Australian-Charts-EP.18 1963 Pt.2
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Heading to the winter of '63, we'll hear some moments of historical significance and some moments of oddness! The first chart success for The Bee Gees, The Battle of The Blue and The Grey, and Barry Gibb's first chart success as a composer for another artist, Col Joye's Starlight of Love, provide the historically significant moments. Darryl Stewart, star of Bobby Limb's Sound of Music, provides the oddness with, I Watch The Surf, the vocal version of The Denvermen's Surfside! Johnny O'Keefe hits with another double-sided No. 1, Move Baby Move/You'll Never Cherish a Love So True. Jay Justin reaches No. 4 with his biggest-ever hit, Proud of You. And, plenty for instrumental fans, with chart entries from Rob E.G., The Phantoms, The Denvermen, The Vibratones (genesis of The Aztecs) and plenty more: Enjoy!

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