Thursday, December 30, 2021

VA - In The JANUARY Charts 1966 (A Butterboy Compilation)

 

IN THE CHARTS, JANUARY 1966

VA - In The JANUARY Charts 1966 (A Butterboy Compilation)


This is a new series ... visiting the tracks that are familiar and forgotten.

All these track were in the US and/or UK charts in JANUARY 1966. 

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Track lists


CD1

1 Beatles Paperback Writer 2:18

2 Simon & Garfunkel The Sounds of Silence 3:04

3 Nancy Sinatra These Boots Are Made for Walkin' 2:43

4 Seekers The Carnival is Over 3:08

5 Cliff Richard Wind Me Up 2:28

6 Righteous Brothers Ebb Tide 2:50

7 Byrds Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There is a Season) 3:36

8 Ken Dodd The River 2:44

9 James Brown I Got You (I Feel Good) 2:30

10 Spencer Davis Group Keep on Running 2:45

11 Crispian St. Peters You Were on My Mind 2:44

12 Len Berry Like a Baby 2:54

13 McCoys Fever 2:50

14 Kinks Till the End of the Day 2:19

15 Mamas & the Papas California Dreamin' 2:40

16 Chris Montez Call Me 2:35

17 Bob Dylan Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window 3:34

18 Slim Harpo Baby Scratch My Back 2:58

19 Who My Generation 3:20

20 Beatles We Can Work it Out 2:15


CD2

21 Overlanders Michelle 2:23

22 Dusty Springfield Little By Little 2:24

23 Herman's Hermits A Must to Avoid 1:56

24 Mindbenders A Groovy Kind of Love 2:01

25 Barbara Mason Is it Me 3:30

26 Otis Redding My Girl 2:55

27 Elvis Presley Tell Me Why 2:11

28 Merseybeats I Stand Accused 2:45

29 Frankie Valli (You're Gonna) Hurt Yourself 2:30

30 Chris Farlowe Think 3:37

31 Bob Lind Elusive Butterfly 2:48

32 Roger Miller England Swings 1:51

33 Strangeloves Night Time 2:35

34 Jonathan King Where the Sun Has Never Shone 2:57

35 Dave Clark Five Over and Over 2:01

36 Supremes I Hear a Symphony 2:42

37 Gentrys Spread Ikt on Thick 2:26

38 Searchers Take Me for What I'm Worth 2:38

39 Johnny & the Expressions Something I Want to Tell You 2:56

40 Solomon Burke Baby Come Home 3:15


CD3

41 Gene Chandler Rainbow 2:23

42 Ben E. King Goodnight My Love 2:38

43 Little Anthony & the Imperials Hurt 2:10

44 Bobby "Blue" Bland I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around) 2:36

45 Sunrays Andrea 2:12

46 Exciters A Little Bit of Soap 2:34

47 Cilla Black Love's Just a Broken Heart 2:28

48 Paul Revere and the Raiders Just Like Me 2:34

49 Five Americans I See the Light 2:11

50 Roy Head Get Back 2:16

51 Walker Brothers My Ship is Coming In 3:14

52 Ken Dodd Tears 2:50

53 Roy Orbison Breakin' Up is Breakin' My Heart 2:06

54 Billy Stewart Because I Love You 2:08

55 Jackie Wilson; Laverne Baker Think Twice 2:35

56 Sir Douglas Quintet The Rains Came 2:15

57 Johnny Lytle The Loop 2:16

58 Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass Spanish Flea 2:09

59 Witches Brew Witches Brew 2:27

60 Peter Sellers A Hard Day's Night 1:49

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31 comments:

  1. Whatever happens, for me the year starts well with 1966! Thanks BB for all your compilations.
    Finish the year well and happy new year to all.
    Stay safe
    Patrick

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    1. Thanks Patrick,
      I hope the year ends on a happy note for all.
      Happy New Year.

      Cheers.

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  2. Happy New Year Butterboy and thanks for all the music!

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  3. Happy New Year To All Of You
    BTW The blog starts at 00:00

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    1. Hi Doc,
      That will be a Happy New Year.

      I hope we all reflect on the year gone and the good things that have existed as we enter into a New Year.

      Cheers.

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  4. Thank you so much, Mr. B.: for this upcoming series and, of course, for EVERYTHING you graciously share with us! Best for 2022, TC

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    1. Hi The Chairman,
      Thank you for your kind thought and words.
      Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. Let's give 2022 a great start.

      Cheers.

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  5. Happy New Year Butterboy for you and your family!!!
    And thanks for more 'In The Charts', I really enjoy this section!
    May the new year bring you happiness and above all health!!!
    Cheers

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    1. Happy New Year Il Commendatore.
      The "In The Charts" series is a lot of fun and sometimes they make you thing twice about the tracks that were actually in the charts. If nothing else they are great reminders of days past. Some very nice memories exist in music.
      You stay safe and enjoy life.

      Cheers.

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  6. Thank you and Happy New Year to all!

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    1. Happy New Year Gummo.
      I hope you will enjoy this series.

      Cheers.

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  7. Thanks and may I wish you and yours a very healthy and happy New Year!

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    1. Happy New Year hotrodmike.
      I hope this year brings joy and happiness to all.

      Cheers.

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  8. thank you ButterBoy ans all the best 4 the new year my friend

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    1. Happy New Year Aussie.
      Mt sentiments are the same. Enjoy all that is around you in 2022.

      Cheers.

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  9. Happy New year BB, thanks for all you do and teach.

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    1. Happy New Year D.
      Thanks for those kind words.

      Cheers.

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  10. I was 15. Thanks for reminding me how old I am! (The music is great).

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    1. HAppy New Year lemonflag.
      Ahhh.. to be 15 again, not gonna happen physically but my mind is still enjoying the music of those days. Wonderful memories even when things got hard. Enjoy the 1966 series.

      Cheers.

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  11. Dear Butterboy Thank you so much for the music. The sheer effort and love you've put in never ceases to amaze. A Happy New Year from us in Cairns. Cheers Rowan.

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    1. Thank you Rowan,
      Very much appreciated. You live in a beautiful place, Cairns is magical.
      Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.

      Cheers.

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  12. PS.The world turned to Technicolor, musically in early 1964, but quite honestly, my favourite year was 1966. Thank you.

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  13. THANK YOU -- THANK YOU -- THANK YOU

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  14. Wow! Very impressive!! What a great year for music.

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    1. Hi omac,
      And these are only ones that were in the charts in January 1966.

      Cheers.

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  15. You give great musical presents all year round, for which I'm very grateful. Looking forward to a brief return to my childhood with this wonderful comp. Thanks so much BB - and may 2022 be kinder to all of us than 2021.

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    1. Hi Phillip,
      Thanks for that. I try to make the shares interesting.
      1966 was a big year for music. I am also looking forward to revisiting the charts.

      Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. I share the thought that 2022 could be and improvement for all.

      Cheers.

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  16. Probably my favourite year. Very many thanks!

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    1. Hi Paul,
      1966 was a great year for music.

      Cheers.

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