List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1964 (U.S.)

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This is a list of songs that have charted in the top ten of the Billboard Adult Contemporary in 1964.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1964
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Singles from 1963
December 7 "There! I've Said It Again" Bobby Vinton 1 January 4 11 [1][2]
December 14 "Popsicles and Icicles" The Murmaids 2 January 11 9 [3][4]
"Talk Back Trembling Lips" Johnny Tillotson 6 January 4 6 [3][2]
December 21 "Midnight Mary" Joey Powers 7 January 4 5 [5][2]
December 28 "Forget Him" Bobby Rydell 3 January 18 8 [6][7]
Singles from 1964
January 4 "As Usual" Brenda Lee 5 January 25 6 [2][8]
January 11 "Pretty Paper" Roy Orbison 10 January 11 1 [4]
January 18 "Whispering" Nino Tempo & April Stevens 4 January 25 4 [7][8]
"Anyone Who Had a Heart" Dionne Warwick 2 February 1 7 [7][9]
January 25 "For You" Ricky Nelson 1 February 8 7 [8][10]
"That Lucky Old Sun" Ray Charles 10 January 25 1 [8]
February 1 "Somewhere" The Tymes 8 February 1 2 [9]
"A Fool Never Learns" Andy Williams 4 February 15 6 [9][11]
"Java" Al Hirt 1 February 22 12 [9][12]
February 15 "Stop and Think It Over" Dale & Grace 3 February 29 6 [11][13]
"Navy Blue" Diane Renay 1 March 21 8 [11][14]
"See the Funny Little Clown" Bobby Goldsboro 3 March 14 7 [11][15]
"It's All in the Game" Cliff Richard 10 February 15 2 [11]
February 22 "I Love You More and More Every Day" Al Martino 3 March 21 7 [12][14]
"The Shelter of Your Arms" Sammy Davis Jr. 6 March 7 6 [12][16]
February 29 "I Wish You Love" Gloria Lynne 9 March 7 3 [13][16]
March 7 "Hello, Dolly!" Louis Armstrong 1 March 28 19 [16][17]
March 14 "My Heart Belongs to Only You" Bobby Vinton 2 March 28 7 [15][17]
"Blue Winter" Connie Francis 7 March 21 5 [15][14]
March 21 "Stardust" Nino Tempo & April Stevens 10 March 21 1 [14]
March 28 "Don't Let the Rain Come Down (Crooked Little Man)" The Serendipity Singers 2 April 11 9 [17][18]
"Think" Brenda Lee 4 April 11 5 [17][18]
April 4 "Tell It on the Mountain" Peter, Paul & Mary 7 April 11 3 [19][18]
"White on White" Danny Williams 3 April 18 9 [19][20]
April 11 "Ebb Tide" Lenny Welch 6 May 2 5 [18][21]
"Forever" Pete Drake 5 May 2 5 [18][21]
April 18 "Shangri-La" Robert Maxwell his Harp and Orchestra 4 May 2 7 [20][21]
April 25 "Shangri-La" Vic Dana 8 May 2 5 [22][21]
"Cotton Candy"[A] Al Hirt 3 May 30 7 [22][23]
May 2 "Love Me With All Your Heart" The Ray Charles Singers 1 May 30 12 [21][23]
"Charade" Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra 10 May 2 1 [21]
May 9 "Little Children" Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas 6 May 9 2 [24]
"The Pink Panther Theme" Henry Mancini and his Orchestra 10 May 9 2 [24]
May 16 "Walk on By" Dionne Warwick 7 May 16 1 [25]
May 23 "I Don't Want to Be Hurt Anymore" Nat King Cole 6 May 30 4 [26][23]
"People" Barbara Streisand 1 June 27 12 [26][27]
"Diane" The Bachelors 3 June 20 8 [26][28]
May 30 "Today" The New Christy Minstrels 4 July 11 7 [23][29]
"Tell Me Why" Bobby Vinton 3 June 27 6 [23][27]
June 6 "Be Anything (but Be Mine)" Connie Francis 9 June 6 3 [30]
"Tears and Roses" Al Martino 7 June 20 5 [30][28]
June 20 "I'll Touch a Star" Terry Stafford 4 July 4 4 [28][31]
"Beans in My Ears" The Serendipity Singers 5 July 11 4 [28][29]
June 27 "The Girl From Ipanema" Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto 1 July 18 9 [27][32]
July 11 "Everybody Loves Somebody" Dean Martin 1 August 1 13 [29][33]
"(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am" Nancy Wilson 2 August 15 6 [29][34]
July 18 "You're My World" Cilla Black 4 August 8 5 [32][35]
"I Still Get Jealous" Louis Armstrong 7 July 18 3 [32]
"Alone With You" Brenda Lee 8 July 18 1 [32]
"The World I Used To Know" Jimmie Rodgers 9 July 18 2 [32]
