List of number-one singles from the 1960s (UK)

This is a list of the number one singles on the UK Singles Chart, during the 1960s. The source for this decade up until March 1960 is the New Musical Express chart, and after that it is the Record Retailer.

1960

  1. Michael Holliday - "Starry Eyed"
  2. :January 29 for 1 week
  3. Anthony Newley - "Why"
  4. :February 5 for 4 weeks
  5. Adam Faith - "Poor Me"
  6. :March 4 for 2 week
  7. Johnny Preston - "Running Bear"
  8. :March 17 for 2 weeks
  9. Lonnie Donegan - "My Old Man's a Dustman (Ballad of a Refuse Disposal Officer)"
  10. :March 31 for 4 weeks
  11. Anthony Newley - "Do You Mind"
  12. :April 28 for 1 week
  13. Everly Brothers - "Cathy's Clown"
  14. :May 5 for 7 weeks
  15. Eddie Cochran - "Three Steps to Heaven"
  16. :June 23 for 2 weeks
  17. Jimmy Jones - "Good Timin'"
  18. :July 7 for 3 weeks
  19. Cliff Richard & The Shadows - "Please Don't Tease"
  20. :July 28 for 1 week
  21. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - "Shakin' All Over"
  22. :August 4 for 1 week
  23. Cliff Richard & The Shadows - "Please Don't Tease"
  24. :August 11 for 2 weeks
  25. The Shadows - "Apache"
  26. :August 25 for 5 weeks
  27. Ricky Valance - "Tell Laura I Love Her"
  28. :September 29 for 3 weeks
  29. Roy Orbison - "Only the Lonely (Know How I Feel)"
  30. :October 20 for 2 weeks
  31. Elvis Presley - "It's Now or Never"
  32. :November 3 for 8 weeks
  33. Cliff Richard & The Shadows - "I Love You"
  34. :December 29 for 2 weeks

1961

  1. Johnny Tillotson - "Poetry in Motion"
  2. :January 12 for 2 weeks
  3. Elvis Presley - "Are You Lonesome Tonight?"
  4. :January 26 for 4 weeks
  5. Petula Clark - "Sailor"
  6. :February 23 for 1 week
  7. Everly Brothers - "Walk Right Back/Ebony Eyes"
  8. :March 2 for 3 weeks
  9. Elvis Presley - "Wooden Heart"
  10. :March 23 for 6 weeks
  11. The Marcels - "Blue Moon"
  12. :May 4 for 2 weeks
  13. Floyd Cramer - "On the Rebound"
  14. :May 18 for 1 week
  15. The Temperance Seven - "You're Driving Me Crazy"
  16. :May 25 for 1 week
  17. Elvis Presley - "Surrender"
  18. :June 1 for 4 weeks
  19. Del Shannon - "Runaway"
  20. :June 29 for 3 weeks
  21. Everly Brothers - "Temptation"
  22. :July 20 for 2 weeks
  23. Eden Kane - "Well I Ask You"
  24. :August 3 for 1 week
  25. Helen Shapiro - "You Don't Know"
  26. :August 10 for 3 weeks
  27. John Leyton - "Johnny Remember Me"
  28. :August 31 for 3 weeks
  29. Shirley Bassey - "Reach for the Stars"/"Climb Ev'ry Mountain"
  30. :September 21 for 1 week
  31. John Leyton - "Johnny Remember Me"
  32. :September 28 for 1 week
  33. The Shadows - "Kon-Tiki"
  34. :October 5 for 1 week
  35. The Highwaymen - "Michael"
  36. :October 12 for 1 week
  37. Helen Shapiro - "Walkin' Back to Happiness"
  38. :October 19 for 3 weeks
  39. Elvis Presley - "Little Sister/(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame"
  40. :November 9 for 4 weeks
  41. Frankie Vaughan - "Tower of Strength"
  42. :December 7 for 3 weeks
  43. Danny Williams - "Moon River"
  44. :December 28 for 2 weeks

