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THE UNITED KINGDOM'S (NATIONAL MUSIC EXPRESS)TOP 101 SINGLES FOR 1959 (ZOBBEL.DE WEBSITE) PDF Print E-mail
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Jul 14, 2011 at 06:35 PM

THE UNITED KINGDOM'S (NATIONAL MUSIC EXPRESS)TOP 101 SINGLES FOR 1959 (ZOBBEL.DE WEBSITE)



Side Saddle


No. Pts.Wks.(HP) Artist: Title (Label)
  1 991 30  (1) Russ Conway: SIDE SADDLE (Columbia)
  2 964 23  (1) Cliff Richard with The Drifters: LIVING DOLL (Columbia)
  3 854 21  (1) Buddy Holly:IT DOESN'T MATTER ANYMORE/RAINING IN MY HEART
  4 815 19  (1) Bobby Darin: DREAM LOVER (London)
  5 752 15  (1) Elvis Presley:A FOOL SUCH AS I/I NEED YOUR LOVE TONIGHT
  6 745 20  (1) The Platters: SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES (Mercury)
  7 712 17  (1) Shirley Bassey:AS I LOVE YOU(MORE AND MORE AND MORE)(Philips)
  8 685 14  (1) Cliff Richard & The Shadows: TRAVELLIN' LIGHT (Columbia)
  9 664 15  (1) Craig Douglas: ONLY SIXTEEN (Top Rank)
 10 650 19  (1) Russ Conway: ROULETTE (Columbia)
 11 636 16  (1) Bobby Darin: MACK THE KNIFE (London)
 12 622 24  (3) Chris Barber's Jazz Band: PETITE FLEUR (Pye Nixa)
 13 608 11  (1) Emile Ford/Checkmates:WHAT DO YOU...THOSE EYES AT ME FOR?
 14 564 16  (2) Lonnie Donegan/His Skiffle Group: THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS
 15 518 17  (2) Marty Wilde: A TEENAGER IN LOVE (Philips)
 16 507 20  (3) Ricky Nelson: IT'S LATE (London)
 17 484 14  (1) Jerry Keller: HERE COMES SUMMER (London)
 18 476 12  (1) Elvis Presley: I GOT STUNG / ONE NIGHT (RCA)
 19 460 15  (2) The Everly Brothers: ('TIL) I KISSED YOU (London)
 20 445 17  (3) Paul Anka: LONELY BOY (Columbia)
 21 443  8  (1) Adam Faith: WHAT DO YOU WANT? (Parlophone)
 22 429 16  (3) Connie Francis: LIPSTICK ON YOUR COLLAR (MGM)
 23 409 15  (3) Shirley Bassey: KISS ME, HONEY HONEY, KISS ME (Philips)
 24 409 18  (3) Marty Wilde & The Wildcats: DONNA (Philips)
 25 402 15  (3) Anthony Newley: I'VE WAITED SO LONG (Decca)
 26 391 14  (3) Johnny & The Hurricanes: RED RIVER ROCK (London)
 27 382 13  (2) The Teddy Bears: TO KNOW HIM, IS TO LOVE HIM (London)
 28 377 15  (3) Slim Dusty & Dick Carr/his Bushlanders:A PUB WITH NO BEER
 29 354 14  (2) Little Richard: BABY FACE (London)
 30 342 15  (4) Connie Francis: MY HAPPINESS (MGM)
 31 336 11  (1) Jane Morgan:THE DAY THE RAINS CAME/LE JOUR O? LA PLUIE VIENDRA
 32 335 12  (3) Marty Wilde: SEA OF LOVE (Philips)
 33 332 15  (6) Johnny Mathis: SOMEONE (Fontana)
 34 323  9  (3) Neil Sedaka: OH! CAROL (RCA)
 35 302 12  (3) Lonnie Donegan:DOES YOUR CHEWING GUM LOSE ITS FLAVOUR(ON...?)
 36 298 14  (5) Conway Twitty: MONA LISA (MGM)
 37 290 14  (5) Frankie Vaughan:THE HEART OF A MAN/SOMETIME SOMEWHERE(Philips)
 38 287 14  (7) Lloyd Price: STAGGER LEE (HMV)
 39 283 13  (6) The Browns: THE THREE BELLS (LES TROIS CLOCHES) (RCA)
 40 282 13  (5) Russ Conway: CHINA TEA (Columbia)
 41 280 14  (6) Frank Sinatra with `A BunchOf Kids': HIGH HOPES (Capitol)
 42 269 12  (6) Anthony Newley: PERSONALITY (Decca)
 43 269 13  (6) The Beverley Sisters: THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY (Decca)
 44 268  7  (1) Conway Twitty: IT'S ONLY MAKE BELIEVE (MGM)
 45 266 13  (7) Sarah Vaughan: BROKEN-HEARTED MELODY (Mercury)
 46 265 14  (8) Billy Eckstine: GIGI (Mercury)
 47 261  9  (3) The Avons:SEVEN LITTLE GIRLS SITTING IN THE BACK SEAT(Columbia)
 48 259 11  (7) Paul Anka: PUT YOUR HEAD ON MY SHOULDER (Columbia)
