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A World Of Her Own

The Chrys-Do-Lyns break up in 1965 and Lyn Paul goes solo. Lyn, who is just sixteen, is not going to find it easy to break through, joining a number of other young hopefuls such as Suzy Cope, Julie Grant, Susan Holliday and Patsy Ann Noble.

Although Sandie Shaw and Jackie Trent score number 1 hits in 1965 and Cilla Black makes it to number 2 with her version of The Righteous Brothers' classic You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', other women singers are less successful. Established singers find it hard to keep up with the changing musical trends. Helen Shapiro's chart run had come to an end the previous year, as had Doris Day's. Petula Clark barely makes it into the Top 20. Even comparative newcomers like Lulu and Dusty Springfield only just make it into the Top 10.

Among the groups making their début on the British charts in 1965 are The Seekers. They score number one hit singles with I'll Never Find Another You (Columbia DB 7431) and The Carnival Is Over (Columbia DB 7711). Sandwiched between them is their second hit, A World Of Our Own (Columbia DB 7532), which reaches number 3. Within five years Lyn is to feature in the history of The Seekers and 21 years later she will re-record The Carnival Is Over for a K-Tel compilation of number one hits.

The Seekers.

The Seekers
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Patrick's Judith Durham:
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The emergence of The Seekers is timely, coinciding as it does with the break up of the The Springfields. The Springfields - Dusty, her brother Tom and Mike Hurst - had called it a day in October 1963 when Dusty branched out on her own. Tom needed to find an outlet for his talents and when he discovered The Seekers (they had supported Dusty Springfield at a Blackpool charity show in 1964) he could see their potential. Tom Springfield wrote all three of The Seekers' 1965 hit singles and would provide them with two further top ten hits -.Walk With Me (Columbia DB 8000) and Georgy Girl (Columbia DB 8134).

In 1972 Lyn Paul would record a very different version of Georgy Girl with the New Seekers. Featured on their album We'd Like To Teach The World To Sing, the New Seekers interpreted the song as a ballad and interwove it with The Beatles' 1965 hit Ticket To Ride. As Marty Kristian put it when he Introduced the song at the New Seekers' 1972 Royal Albert Hall concert:

"The original Seekers had a great many hits in their time and one that springs to mind is a song called 'Georgy Girl' but we've recently added a few odds and ends to it."

Whilst acknowledging the New Seekers' inheritance from the original Seekers, Lyn and the other members of the group were also keen to bring something "new" to the tradition. Georgy Girl / Ticket To Ride emphasized their determination to distinguish themselves from the folksy sound of The Springfields and The Seekers - at once a tribute to their predecessors but also a clear sign that they were moving on to pastures new.


In July The Fortunes have the first of five UK hit singles with You've Got Your Troubles (Decca F12173). The song also marks the chart début of songwriters Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway, who will later write I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing for the New Seekers and It Oughta Sell A Million for Lyn Paul.

Lyn's favourite from 1965, however, is a number 1 from earlier in the year - Concrete And Clay by Unit Four Plus Two: Talking about the song in a radio interview in 2009, Lyn said: "I was only sixteen at the time... I was travelling all over the country, doing all these working men's clubs, and it always seemed to be on in the car... when my dad was driving me. I've got very fond memories of that." (Ready Steady Sunday, 3rd May 2009)

On 21st September a young actor by the name of Paul Layton appears on TV in an episode of Danger Man titled You Are Not In Any Trouble, Are You?. Paul later turns his talents from acting to singing and in 1970 becomes a member of the New Seekers, joining the group at the same time as Lyn Paul and Peter Doyle.


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In the News - 1965
Jan T.S. Eliot dies in London on 4th January, aged 76.

On Thursday, 7th January the twin brothers Ronnie and Reggie Kray are remanded into custody on charges of demanding money with menaces from the owner of a Soho club.

The singer and actress Jeanette MacDonald dies from heart failure on 14th January, aged 61.

The Soviet Union carries out an underground nuclear test in Kazakhstan on 15th January. The explosion forms a crater 100 meters deep, which fills with water to create Lake Chagan.

Lyndon B. Johnson is inaugurated as the 36th President of the USA on Friday, 22nd November.

Sir Winston Churchill dies at his home in London on Sunday, 24th January, aged 90. A funeral service, attended by leaders from around the world, is held at St. Paul's Cathedral on 30th January.

On 26th January Hindi replaces English as the official language of India.

Feb The original version of Joe Orton's play Loot premieres at the Theatre Arts, Cambridge on 1st February, starring Kenneth Williams, Ian McShane and Geraldine McEwan.

