7 December 1966

Go-Set’s National Top 40

The 7th of December 1966

#1: Herman’s Hermits

No Milk Today

Rocketing onto the chart straight to the top, No Milk Today was the first number 1 in Australia since March 1965 with Mrs. Brown…

1. (- ) NO MILK TODAY Herman’s Hermits
2. (1) SORRY The Easybeats
3. (3) WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL The New Vaudeville Band
4. (-) LET IT BE ME (E.P.) Johnny Young
5. (-) GOOD VIBRATIONS Beach Boys
6. (-) OOH LA LA Normie Rowe
7. (-) FRIDAY ON MY MIND The Easybeats
8. (4) LADY GODIVA Peter And Gordon
9. (5) SPICKS AND SPECKS BeeGees
10. (13) NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK The Twilights
11. (23) STOP, STOP, STOP The Hollies
12. (2) IF I WERE A CARPENTER Bobby Darin
13. (32) DANDY Herman’s Hermits
14. (8) SEE SEE RIDER Eric Burdon And The Animals
15. (9) THE LOVED ONE The Loved Ones
16. (10) I’M A BOY The Who
17. (28) BEND IT Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
18. (22) PSYCHOTIC REACTION Count Five
19. (12) EVER LOVIN’ MAN The Loved Ones
20. (-) THE BOSS’ DAUGHTER Gene Pitney
21. (-) I CAN’T CONTROL MYSELF The Troggs
22. (25) STEP BACK/CARA-LYN Johnny Young And Kompany
23. (-) LITTLE MAN Sonny And Cher
24. (-) SKYE BOAT SONG Peter Nelson & The Castaways / Glenn Ingram
25. (-) DEVIL WITH THE BLUE DRESS/GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLY Mitch Rider And The Detroit Wheels
26. (11) SOMEWHERE, MY LOVE (LARA’S THEME) Ray Conniff And The Singers
27. (16) RIVER DEEP MOUNTAIN HIGH Ike And Tina Turner
28. (24) GIRL ON A SWING Gerry And The Pacemakerrs
29. (36) I DON’T CARE Los Bravos
30. (-) HURRAY FOR HAZEL Tommy Roe
31. (35) WHAT A PARTY Tom Jones
32. (7) LAST TRAIN TO CLARKESVILLE The Monkees
33. (6) BORN A WOMAN Sandy Posey / Judy Stone
34. (15) HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER, BABY? The Rolling Stones
35. (-) THE HAIR ON MY CHINNY CHIN CHIN Sam The Sham And The Pharoahs
36. (-) HIGH TIME Paul Jones
37. (-) WHY DON’T WOMEN LIKE ME? Clinton Ford
38. (37) MY LITTLE BROWN EYES Crispian St. Peters
39. (20) YELLOW SUBMARINE/ELEANOR RIGBY The Beatles
40. (-) SEMI-DETACHED SUBURBAN MR. JAMES Manfred Mann
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