03/29/67 — 2CA 1050 AM ( Canberra, Australian Capital Territory )

The Canberra Times   Wednesday 29 March 1967 (page 19)

Canberra's Top 40 hit tunes 

Compiled from the best seller lists of Canberra record stores,
the following are the top forty hit tunes for 2CA for the week
beginning tomorrow. Last week's placings are also indicated.

11 The Royal GuardsmenSnoopy Vs The Red Baron
22 Nancy SinatraSummer Wine
22 Nancy SinatraSugar Town
34 The Rolling StonesRuby Tuesday
34 The Rolling StonesLet's Spend The Night Together
43 Bev HarrellWhat Am I Doing Here With You
57 Wayne FontanaPamela, Pamela
65 The IdBig Time Operator
65 The IdSister's Got A Boyfriend
710 The SeekersGeorgy Girl
811 The New Vaudeville BandPeek-A-Boo
99 Sandy PoseySingle Girl
1012 The BuckinghamsKind Of A Drag
1113 Paul JonesI've Been A Bad Bad Boy
126 The WhoHappy Jack
138 The MonkeesI'm A Believer
138 The MonkeesI'm Not Your Stepping Stone
1417 Sonny & CherThe Beat Goes On
1519 Pozo Peco SingersLook What You've Done
1620 Electric PrunesI Had Too Much To Dream Last Night
1714 Tom JonesGreen Green Grass Of Home
1816 Mamas & PapasWords Of Love
1915 Cliff RichardIn The Country
1915 Cliff RichardFinders Keepers
2026 The HolliesOn A Carousel
2122 Cat StevensMatthew & Son
2228 Masters ApprenticesUndecided
2318 Roy OrbisonCommunication Breakdown
2423 Ronnie BurnsCoalman
2423 Ronnie BurnsAll The King's Horses
2521 Roy OrbisonThere Won't Be Many Coming Home
2635 The BeatlesStrawberry Fields
2635 The BeatlesPenny Lane
2724 The CherokeesOh Monah
2827 The SeedsPushin' Too Hard
2938 The AllusionsRoundabout
3029 Keith98.6
3029 Dinah Lee98.6
3132 The TroggsAnyway That You Want Me
3236 Paul Revere & The RaidersGood Thing
3236 Paul Revere & The RaidersUndecided Man
3333 The KinksDead End Street
3440 The Royal GuardsmenReturn Of The Red Baron
3537 Marty RhoneVillage Tapestry
36-- Buddy EnglandMovin' Man
3739 Tommy JamesI Think We're Alone Now
38-- The MoveNight Of Fear
39-- Elvis PresleyFools Fall In Love
39-- Elvis PresleyIndescribably Blue
40-- Engelbert HumperdinckRelease Me