13 Replies to “Beatles, Beatles everywhere”

  1. I was born several years before the earliest date, but on my life whatever-it-was-called day, the #1 song in the US was “My Boyfriend’s Back” by the Angels. The song promised, “There’s gonna be trouble!” and I never heard how that turned out. . . .

  2. Weird…I can’t post my comment about my #1 songs because your commenty thingy tells me that it contains “questionable content”!
    Erm…so…my UK song is that California Raisins one and “Dizzy” is the US song. Hopefully that will get through!

  3. Weird indeed…
    Unless it’s the California Raisins song about taking cheap prescription drugs while you contemplate whether to invest the cash from your refinanced mortgage in life insurance or an en1argement.

  4. Problem solved, Lisa – you see, it’s the 4 letters after the G in ‘Grapevine’ that were causing the problem. MT Blacklist should now accept “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” without question.

  5. “Grapevine” got stopped? I guess that makes more sense than when Bruce’s reference to “home” wouldn’t go through.
    Ahhhh–the Law of Unintended Consequences!

  6. U.K.:’You’ll Never Walk Alone’ by Gerry and The Pacemakers.
    U.S.:’Deep Purple’ by Nino Tempo and April Stevens.
    I’ve actually heard of Gerry and The Pacemakers, mainly from those “History of Rock n’Roll” shows that CKGM used to run in the late 70’s. From the sound of the title, my guess is that it’s a ballad.
    As for the other one, never heard of it…but now I where the band got its name from.

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