1962

  1. Cliff Richard and The Shadows - "The Young Ones"
  2. :January 11 for 6 weeks
  3. Elvis Presley - "Rock-A-Hula Baby/Can't Help Falling in Love"
  4. :February 22 for 4 weeks
  5. The Shadows - "Wonderful Land"
  6. :March 22 for 8 weeks
  7. B. Bumble and the Stingers - "Nut Rocker"
  8. :May 17 for 1 week
  9. Elvis Presley - "Good Luck Charm"
  10. :May 24 for 5 weeks
  11. Mike Sarne with Wendy Richard - "Come Outside"
  12. :June 28 for 2 weeks
  13. Ray Charles - "I Can't Stop Loving You"
  14. :July 12 for 2 weeks
  15. Frank Ifield - "I Remember You"
  16. :July 26 for 7 weeks
  17. Elvis Presley - "She's Not You"
  18. :September 13 for 3 weeks
  19. The Tornados - "Telstar"
  20. :October 4 for 5 weeks
  21. Frank Ifield - "Lovesick Blues"
  22. :November 8 for 5 weeks
  23. Elvis Presley - "Return to Sender"
  24. :December 13 for 3 weeks

1963

  1. Cliff Richard and The Shadows - "The Next Time/Bachelor Boy"
  2. :January 3 for 3 weeks
  3. The Shadows - "Dance On!"
  4. :January 24 for 1 week
  5. Jet Harris and Tony Meehan - "Diamonds"
  6. :January 31 for 3 weeks
  7. Frank Ifield - "The Wayward Wind"
  8. :February 21 for 3 weeks
  9. Cliff Richard & The Shadows - "Summer Holiday"
  10. :March 14 for 2 weeks
  11. The Shadows - "Foot Tapper"
  12. :March 28 for 1 week
  13. Cliff Richard & The Shadows - "Summer Holiday"
  14. :April 4 for 1 week
  15. Gerry & the Pacemakers - "How Do You Do It?"
  16. :April 11 for 3 weeks
  17. The Beatles - "From Me to You"
  18. :May 2 for 7 weeks
  19. Gerry & the Pacemakers - "I Like It"
  20. :June 20 for 4 weeks
  21. Frank Ifield - "Confessin' (That I Love You)"
  22. :July 18 for 2 weeks
  23. Elvis Presley - "(You're The) Devil in Disguise"
  24. :August 1 for 1 week
  25. The Searchers - "Sweets for My Sweet"
  26. :August 8 for 2 weeks
  27. Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas - "Bad to Me"
  28. :August 22 for 3 weeks
  29. The Beatles - "She Loves You"
  30. :September 12 for 4 weeks
  31. Brian Poole & The Tremeloes - "Do You Love Me"
  32. :October 10 for 3 weeks
  33. Gerry & the Pacemakers - "You'll Never Walk Alone"
  34. :October 31 for 4 weeks
  35. The Beatles - "She Loves You"
  36. :November 28 for 2 weeks
  37. The Beatles - "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
  38. :December 12 for 5 weeks

1964

  1. Dave Clark Five - "Glad All Over"
  2. :January 16 for 2 weeks
  3. The Searchers - "Needles and Pins"
  4. :January 30 for 3 weeks
  5. The Bachelors - "Diane"
  6. :February 20 for 1 week
  7. Cilla Black - "Anyone Who Had a Heart"
  8. :February 27 for 3 weeks
  9. Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas - "Little Children"
  10. :March 19 for 2 weeks
  11. The Beatles - "Can't Buy Me Love"
  12. :April 2 for 3 weeks
  13. Peter & Gordon - "A World Without Love"
  14. :April 23 for 2 weeks
  15. The Searchers - "Don't Throw Your Love Away"
  16. :May 7 for 2 weeks
  17. The Four Pennies - "Juliet"
  18. :May 21 for 1 week
  19. Cilla Black - "You're My World"
  20. :May 28 for 4 weeks
  21. Roy Orbison - "It's Over"
  22. :June 25 for 2 weeks
  23. The Animals - "House of the Rising Sun"
  24. :July 9 for 1 week
  25. Rolling Stones - "It's All Over Now"
  26. :July 16 for 1 week
  27. The Beatles - "A Hard Day's Night"
  28. :July 23 for 3 weeks
  29. Manfred Mann - "Do Wah Diddy Diddy"
  30. :August 13 for 2 weeks
  31. The Honeycombs - "Have I The Right"
  32. :August 27 for 2 weeks
  33. The Kinks - "You Really Got Me"
  34. :September 10 for 2 weeks
  35. Herman's Hermits - "I'm Into Something Good"
  36. :September 24 for 2 weeks
  37. Roy Orbison - "Oh, Pretty Woman"
  38. :October 8 for 2 weeks
  39. Sandie Shaw - "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me"
  40. :October 22 for 3 weeks
  41. Roy Orbison - "Oh, Pretty Woman"
  42. :November 12 for 1 week
  43. The Supremes - "Baby Love"
  44. :November 19 for 2 weeks
  45. Rolling Stones - "Little Red Rooster"
  46. :December 3 for 1 week
  47. The Beatles - "I Feel Fine"
  48. :December 10 for 5 weeks

