Kvällstoppen 1963-02-12

As of February 12, The B-side of Bachelor Boy, The Next Time, was no longer listed on the chart.

1.
Vinyl Record
Michael Cox – Stand Up
2.
Artist: Cliff Richard
Cliff Richard – Bachelor Boy
3.
Vinyl Record
The Shadows – Dance On
4.
Vinyl Record
Öijwinds Kvintett

– Fröken Johansson och jag

5.
Cover: Elvis Presley With The Jordanaires - Return To Sender

6.
Vinyl Record
Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd

– Desafinado

7.
Vinyl Record
Ray Adams – De tusen sjöars land
8.
Vinyl Record
Dickey Lee

– I Saw Linda Yesterday

9.
Cover: Anna-Lena Löfgren - Regniga natt
Anna-Lena Löfgren

– Regniga natt

10.
Cover: The Beach Boys - Ten Little Indians
The Beach Boys – Ten Little Indians
11.
Artist: Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole – Skip To My Lou
12.
Vinyl Record
The Sherrys – Pop-pop-pop-pie

13.
Vinyl Record
Gunnar Kinch

– Bop-a-Lena

14.
Artist: Bibi Johns
Bibi Johns

– Bröllopet

15.
Vinyl Record
Jet Harris And Tony Meehan

– Diamonds

16.
Cover: Elvis Presley - Kiss Me Quick
Elvis Presley – Kiss Me Quick
17.
Cover: Marcie Blane - Bobby's Girl
Marcie Blane – Bobby’s Girl
18.
Artist: Alice Babs
Alice Babs

– En herrskapstrall

18.
Artist: Bobby Vee And The Crickets
Bobby Vee And The Crickets

– Someday

20.
Vinyl Record
Duane Eddy – (Dance To The) Guitar Man
20.
Artist: Jerry Williams
Jerry Williams

– Goodnight My Love


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Kvällstoppen – Best Selling Records in Sweden

This chart shows kvällstoppen with the 20 best selling records in Sweden 1963-02-12.

Kvällstoppen was presented in a radio show by Sveriges Radio – Sweden’s national publicly funded radio broadcaster. The show started in 1962 and the format changed several times during the sixties and early seventies. The charts originally recorded sales of singles and EPs. Later, LP albums were also included. For a short period, a separate list with only LP albums was presented, known as LP-toppen. But LPs could still appear on the original list with singles and EPs, which is why LP-toppen was abandoned.

In 1974, the program and the idea of presenting music sales in a national publicly funded radio was questioned on ideological grounds. As a result, entries were presented in a random order. A year later, in late summer of 1975, the show was finally cancelled. The last program was aired on August 19, 1975.

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Kvällstoppen 1963

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