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Welsh singer Tom Jones had the best-selling single of the year, 'Green, Green Grass of Home'. The song spent seven weeks at the top spot and thirteen weeks in the top 10 in total. It also went on to be ranked as the 10th biggest-selling song of the 1960s.

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Two years after he was killed in a plane crash, American country music singer Jim Reeves posthumously achieved his only UK number-one single in September of this year with 'Distant Drums', which spent five weeks at the top spot.
1966 proved to be a very successful year for The Beach Boys, who achieved four consecutive UK top 10 entries, all making the top three. The most successful of these was 'Good Vibrations', which reached number-one in November.

The UK Singles Chart is one of many music charts compiled by the Official Charts Company that calculates the best-selling singles of the week in the United Kingdom.[1] Before 2004, the chart was only based on the sales of physical singles.[2][3] This list shows singles that peaked in the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart during 1966, as well as singles which peaked in 1965 and 1967 but were in the top 10 in 1966. The entry date is when the single appeared in the top 10 for the first time (week ending, as published by the Official Charts Company, which is six days after the chart is announced).

One-hundred and nineteen singles were in the top ten in 1966. Ten singles from 1965 remained in the top 10 for several weeks at the beginning of the year, while 'Save Me' by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, 'Sunshine Superman' by Donovan and 'What Becomes of the Brokenhearted' by Jimmy Ruffin were all released in 1966 but did not reach their peak until 1967. 'Let's Hang On!' by The Four Seasons featuring Frankie Valli, and 'My Ship Is Comin' In' by The Walker Brothers were the singles from 1965 to reach their peak in 1966. Twenty-eight artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in 1966. The Four Tops, Ike & Tina Turner, Nancy Sinatra, Small Faces and The Spencer Davis Group were among the many artists who achieved their first UK charting top 10 single in 1966.

The 1965 Christmas number-one, 'Day Tripper'/'We Can Work It Out' by The Beatles, remained at number one for the first three weeks of 1966. The first new number-one single of the year was 'Keep On Running' by The Spencer Davis Group. Overall, twenty different singles peaked at number-one in 1966, with The Spencer Davis Group and The Beatles (2) having the joint most singles hit that position.

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Multiple entries[edit]

One-hundred and nineteen singles charted in the top 10 in 1966, with one-hundred and eight singles reaching their peak this year. 'Elusive Butterfly' was recorded by Bob Lind and Val Doonican and both versions reached the top 10.

Twenty-eight artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in 1966. The Beach Boys, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, The Kinks and Small Faces shared the record for most top 10 hits in 1966 with four hit singles each.

The Walker Brothers were one of a number of artists with two top-ten entries, including the number-one single 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore'. Crispian St. Peters, Herman's Hermits, Petula Clark, The Supremes and Val Doonican were among the other artists who had multiple top 10 entries in 1966.

Chart debuts[edit]

Thirty artists achieved their first top 10 single in 1966, either as a lead or featured artist. Of these, three went on to record another hit single that year: Crispian St. Peters, Lee Dorsey and The Lovin' Spoonful. The Spencer Davis Group and The Troggs both had two more top 10 singles in 1966. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich and Small Faces each had three other entries in their breakthrough year.

The following table (collapsed on desktop site) does not include acts who had previously charted as part of a group and secured their first top 10 solo single.