Spanish forces begin a blockade of Gibraltar on 3rd February.

On 4th February Alaska is hit by an earthquake measuring 8.7 on the Richter scale. It generates a tsunami of about 10.7 metres.

On 8th February the UK government announces a ban on cigarette advertising on television.

Nat 'King' Cole dies of lung cancer on 15th February, aged 45.

Canada flies its new national flag - a red maple leaf design by George Stanley - for the first time on 15th February at an official ceremony held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

On Sunday, 21st February the black nationalist leader Malcolm X is shot dead in New York.

Stan Laurel (of Laurel and Hardy fame) dies on 23rd February, aged 74.

Goldie the golden eagle escapes from Regent's Park Zoo on 28th February while his cage is being cleaned. He is recaptured 12 days later.

Mar Two battalions of US Marines arrive just north of Da Nang, South Vietnam on 8th March, effecting President Lyndon Johnson's previously stated intention of joining the battle against communism "with strength and determination".

On 18th March Russian astronaut Aleksei Leonov becomes the first man to "walk" (and somersault) in space.

On 20th March France Gall wins the Eurovision Song Contest for Luxembourg with the song Poupée de Cire, Poupée de Son. For the second year running the UK entry finishes in second place, on this occasion Kathy Kirby singing I Belong.

On 27th March Jeff Beck replaces Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds.

Following outbreaks of racial violence in Selma, Alabama, a protest march led by Dr. Martin Luther King delivers a petition to the State Governor in Montgomery on Sunday, 28th March. Awaiting the marchers are celebrity sympathizers, among them Joan Baez, Harry Belafonte, Sammy Davis Junior, conductor Leonard Bernstein and novelist James Baldwin.

The Viet Cong detonate a car-bomb outside the US embassy in Saigon on 30th March, killing 22 people and injuring 183 others.

Apr My Fair Lady wins the Oscar for Best Picture at the 37th Academy Awards ceremony on 5th April.

On 6th April a jury finds the Kray twins not guilty of running a protection racket.

On 11th April The Seekers perform at the New Musical Express poll winners' concert at London's Wembley Empire Pool. The other acts on the bill are: The Animals, The Beatles, Cilla Black, Donovan, Freddie & the Dreamers, Herman's Hermits, Tom Jones, The Kinks, The Moody Blues, The Rolling Stones and Them.

West Germany pays its 13th and final annual installment of reparations to Israel on 15th April.

Britain's first long-distance footpath, the Pennine Way, is officially opened on Saturday, 24th April.

Luciano Pavarotti makes his début at La Scala, Milan on 28th April in a revival of Franco Zeffirelli's production of La bohème.

At the end of April the British government publishes a White Paper proposing the re-nationalisation of the steel industry.

May Cambodia breaks off diplomatic relations with the USA on 3rd May. The Cambodian government says it holds the USA responsible for the deaths of Cambodian citizens, killed in recent cross-border air strikes by South Vietnam. North Vietnamese guerrillas are allowed to set up bases in Cambodia to continue their campaign against the US-backed government in South Vietnam.

On 7th May the Rhodesian Front led by Ian Smith wins all 50 of the parliamentary seats reserved for whites in elections held in Rhodesia.

17,000 people are killed when monsoon winds hit Bangladesh on 11th May.

West Germany and Israel establish diplomatic relations on 12th May.

On Thursday, 20th May the Home Secretary, Sir Frank Soskice, announces to the House of Commons that the British police are to be equipped with tear-gas guns and grenades for use against armed criminals.

268 miners are killed on 28th May in an explosion and fire at the Dhori coal mine in Dhanbad, India.

June The Beatles are awarded MBEs in The Queen's Birthday Honours List announced on 12th June. The "Fab Four" go to Buckingham Palace to be invested with their medals on Tuesday, 26th October. Several previous recipients return their awards in protest.

On 13th June the Viet Cong defeat the South Vietnamese in the Battle of Dong Xoai.

On 18th June the UK government announces plans to set a blood alcohol limit for drivers. The new Road Safety Bill, which set a limit of 80mg of alcohol in 100cc of blood, was introduced in January 1966.

On 19th June the President of Algeria, Ahmed Ben Bella, is deposed by the chief of the armed forces, Colonel Houari Boumedienne, and his National Revolutionary Council.

Country singer Ira Louvin dies in a car crash on 20th June, aged 41.

