The Number One Hits Of 1966

The Number One Hits Of 1966:
January 1, 1966 – January 7, 1966:
Simon & Garfunkel – The Sound Of Silence
January 8, 1966 – February 4, 1966:
The Beatles – We Can Work It Out
February 5, 1966 – February 18, 1966:
Petula Clark – My Love
February 19, 1966 – February 25, 1966:
Lou Christie – Lightnin’ Strikes
February 26, 1966 – March 4, 1966:
Nancy Sinatra – These Boots Are Made For Walkin’
March 5, 1966 – April 8, 1966:
Barry Sadler – The Ballad Of The Green Berets
April 9, 1966 – April 29, 1966:
The Righteous Brothers – (You’re My) Soul And Inspiration
April 30, 1966 – May 6, 1966:
Young Rascals – Good Lovin’
May 7, 1966 – May 27, 1966:
The Mamas & the Papas – Monday, Monday
May 28, 1966 – June 10, 1966:
Percy Sledge – When A Man Loves A Woman
June 11, 1966 – June 24, 1966:
The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black
June 25, 1966 – July 8, 1966:
The Beatles – Paperback Writer
July 9, 1966 – July 15, 1966:
Frank Sinatra – Strangers In The Night
July 16, 1966 – July 29, 1966:
Tommy James and the Shondells – Hanky Panky
July 30, 1966 – August 12, 1966:
The Troggs – Wild Thing
August 13, 1966 – September 2, 1966:
The Lovin’ Spoonful – Summer in the City
September 3, 1966 – September 9, 1966:
Donovan – Sunshine Superman
September 10, 1966 – September 23, 1966:
The Supremes – You Can’t Hurry Love
September 24, 1966 – October 14, 1966:
The Association – Cherish
October 15, 1966 – October 28, 1966:
Four Tops – Reach Out, I’ll Be There
October 29, 1966 – November 4, 1966:
Question Mark & the Mysterians – 96 Tears
November 5, 1966 – November 11, 1966:
The Monkees – Last Train to Clarksville
November 12, 1966 – November 18, 1966:
Johnny Rivers – Poor Side Of Town
November 19, 1966 – December 2, 1966:
The Supremes – You Keep Me Hangin’ On
December 3, 1966 – December 9, 1966:
The New Vaudeville Band – Winchester Cathedral
December 10, 1966 – December 30, 1966:
The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations
December 31, 1966 – February 17, 1967:
The Monkees – I’m a Believer

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s “Pop,” “Airplay,” “R&B” and “Singles” Charts. “Hot 100” is the primary chart used starting October, 1958)