ArtistNumber of top 10sFirst entryChart positionOther entries
The Spencer Davis Group3'Keep on Running'1'Somebody Help Me' (1), 'Gimme Some Lovin' (2)
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass1'Spanish Flea'3
The Overlanders1'Michelle'1
Crispian St. Peters2'You Were on My Mind'2'The Pied Piper' (5)
Nancy Sinatra1'These Boots Are Made for Walkin'1
Pinkerton's Assorted Colours1'Mirror, Mirror'9
Small Faces4'Sha-La-La-La-Lee'3'Hey Girl' (10), 'All or Nothing' (1), 'My Mind's Eye' (4)
Eddy Arnold1'Make the World Go Away'8
Bob Lind1'Elusive Butterfly'5
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich4'Hold Tight!'4'Hideaway' (10), 'Bend It!' (2), Save Me (3) [A]
The Alan Price Set1'I Put a Spell on You'9
The Lovin' Spoonful2'Daydream'2'Summer in the City' (8)
Simon & Garfunkel1'Homeward Bound'9
Roy 'C'1'Shotgun Wedding'6
The Troggs3'Wild Thing'2'With a Girl Like You' (1), 'I Can't Control Myself' (2)
The Merseys1'Sorrow'4
The Mamas & the Papas1'Monday, Monday'3
Percy Sledge1'When a Man Loves a Woman'4'—
Ike & Tina Turner1'River Deep – Mountain High'3
Chris Farlowe1'Out of Time'1
Los Bravos1'Black Is Black'2
Napoleon XIV1'They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!'4
David and Jonathan1'Lovers of the World Unite'7
Lee Dorsey2'Working in the Coal Mine'8'Holy Cow' (6)
The New Vaudeville Band1'Winchester Cathedral'4
The Sandpipers1'Guantanamera'7
The Four Tops1'Reach Out I'll Be There'1
Paul Jones1'High Times'4
The Easybeats1'Friday on My Mind'6
Jimmy Ruffin1'What Becomes of the Brokenhearted' [B]1

Alan Price was the original keyboardist for The Animals, leaving in 1965 after the group had broken through with two top 10 hits, including number-one single 'House of the Rising Sun'. He went on to have a solo career and charted with his own band The Alan Price Set in 1966.

The Merseys were an offshoot of the group The Merseybeats, created by former members Tony Crane and Billy Kinsley. 'Sorrow' was their only hit single as a duo before they folded in 1968.

Songs from films[edit]

Original songs from various films entered the top 10 throughout the year. These included 'Alfie' (from Alfie), 'Strangers in the Night' (A Man Could Get Killed) and 'Yellow Submarine' (Yellow Submarine in 1968).

Additionally, the original version of 'Love Letters' was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song after being used in the film of the same name (losing out to 'It Might As Well Be Spring' from State Fair). 'The More I See You' was first sung by Dick Haymes in the 1945 film Diamond Horseshoe.

Best-selling singles[edit]

Until 1970 there was no universally recognised year-end best-sellers list. However in 2011 the Official Charts Company released a list of the best-selling single of each year in chart history from 1952 to date. According to the list, 'Green, Green Grass of Home' by Tom Jones is officially recorded as the biggest-selling single of 1966. 'Green, Green Grass of Home' (10) ranked in the top 10 best-selling singles of the decade.

Top-ten singles[edit]

