1961 British Hit Parade

Britain's Greatest Hits. Volume 10, Part 3, September-December
(Music CD - 2012)
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
1961 British Hit Parade

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Title: 1961 British Hit Parade
Britain's greatest hits. Volume 10, part 3, September-December
[sound recording]
Publisher: Rickmansworth : Acrobat, p2012
Characteristics: 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: Compact discs
Notes in container
Contents: Disc 1. Jealousy (Billy Fury)
You don't know what you've got (Ral Donner)
Together (Connie Francis)
Hats off to Larry (Del Shannon)
Get lost (Eden Kane)
Who put the bomp (The Viscounts)
Drivin' home (Duane Eddy)
Don't bet money honey (Linda Scott)
You'll answer to me (Cleo Laine)
Cryin' (Roy Orbison)
Hole in the bucket (Harry Belafonte & Odetta)
Lonely street
Why can't you (Clarence "Frogman" Henry)
Frankie & Johnny (Brook Benton)
Sucu sucu (Laurie Johnson)
Walkin' back to happiness (Helen Shapiro)
Granada (Frank Sinatra)
Hard hearted Hannah
Chili bom bom (The Temperance Seven)
I'm gonna knock on your door (Eddie Hodges)
Sucu sucu (Ping Ping & Al Verlane)
Long time boy (Nina & Frederick)
Gonna build a mountain (Matt Monro)
Wild wind (John Leyton)
Bless you (Tony Orlando)
My boomerang won't come back (Charlie Drake)
Sucu sucu (Nina & Frederick)
Muskrat (Everly Brothers)
Disc 2. Don't blame me (Everly Brothers)
Amor amor (Ben E. King)
Caravan (Duane Eddy)
Sucu sucu (Ted Heath)
You must have been a beautiful baby (Bobby Darin)
Tribute to Buddy Holly (Mike Berry)
Hit the road Jack (Ray Charles)
Mexicali Rose (Karl Denver)
Let's get together (Hayley Mills)
Sucu sucu (Joe Loss)
When the girl in your arms is the girl in your heart (Cliff Richard)
Got a funny feeling (Cliff Richard and the Shadows)
Big bad John (Jimmy Dean)
Take good care of my baby (Bobby Vee)
The time has come (Adam Faith)
Take five (Dave Brubeck Quartet)
I'm a moody guy (Shane Fenton and the Fentones)
The mountain's high (Dick & Deedee)
Sad movies (Carol Deene)
Come September (Bobby Darin)
Moon river (Danny Williams)
His latest flame
Little sister (Elvis Presley)
More money for you and me (medley) (Four Preps)
Stars and stripes forever
Creole jazz (Mr. Acker Bilk & his Paramount Jazz Band)
This time (Troy Shondell)
Disc 3. Runaround Sue (Dion)
Sad movies (Sue Thompson)
Night of the vampire (Moontrekkers)
Tower of strength (Frankie Vaughan)
Midnight in Moscow (Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen)
Tomorrow's clown (Marty Wilde)
Runaround Sue (Doug Sheldon)
Hey look me over (Ronnie Hilton)
My friend the sea (Petula Clark)
The savage (The Shadows)
Bambino (The Springfields)
I love how you love me (Jimmy Crawford)
Everlovin' (Ricky Nelson)
Let true love begin (Nat King Cole)
Fool number one (Brenda Lee)
Tower of strength (Gene McDaniels)
Married (Brook Brothers)
I'll get by (Shirley Bassey)
You're the only good thing (Jim Reeves)
King Kong (Terry Lightfoot's New Orleans Jazzmen)
My Sunday baby (Dale Sisters)
The way you look tonight (The Lettermen)
The coffee song (Frank Sinatra)
Stranger on the shore (Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale)
Toy balloons (Russ Conway)
I understand (G-Clefs)
Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie (Eddie Cochran)
Disc 4. September in the rain (Dinah Washington)
What a party (Fats Domino)
Goody goody
Birth of the blues (from "Helen" EP) (Helen Shapiro)
Johnny Will (Pat Boone)
So long baby (Del Shannon)
Don't bring Lulu (Dorothy Provine)
Charleston (The Temperance Seven)
Tall dark stranger (Rose Brennan)
Gypsy rover (The Highwaymen)
Moon river (Henry Mancini)
Let there be drums (Sandy Nelson)
I'd never find another you (Billy Fury)
Mrs. Mills' medley (Mrs. Mills)
Goodbye cruel world (James Darren)
Baby's first Christmas (Connie Francis)
I cried for you (Ricky Stevens)
Happy birthday sweet sixteen (Neil Sedaka)
Multiplication (Bobby Darin)
Run to him (Bobby Vee)
The lion sleeps tonight (The Tokens)
There goes that song again (Gary Miller)
The night is young (Gary Miller)
Image (Hank Levine & his Orchestra)
Give us a kiss for Christmas (Lionel Bart)
Son this is she (John Leyton)
Come along please (Bob Wallis & his Storyville Jazzmen)
The language of love (John D. Loudermilk)
Performers: Various performers.
Subject Headings: Popular music 1961-1970 Rock music 1961-1970 Jazz 1961-1970
Topical Term: Popular music
Rock music
Publisher No: ACQCD7039
Branch Call Number: CD POP 1961 Bri-1891
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