1965

  1. Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Yeh Yeh"
  2. :January 14 for 2 weeks
  3. The Moody Blues - "Go Now"
  4. :January 28 for 1 week
  5. Righteous Brothers - "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"
  6. :February 4 for 2 weeks
  7. The Kinks - "Tired of Waiting for You"
  8. :February 18 for 1 week
  9. The Seekers - "I'll Never Find Another You"
  10. :February 25 for 2 weeks
  11. Tom Jones - "It's Not Unusual"
  12. :March 11 for 1 week
  13. Rolling Stones - "The Last Time"
  14. :March 18 for 3 weeks
  15. Unit 4 + 2 - "Concrete and Clay"
  16. :April 8 for 1 week
  17. Cliff Richard - "The Minute You're Gone"
  18. :April 15 for 1 week
  19. The Beatles - "Ticket to Ride"
  20. :April 22 for 3 weeks
  21. Roger Miller - "King of the Road"
  22. :May 13 for 1 week
  23. Jackie Trent - "Where Are You Now (My Love))"
  24. :May 20 for 1 week
  25. Sandie Shaw - "Long Live Love"
  26. :May 27 for 3 weeks
  27. Elvis Presley - "Crying in the Chapel"
  28. :June 17 for 1 week
  29. The Hollies - "I'm Alive"
  30. :June 24 for 1 week
  31. Elvis Presley - "Crying in the Chapel"
  32. :July 1 for 1 week
  33. The Hollies - "I'm Alive"
  34. :July 8 for 2 weeks
  35. The Byrds - "Mr. Tambourine Man"
  36. :July 22 for 2 weeks
  37. The Beatles - "Help!"
  38. :August 5 for 3 weeks
  39. Sonny & Cher - "I Got You Babe"
  40. :August 26 for 2 weeks
  41. Rolling Stones - "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
  42. :September 9 for 2 weeks
  43. The Walker Brothers - "Make It Easy on Yourself"
  44. :September 23 for 1 week
  45. Ken Dodd - "Tears"
  46. :September 30 for 5 weeks
  47. Rolling Stones - "Get off of My Cloud"
  48. :November 4 for 3 weeks
  49. The Seekers - "The Carnival Is Over"
  50. :November 25 for 3 weeks
  51. The Beatles - "Day Tripper"/"We Can Work It Out"
  52. :December 16 for 5 weeks

1966

  1. Spencer Davis Group - "Keep On Running"
  2. :January 20 for 1 week
  3. The Overlanders - "Michelle"
  4. :January 27 for 3 weeks
  5. Nancy Sinatra - "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"
  6. :February 17 for 4 weeks
  7. The Walker Brothers - "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore"
  8. :March 17 for 4 weeks
  9. Spencer Davis Group - "Somebody Help Me"
  10. :April 14 for 2 weeks
  11. Dusty Springfield - "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me"
  12. :April 28 for 1 week
  13. Manfred Mann - "Pretty Flamingo"
  14. :May 5 for 3 weeks
  15. Rolling Stones - "Paint It, Black"
  16. :May 26 for 1 week
  17. Frank Sinatra - "Strangers in the Night"
  18. :June 2 for 3 weeks
  19. The Beatles - "Paperback Writer"
  20. :June 23 for 2 weeks
  21. The Kinks - "Sunny Afternoon"
  22. :July 7 for 2 weeks
  23. Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Get Away"
  24. :July 21 for 1 week
  25. Chris Farlowe - "Out of Time"
  26. :July 28 for 1 week
  27. The Troggs - "With a Girl Like You"
  28. :August 4 for 2 weeks
  29. The Beatles - "Yellow Submarine"/"Eleanor Rigby"
  30. :August 18 for 4 weeks
  31. The Small Faces - "All or Nothing"
  32. :September 15 for 1 week
  33. Jim Reeves - "Distant Drums"
  34. :September 22 for 5 weeks
  35. Four Tops - "Reach Out I'll Be There"
  36. :October 27 for 3 weeks
  37. Beach Boys - "Good Vibrations"
  38. :November 17 for 2 weeks
  39. Tom Jones - "Green Green Grass of Home"
  40. :December 1 for 7 weeks

