THE BEATLES--Yellow Submarine/ Eleanor Rigby (Parlophone) #1
DAVID BOWIE-I Dig Everything/ I’m Not Losing Sleep (Pye)
SPENCER DAVIS GROUP-When I Come Home/ Trampoline (Fontana) #12
EPISODE SIX-Here There And Everywhere/ Mighty Morris Ten (Pye)
THE EYES-Good Day Sunshine/ Please Don’t Cry (Mercury)
THE GAME-Gonna Get Me Someone/ Gotta Wait (Decca)
THE IN BETWEENS-You Better Run/ Evil Witchman (Columbia)
THE KOOBAS-Sweet Music/ Face (Columbia)
LOOSE ENDS-Taxman/ That’s It (Decca)
THE MICKEY FINN-I Do Love You/ If I Had You Baby (Polydor)
M.I. FIVE-You’ll Never Stop Me Loving You/ Only Time Will Tell (Parlophone)
SMALL FACES-All Or Nothing/ Understanding (Decca) #1
THE SORROWS-Let Me In/ How Love Used To Be (Piccadilly)
AL STEWART-The Elf/ Turn Into Earth (Decca)
TREMELOES-Good Day Sunshine/ What A State I’m In (CBS)
TUESDAY’S CHILDREN-When You Walk In The Sand/ High And Drifting (Columbia)
TWICE AS MUCH-Step Out Of Line/ Simplified (Immediate)
THE VOGUES-Younger Girl/ Lies (Columbia)
THE WHEELS-Kicks/ Call My Name (Columbia)
THE WHO-I’m A Boy/ In The City (Reaction) #2


THE BEATLES-Revolver (Parlophone) #1
THE TROGGS-From Nowhere-The Troggs (Fontana) #6





























The Mickey Finn, who released their "I Do Love You" single this month.





Sweet Music: Here is that British copy of the Tamla sound, and naturally enough it's a bit crude in comparison, but it's a sterling piece of vocalising by The Koobas, and a lot of work has gone into the production. Pity the beat has to be so ham-fisted. It's no good playing heavy fours unless they swing a bit.

Loose Ends

Taxman: Backing is rather confused and messy drowning the effect of the words, but the instrumental part when an organ solo takes off is exciting and could have been made more use of. The overall effect is of a non-hit shambles.



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