Radio 270 Top 40,
5th March 1967.


RADIO 270   Top 40   5th-12th March 1967
 
Presented by Guy Hamilton




1
Simon Smith and his Amazing Dancing Bear
The Alan Price Set
2
Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever
The Beatles
3
Edelweiss
Vince Hill
4
The Beat Goes On
Sonny & Cher
5
Detroit City
Tom Jones
6
Give It To Me
The Troggs
7
On A Carousel
The Hollies
8
This Is My Song
Petula Clark
9
I've Passed This Way Before
Jimmy Ruffin
10
Keep It Out Of Sight
Paul & Barry Ryan
11
Release Me
Engelbert Humperdinck
12
So Good
Roy Orbison
13
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
The Casinos
14
There's A Kind Of Hush
Herman's Hermits
15
Michael (The Lover)
Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band
16
Mister Hyde
The Pussyfoot
17
Georgy Girl
The Seekers
18
So You Wanna Be A Rock'n'Roll Star
The Byrds
19
Memories Are Made Of This
Val Doonican
20
Is This What I Get For Loving You Baby
Marianne Faithfull
21
(Sittin' Here) Lovin' You
Bobby Darin
22
Love Is Here & Now You're Gone
The Supremes
23
I'll Be Anything For You
The Powerpack
24
Here Comes My Baby
The Tremeloes
25
Darling Be Home Soon
The Lovin' Spoonful
26
I'll Try Anything
Dusty Springfield
27
(In The) Cold Light Of Day
Gene Pitney
28
Rain, Rain Go Away
Lee Dorsey
29
Reach The Top
West Coast Delegation
30
Run For Shelter
Lesley Dawson
31
It Takes Two
Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
32
Mellow Yellow
Donovan
33
Happy Together
The Turtles
34
Give And Take
Jimmy Cliff
35
I Hear A Rhapsody
The Majority
36
You Can Bring Me All Your Heartaches *
Lou Rawls
37
I Can't Make It
The Small Faces
38
Peculiar Situation
The Young Idea
39
I Wish You Could Be Here
The Cyrkle
40
So Nice (Summer Samba)
Andy Williams


* Some confusion at number 36. Ian wrote down it was “You Can Bring Me All Your Heartaches” by Buffalo Springfield. But that title was by Lou Rawls. The then current Buffalo Springfield release was “For What It's Worth” but that record had dropped off the chart the previous week. Can anyone confirm what was in this position?

click to hear audio click to hear audio “Wise Guy” Hamilton ending Radio 270's Top 40 show on 5th March 1967. This recording was kindly shared by ‘Scotty’ on The Offshore Radio Club Forum. Our thanks to him (duration 3 minutes 52 seconds)



Many thanks to Ian Kellock for sharing this chart.
 
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