July Ronnie Biggs, one of the gang who carried out the Great Train Robbery in August 1963, escapes from Wandsworth Prison on Thursday, 8th July during the prisoners' afternoon exercise session. Biggs had served 15 months of a 30-year jail sentence.

The Swiss mountaineer Yvette Vaucher becomes the first woman to climb the Matterhorn when she reaches the summit on 14th July.

On Thursday, 15th July the US space probe Mariner IV sends back to Earth the first-ever close-up photographs of Mars. The images reveal a landscape of craters and plains, but no signs of life.

The Mont Blanc road tunnel, linking France and Italy, is inaugurated by the French president, Charles de Gaulle, and the Italian President, Giuseppe Saragat on 16th July. It opens to traffic on 19th July.

On Thursday, 22nd July Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones are each found guilty and fined £5 for urinating against a wall at the Francis Service Station in Forest Gate, East London in March.

Bob Dylan gives his first electric concert at the Newport Folk Festival on Sunday, 25th July.

The Maldive Islands gain independence from Britain on 26th July.

Edward Heath is elected leader of the Conservative Party on 27th July. The Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer defeats the shadow Foreign Secretary, Reginald Maudling, and the shadow Transport Minister, Enoch Powell, to succeed Sir Alec Douglas-Home as leader.

The World Premiere of The Beatles' film Help! is held at the London Pavilion Theatre in the West End of London on 29th July.

Cigarette adverts appear on British TV for the last time on 31st July.

Aug President Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act on 6th August in the presence of civil rights leaders. The Act gives the right to vote to black people in the southern States of the USA.

Singapore gains its independence from Malaysia on 9th August.

On Friday, 13th August National Guardsmen are brought in to help the police quell riots in the Watts district of Los Angeles.

The Beatles give a concert at New York's Shea Stadium on 15th August, attended by 55,000 fans.

NASA astronauts Charles 'Pete' Conrad and Gordon Cooper splash down in the Atlantic on 29th August after almost eight days orbiting Earth in Gemini V. The mission sets a new world record for the duration of a crewed spaceflight.

Sep On Monday, 6th September Indian troops cross the border into West Pakistan. After three weeks at war India and Pakistan agree to a UN-sponsored cease-fire.

A small ad appears in New York’s Daily Variety on 8th September, looking for "4 insane boys, age 17–21" to join the world’s first manufactured boy band, The Monkees.

Tennis star Billie Jean Moffitt marries attorney Larry King in Long Beach, California on 17th September.

The British Petroleum Company (BP) strikes oil in the North Sea on 21st September.

A constitutional conference in London (7th - 24th September) on the future of Mauritius ends with a promise of independence in 1966.

The US silent film star Clara Bow dies in Los Angeles, California, on 27th September, aged 60.

On 28th September Fidel Castro offers Cubans the opportunity to emigrate to the USA to join their relatives already living there.

Oct Pope Paul VI makes the first papal visit to the United States, arriving in New York on Monday, 4th October to address the United Nations General Assembly, before later celebrating Mass for 80,000 at Yankee Stadium.

On Friday, 8th October London's Post Office Tower is opened by the Prime Minister, Harold Wilson.

On 28th October Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are charged with the murder of Lesley Ann Downey.

On the same day Pope Paul VI officially proclaims that the crucifixion of Jesus Christ "cannot be charged against all the Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the Jews of today."

Nov A massive power failure on 9th November blacks our New York City, parts of eight north-eastern States and parts of the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

Ian Smith, Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia, issues a Unilateral Declaration of Independence on 11th November. In the UK emergency legislation is rushed through Parliament imposing trade sanctions against Rhodesia.

On 13th November the drama critic Kenneth Tynan uses the word "fuck" in a live television debate on censorship, broadcast on the BBC's late-night satirical show BBC-3. The BBC issues a formal apology. Mrs. Mary Whitehouse, who founded the Clean Up TV campaign in January 1964, writes to The Queen to protest. "I think Kenneth Tynan should have his bottom smacked." On 29th November Mrs. Whitehouse launches the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association, a new pressure group to succeed the Clean Up TV campaign.

The Venus 3 space probe is launched by the Soviet Union on 16th November to explore the surface of Venus.

On 24th November a 70mph speed limit is introduced on UK motorways.

Dec The Race Relations Act comes into force in the UK on 8th December.

Somerset Maugham dies on 16th December, aged 91.

Broadcaster Richard Dimbleby dies of cancer on 22nd December, aged 52.

Thirteen men are killed on 27th December when the Sea Gem oil rig collapses into the North Sea.

Ferdinand E. Marcos is inaugurated as the 10th President of the Philippines on 30th December.


