C-FUNTASTIC FIFTY

WEEK OF JANUARY 18, 1964

WAS

IS




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15
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41
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37
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34
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35
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*27
*10
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25
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NEW
48
NEW
NEW
38
NEW

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PLEASE MR. POSTMAN
SHE LOVES YOU
TRA LA LA SUZIE
YOU DON'T OWN ME
HEY LITTLE COBRA
I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND (Flip)
THE BOY NEXT DOOR
OUT OF LIMITS
THE REAL NITTY GRITTY
THERE!  I'VE SAID IT AGAIN
DRAG CITY
DAISY PETAL PICKIN'
SOUL DANCE
HOOKA TOOKA
BABY, I LOVE YOU
FOR YOU
WHISPERING
DON'T TALK TO HIM
WHO NEEDS IT
JIMMY BOY
COME ON
HERE COMES THE BOY
WHEN THE LOVELITE STARTS
CRYING ON MY PILLOW
MAMA WAS A COTTON PICKER
SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT
WHEN YOU WALK IN THE ROOM
SOUTHTOWN U.S.A.
CUSTOM MACHINE
TRIP TO THE ISLANDS
FORGET HIM
I HAVE A BOYFRIEND
SECRET LOVE
SHINDIG
TOMMY'S GIRL
PRETTY PAPER
SO FAR AWAY
UM, UM, UM, UM, UM
AS USUAL
ANYONE WHO HAD A HEART
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A BABY
DOMINIQUE
A FOOL NEVER LEARNS
WHERE OR WHEN
ABIGAIL BEECHER
HOOTENANY EXPRESS
STRANGER IN YOUR ARMS
HE SAYS THE SAME THINGS
SNAP, CRACKLE AND POP
LITTLE BOY
*Denotes former Twin Pick hit.

THE BEATLES
The Beatles
Dean and Jean
Lesley Gore
The Rip Chords
The Beatles
The Secrets
The Mar-Ketts
Shirley Elliston
Bobby Vinton
Jan and Dean
Jimmy Gilmer
Tommy Leonetti
Chubby Checker
The Ronettes
Rick Nelson
A. Stevens / N. Tempo
Cliff Richard
Gene Pitney
The Girlfriends
Tommy Roe
Tracey Dey
The Supremes
Stan Cayer
Jimmy Rodgers
The Raftsmen
Jackie de Shannon
The Dixie-bells
Bruce and Terry
The Surfaris
Bobby Rydell
The Chiffons
Kathy Kirby
The Shadows
The Visions
Roy Orbison
Hank Jacobs
Major Lance
Brenda Lee
Dionne Warwick
The Caravelles
The Singing Nun
Andy Williams
The Lettermen
Freddy Cannon
Canadian Sweethearts
Bobby Vee
Skeeter Davis
The Rooters
The Crystals


Twin pick hits of week

1.
2.

WILLYAM, WILLYAM
OOZI-OOZI-OOH

Dee Dee Sharpe
The Charmettes





Notes:
-Number 1 - "Please Mr. Postman" was originally a hit by the Marvelettes in 1961. The Beatles version, here was released in Canada by Capitol records, but not in the US, hence it did not chart on Billboard, giving it the distinction of charting number 1 here but little--if any--elsewhere. The song is the 'B' side of "Roll Over Beethoven."
-Number 6. The flip side was "I Saw Her Standing There."
-Number 17 - Nino Tempo & April Stevens.



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