|1964, Sandie Shaw had her first UK No.1 single with the Burt Bacharach song '(There's) Always|
Some Thing There To Remind Me'.
|1964, The Who, then known as The High Numbers, receive a letter from EMI Records, asking them |
for original material after their recent audition for the company.
1966, The Supremes had their first US No.1 album with 'The Supremes a Go Go', knocking
The Beatles 'Revolver', from the top of the charts.
1966, The Beach Boys 'Good Vibrations' made its debut on the US singles chart. Written by
Brian Wilson and Mike Love, the track was recorded over 6 weeks in four different Los Angeles studios,
at a cost of over $16,000. The recording engineer would later say that the last take sounded exactly
like the first, six months earlier. The record would reach No.1 on the US charts in December 1966