Billboard Week Ending 07/23/1966

1.
Cover: Tommy James And The Shondells - Hanky Panky
2.
Cover: The Troggs - Wild Thing
The Troggs – Wild Thing
3.
Cover: Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs - Lil' Red Riding Hood
Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs – Lil’ Red Riding Hood
4.
Artist: Crispian St. Peters
Crispian St. Peters – The Pied Piper
5.
Cover: Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me

6.
Cover: The Beatles - Paperback Writer
The Beatles – Paperback Writer
8.
Cover: The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball
The Cyrkle – Red Rubber Ball
9.
Cover: The Mamas & The Papas - I Saw Her Again
The Mamas & The Papas – I Saw Her Again
10.
Cover: Tommy Roe - Sweet Pea
Tommy Roe – Sweet Pea
11.
Cover: The Association - Along Comes Mary
The Association – Along Comes Mary
12.
Cover: Frank Sinatra - Strangers In The Night
Frank Sinatra – Strangers In The Night

13.
Vinyl Record
Syndicate Of Sound – Little Girl
14.
Vinyl Record
Ray Conniff And The Singers – Somewhere, My Love
15.
Artist: The Temptations
The Temptations – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
16.
Vinyl Record
The Standells – Dirty Water
17.
Artist: The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones – Mothers Little Helper
18.
Vinyl Record
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – The Work Song
19.
Artist: Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley – Love Letters
20.
Artist: The Young Rascals
The Young Rascals – You Better Run

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Top 20 on Billboard

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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