8 February 1967

Go-Set’s National Top 40

The 8th of February 1967

#1: Tom Jones

Green, Green Grass Of Home

A country song written by Curly Putman, Green, Green Grass of Home became an intenational number 1 hit for Tom Jones.

1. (1) GREEN, GREEN GRASS OF HOME Tom Jones 9
2. (3) IT’S NOT EASY Normie Rowe 7
3. (2) OOH LA LA Normie Rowe 10
4. (7) KNIGHT IN RUSTY ARMOUR Peter And Gordon 7
5. (6) SINGLE GIRL Sandy Posey 7
6. (5) FRIDAY ON MY MIND The Easybeats 10
7. (4) GOOD VIBRATIONS Beach Boys 10
8. (12) WHEN WILL I BE LOVED?/KISS ME NOW Johnny Young 4
9. (10) I’M A BELIEVER The Monkees 4
10. (14) COALMAN Ronnie Burns 4
11. (13) COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN Roy Orbison 5
12. (22) SNOOPY vs. THE RED BARON The Royal Guardsmen 3
13. (8) LET IT BE ME (E.P.) Johnny Young 10
14. (9) MELLOW YELLOW Donovan 9
15. (16) WORDS OF LOVE/DANCING IN THE STREET Mamas And Papas 3
16. (20) WHAT AM I DOING HERE WITH YOU? Bev Harrell 4
17. (19) SUMMER WINE/SUGAR TOWN Nancy Sinatra 5
18. (18) OH MONAH The Cherokees 5
19. (27) GEORGY GIRL The Seekers 2
20. (24) SAD DARK EYES The Loved Ones 3
21. (35) IN THE COUNTRY Cliff Richard 3
22. (28) GIMME SOME LOVIN’ Spencer Davis Group 2
23. (11) NO MILK TODAY Herman’s Hermits 10
24. (17) HELP ME GIRL Eric Burdon 4
25. (33) BIG TIME OPERATOR The Id 3
26. (39) HAPPY JACK The Who 2
27. (25) SKYE BOAT SONG Peter Nelson & The Castaways / Glenn Ingram 10
28. (15) WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL The New Vaudeville Band 15
29. (21) SPICKS AND SPECKS Bee Gees 16
30. (26) SPIN OUT Elvis Presley 4
31. (31) YOU GOT SOUL The Twilights 4
32. (32) I’M A BOY The Who 14
33. (29) THE BOSS’ DAUGHTER Gene Pitney 10
34. (36) BLUEBERRY HILL (E.P.) The Loved Ones 8
35. (23) SORRY The Easybeats 13
36. (34) YOUR EVER CHANGIN’ MIND Crispian St. Peters 4
37. (30) WHY DON’T WOMEN LIKE ME? Clinton Ford 10
38. (-) RIVER DEEP MOUNTAIN HIGH Ike And Tina Turner 11
39. (-) SAVE ME Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick And Tich 1
40. (-) A LOVE LIKE YOURS Ike And Tina Turner 1
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