In the Charts

UK Chart débuts
  • Joan Baez
  • James Brown
  • The Byrds
  • Johnny Cash
  • Cher
  • Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich
  • Donovan
  • Bob Dylan
  • Four Tops
  • Tom Jones
  • Otis Redding
  • The Righteous Brothers
  • Nina Simone
  • Small Faces
  • The Walker Brothers
  • The Who

UK Best-selling Singles
  • Chris Andrews
    Yesterday Man

  • The Animals
    Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

  • The Animals
    We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place

  • Burt Bacharach
    Trains And Boats And Planes

  • Joan Baez
    There But For Fortune

  • Joan Baez
    We Shall Overcome

  • Len Barry

  • Fontella Bass
    Rescue Me

  • The Beatles
    Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out

  • The Beatles

  • The Beatles
    Ticket To Ride

  • The Byrds
    All I Really Want To Do

  • The Byrds
    Mr. Tambourine Man

  • Cher
    All I Really Want To Do

  • Ken Dodd

  • Donovan
    Catch The Wind

  • Donovan

  • Bob Dylan
    Like A Rolling Stone

  • Bob Dylan
    Positively 4th Street

  • Bob Dylan
    Subterranean Homesick Blues

  • Bob Dylan
    Times They Are A-Changin'

  • The Everly Brothers
    The Price Of Love

  • Marianne Faithfull
    Come And Stay With Me

  • Marianne Faithfull
    This Little Bird

  • Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames
    Yeh Yeh

  • Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders
    Game Of Love

  • The Fortunes
    Here It Comes Again

  • The Fortunes
    You've Got Your Troubles

  • Herman's Hermits

  • The Hollies
    I'm Alive

  • Ivy League
    Funny How Love Can Be

  • Ivy League
    Tossing And Turning

  • Tom Jones
    It's Not Unusual

  • Tom Jones
    What's New Pussycat?

  • Jonathan King
    Everyone's Gone To The Moon

  • The Kinks
    Tired Of Waiting For You

  • McCoys
    Hang On Sloopy

  • Manfred Mann
    If You Gotta Go Go Now

  • Roger Miller
    King Of The Road

  • The Moody Blues
    Go Now

  • Peter and Gordon
    True Love Ways

  • Wilson Pickett
    In The Midnight Hour

  • Gene Pitney
    Looking Through The Eyes Of Love

  • Elvis Presley
    Crying In The Chapel

  • Cliff Richard
    The Minute You're Gone

  • Cliff Richard
    Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)

  • The Righteous Brothers
    Unchained Melody

  • The Righteous Brothers
    You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

  • The Rolling Stones
    Get Off Of My Cloud

  • The Rolling Stones
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

  • The Rolling Stones
    The Last Time

  • Sam the Sham and The Pharaohs
    Wooly Bully

  • The Searchers
    Goodbye My Love

  • The Seekers
    The Carnival Is Over

  • The Seekers
    I'll Never Find Another You

  • The Seekers
    A World Of Our Own

  • The Shangri-Las
    Leader Of The Pack

  • Sandie Shaw
    Long Live Love

  • Sonny and Cher
    I Got You Babe

  • Dusty Springfield
    In The Middle Of Nowhere

  • Dusty Springfield
    Some Of Your Lovin'

  • The Supremes
    Stop! In The Name Of Love

  • Them
    Baby Please Don't Go

  • Them
    Here Comes The Night

  • Toys
    A Lover's Concerto

  • Jackie Trent
    Where Are You Now (My Love)

  • Unit Four Plus Two
    Concrete And Clay

  • The Walker Brothers
    Make It Easy On Yourself

  • The Who
    I Can't Explain

  • The Who
    My Generation

  • Andy Williams
    Almost There

  • The Yardbirds
    For Your Love

  • The Yardbirds
    Heart Full Of Soul

One Hit Wonders
  • Shirley Ellis
    The Clapping Song

  • Hedgehoppers Anonymous
    (Jonathan King)
    It's Good News Week

  • Horst Jankowski, His Orchestra and Chorus
    A Walk In The Black Forest

  • Barry McGuire
    Eve Of Destruction

  • Marcello Minerbi
    Zorba's Dance

Hit Albums

The Seekers, A World of Our Own (album cover).

  • The Beatles

  • The Beatles
    Rubber Soul

  • The Byrds
    Mr. Tambourine Man

  • Bob Dylan
    Bringing It All Back Home

  • Bob Dylan
    Highway 61 Revisited

  • Tom Jones
    Along Came Jones

  • The Kinks
    Kinda Kinks

  • Peggy Lee
    Then Was Then, Now Is Now!

