|UK Hit Singles and Albums||(An incomplete listing of his hits - if you know of any others please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org)|
The UK at this time was dominated by American acts.
Classic UK Rock Record :-
Shakin' All Over - Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Being a member of Marty Wilde's Band was not a full time job
and so with the help of
Jack Good, producer of the TV Program "Oh Boy", BJS started session work.
This was an excellent move because BJS was uncomfortable with Show Business.
(he was far more comfortable being a Musician)
(but apart from his time with Joe Meek he had little scope to be inventive)
(for sometime he was a Journeyman learning his craft)
BJS was in Eddie Cochran's Band on the fateful tour that ended Eddie's life in April.
He would have bumped into 2is Coffee Club friends
Clem Cattini, Chas Hodges and Ritchie Blackmore at Joe Meek's Holloway Road Studio.
For more details please view BJS's Wikipedia page.
|Date Entered UK Chart||Artist||Title||UK Highest Chart Position||Label||Producer||Guitar Rating||Comments||Did BJS play the lead ?|
|08/01/1960 Friday||Jerry Lordan||Ill Stay Single||26||Parlophone||Ron Richards||Jerry wrote Apache and Atlantis||.|
|15/01/1960 Friday||Little Tony||Too Good||19||Decca||Jack Good||Delightful guitar||.|
|19/02/1960 Friday||Lance Fortune||Be Mine||4||Pye||Joe Meek||Frantic plucking.||.|
|26/02/1960 Friday||Jerry Lordan||Who Could Be Bluer||17||Parlophone||Ron Richards||Did Jim play the main guitar or is he in the background ?||.|
|10/03/1960 Thursday||Marty Wilde||Johnny Rocco||30||Phillips||Johnny Franz||#||.|
|10/03/1960 Thursday||Billy Fury||Colette||9||Decca||Knownman||With Joe Brown.||.|
|05/05/1960 Thursday||Lance Fortune||This Love I Have For You||26||Pye||Joe Meek||Frantic violin playing||.|
|19/05/1960 Thursday||Flee-Rekkers||Green Jeans||23||RGM||Joe Meek||Based on Greensleeves. Tex Cameron was in prison so BJS stepped in.||YES|
|19/05/1960 Thursday||Marty Wilde||The Fight||47||Phillips||Johnny Franz||#||.|
|26/05/1960 Thursday||Tommy Bruce||Ainít Misbehavin||3||Columbia||Knownman||Early Rockney||.|
|26/05/1960 Thursday||Billy Fury||Thatís Love||19||Decca||Knownman||Dramatic piano||.|
|02/06/1960 Thursday||Jerry Lordan||Sing Like An Angel||36||Parlophone||Ron Richards||Solid strumming||.|
|04/06/1960 Saturday||Billy Fury||The Sound Of Fury||18||Decca||.||Album|
|30/06/1960 Thursday||Adam Faith||When Johnny Comes Marching Home||5||Parlophone||John Burgess||Nice flute and horn. Dougie Wright on drums.||.|
|07/07/1960 Thursday||Gary Mills||Look For A Star||7||Top Rank||Bunny Lewis||Average||.|
|25/08/1960 Thursday||Nelson Keene||Image Of A Girl||37||HMV||.||Mark Wynter had the bigger hit.||.|
|08/09/1960 Thursday||Tommy Bruce||Broken Doll||36||Columbia||Knownman||Rubbish||.|
|15/09/1960 Thursday||Adam Faith||How About That||4||Parlophone||John Burgess||Strings. Dougie Wright on drums.||.|
|22/09/1960 Thursday||Billy Fury||Wondrous Place||25||Decca||Knownman||Toyota Yaris TV Commercial||.|
|06/10/1960 Thursday||Johnny Kidd||Restless||22||HMV||Walter Ridley||BJS's contribution is disputed.||.|
|13/10/1960 Thursday||Manuel And His Music Of The Mountains||Never On A Sunday||29||Columbia||.||Famous Film||.|
|20/10/1960 Thursday||Gary Mills||Top Teen Baby||24||Top Rank||Bunny Lewis||Dated||.|
|20/10/1960 Thursday||Lyn Cornell||Never On A Sunday||30||Decca||.||Lyn was a Vernon Girl who became a Pearl in the 1970s.||.|
|27/10/1960 Thursday||Frankie Vaughan||Milord||34||Phillips||Johnny Franz||#||.|
|10/11/1960 Thursday||Peter Sellers And Sophia Loren||Goodness Gracious Me||4||Parlophone||George Martin||George produced lots of comedy records before he met "The Boys".||.|
|17/11/1960 Thursday||Adam Faith||Lonely Pup||4||Parlophone||John Burgess||Bells and strings. Dougie Wright on drums.||.|
|03/12/1960 Saturday||Peter Sellers And Sophia Loren||Peter And Sophia||5||Parlophone||George Martin||Album|
|22/12/1960 Thursday||Marty Wilde||Little Girl||16||Phillips||Johnny Franz||Energetic guitar playing.||.|
|22/12/1960 Thursday||Mike Preston||Togetherness||41||Decca||.||Dramatic violins.||.|