Thursday, August 4, 2022

VA - In The Charts AUGUST 1966 (A Butterboy Compilation) CD1+CD2+CD3

 

IN THE CHARTS,  AUGUST 1966

VA - In The Charts AUGUST 1966 (A Butterboy Compilation) CD1+CD2+CD3


This continues the new series "In The Charts 1966" ... visiting the tracks that are familiar and forgotten.

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

It seems like yesterday we were dancing to these tunes. I hope you enjoy this mix of artists from USA and UK. 

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Track lists


CD1

01 Beatles Eleanor Rigby 2:05

02 Neil Diamond Cherry, Cherry 2:42

03 Supremes You Can't Hurry Love 2:45

04 Association Cherish 3:27

05 Beach Boys God Only Knows 2:46

06 Dee Dee Warwick I Want To Be With You 2:20

12 Manfred Mann Just Like A Woman (Mono) 2:54

08 Dave Berry Mama 2:48

09 Five Stairsteps World Of Fantasy 3:03

10 Dusty Springfield Goin' Back 3:31

11 Chris Montez There Will Never Be Another You (1966) 2:49

12 Shelby Flint Cast Your Fate To The Wind 2:07

13 The Swingin' Medallions She Drives Me Out Of My Mind 2:27

14 Syndicate Of Sound Rumors 2:09

15 Cyrkle Turn-Down Day 2:34

16 Nat 'king' Cole Let Me Tell You, Babe 2:38

17 Simon & Garfunkel The Dangling Conversation 2:41

18 Mindbenders Ashes To Ashes 2:30

19 Pretty Things A House In The Country 3:01

20 Shadows A Place In The Sun 2:16


CD2

21 Roscoe Robinson That's Enough 2:43

22 Temptations Beauty Is Only Skin Deep 2:21

23 Howard Tate Ain't Nobody Home 2:29

24 Jimmy Ruffin What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted 2:59

25 Fontella Bass Fontella Bass - Safe And Sound 2:45

26 Mable John Your Good Thing (Is About To End) 2:58

27 David & Jonathan Lovers Of The World Unite 2:36

28 Cliff Richard Visions 3:02

29 Righteous Brothers Go Ahead And Cry 2:37

30 Chiffons Out Of This World 2:07

31 Outsiders Respectable 2:05

32 James, Tommy And The Shondells Say I Am (What I Am) 2:32

33 Tom Jones This And That 3:59

34 Alan Price Set Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo 2:48

35 Cher I Feel Something In The Air 3:51

36 Simon & Garfunkel I Am A Rock 2:54

37 Critters Mr. Dieingly Sad 2:47

38 Twice As Much Sittin' On A Fence 3:11

39 Carla Thomas B-A-B-Y 2:54

40 Al Martino Just Yesterday 2:46


CD3

41 Flip Cartridge Dear Mrs Applebee 2:09

42 Paul & Barry Ryan I Love How You Love Me 2:51

43 Bobby Vinton Petticoat White (Summer Sky Blue) 2:25

44 Sidekicks Suspicions 2:33

45 Roy Orbison Too Soon To Know 2:48

46 Roy Orbison Lana 2:51

47 Billy Fury Give Me Your Word 2:32

48 Julie Monday Come Share The Good Times With Me 3:11

49 Marvin Gaye Little Darling (I Need You) 2:44

50 Etta James In The Basement (Part 1) 2:20

51 Capitols I Got To Handle It 2:25

52 Magic Lanterns Excuse Me Baby 2:37

53 Dave Clark Five Satisfied With You 1:59

54 13th Floor Elevators You're Gonna Miss Me 2:30

55 Standelles Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White 2:46

56 Ken Dodd More Than Love 2:56

57 Vic Dana A Million And One 2:29

58 Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band Hi! Hi! Hazel 3:08

59 Andy Williams In The Arms Of Love 2:54

60 Roger Williams Born Free Main Theme [Born Free 1966] 2:25

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10 comments:

  1. Thanks very much. There's a few on there I know nothing about, so it's always good to hear "new" stuff.

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    1. Hi eecat,
      While many are known some may not be as they were low charting. Nonetheless, they did chart in the top 100.
      Cheers.

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  2. The months go by so quickly these days but this series makes everything worthwhile. Many thanks, Paul

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    1. Hi Paul, September in ready, but I am afraid you will have to wait a month. I guess that not too long to wait. Enjoy the series.
      Cheers.

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  3. Muy bien, amigo. Mil gracias. Saludos afectuosos.

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  4. BB I always enjoy hearing stuff that is new to me. A lot of these must be from the US charts, I'm having a good time listening. Thanks. (Oh to be 15 again!)

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    1. Hi lemonflag.
      They tend to be mostly US but many US chart songs were also found in the UK charts sometime a few months later. I also try include the lower charting songs which were great but possibly not in the charts for a long time.
      Cheers.

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