List of number-one singles of 1964 (Canada)

This is a list of the weekly Canadian RPM magazine[n 1] number one Top Singles chart of 1964.[n 2]

Canada denotes Canadian Content.

Volume:Issue Issue Date(s) Weeks on Top Single Artist
1:18 22 June 1 "Chapel of Love" The Dixie Cups
1:19 29 June 1 "I Get Around" The Beach Boys
1:20 6 July 1 "Memphis" Johnny Rivers
1:21-24 13 July - 04 August 4 "Rag Doll" The Four Seasons
1:25 11 August 1 "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena" Jan and Dean
1:26 17 August 1 "A Hard Day's Night" The Beatles
2:1 1 September 1 "Where Did Our Love Go" The Supremes
2:2 8 September 1 "House of the Rising Sun" The Animals
2:3 14 September 1 "Bread and Butter" The Newbeats
2:4 21 September 1 "Save It For Me" The Four Seasons
2:5 28 September 1 "Oh, Pretty Woman" Roy Orbison
2:6-7 5 October - 12 October 2 "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" Manfred Mann
2:8-9 19 October - 26 October 2 "When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)" The Beach Boys
2:10-11 2 November - 9 November 2 "Have I The Right" The Honeycombs
2:12-13 16 November - 23 November 2 "Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby" Elvis Presley
2:14 30 November 1 "Come A Little Bit Closer" Jay and the Americans
2:15 7 December 1 "Ringo" Lorne Greene Canada
2:16 14 December 1 "Mr. Lonely" Bobby Vinton
2:17 21 December 1 "(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me" Sandie Shaw
2:18 28 December 1 "I Feel Fine" The Beatles

See also

References

Notes


External links

  • Read about at the AV Trust
  • Search RPM charts Library and Archives Canada

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