1967

Number one hits from "Record Retailer":
  1. The Monkees - "I'm a Believer"
  2. :January 19 for 4 weeks
  3. Petula Clark - "This Is My Song"
  4. :February 16 for 2 weeks
  5. Engelbert Humperdinck - "Release Me"
  6. :March 2 for 6 weeks
  7. Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra - "Somethin' Stupid"
  8. :April 13 for 2 weeks
  9. Sandie Shaw - "Puppet on a String"
  10. :April 27 for 3 weeks
  11. The Tremeloes - "Silence Is Golden"
  12. :May 18 for 3 weeks
  13. Procol Harum - "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
  14. :June 8 for 6 weeks
  15. The Beatles - "All You Need Is Love"
  16. :July 19 for 3 weeks
  17. Scott McKenzie - "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)"
  18. :August 9 for 4 weeks
  19. Engelbert Humperdinck - "The Last Waltz"
  20. :September 6 for 5 weeks
  21. The Bee Gees - "Massachusetts"
  22. :October 11 for 4 weeks
  23. The Foundations - "Baby Now That I've Found You"
  24. :November 8 for 2 weeks
  25. Long John Baldry - "Let the Heartaches Begin"
  26. :November 22 for 2 weeks
  27. The Beatles - "Hello, Goodbye"
  28. :December 6 for 7 weeks

1968

  1. Georgie Fame - "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde"
  2. :January 24 for 1 week
  3. Love Affair - "Everlasting Love"
  4. :January 31 for 2 weeks
  5. Manfred Mann - "Mighty Quinn"
  6. :February 14 for 2 weeks
  7. Esther & Abi Ofarim - "Cinderella Rockefella"
  8. :February 28 for 3 weeks
  9. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - "The Legend of Xanadu"
  10. :March 20 for 1 week
  11. The Beatles - "Lady Madonna"
  12. :March 27 for 2 weeks
  13. Cliff Richard - "Congratulations"
  14. :April 10 for 2 weeks
  15. Louis Armstrong - "What a Wonderful World"/"Cabaret"
  16. :April 24 for 4 weeks
  17. Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett - "Young Girl"
  18. :May 22 for 4 weeks
  19. Rolling Stones - "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
  20. :June 19 for 2 weeks
  21. The Equals - "Baby Come Back"
  22. :July 3 for 3 weeks
  23. Des O'Connor - "I Pretend"
  24. :July 24 for 1 week
  25. Tommy James & the Shondells - "Mony Mony"
  26. :July 31 for 2 weeks and August 21 for 1 week
  27. Crazy World of Arthur Brown - "Fire"
  28. :August 14 for 1 week
  29. Beach Boys - "Do It Again"
  30. :August 28 for 1 week
  31. Bee Gees - "I've Gotta Get a Message to You"
  32. :September 4 for 1 week
  33. The Beatles - "Hey Jude"
  34. :September 11 for 2 weeks
  35. Mary Hopkin - "Those Were the Days"
  36. :September 25 for 6 weeks
  37. Joe Cocker - "With a Little Help from My Friends"
  38. :November 6 for 1 week
  39. Hugo Montenegro and his Orchestra - "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
  40. :November 13 for 4 weeks
  41. The Scaffold - "Lily the Pink"
  42. :December 11 for 4 weeks