Single peaked in 1965 but still in chart in 1966.
Single released in 1966 but peaked in 1967.
(#)Year-end best-selling singles.
EnteredThe date that the single first appeared in the chart.
PeakHighest position that the single reached in the UK Singles Chart.
(week ending)
SingleArtistPeakPeak reached
(week ending)
Singles in 1965
22 September 196517'Tears' ‡Ken Dodd16 October 19655
17 November 196511'The Carnival Is Over' ‡The Seekers11 December 19653
24 November 19657'My Generation' ‡The Who21 December 19652
7'1-2-3' ‡Len Barry38 December 19651
1 December 19659'Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)' ‡Cliff Richard222 December 19653
8 December 19655'A Lover's Concerto' ‡The Toys58 December 19652
15 December 19659'Day Tripper'/'We Can Work It Out' ‡The Beatles122 December 19655
8'The River (Le Colline Sono In Fiore)' ‡Ken Dodd329 December 19652
22 December 19658'My Ship Is Comin' In'The Walker Brothers326 January 19661
29 December 19657'Let's Hang On'The Four Seasons featuring Frankie Valli426 January 19661
Singles in 1966
12 January 19667'Keep On Running'The Spencer Davis Group126 January 19661
2'Merry Gentle Pops'The Barron Knights with Duke D'Mond912 January 19661
5'Till the End of the Day'The Kinks819 January 19662
19 January 19665'A Must to Avoid'Herman's Hermits62 February 19662
26 January 19668'Spanish Flea'Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass32 February 19663
2 February 19664'Michelle'The Overlanders12 February 19663
6'You Were on My Mind'Crispian St. Peters216 February 19661
9 February 19664'Love's Just a Broken Heart (L'Amour Est Ce Qu'il Est)'Cilla Black59 February 19662
16 February 19666'These Boots Are Made for Walkin'Nancy Sinatra123 February 19664
7'A Groovy Kind of Love'The Mindbenders216 March 19661
2'Mirror, Mirror'Pinkerton's Assorted Colours916 February 19661
1'Like a Baby'Len Barry1016 February 19661
23 February 19664'19th Nervous Breakdown'The Rolling Stones223 February 19663
2'Tomorrow'Sandie Shaw923 February 19662
2 March 19663'My Love'Petula Clark49 March 19661
6'Sha-La-La-La-Lee'Small Faces323 March 19661
6'Barbara Ann'The Beach Boys316 March 19661
9 March 19664'Backstage'Gene Pitney416 March 19661
6'Make the World Go Away' [C]Eddy Arnold86 April 19662
16 March 19665'I Can't Let Go'The Hollies223 March 19663
7'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore'The Walker Brothers123 March 19664
23 March 19664'Shapes of Things'The Yardbirds330 March 19662
5'Dedicated Follower of Fashion'The Kinks46 April 19662
30 March 19664'Elusive Butterfly'Bob Lind56 April 19662
6 April 19664'Elusive Butterfly'Val Doonican527 April 19661
5'Somebody Help Me'The Spencer Davis Group120 April 19662
13 April 19666'Hold Tight!'Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich420 April 19662
6'The Sound of Silence'The Bachelors320 April 19662
20 April 19662'Substitute'The Who520 April 19661
6'You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (Io Che Non Vivo Senza Te)'Dusty Springfield14 May 19661
27 April 19664'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)'Cher311 May 19661
2'I Put a Spell on You'The Alan Price Set927 April 19662
5'The Pied Piper'Crispian St. Peters518 May 19661
4 May 19665'Pretty Flamingo'Manfred Mann111 May 19663
4'Daydream'The Lovin' Spoonful211 May 19662
2'Alfie'Cilla Black911 May 19661
11 May 19666'Sloop John B'The Beach Boys225 May 19661
2'Homeward Bound'Simon & Garfunkel918 May 19661
18 May 19663'Shotgun Wedding'Roy 'C'625 May 19661
25 May 19665'Wild Thing'The Troggs21 June 19661
5'Paint It, Black'The Rolling Stones11 June 19661
6'Sorrow'The Merseys48 June 19663
4'Rainy Day Women #12 & 35'Bob Dylan78 June 19661
1 June 19668'Strangers in the Night'Frank Sinatra18 June 19663
6'Monday, Monday'The Mamas & the Papas322 June 19662
2'Hey Girl'Small Faces101 June 19662
8 June 19663'Promises'Ken Dodd615 June 19661
