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SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

Week: 09/09/64
Format: T40
             2UE - SYDNEY OFFICIAL TOP 40
      THE ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC SURVEY OF HIT TUNES 
            AS COMPILED FROM RECORD SALES
                  SEPTEMBER 9, 1964
TW                                                                LW
 1. I Should Have Known Better/If I Fell – The Beatles             4
 2. Do Wah Diddy Diddy – Manfred Mann                              3
 3. A Hard Day’s Night – The Beatles                               1
 4. Hold Me – P.J. Proby                                           2
 5. World I Used To Know – Jimmie Rodgers                         12
 6. House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals                          6
 7. When You’re Not Near – Rob E.G.                                7
 8. It Hurts To Be In Love/Hawaii – Gene Pitney                   16
 9. Such A Night – Elvis Presley                                   9
10. Only You – Wayne Newton                                        8
11. The Spartans – Sounds Incorporated                            11
12. A Million Drums – Tony Sheveton                               17
13. Constantly – Cliff Richard                                     5
14. I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself – Dusty Springfield  22
15. Don’t You Know Yockamo – Dinah Lee                            15
16. It’s All Over Now – Rolling Stones                            13
17. Mashed Potato – Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs                   10
18. Kissin’ Cousins – Elvis Presley                               26
19. Everybody Loves Somebody – Dean Martin                        34
20. You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry                              25
21. Where Did Our Love Go - Supremes                              23
22. Rag Doll – Four Seasons                                       14
23. Dang Me – Roger Miller                                        24
24. Tobacco Road – Nashville Teens                                33
25. Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison                                    --
26. It’s For You – Cilla Black                                    32
27. Matchbox – The Beatles                                        27
28. Spanish Harlem – Sounds Incorporated                          20
29. Boys/Long Tall Sally – The Beatles                            28
30. Hello Dolly – Louis Armstrong                                 18
31. Can’t Buy Me Love – The Beatles                               21
32. Bread And Butter – The Newbeats                               --
33. Have I The Right – The Honeycombs                             --
34. I’m Into Something Good – Earl-Jean                           --
35. You’re My World – Cilla Black                                 19
36. Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt – The Shadows                   29
37. Little Treasure From Japan – Noeleen Batley                   --
38. Maybelline – Johnny Rivers                                    --
39. Sweet William – Millie                                        36
40. I Get Around – Beach Boys                                     35

    TWENTY TOP 40 PREDICTIONS
 1. Save It For Me – The Four Seasons
 2. Haunted House – Gene Simmons
 3. Maybe I Know – Lesley Gore   
 4. Pearly Shells – Burl Ives
 5. You’ll Never Get To Heaven – Dionne Warwick  
 6. What Kinda Love – Jimmy Gilmer
 7. Break My Heart, Break – Judy Stone
 8. Thinking Of You Baby – Dave Clarke Five   
 9. Say You – Ronnie Dove
10. Someday We’re Gonna Love Again – The Searchers
11. There’s Nothing I Can Say – Rick Nelson
12. Claustrophobia – The Bee Gees
13. Follow The Rain – Terry Stafford
14. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
15. Always Together – Al Martino  
16. The Crying Game – Dave Berry             
17. Kimberley Way – Johnny Ashcroft
18. Let’s Try Again – The Cicadas
19. Rhythm And Greens – The Shadows
20. We’ll Sing In The Sunshine – Gale Garnett
 
NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet. 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Tuesday, January 24, 2017)




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