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Third week on the top position for the Byrds with Turn! Turn! Turn!. Creeping up from behind are the Dave Clark Five with Over And Over, now on #2. Three new singles on top ten this week, one of them is the tearjerker Make the World Go Away with Eddie Arnold. Outside top ten, the Beatles moves straight to #36 with We Can Work It Out.


Turn! Turn! Turn! - The Byrds 1. Turn! Turn! Turn! - The Byrds
Over And Over - Dave Clark Five 2. Over And Over - Dave Clark Five
I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown 3. I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown
Let's Hang On - The Four Seasons 4. Let's Hang On - The Four Seasons
I Hear A Symphony - The Supremes 5. I Hear A Symphony - The Supremes
I Can Never Go Home Anymore - The Shangri-Las 6. I Can Never Go Home Anymore - The Shangri-Las
Make The World Go Away - Eddie Arnold 7. (-) Make The World Go Away - Eddie Arnold
England Swings - Roger Miller 8. (-) England Swings - Roger Miller
Fever - The McCoys 9. (-) Fever - The McCoys
No cover available 10. I Will - Dean Martin


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Best Selling Records in USA

Billboard is the leading weekly American music magazine, founded way back in 1894. In 1936, Billboard magazine published its first music hit parade and four years later, the first music Popularity Chart was calculated.

Since 1958, Billboard has published the Hot 100. The chart is frequently used as the standard measure for ranking songs in the United States. If not stated otherwise, Billboard is used when referring to U.S. chart positions on Ultimate 60s.

The Billboard Hot 100 combines single sales and radio airplay, and as of 2005 it also includes paid digital downloads from digital music stores.

A- and-B-sides charted separately from 1958 and onward (with the initiation of the Hot 100 in 1958). But starting with the Hot 100 chart for the week ending November 29, 1969, this rule was altered. If both sides of a record received significant airplay, they were listed together.

The "Billboard 200" survey is the corresponding chart for album sales.


Top Singles on Billboard During the Sixties

Pos Artist Title
1. Percy Faith And His Orchestra Theme From a Summer Place
2. The Beatles Hey Jude
3. Bobby Lewis Tossin' And Turnin'
4. The Beatles I Want To Hold Your Hand
5. The Monkees I'm a Believer
6. Marvin Gaye I Heard It Through The Grapevine
7. The 5th Dimension Aquarious / Let The Sunshine In
8. Elvis Presley Are You Lonesome Tonight?
9. Zager And Evans In The Year 2525
10. Elvis Presley It's Now Or Never
11. Ray Charles I Can't Stop Loving You
12. Paul Maurait and His Orchestra Love Is Blue
13. lulu To Sir With Love
14. The Everly Brothers Cathy's Clown
15. The Four Seasons Big Girls Don't Cry
16. Jimmy Dean Big Bad John
17. Jimmy Gilmer And the Fireballs Sugar Shack
18. Bobby Goldsboro Honey
19. The Rascals People Got To Be Free
20. The Four Seasons Sherry
21. SSgt. Barry Sadler Ballad Of Green Berets
22. The Beatles with Billy Preston Get Back
23. The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love
24. The Archies Sugar Sugar
25. Sly And the Family Stone Everyday People
26. Del Shannon Runaway
27. Otis Redding (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
28. Elvis Presley Stuck On You
29. The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women
30. Bobby Vinton Roses Are Red (My Love)


Top Artists on Billboard All Times (Most Top 10 Hits)

Pos Artist No of Hits
1 Elvis Presley 38
1 Madonna 38
3 The Beatles 34
4 Rihanna 30
5 Michael Jackson 28
5 Stevie Wonder 28
7 Janet Jackson 27
7 Elton John 27
7 Mariah Carey 27
10 The Rolling Stones 23
10 Whitney Houston 23
10 Paul McCartney 23

Elvis Presley's hits include songs from before Hot 100 and 1958. Counting only songs on Hot 100, Elvis had 25 hits. The Beatles last hit was Free as a Bird in 1995. Madonna scored her 38th and most recent top 10 with Give Me All Your Luvin' in 2012.

The list was last updated May 3, 2017



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