6'When a Man Loves a Woman'Percy Sledge429 June 19661
15 June 19663'Don't Bring Me Down'The Animals629 June 19661
22 June 19665'Paperback Writer'The Beatles129 June 19662
2'Over Under Sideways Down'The Yardbirds1022 June 19662
29 June 19667'Sunny Afternoon'The Kinks113 July 19662
3'Don't Answer Me (Ti Vedo Uscire)'Cilla Black66 July 19661
6'River Deep, Mountain High'Ike & Tina Turner313 July 19662
6 July 19664'Nobody Needs Your Love'Gene Pitney220 July 19661
4'Bus Stop'The Hollies520 July 19661
3'Hideaway'Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich106 July 19663
13 July 19665'Getaway'Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames127 July 19661
20 July 19665'I Couldn't Live Without Your Love'Petula Clark63 August 19661
6'Out of Time'Chris Farlowe13 August 19661
27 July 19666'Black Is Black'Los Bravos23 August 19661
4'Love Letters'Elvis Presley610 August 19661
8'With a Girl Like You'The Troggs110 August 19662
3 August 19665'The More I See You'Chris Montez317 August 19661
2'Goin' Back'Dusty Springfield103 August 19662
10 August 19666'Mama'Dave Berry524 August 19662
17 August 19667'God Only Knows'The Beach Boys231 August 19662
8'Yellow Submarine'/'Eleanor Rigby'The Beatles124 August 19664
3'Summer in the City' [D]The Lovin' Spoonful824 August 19661
24 August 19663'Visions'Cliff Richard724 August 19663
5'They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!'Napoleon XIV431 August 19663
31 August 19666'All or Nothing'Small Faces121 September 19661
4'Lovers of the World Unite'David and Jonathan714 September 19661
7 September 19666'Too Soon to Know'Roy Orbison328 September 19661
14 September 196610'Distant Drums' [E]Jim Reeves128 September 19665
3'Working in the Coal Mine'Lee Dorsey821 September 19661
21 September 19662'Got to Get You into My Life'Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers621 September 19661
1'Just Like a Woman'Manfred Mann1021 September 19661
28 September 19666'I'm a Boy'The Who25 October 19661
4'Little Man'Sonny & Cher45 October 19661
5'You Can't Hurry Love'The Supremes35 October 19661
5 October 19666'Bend It!'Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich212 October 19662
7'Winchester Cathedral'The New Vaudeville Band419 October 19661
1'Walk With Me'The Seekers1019 October 19661
12 October 19664'Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?'The Rolling Stones519 October 19661
2'All I See Is You'Dusty Springfield919 October 19661
5'Guantanamera'The Sandpipers719 October 19663
19 October 19666'I Can't Control Myself'The Troggs22 November 19661
26 October 19667'Reach Out I'll Be There'The Four Tops12 November 19663
6'Stop Stop Stop'The Hollies29 November 19662
2 November 19663'No Milk Today'Herman's Hermits79 November 19661
9 November 19665'High Time'Paul Jones416 November 19661
1'Time Drags By'Cliff Richard and The Shadows109 November 19661
16 November 19665'Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James'Manfred Mann223 November 19661
7'Good Vibrations'The Beach Boys123 November 19662
6'Gimme Some Lovin'The Spencer Davis Group230 November 19661
23 November 19664'Holy Cow'Lee Dorsey623 November 19662
2'If I Were a Carpenter'Bobby Darin923 November 19661
30 November 196613'Green, Green Grass of Home' (#1)Tom Jones17 December 19667
8'What Would I Be'Val Doonican221 December 19661
7 December 19665'My Mind's Eye' [F]Small Faces414 December 19662
2'Just One Smile'Gene Pitney814 December 19661
14 December 19669'Morningtown Ride'The Seekers228 December 19663
4'Friday on My Mind'The Easybeats621 December 19661
21 December 19665'Dead End Street'The Kinks528 December 19662
4'You Keep Me Hangin' On'The Supremes828 December 19662
2'What Becomes of the Brokenhearted' ♦ [G]Jimmy Ruffin84 January 19671
28 December 19665'Sunshine Superman' ♦Donovan24 January 19671
5'Save Me' ♦Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich34 January 19671

