Main content
Sorry, this episode is not currently available

Keeping It Private

Eight is Henry Ayrton's magic number this weekend with songs that reached number eight in the American charts during 1963 and 1964 - including Ray Charles and The Miracles.

Eight Hits A Month: number eight US hits from 1963 and 1964 by the likes of Ray Charles, The Miracles, and Shirley Ellis.

The A-Z Of R&B Number Fives: this month finishing off the letter “M” - which will stand for Martha And The Vandellas, The Mills Brothers, The Moonglows, and others.

Keeping It Private: The Olympics, Dion And The Belmonts, and Bob Luman will be some of those sworn to secrecy.

And Gary "U.S." Bonds, The Orlons, and Jackie Trent will be among the singers featured in a selection of New Record Releases Of July 1962.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Ray Charles

    Take These Chains From My Heart

  • Major Lance

    The Monkey Time

  • The Miracles

    Mickey's Monkey

  • Elvis Presley

    Bossa Nova Baby

  • Martha Reeves and The Vandellas


  • Shirley Ellis

    The Nitty Gritty

  • Dionne Warwick

    Anyone Who Had A Heart

  • Martha Reeves and The Vandellas

    Nowhere To Run

  • The Marvelettes

    Too Many Fish In The Sea

  • Amos Milburn

    Tears, Tears, Tears

  • The Mills Brothers

    You Always Hurt The One You Love

  • Roy Milton & His Solid Senders

    Everything I Do Is Wrong

  • The Miracles

    More Love

  • The Moonglows

    Most Of All

  • The Wailers

    Mau Mau

  • Garnet Mimms & The Enchanters

    Baby, Don't You Weep

  • Cannonball Adderley


  • Dion And The Belmomts

    My Private Joy

  • Bob Luman

    Private Eye

  • The Olympics

    Private Eye

  • Shirley Matthews And The Big Town Girls

    Private Property

  • Judy Clay & William Bell

    Private Number

  • Gary “U.S.” Bonds

    Seven Day Weekend

  • The Isley Brothers

    Twist And Shout

  • Tony Orlando


  • The Orlons

    The Wah-Watusi

  • Susan Singer

    Johnny Summertime

  • Jackie Trent

    The One Who Really Loves You

  • Buddy Knox

    She's Gone

  • Red Garland

    Your Red Wagon