C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY

WEEK OF DECEMBER 14, 1963

WAS

IS




1
*14
*2
3
10
*8
*11
4
12
7
20
5
16
*6
*17
*18
24
*9
21
29
*NEW
13
*26
*23
*30
15
37
*NEW
*19
35
28
33
*22
50
41
*25
40
NEW
34
43
44
49
27
47
NEW
39
*31
NEW
NEW
NEW

1
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


OUTER LIMITS
SHE LOVES YOU
MIDNIGHT MARY
FORGET HIM
DOMINIQUE
SHINDIG
PRETTY PAPER
WASHINGTON SQUARE
I HAVE A BOYFRIEND
IT'S ALL IN THE GAME
THE BOY NEXT DOOR
POPSICLES AND ICICLES
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BABY
MOVE OVER
THERE! I'VE SAID IT AGAIN
TALK BACK TREMBLING LIPS
DRAG CITY
WONDERFUL SUMMER
DRIP DROP
HERE COMES THE BOY
LITTLE ST. NICK
TURN AROUND
HOLIDAY HOOTENANY
BABY'S GONE
TOMMY'S GIRL
I'M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU
WHEN YOU WALK IN THE ROOM
WHISPERING
BAD GIRL
DAISY PETAL PICKIN'
DAVID'S MOOD
LITTLE DARLING
WITCHCRAFT
MY ONE AND ONLY JIMMY BOY
YOUR SWEET LOVE
IN MY ROOM
I WONDER WHAT SHE'S DOING
HEY, LITTLE COBRA
I GOTTA DANCE
TRA LA LA SUZIE
STEWBALL
SUGAR AND SPICE
LOVE FINDS A WAY
AS USUAL
MAMA WAS A COTTON PICKER
MARIA ELENA
DANCING SHOES
SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT
JINGLE BELL ROCK
BABY I LOVE YOU
*Denotes former Twin Pick hit.

THE MAR-KETTS
The Beatles
Joey Powers
Bobby Rydell
The Singing Nun
The Shadows
Roy Orbison
The Village Stompers
The Chiffons
Cliff Richard
The Secrets
The Mur-maids
The Caravelles
Bobby Curtola
Bobby Vinton
Johnny Tillotson
Jan and Dean
Robin Ward
Dion DiMucci
Tracey Dey
The Beachboys
Dick and Dee Dee
Paul and Paula
Gene Thomas
The Visions
Dale and Grace
Jackie de Shannon
A. Stevens/N. Tempo
Neil Sedaka
Jimmy Gilmer
Dave Lewis
Keith Colley
Elvis
The Girlfriends
The Cascades
The Beachboys
Barry & Tamerlaines
The Rip Chords
The Miracles
Dean and Jean
Peter, Paul & Mary
The Searchers
Lorne Green
Brenda Lee
Jimmy Rodgers
Los Indios Tabajaras
Cliff Richard
The Raftsmen
Bobby Helms
The Ronettes


Twin pick hits of week

1.
2.

THE TWELVE GIFTS OF CHRISTMAS
PLEASE, MR. POSTMAN

Allan Sherman
The Beatles





Notes:
-Number 32. The correct song title as shown on both US and Can. record labels was "Queridita Mia (Little Darlin')". The song, sung mostly in Spanish, is based on the original "Little Darlin'" by the Diamonds. The song is similar in style to Colley's first hit "Enamorado".



C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY
VANCOUVER TOP FORTY RADIO EDITION