Entries by artist[edit]

Dusty Springfield had three UK top 10 entries this year, including her only number-one hit, 'You Don't Have to Say You Love Me (Io Che Non Vivo Senza Te)'.
London-born singer Chris Farlowe (pictured in 2010) spent a week at number-one in 1966 with his only UK top 10 entry, a cover of The Rolling Stones' 'Out of Time'.
Los Bravos became the first rock band from Spain to reach the UK charts with their single 'Black Is Black', which lasted six weeks in the top 10, peaking at number two.
US music duo Ike & Tina Turner made their UK chart debut in 1966 with 'River Deep – Mountain High'. The record, written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich and produced by Phil Spector, lasted six weeks in the top 10, peaking at number three. While Tina would achieve major international success as a solo artist following her divorce from Ike in the 1970s, this song gave Ike his highest ever chart placement in the UK.

Skeme millions free mp3 download. The following table shows artists who achieved two or more top 10 entries in 1966, including singles that reached their peak in 1965 or 1967. The figures include both main artists and featured artists. The total number of weeks an artist spent in the top ten in 1966 is also shown.

EntriesArtistCountry of originWeeksSingles
4The Beach BoysUnited States26'Barbara Ann', 'God Only Knows', 'Good Vibrations', 'Sloop John B'
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich[H]United Kingdom19'Bend It!', 'Hideaway', 'Hold Tight!', 'Save Me'
The Kinks19'Dead End Street', 'Dedicated Follower of Fashion', 'Sunny Afternoon', 'Till the End of the Day'
Small Faces18'All or Nothing', 'Hey Girl', 'My Mind's Eye', 'Sha-La-La-La-Lee'
3The Beatles[I]19'Day Tripper'/'We Can Work It Out', 'Paperback Writer', 'Yellow Submarine'/'Eleanor Rigby'
Cilla Black7'Alfie', 'Don't Answer Me (Ti Vedo Uscire)', 'Love's Just a Broken Heart (L'Amour Est Ce Qu'il Est)'
Cliff Richard[I]8'Time Drags By', 'Visions', 'Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)'
Dusty Springfield10'All I See Is You', 'Goin' Back', 'You Don't Have to Say You Love Me (Io Che Non Vivo Senza Te)'
Gene PitneyUnited States10'Backstage', 'Just One Smile', 'Nobody Needs Your Love'
The HolliesUnited Kingdom15'Bus Stop', 'I Can't Let Go', 'Stop Stop Stop'
Ken Dodd[I]10'Promises', 'Tears', 'The River (Le Colline Sono In Fiore)'
Manfred Mann11'Just Like a Woman', 'Pretty Flamingo', 'Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James'
The Rolling Stones13'19th Nervous Breakdown', 'Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?', 'Paint It Black'
The Seekers[I]Australia8'Morningtown Ride', 'The Carnival Is Over', 'Walk with Me'
The Spencer Davis GroupUnited Kingdom18'Gimme Some Lovin', 'Keep on Running', 'Somebody Help Me'
The Troggs19'I Can't Control Myself', 'Wild Thing', 'With a Girl Like You'
The Who[I]9'I'm a Boy', 'My Generation', 'Substitute'
2Crispian St. Peters11'The Pied Piper', 'You Were on My Mind'
Herman's Hermits8'A Must to Avoid', 'No Milk Today'
Lee DorseyUnited States7'Holy Cow', 'Working in the Coal Mine'
Len Barry[I]2'1-2-3', 'Like a Baby'
The Lovin' Spoonful7'Daydream', 'Summer in the City'
Petula ClarkUnited Kingdom8'I Couldn't Live Without Your Love', 'My Love (Petula Clark song)'
The SupremesUnited States7'You Can't Hurry Love', 'You Keep Me Hangin' On'
Val DoonicanIreland9'Elusive Butterfly', 'What Would I Be'
The Walker Brothers[J]United States13'My Ship Is Comin' In', 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)'
The YardbirdsUnited Kingdom6'Over Under Sideways Down', 'Shapes of Things'

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  • a 'Save Me' reached its peak of number three on 4 January 1967 (week ending).
  • b 'What Becomes of the Brokenhearted' reached its peak of number eight on 4 January 1967 (week ending).
  • c 'Make the World Go Away' re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 23 March 1966 (week ending) for 5 weeks.
  • d 'Summer in the City' re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 7 September 1966 (week ending).
  • e 'Distant Drums' was Jim Reeves' only number-one, topping the chart two years after his death.
  • f 'My Mind's Eye' re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 11 January 1967 (week ending).
  • g 'What Becomes of the Brokenhearted' re-entered the top 10 at number 8 on 4 January 1967 (week ending).
  • h Figure includes sing;e that peaked in 1967.
  • i Figure includes single that peaked in 1965.
  • j Figure includes single that first charted in 1965 but peaked in 1966.



  • 'Six decades of singles charts'. The Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 15 February 2018. Retrieved 18 January 2018.


  1. ^'The Official UK Charts Company'. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 1 January 2012.
  2. ^Roberts, David (2005). Guinness World Records: British Hit Singles and Albums (18th edition). Guinness World Records Limited. p. 14. ISBN1-904994-00-8.
  3. ^'New singles formats to save the charts'. BBC News. 16 October 2003. Retrieved 21 February 2010.

External links[edit]

  • 1966 singles chart archive at the Official Charts Company (click on relevant week)
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