Billboard Week Ending 06/11/1966

1.
Cover: The Rolling Stones - Paint It, Black
The Rolling Stones – Paint It, Black
2.
Cover: The Lovin' Spoonful - Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?
The Lovin’ Spoonful – Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?
3.
Cover: Simon & Garfunkel - I Am A Rock
Simon & Garfunkel – I Am A Rock
4.
Cover: Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman
Percy Sledge – When A Man Loves A Woman
5.
Cover: The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love
The Mindbenders – A Groovy Kind Of Love

6.
Cover: Frank Sinatra - Strangers In The Night
Frank Sinatra – Strangers In The Night
7.
Cover: The Mamas & The Papas - Monday, Monday
The Mamas & The Papas – Monday, Monday
8.
Cover: James Brown And The Famous Flames - It's A Man's Man's Man's World
James Brown And The Famous Flames – It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
9.
Cover: Gary Lewis And The Playboys - Green Grass
10.
Vinyl Record
Robert Parker – Barefootin’
11.
Cover: The Chiffons - Sweet Talkin' Guy
The Chiffons – Sweet Talkin’ Guy
12.
Vinyl Record
The Capitols – Cool Jerk

13.
Vinyl Record
Shades Of Blue – Oh How Happy
14.
Artist: The 4 Seasons Featuring the "Sound of Frankie Valli"
The 4 Seasons Featuring the "Sound of Frankie Valli" – Opus 17 (Don’t You Worry ‘Bout Me)
15.
Artist: Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan – Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
16.
Vinyl Record
Chris Montez – The More I See You
17.
Cover: Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
18.
Cover: The Supremes - Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart
The Supremes – Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart
19.
Cover: The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball
The Cyrkle – Red Rubber Ball
20.
Vinyl Record
Jr. Walker & The All Stars – (I’m A) Road Runner

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This Billboard top 20 list is from Billboard Hot 100, a chart first compiled in August 1958. The Hot 100 is frequently used as the standard measure when ranking popular songs in the United States. If not otherwise stated, Billboard Hot 100 is also used on this website when referring to U.S. chart positions.

Before the week ending November 29, 1969, A- and B-sides of singles charted separately. But staring in 1969, both sides of a record that received significant airplay were listed together.

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