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Various Artists: The 1962 British Hit Parade, Pt. 3: September-December [Acrobat]

Track List

>Locomotion, The - Little Eva
>It'll Be Me - Cliff Richard & the Shadows
>Sheila - Tommy Roe
>Cry Myself to Sleep - Del Shannon
>Sweet Little Sixteen - Jerry Lee Lewis
>Rocket Man - The Spotnicks
>Loco-Motion - The Vernons Girls
>You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles
>It Started All Over Again - Brenda Lee
>Reminiscing - Buddy Holly
>Your Tender Look - Joe Brown & the Bruvvers
>Puff - Kenny Lynch
>Some People - Valerie Mountain
>Johnny's Tune - The Eagles
>Too Late - Valerie Mountain
>It Might as Well Rain Until September - Carole King
>Blue Weekend - Karl Denver
>Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole
>Devil Woman - Marty Robbins
>Forever Kind of Love, A - Bobby Vee
>Lonely - Acker Bilk
>Hercules - Frankie Vaughan
>Breeze and I, The - Fentones
>Let's Dance - Chris Montez
>Venus in Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter
>Sherry - The Four Seasons
>Send Me the Pillow You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson
>If a Man Answers - Bobby Darin
>Baubles Bangles and Beads - George Shearing Quintet
>Out of This World - Tony Hatch
>Swiss Maid - Del Shannon
>Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan
>Love Me Do - The Beatles
>He Got What He Wanted - Little Richard
>Pretty Jenny - Jess Conrad
>Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas
>Pay Off, The - Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen
>Keep Away from Other Girls - Helen Shapiro
>Lovesick Blues - Frank Ifield
>Sun Arise - Rolf Harris
>No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers
>Because of Love - Billy Fury
>Ever Since You Said Goodbye - Marty Wilde
>She Taught Me How to Yodel - Frank Ifield
>Love Me Tender - Richard Chamberlain
>Must Be Madison - Joe Loss & His Orchestra
>James Bond Theme - John Barry Seven & Orchestra
>Limbo Rock - Chubby Checker
>King of the Whole Wide World - Elvis Presley
>This Is Living - Elvis Presley
>Riding the Rainbow - Elvis Presley
>Dance with the Guitar Man - Duane Eddy
>Desafinado - Stan Getz
>Warmed Over Kisses (Left Over Love) - Brian Hyland
>My Love and Devotion - Matt Monro
>Can Can - Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
>Little Black Book - Jimmy Dean
>Workin' for the Man - Roy Orbison
>It Only Took a Minute - Joe Brown & the Bruvvers
>Main Attraction, The - Pat Boone
>We're Gonna Go Fishin' - Hank Locklin
>If Only Tomorrow - Ronnie Carroll
>Madison, The - Ray Ellington
>He's a Rebel - The Crystals
>Next Door to an Angel - Neil Sedaka
>Desafinado (Slightly Out of Tune) - Ella Fitzgerald
>I'm Gonna Change Everything - Jim Reeves
>James (Hold the Ladder Steady) - Carol Deene
>Return to Sender - Elvis Presley
>Like I Do - Maureen Evans
>Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree - Brenda Lee
>Heartaches - Patsy Cline
>Always You and Me - Russ Conway
>Baby Face - Bobby Darin
>Next Time, The - Cliff Richard/Norrie Paramor, His Strings & Orchestra/The Shadows
>Bachelor Boy - Cliff Richard & the Shadows
>Up on the Roof - Kenny Lynch
>Susie Darlin' - Tommy Roe
>Dance On! - The Shadows
>Go Away Little Girl - Mark Wynter
>Baby Take a Bow - Adam Faith
>Your Cheating Heart - Ray Charles
>Island of Dreams - The Springfields
>Me and My Shadow - Frank Sinatra/Sammy Davis, Jr.
>Gossip Calypso - Bernard Cribbins
>Dear Lonely Hearts - Nat King Cole
>Onward Christian Soldiers - Harry Simeone Chorale
>Jingle Bell Rock - Chubby Checker/Bobby Rydell
>I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter - Connie Francis
>Up on the Roof - Julie Grant
>Just for Kicks - Mike Sarne
>Go Away Little Girl - Ray Bennett
>Let's Go (Pony) - Routers
>I Can't Help It - Johnny Tillotson
>Don't Hang Up - The Orlons
>Don't You Think It's Time - Mike Berry & the Outlaws
>Merry Christmas You Suckers - Paddy Roberts
>Keep Your Hands Off My Baby - Little Eva
>Up on the Roof - The Drifters

Album Notes

Acrobat's British Hit Parade series spotlights the hits from a specific year by the original artists. This volume samples 99 tracks that made the charts between September and December of 1962, including the original versions of "Love Me Do" (the Beatles), "Limbo Rock" (Chubby Checker), and "Dance with the Guitar Man" (Duane Eddy), in addition to tracks by Stan Getz, Roy Orbison, and the Everly Brothers. ~ Al Campbell


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