Radio 270 Top 40,
30th April 1967.

RADIO 270   Top 40   30th April - 7th May 1967
Presented by Bob Snyder

1 (4)
Purple Haze
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
2 (5)
The Boat That I Row
3 (7)
Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings
Tom Jones
4 (1)
Ha Ha Said The Clown
Manfred Mann
5 (17)
Birds And Bees
Warm Sounds
6 (24)
(Hey You) Set My Soul On Fire
Mary Wells
7 (20)
New York Mining Disaster 1941
The Bee Gees
8 (8)
Gonna Give Her All The Love I've Got
Jimmy Ruffin
9 (9)
Walkin' In The Sunshine
Roger Miller
10 (2)
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
The Monkees
11 (16)
Seven Drunken Nights
The Dubliners
12 (18)
Nick Knack
Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
13 (3)
I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun
Cat Stevens
14 (25)
Girl Without A Boy
Sheila Southern
15 (28)
I Like Knees
Sir Sidney Saitheswaite & The Garbage Collectors
16 (29)
The River Is Wide
The Forum
17 (33)
Lets Live For Today
The Living Daylights
18 (31)
The Rockin' Berries
19 (36)
Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Neil Diamond
20 (39)
Western Union
The Five Americans
21 (38)
Town of Tuxley Toymaker
Billy J Kramer
22 (34)
Little Games
The Yardbirds
23 (35)
Maroc 7
The Shadows
24 (30)
I'll Walk To You
Chris Andrews
25 (-)
Silence Is Golden
The Tremeloes
26 (-)
Show Me
Joe Tex
27 (-)
Take Me In Your Arms & Love Me
Gladys Knight & the Pips
28 (23)
I Can Hear The Grass Grow
The Move
29 (-)
Bowling Green
The Everly Brothers
30 (19)
What A Woman In Love Won't Do
Sandy Posey
31 (-)
Get Me To The World On Time
The Electric Prunes
32 (-)
Do The Teasy *
Joyce Bond
33 (-)
The First Cut Is The Deepest
P.P Arnold
34 (-)
Just One More Chance
The Outer Limits
35 (-)
Roses Of Picardy
Vince Hill
36 (-)
Vic Dana
37 (-)
The Magic Bus
The Pudding
38 (-)
Sunday For Tea
Peter & Gordon
39 (-)
Peanuts And Chewy Macs
The Cymbaline
40 (-)
Music To Watch Girls By
Andy Williams

* Ian noted the title as Take It Easy, Take It Easy but didn't write down the artist. We initially thought that maybe it was a track by Buster's All Stars but Per A Berggren has now identified the song as Do The Teasy by Joyce Bond, which includes the lyric “take it easy”.

Many thanks to Ian Kellock for sharing this chart and to Per A Berggren for supplying some missing information.
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