1969

  1. The Marmalade - "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
  2. :January 1 for 1 week
  3. The Scaffold - "Lily the Pink"
  4. :January 8 for 1 week
  5. The Marmalade - "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
  6. :January 15 for 2 weeks
  7. Fleetwood Mac - "Albatross"
  8. :January 29 for 1 week
  9. The Move - "Blackberry Way"
  10. :February 5 for 1 week
  11. Amen Corner - "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice"
  12. :February 12 for 2 weeks
  13. Peter Sarstedt - "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)"
  14. :February 26 for 4 weeks
  15. Marvin Gaye - "I Heard It Through the Grapevine"
  16. :March 26 for 3 weeks
  17. Desmond Dekker & the Aces - "Israelites"
  18. :April 16 for 1 week
  19. Beatles with Billy Preston - "Get Back"
  20. :April 23 for 6 weeks
  21. Tommy Roe - "Dizzy"
  22. :June 4 for 1 week
  23. The Beatles - "Ballad of John and Yoko"
  24. :June 11 for 3 weeks
  25. Thunderclap Newman - "Something in the Air"
  26. :July 2 for 3 weeks
  27. Rolling Stones - "Honky Tonk Women"
  28. :July 23 for 5 weeks


Chart compilation changed to Tuesday
  1. Zager & Evans - "In The Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)"
  2. :August 26 for 3 weeks
  3. Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Bad Moon Rising"
  4. :September 16 for 3 weeks
  5. Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg - "Je t'aime... moi non plus"
  6. :October 7 for 1 week
  7. Bobbie Gentry - "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"
  8. :October 14 for 1 week
  9. The Archies - "Sugar, Sugar"
  10. :October 21 for 8 weeks
  11. Rolf Harris - "Two Little Boys"
  12. :December 16 for 6 weeks


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1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

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Record Retailer was a trade newspaper for the UK record industry. It was founded in August 1959 as a monthly newspaper covering both labels and dealers. Its founding editor was Roy Parker (who died on December 27, 1964).
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Michael Holliday (26 November 1924 - October 29, 1963) was a British singer (real name Norman Milne) popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s, who sang in a very similar style to Bing Crosby.
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Anthony Newley

Birth name George Anthony Newley
Born September 24, 1931
London, England
Died April 14, 1999

Years active 1947 - 1985
Spouse(s) Ann Lynn (1956-1963)
Joan Collins (1963-1970)
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Terence (Terry) Nelhams-Wright, known as Adam Faith (23 June 1940, East Acton, West London — 8 March 2003, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire) was an English singer, actor and financial journalist.
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Of Cajun ancestry, Preston sang in high school choral contests throughout the state of Texas. He formed a rock and roll band called 'The Shades', before recording his No.
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Label Mercury Records
Producer(s) Bill Hall

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Running Bear is a song written by J.P. Richardson (aka The Big Bopper) sung most famously by Johnny Preston in 1959.

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Anthony Newley

Birth name George Anthony Newley
Born September 24, 1931
London, England
Died April 14, 1999

Years active 1947 - 1985
Spouse(s) Ann Lynn (1956-1963)
Joan Collins (1963-1970)
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Jimmy Jones (born 2 June 1937, Birmingham, Alabama) is an African American, singer/songwriter who moved to New York City while a teenager.

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Jones joined a doo-wop group named The Berliners in 1954. They later changed their name to Sparks Of Rhythm.
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Released April 16, 1979
Format Vinyl
Recorded Unknown
Genre Pop
Length 2 min 12 sec
Label Brother/Caribou/CBS
Producer(s) Bruce Johnston
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Sir Cliff Richard OBE (born Harry Rodger Webb on 14 October 1940) is an English singer, actor and businessman.

With his backing band The Shadows, Richard dominated the British popular music scene in the late 1950s and early 1960s, before and during the The Beatles'
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The Shadows are an English instrumental and vocal rock and roll group active from the 1950s to the 2000s.
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B-side(s) "Where Is My Heart" (Tepper-Bennett)
Released 24 June 1960
Format 7"
Label Columbia (EMI) 45-DB4479
Writer(s) Bruce Welch, Peter Chester

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