AMERICAN TOP 40- THE 1960’S- WEEK OF JUNE 26, 1965

The Byrds – Mr. Tambourine Man (1965, Vinyl) - Discogs

American Top 40- The 1960’s- Week of June 26, 1965. What an exceptional week- 1965 and 1966 were two of the best years ever for music.

1 2 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN –•– The Byrds (Columbia)-7 (1 week at #1) (1) A+
2 1 I CAN’T HELP MYSELF –•– The Four Tops (Motown)-7 (1)A+
3 3 WOOLY BULLY –•– Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (MGM)-13 (2) A+
4 26 (I Can’t Get No) SATISFACTION –•– The Rolling Stones (London)-3 (4) A+
5 6 WONDERFUL WORLD –•– Herman’s Hermits (MGM)-5 (5) B
6 4 CRYING IN THE CHAPEL –•– Elvis Presley (RCA Victor)-10 (3) A
7 9 FOR YOUR LOVE –•– The Yardbirds (Epic)-7 (7) A+
8 10 HUSH, HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE –•– Patti Page (Columbia)-10 (8) B-
9 7 HELP ME, RHONDA –•– The Beach Boys (Capitol)-11 (1) A+
10 15 SEVENTH SON –•– Johnny Rivers (Imperial)-4 (10) A

11 5 BACK IN MY ARMS AGAIN –•– The Supremes (Motown)-9 (1) A
12 23 YES, I’M READY –•– Barbara Mason (Arctic)-7 (12) A
13 16 A WALK IN THE BLACK FOREST –•– Horst Jankowski, His Orchestra and Chorus (Mercury)-8 (13) B
14 21 YOU TURN ME ON (Turn On Song) –•– Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville (Tower)-6 (14) B+
15 22 WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE –•– Jackie DeShannon (Imperial)-6 (15) A+
16 28 CARA, MIA –•– Jay and the Americans (United Artists)-4 (16) B
17 17 BEFORE AND AFTER –•– Chad and Jeremy (Columbia)-7 (17) B
18 12 JUST A LITTLE –•– The Beau Brummels (Autumn)-11 (8) A
19 13 LAST CHANCE TO TURN AROUND –•– Gene Pitney (Musicor)-8 (13) B
20 11 TICKET TO RIDE –•– The Beatles (Capitol)-10 (1) A+

21 8 ENGINE ENGINE #9 –•– Roger Miller (Smash)-8 (7) A+
22 29 LAURIE (Strange Things Happen) –•– Dickey Lee (TCF Hall)-7 (22) C
23 14 MRS. BROWN YOU’VE GOT A LOVELY DAUGHTER –•– Herman’s Hermits (MGM)-11 (1)B
24 24 SHAKIN’ ALL OVER –•– The Guess Who (Scepter)-8 (24) A-
25 25 CATCH THE WIND –•– Donovan (Hickory)-7 (25) A+
26 19 TRUE LOVE WAYS –•– Peter and Gordon (Capitol)-11 (14) A-
27 30 VOODOO WOMAN –•– Bobby Goldsboro (United Artists)-9 (27) C
28 36 I’VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG (To Stop Now) –•– Otis Redding (Volt)-7 (28) A+
29 38 OO WEE BABY, I LOVE YOU –•– Fred Hughes (Vee-Jay)-5 (29) C
30 35 GIVE US YOUR BLESSINGS –•– The Shangri-Las (Red Bird)-5 (30) C

31 44 A WORLD OF OUR OWN –•– The Seekers (Capitol)-5 (31) B-
32 47 A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN –•– Ronnie Dove (Diamond)-4 (32) C
33 45 HERE COMES THE NIGHT –•– Them (Parrot)-5 (33) A+
34 18 NOTHING CAN STOP ME –•– Gene Chandler (Constellation)-11 (18) B
35 41 YOU REALLY KNOW HOW TO HURT A GUY –•– Jan and Dean (Liberty)-6 (35) B
36 32 (Remember Me) I’M THE ONE WHO LOVES YOU –•– Dean Martin (Reprise)-6 (32) B+
37 20 IT’S NOT UNUSUAL –•– Tom Jones (Parrot)-12 (10)A
38 49 THIS LITTLE BIRD –•– Marianne Faithfull (London)-4 (38) B
39 53 TOO MANY RIVERS –•– Brenda Lee (Decca)-5 (39) B
40 27 L-O-N-E-L-Y –•– Bobby Vinton (Epic)-8 (22) C

3 responses to “AMERICAN TOP 40- THE 1960’S- WEEK OF JUNE 26, 1965

  1. The Byrds’ uncalculated combination of Dylan and the Beatles was a game changer. Both Dylan and the Beatles took notice and rock n’ roll got a promotion from malt shops to college dorms.

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