"I Believe" The Bachelors 7 August 8 5 [32][35]
July 25 "Al-di-la" The Ray Charles Singers 4 August 15 4 [36][34]
"Sugar Lips" Al Hirt 3 August 22 5 [36][37]
August 1 "I Want To Hold Your Hand" Arthur Fiedler 10 August 1 2 [33]
August 8 "In the Misty Moonlight" Jerry Wallace 2 August 22 9 [35][37]
August 15 "A Tear Fell" Ray Charles 6 August 22 3 [34][37]
"Worry"[B] Johnny Tillotson 5 August 29 5 [34][38]
August 22 "Clinging Vine" Bobby Vinton 2 August 29 6 [37][38]
"Love Is All We Need" Vic Dana 7 August 22 1 [37]
"No One To Cry To" Ray Charles 8 August 22 1 [37]
"Ringo's Theme (This Boy)" George Martin & his Orchestra 7 August 29 3 [37][38]
"Hello, Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp)" Allan Sherman 9 August 29 2 [37][38]
August 29 "We'll Sing in the Sunshine" Gale Garnett 1 September 26 14 [38][39]
"Always Together" Al Martino 4 October 3 6 [38][40]
"Invisible Tears" The Ray Conniff Singers 10 August 29 2 [38]
September 5 "Wishin' and Hopin'" Dusty Springfield 4 September 5 2 [41]
"When You Loved Me" Brenda Lee 8 September 5 3 [41]
September 12 "A Summer Song" Chad & Jeremy 2 October 3 10 [42][40]
"Michael" Trini Lopez 7 September 19 4 [42][43]
September 19 "On The Street Where You Live" Andy Williams 3 October 10 7 [43][44]
September 26 "Softly, as I Leave You" Frank Sinatra 4 October 10 8 [39][44]
"Funny Girl" Barbara Streisand 6 October 10 7 [39][44]
October 3 "I Don't Want To See Tomorrow" Nat King Cole 5 October 31 7 [40][45]
October 10 "The Door Is Still Open to My Heart" Dean Martin 1 November 7 9 [44][46]
"Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" Tony Bennett 3 November 28 9 [44][47]
"I Wanna Be With You" Nancy Wilson 9 October 10 1 [44]
"The James Bond Theme"[C] Billy Strange 10 October 10 2 [44]
October 17 "Cousin of Mine" Sam Cooke 7 October 17 1 [48]
"I Don't Want to See You Again" Peter & Gordon 9 October 17 1 [48]
October 24 "So Long Dearie" Louis Armstrong 9 October 24 3 [49]
October 31 "Ringo" Lorne Greene 1 November 21 12 [45][50]
November 7 "She Understands Me" Johnny Tillotson 4 December 5 8 [46][51]
November 14 "We Could" Al Martino 6 December 12 5 [52][53]
"Amore Scusami" Robert Goulet 2 December 5 12 [52][51]
November 21 "Mr. Lonely" Bobby Vinton 3 November 21 1 [50]
"Four Strong Winds" Bobby Bare 9 November 21 2 [50]
"One More Time"[D] The Ray Charles Singers 7 December 12 7 [50][53]

1963 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1964 which peaked in 1963
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November 16 "Dominique" Sœur Sourire 1 December 7 11 [54][1]
November 23 "Since I Fell for You" Lenny Welch 3 December 28 10 [55][6]
November 30 "Wives and Lovers" Jack Jones 9 December 21 5 [56][5]
December 7 "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry" The Caravelles 2 December 21 5 [1][5]

1965 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1964 which peaked in 1965
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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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November 28 "The Wedding" Julie Rodgers 1 January 2 10 [47][57]
"Willow Weep for Me" Chad & Jeremy 1 January 23 11 [47][58]
December 5 "Dear Heart" Andy Williams 2 January 23 10 [51][58]
December 12 "Dear Heart" Jack Jones 6 January 2 8 [53][57]
"Walk Away" Matt Monro 5 January 9 7 [53][59]
December 19 "Hawaii Tattoo" The Waikikis 8 January 16 6 [60][61]

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending May 16, 1964.[25]

B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending August 29, 1964.[38]

C The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending October 24, 1964.[49]

D The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending December 5, 1964.[51]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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