Radio 270 Top 40,
19th February 1967.


RADIO 270   Top 40   19th-26th February 1967




1
Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever
The Beatles
2
This Is My Song
Petula Clark
3
Georgy Girl
The Seekers
4
Words Of Love
The Mamas & the Papas
5
Release Me
Engelbert Humperdinck
6
On A Carousel
The Hollies
7
The Beat Goes On
Sonny & Cher
8
I've Passed This Way Before
Jimmy Ruffin
9
Edelweiss
Vince Hill
10
Here Comes My Baby
The Tremeloes
11
It Takes Two
Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
12
Popcorn Double Feature
The Searchers
13
Indescribably Blue
Elvis Presley
14
There's A Kind Of Hush
Herman's Hermits
15
Detroit City
Tom Jones
16
Mellow Yellow
Donovan
17
I Won't Come In While He's There
Jim Reeves
18
I've Been A Bad Bad Boy
Paul Jones
19
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
The Casinos
20
(Sittin' Here) Lovin' You
Bobby Darin
21
98.6
Keith
22
Keep It Out Of Sight
Paul & Barry Ryan
23
Mister Hyde
The Pussyfoot
24
Give It To Me *
The Troggs
25
Let Me Cry On Your Shoulder *
Ken Dodd
26
Michael (The Lover)
Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band
27
So You Wanna Be A Rock'n'Roll Star
The Byrds
28
Let's Spend The Night Together
The Rolling Stones
29
Stay With Me Baby
The Walker Brothers
30
Ride, Ride, Ride
Brenda Lee
31
I'm A Man
The Spencer Davis Group
32
Is This What I Get For Loving You Baby
Marianne Faithfull
33
Love Is Here & Now You're Gone
The Supremes
34
I'll Be Anything For You
The Powerpack
35
You Can Bring Me All Your Heartaches
Lou Rawls
36
Backstreet Girl
Nicky Scott
37
Lovely Way To Say Goodnight
The Four Evers
38
For What It's Worth
Buffalo Springfield
39
Come On Down
Jackie de Shannon
40
I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night
The Electric Prunes


* Positions 24 and 25 may be reversed.




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