Radio 270 Top 40,
9th July 1967.


RADIO 270   Top 40   9th-16th July 1967
 
Presented by Mike Hayes




1 (7)
C'Mon Marianne
The Four Seasons
2 (6)
Seven Rooms Of Gloom
The Four Tops
3 (4)
Windy
The Association
4 (5)
You Only Live Twice
Nancy Sinatra
5 (10)
You Can't Come Home Again
P.J Proby
6 (11)
Let's Pretend
Lulu
7 (1)
Alternate Title
The Monkees
8 (12)
Tremblin'
Swinging Blue Jeans
9 (15)
Claire
Paul & Barry Ryan
10 (18)
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
Scott McKenzie
11 (16)
Your Love Is Everywhere
Jackie Trent
12 (19)
I Was Made To Love Her
Stevie Wonder
13 (25)
Cry Softly Lonely One
Roy Orbison
14 (20)
Down Thru' Summer
Ross Hannaman
15 (27)
Sound Of Love
The Five Americans
16 (21)
Sugar Let's Shing-a-Ling
Shirley Ellis
17 (9)
Morning Dew
Episode Six
18 (24)
Created By Clive
The Syn
19 (32)
The Time Has Come
P.P Arnold
20 (22)
Daylight Saving Time
Keith
21 (23)
I Take It Back
Sandy Posey
22 (26)
Mum And Dad
Pinkerton's Assorted Colours
23 (28)
Take My Hand
The Montanas
24 (34)
Surrounded By A Ray of Sunshine
Samantha Jones
25 (-)
All You Need Is Love
The Beatles
26 (-)
Bye Bye Baby
The Symbols
27 (33)
Marta / My World
The Bachelors
28 (29)
Annabella
John Walker
29 (31)
Society's Child
Janis Ian
30= (35)
Butterfly
Unit 4+2
30= (36)
The Cat
The Merseys
31 (14)
She'd Rather Be With Me
The Turtles
32 (37)
To Love Somebody
The Bee Gees
33 (39)
Too Much Love
Johnny Ross
34 (-)
Woman Like That, Yeah
Joe Tex
35 (-)
Reflections of Charles Brown
Rupert's People
36 (-)
Up, Up and Away
The Johnny Mann Singers
37 (-)
Delighted To See You
Honeybus
38 (-)
The Olive Tree
Judith Durham
39 (-)
City of Windows
Stephen Monahan
40= (-)
Shake, Rattle and Roll
Arthur Conley
40= (-)
The Folk I Love*
Mary McCarthy


* Per isn't sure what record was 40= with Arthur Conley but points out that the Mary McCarthy single was a ‘270 Riser’ the previous week and may have entered the chart.




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