C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY

WEEK OF JULY 6, 1963

WAS

IS




*14
1
*3
2
7
4
5
*6
15
18
30
*13
*8
10
9
16
*11
20
*23
*17
*24
*NEW
27
*12
*21
*NEW
33
29
*26
19
32
35
*41
36
31
47
*22
49
28
50
25
34
NEW
44
48
*39
NEW
38
NEW
NEW

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50


DEVIL IN DISGUISE
SURF CITY
INDIAN GIVER
FINGERTIPS PT. 2
LITTLE LATIN LUPE LOU
DA DOO RON RON
DANGER
STRING ALONG
HELLO STRANGER
HOOTENANY
IT'S JUDY'S TURN TO CRY
NOT ME
BE TRUE TO YOURSELF / LETTER FROM BETTY
NEEDLES AND PINS
IT'S MY PARTY
WIPEOUT
TRUE LOVE
ONE FINE DAY
MEMPHIS
THE TWELFTH ROSE
ROCK ME IN THE CRADLE OF LOVE
LUCKY LIPS
DETROIT CITY
BLUE ON BLUE
A LONG VACATION
DONNA MEANS HEARTBREAK
GREEN, GREEN
ABILINE
LET IT BE ME
BABY WEEMUS
SO MUCH IN LOVE
FROM ME TO YOU
CANDY GIRL / MARLENA
MY SUMMER LOVE
BAJA
EASIER SAID THAN DONE
FALLING
YOU AND I
GRADUATION DAY
DANKE SCHOEN
TWO FACES HAVE I
I LOVE YOU BECAUSE
WAIT TILL BOBBY GETS HOME
SURFIN' HOOTENANY
MY FIRST DAY ALONE
WILDWOOD DAYS
JUST ONE LOOK
THOSE LAZY HAZY CRAZY DAYS
MY WHOLE WORLD IS FALLING DOWN
KISS AND RUN
*Denotes former Twin Pick hit.

Elvis Presley
Jan & Dean
Bobby Curtola
Little Stevie Wonder
The Righteous Brothers
The Crystals
Vic Dana
Rick Nelson
Barbara Lewis
The Glencoves
Lesley Gore
The Orlons
Bobby Vee
Jackie de Shannon
Lesley Gore
The Surfaris
Richard Chamberlain
The Chiffons
Lonnie Mack
The Browns
Dee Dee Sharp
Cliff Richard
Bobby Bare
Bobby Vinton
Rick Nelson
Gene Pitney
New Christy Minstrels
George Hamilton IV
The Tijuana Brass
A. Stevens / N. Tempo
The Tymes
Del Shannon / The Beattles
The 4 Seasons
Ruby & The Romantics
The Astronauts
The Essex
Roy Orbison
Lou Christie
Bobby Pickett
Wayne Newton
Lou Christie
Al Martino
Darlene Love
Al Casey
The Cascades
Bobby Rydell
Doris Troy
Nat King Cole
Brenda Lee
Tommy Roe


Twin pick hits of week

1.
2.

I WANT TO STAY HERE
THE DREAMER

Steve and Eydie
Neil Sedaka



Notes:
-Number 32 "From Me To You": Two versions, one by Del Shannon, and one by "The Beatles", mispelled "Beattles." The Beatles were as yet virtually unknown in North America and this is the first chart reference to them here.



C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY
VANCOUVER TOP FORTY RADIO EDITION