Hits of the Sixties 1 - Answers

Published: Wednesday 14th August 2013
  1. With what colour jeans did The Flee-Rekkers have a 1960 hit? Green".
  2. Which record in 1963 was The Tornados follow-up to "Telstar"? Globetrotter".
  3. Who sang about "Her Royal Majesty" in the 1962 UK charts? James Darren.
  4. Which 1964 single became the first UK hit for The Applejacks? Tell Me When"
  5. Which song gave Pinkerton's Assorted Colours their UK chart debut in 1966? "Mirror, Mirror".
  6. Who was Maurice William's backing group on his 1960 US number one "Stay"? The Zodiacs.
  7. Who sang "Move in A Little Closer" in the UK charts of 1969? Harmony Grass.
  8. Who said "Gimme Little Sign" in the 1968 UK charts? Brenton Wood.
  9. What sort of taxi feature in the title of Herb Alpert's 1966 hit? Tijuana.
  10. Who took "Louie, Louie" into the UK charts in February 1964? The Kingsmen.
  11. Which single provided Bob Dylan with his first UK chart entry? The Times They Are A Changing".
  12. Which single gave The Temperance Seven with their only UK number one? You're Driving Me Crazy".
  13. Who took the theme to "Fireball XL5" into the charts in 1963? Don Spencer.
  14. Who said "Yes, My Darling Daughter" in the 1962 UK charts? Eydie Gorme.
  15. Who were "Happy Together" according to the title of their 1967 US number one? The Turtles.
  16. Who sang about "Careless Hands" in the 1968 UK charts? Des O'Connor.
  17. Who took The Beatles song "Michelle" to the top of the UK charts in 1966? The Overlanders.
  18. "You've Made Me So Very Happy" was the only 1969 UK chart entry for which US band? Blood, Sweat and Tears.
  19. What single gave Roy Orbison his first US number one in 1961? Running Scared".
  20. Who took "Incense and Peppermint" to the US top spot in November 1967? Strawberry Alarm Clock.

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