  • Mary Poppins
    [Film Soundtrack]

  • The Rolling Stones
    Out Of Our Heads

  • The Rolling Stones
    Rolling Stones No. 2

  • The Seekers
    A World Of Our Own

  • Sonny and Cher
    Look At Us

  • Sound Of Music
    [Film Soundtrack]

  • The Spencer Davis Group
    Their First LP

  • Dusty Springfield
    Everything Comes Up Dusty

  • The Who
    My Generation

Sonny and Cher, Look At Us (album cover).

At the Movies
  • The Agony And The Ecstasy
  • Doctor Zhivago
  • The Great Race
  • Help!
  • The Ipcress File
  • The Sound Of Music
  • Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines
  • Thunderball
  • Von Ryan's Express
  • What's New, Pussycat

On Stage

'Fiddler On The Roof' Original Broadway Cast album.

Tony Award for Best Musical:
Fiddler On The Roof

On Television
  • The Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe
  • Call My Bluff
  • Doctor Who (Season 3)
  • Jackanory
  • Gadzooks! It's The In Crowd
  • The Likely Lads
    (Series 2)

  • The Magic Roundabout
  • Man Alive
  • Not Only... But Also
    (Peter Cook and
    Dudley Moore)

  • Steptoe And Son
    (Series 4)

  • Thunderbirds
  • Tomorrow's World
  • Up The Junction

Sporting Heroes

BBC Sport

Sports Personality
of the Year:
Bobby Moore

Tennis: Roy Emerson beats his fellow Australian Fred Stolle for the second year in a row to win the men's singles title at the Australian Championships (7-9, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-1).
Maria Bueno of Brazil retires from the women's singles final with an injury, handing Margaret Smith of Australia her sixth straight home singles title (5-7, 6-4, 5-2).
Roy Emerson beats Fred Stolle again in the men's singles final at Wimbledon (6-2, 6-4, 6-4).
In the women's singles final Margaret Smith prevails over the defending Champion Maria Bueno (6-4, 7-5), gaining revenge for her defeat by Bueno in the 1964 Wimbledon final.

Rugby Union: Wales win the Five Nations Championship. The Welsh team misses out on the 'Grand Slam' but takes the Triple Crown with victories over England, Ireland and Scotland.

Horse Racing: Arkle wins the Cheltenham Gold Cup for the second time, beating Mill House by 20 lengths.
Jay Trump wins the Grand National.

Rowing: the University of Oxford crew wins the annual Boat Race against Cambridge.

Golf: Jack Nicklaus wins the 29th US Masters, beating Gary Player and Arnold Palmer by a record 9 strokes.
Gary Player wins the US Open in an 18-hole playoff with Kel Nagle.
Peter Thomson wins the Open Championship for the fifth time.

Football: Stanley Matthews becomes the first footballer to be honoured with a Knighthood.
Manchester United end the season as Champions of the Football League First Division for the sixth time.
Liverpool beat Leeds United 2-1 in the FA Cup final.
West Ham United beat Munich 2-0 to win the European Cup Winners' Cup.

Cycling: Felice Gimondi wins the Tour de France.

Motor Racing: Jim Clark wins the Formula 1 World Drivers' Championship for the second time.

Postcard from 1965.

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Who said that?


The best substitute for experience is being sixteen.
Raymond Duncan

They care not for what's at the end of the day,
For what is to come, for what might have been.
Life has no ending when you're sweet sixteen.
Willy Russell, 'Blood Brothers'

You can take no credit for beauty at sixteen. But if you are beautiful at sixty it will be your own soul's doing.
Marie Stopes


As a teenager you are at the last stage in your life when you will be happy to hear that the phone is for you.
Fran Lebowitz

The invention of the teenager was a mistake. Once you identify a period of life in which people get to stay out late but don't have to pay taxes - naturally, no one wants to live any other way.
Judih Martin (attrib.)


What one knows is, in youth, of little moment; they know enough who know how to learn.
Henry Brooks Adams

Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life.
Lord Asquith

... For young people, as we shall see, are like the last banana in the fruit bowl - not all bad.
Inspector Fowler (Rowan Atkinson), 'The Thin Blue Line'

Being young is greatly overestimated ... Any failure seems so total. Later on you realize you can have another go.
Mary Quant, 'The Observer', 5th May 1996

Age considers; youth ventures.
Rabindranath Tagore

The old believe everything, the middle-aged suspect everything, the young know everything.
Oscar Wilde

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