Billboard Week Ending 06/18/1966

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: Frank Sinatra - Strangers In The Night
Frank Sinatra – Strangers In The Night

6.
Cover: The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love
The Mindbenders – A Groovy Kind Of Love
7.
Vinyl Record
Robert Parker – Barefootin’
8.
Cover: Gary Lewis And The Playboys - Green Grass
9.
Vinyl Record
The Capitols – Cool Jerk
10.
Cover: The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball
The Cyrkle – Red Rubber Ball
11.
Cover: The Chiffons - Sweet Talkin' Guy
The Chiffons – Sweet Talkin’ Guy
12.
Cover: Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me

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.
Cover: The Beatles - Paperback Writer
The Beatles – Paperback Writer
16.
Vinyl Record
Chris Montez – The More I See You
17.
Artist: The Animals
The Animals – Don’t Bring Me Down
18.
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
19.
Vinyl Record
Swingin’ Medallions – Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)
20.
Vinyl Record
Jr. Walker & The All Stars – (I’m A) Road Runner

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