Running down the rest of the chart you'll find AND I LOVE HER by THE BEATLES at #17, AIN'T SHE SWEET by THE BEATLES at #19, TELL ME by THE ROLLING STONES at #27, I'LL CRY INSTEAD by THE BEATLES again at #29, I'LL KEEP YOU SATISFIED by BILLY J. KRAMER AND THE DAKOTAS at #30, IT'S ALL OVER NOW, up to #40 (from #54 the week before) for THE ROLLING STONES, NOBODY I KNOW by PETER AND GORDON at #41, RINGO' THEME by GEORGE MARTIN at #56, IF I FELL (by THE BEATLES again!) up to #57, (a nice jump from #72 to #57), SOME DAY WE'RE GONNA LOVE AGAIN (jumping from #89 to #67 with a bullet) for THE SEARCHERS, CHAD AND JEREMY's A SUMMER SONG at #85, FROM A WINDOW, new at #92 for BILLY J. KRAMER AND THE DAKOTAS and THE JAMES BOND THEME (albeit by American session guitarist BILLY STRANGE), debuting at #97.
SHOUT by LULU AND THE LUVERS moves up a spot to #31 this week on our WLS Chicagoland chart. IT'S ALL OVER NOW is brand new for THE ROLLING STONES at #30. AND I LOVE HER by THE BEATLES falls to #25 and I'LL KEEP YOU SATISFIED by BILLY J. KRAMER AND THE DAKOTAS falls to #21. Meanwhile, THE BEATLES' I'LL CRY INSTEAD (now charting as just the A-Side) moves up a few places to #19. THE ANIMALS' THE HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN jumps from #29 to #14 as THE DAVE CLARK FIVE's latest, BECAUSE, cracks The Top Ten at #9.
Three more British Hits round out The Top Ten this week … HOW DO YOU DO IT by GERRY AND THE PACEMAKERS at #6, WISHIN' AND HOPIN' by DUSTY SPRINGFIELD at #4 and THE BEATLES' A HARD DAY'S NIGHT (also just down to the A-Side) at #3.