Radio 270 Top 40,
25th June 1967.

RADIO 270   Top 40   25th June - 2nd July 1967
Presented by Mike Hayes

1 (3)
Paper Sun
2 (9)
She'd Rather Be With Me
The Turtles
3 (21)
Strange Brew
4 (27)
Aretha Franklin
5 (20)
The Association
6 (10)
Him or Me - What's It Gonna Be?
Paul Revere & the Raiders
7 (26)
See Emily Play
The Pink Floyd
8 (15)
Six O'Clock
The Lovin' Spoonful
9 (22)
Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)
The Monkees
10 (24)
You Only Live Twice
Nancy Sinatra
11 (13)
Mr.Abercrombie Taught Me
Lady Murray
12 (20)
She's Leaving Home
David & Jonathan
13 (33)
Seven Rooms Of Gloom
The Four Tops
14 (19)
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Frankie Valli
15 (1)
Carrie Anne
The Hollies
16 (30)
Girls In Love
Gary Lewis & the Playboys
17 (31)
A Little Bit O' Soul
Music Explosion
18 (18)
40 Days - 40 Nights
Don Covay
19 (39)
Paul & Barry Ryan
20 (32)
Come To The Sunshine
Harper's Bizarre
21 (36)
Your Love is Everywhere
Jackie Trent
22 (35)
You Can't Come Home Again (If You Leave Me Now)
P.J Proby
23 (38)
Heaven And Hell
The Easybeats
24 (37)
Swinging Blue Jeans
25 (-)
C'mon Marianne
The Four Seasons
26 (40)
The Sandpipers
27 (-)
I Was Made To Love Her
Stevie Wonder
28 (-)
Sugar Let's Shing-a-Ling
Shirley Ellis
29 (-)
Let's Pretend
30 (-)
Baby I Love You *
Howard Tate
31 (-)
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
Scott McKenzie
32 (-)
Mum And Dad
Pinkerton's Colours
33 (-)
Sound Of Love
The Five Americans
34 (-)
Down Thru' Summer
Ross Hannaman
35 (-)
Daylight Saving Time
36 (-)
I Take It Back
Sandy Posey
37 (-)
I Got A Feeling (And I Can't Stop)
Jimmy Cliff
38 (-)
Created By Clive
The Syn
39 (-)
.... Down To The Sea **
40 (-)
Some Kind Of Wonderful
The Soul Brothers Six

* This chart is an amalgam of two people's lists. Ian doesn't have anything listed for number 30. Per has a title, Baby I Love You, but didn't catch the name of the singer. Howard Tate had a single of this name out at the time so we are assuming it was his record on the chart.
** Ian doesn't have anything listed for number 39 and Per only caught part of the title. At the time he noted down the words “Down To The Sea” or “I Abandoned the Sea”. Correspondent Gareth Jones writes: “The only ‘Sea’ song released around then appears to be Mitch Ryder's Too Many Fish In The Sea / Three Little Fishes. A bit of a stretch but it fits the timeline.” Per isn't convinced. Does anyone have any other suggestions?

Many thanks to Ian Kellock and Per A Berggren for sharing this chart.
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