 49 258 12  (6) The Coasters: CHARLIE BROWN (London)
 50 253 11  (6) Duane Eddy: PETER GUNN (London)
 51 252 16  (9) Joan Regan: MAY YOU ALWAYS (HMV)
 52 246 16 (13) Perry Como: I KNOW (RCA)
 53 245 13  (6) Eddie Cochran: C'MON EVERYBODY (London)
 54 244 14 (10) Ruby Murray: GOODBYE JIMMY, GOODBYE (Columbia)
 55 241 13  (9) Neil Sedaka: I GO APE (RCA)
 56 240  9  (4) Elvis Presley/Jordanaires:A BIG HUNK O' LOVE/MY WISH CAME TRUE)
 57 240 13 (10) Paul Anka: (ALL OF A SUDDEN) MY HEART SINGS (Columbia)
 58 236 12  (6) The Everly Brothers: PROBLEMS(London)
 59 207 15 (13) Malcolm Vaughan:WAIT FOR ME (TI DORO)/WILLINGLY(MLODIE PERDUE)
 60 204 12 (10) Perry Como: TOMBOY (RCA)
 61 190  8  (6) The Fleetwoods: COME SOFTLY TO ME (London)
 62 185  9  (7) Russ Conway: SNOW COACH (Columbia)
 63 184  9  (9) Frankie Vaughan & The Kaye Sisters: COME SOFTLY TO ME (Philips)
 64 181  9  (6) Frankie Laine: RAWHIDE (Philips)
 65 177  6  (2) Jack Good pres. Lord Rockingham's XI: HOOTS MON (Decca)
 66 175  9 (10) Cliff Richard & The Drifters:MEAN STREAK(Columbia)
 67 174 10  (9) Lloyd Price: PERSONALITY (HMV)
 68 173  7  (4) Tommy Dorsey Orchestra/Warren Covington:TEA FOR TWO CHA-CHA 
 69 173 11 (13) Craig Douglas: A TEENAGER IN LOVE (Top Rank)
 70 171  7  (3) Lonnie Donegan & his Skiffle Group: TOM DOOLEY (Pye Nixa)
 71 167  9  (9) Floyd Robinson: MAKIN' LOVE (RCA)
 72 167  9 (11) Duane Eddy: FORTY MILES OF BAD ROAD (London)
 73 166 10  (9) Sandy Nelson: TEEN BEAT (Top Rank)
 74 161  9 (10) Bert Weedon: GUITAR BOOGIE SHUFFLE (Top Rank)
 75 159 11 (14) The Everly Brothers: POOR JENNY (London)
 76 152  8 (11) Ricky Nelson: JUST A LITTLE TOO MUCH (London)
 77 150  8  (5) Russ Conway: MORE AND MORE PARTY POPS' MEDLEY (Columbia)
 78 150 11 (15) The McGuire Sisters: MAY YOU ALWAYS (Coral)
 79 140 10 (14) Ricky Nelson: NEVER BE ANYBODY ELSE BUT YOU (London)
 80 139 10 (13) Buddy Holly: PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED (Coral)
 81 138  8 (11) David Seville & The Chipmunks: RAGTIME COWBOY JOE (London)
 82 135  6 (6)  Tommy Steele: LITTLE WHITE BULL (Decca)
 83 130 10 (19) Ruby Wright with Dick Pike: THREE STARS (Parlophone)
 84 129  8 (14) Dickie Valentine: ONE MORE SUNRISE (MORGEN) (Pye Nixa)
 85 128  7  (7) The Kingston Trio: TOM DOOLEY (Capitol)
 86 128 10 (17) Robert Earl: THE WONDERFUL SECRET OF LOVE (Philips)
 87 120  7 (10) Winifred Atwell: `PIANO PARTY' MEDLEY (Decca)
 88 120  8 (12) Teddy Johnson & Pearl Carr: SING LITTLE BIRDIE (Columbia)
 89 119  6 (11) Connie Francis: AMONG MY SOUVENIRS (MGM)
 90 117 10 (20) The Everly Brothers: TAKE A MESSAGE TO MARY (London)
 91 116  9 (14) Rosemary June:I'LL BE WITH YOU IN APPLE BLOSSOM TIME(Pye Int.)
 92 115  9 (18) Billy Fury: MAYBE TOMORROW (Decca)
 93 113  8 (12) Mike Preston: MR. BLUE (Decca)
 94 110  7 (13) Harry Simeone Chorale: THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY (Top Rank)
 95 108  9 (18) Pat Boone: I'LL REMEMBER TONIGHT (London)
 96 105  4  (5) Elmer Bernstein: STACCATO'S THEME (JOHNNY STACCATO) (Capitol)
 97 105  7 (14) The Beverley Sisters: LITTLE DONKEY (Decca)
 98 104  5  (6) Perry Como: LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO `ROUND (RCA)
 99 104  7 (12) Big Bopper: CHANTILLY LACE (Mercury)
100 101  9 (22) Manuel/his Music of the Mountains:THE HONEYMOON SONG (Columbia)
101  99  8 (17) Freddy Cannon: TALLAHASSEE LASSIE (Top Rank)

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