The City Sixty, 27th March - 2nd April 1966

Unfortunately two weeks charts are missing. If anyone has a copy of the City Sixty for week beginning 20th March 1966, please get in touch.
 
We have been able to piece together two thirds of the chart for week beginning 27th March from the ‘last week’ positions given on the chart for 2nd April but, if anyone can provide the full City Sixty, we would be very grateful.

THE CITY SIXTY       Sunday 27th March - Saturday 2nd April 1966
 
1


The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore
The Walker Brothers
2


Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
The Kinks
3

*
Elusive Butterfly
Bob Lind or Val Doonican ?
4


I Can't Let Go
The Hollies
5


Substitute
The Who
6


Nowhere Man
The Settlers or Three Good Reasons ?
7


Super Girl
Graham Bonney
8


Somebody Help Me
Spencer Davis Group
9


Hold Tight
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
10


Shapes Of Things
The Yardbirds
11


Lightnin' Strikes
Lou Christie
12


This Golden Ring
The Fortunes
13


Blue Turns To Grey
Cliff Richard & The Shadows
14


Make The World Go Away
Eddy Arnold
15




16


Woman
Peter & Gordon
17


Tijuana Taxi
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
18


Barbara Ann
The Beach Boys
19


I Met A Girl
The Shadows
20




21


Inside Looking Out
The Animals
22


I Got You (I Feel Good)
James Brown
23


Backstage
Gene Pitney
24


Pied Piper
Crispian St. Peters
25


That's Nice
Neil Christian
26




27




28




29




30




31


Like A Man
The Marionettes
32


You Won't Be Leaving
Herman's Hermits
33




34


The Ballad Of The Green Berets
Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler
35


Get Out Of My Life Woman
Lee Dorsey
36


Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
Cher
37

**
Homeward Bound
Simon & Garfunkel
38


Play A Simple Melody
Horst Jankowski
39




40


Somewhere There's A Someone
Dean Martin
41


Stop Breaking My Heart
Tom Jones
42


It's Alright
The Rockin' Vickers
43


The Entertainer
The News
44


Someday One Day
The Seekers
45


California Dreamin'
The Mamas & the Papas
46




47




48




49


I'm Gonna Run Away From You
Tami Lynn
50




51




52


Long Live Our Love
The Shangri-las
53




54


Run For Your Life
The Harbour Lites
55




56




57




58




59


You Won't See Me
Lee Lynch
60









* Can anyone remember whose version of “Elusive Butterfly” was preferred on Radio City? Or did they play both?
 
** There was a second version of “Homeward Bound” released, by The Quiet Five, but we are assuming that Radio City played the original, and more successful, one.


Our thanks to Brian Long.
 
The Radio London ‘Fab 40’ for this week can be found on the Radio London website.
 
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