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THE UNITED KINGDOM'S (NATIONAL MUSIC EXPRESS)TOP SINGLES FOR 1953 (ZOBBEL.DE WEBSITE) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Mar 17, 2015 at 06:51 AM

THE UNITED KINGDOM'S (NATIONAL MUSIC EXPRESS)TOP SINGLES FOR 1953 (ZOBBEL.DE WEBSITE)

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No.Pts.Wks.(HP) Artist: Title (Label)
 1 2116 36  (1) Frankie Laine: I BELIEVE (Philips)
 2 1043 24  (2) Frank Chacksfield Orch.:TERRY'S THEME FROM 'LIMELIGHT' (Decca)
 3  876 23  (1) Mantovani Orchestra: THE SONG OF THE MOULIN ROUGE (Decca)
 4  782 16  (1) Guy Mitchell: SHE WEARS RED FEATHERS (Columbia)
 5  760 15  (1) Perry Como: DON'T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES (HMV)
 6  756 14  (1) Guy Mitchell: LOOK AT THAT GIRL (Philips)
 7  741 11  (1) Frankie Laine: ANSWER ME (Philips)
 8  688 18  (2) Nat 'King' Cole: PRETEND (Capitol)
 9  679 15  (1) Eddie Fisher: OUTSIDE OF HEAVEN (HMV)
10  654 13  (1) David Whitfield: ANSWER ME (Decca)
11  652 18  (1) Eddie Fisher & Sally Sweetland: I'M WALKING BEHIND YOU (HMV)
12  635 23  (3) Ron Goodwin & his Concert Orch.:THEME FROM THE FILM 'LIMELIGHT'
13  576 17  (3) Muriel Smith: HOLD ME, THRILL ME, KISS ME (Philips)
14  502 15  (3) Mario Lanza: BECAUSE YOU'RE MINE (HMV)
15  459 12  (2) Mantovani Orchestra: SWEDISH RHAPSODY (Decca)
16  452 11  (1) Lita Roza: (HOW MUCH IS) THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW (Decca)
17  444 15  (3) Eddie Fisher: DOWNHEARTED (HMV)
18  435 14  (4) Doris Day & Johnnie Ray: LET'S WALK THAT-A-WAY (Philips)
19  429 10  (1) Kay Starr: COMES A-LONG A-LOVE (Capitol)
20  412 12  (1) The Stargazers: BROKEN WINGS (Decca)
21  405 16  (5) Frankie Laine & Jimmy Boyd: TELL ME A STORY (Philips)
22  402 12  (3) Al Martino: NOW (Capitol)
23  392 12  (2) Frankie Laine: WHERE THE WINDS BLOW (Philips)
24  370 11  (2) Guy Mitchell: PRETTY LITTLE BLACK-EYED SUSIE (Columbia)
25  367  8  (1) Frankie Laine: HEY JOE! (Philips)
26  348 10  (1) Jo Stafford./Paul Weston Orchestra:YOU BELONG TO ME(Columbia)
27  308  9  (2) Diana Decker: POPPA PICCOLINO (Columbia)
28  285 10  (5) Danny Kaye: WONDERFUL COPENHAGEN (Brunswick)
29  280 11  (6) Ted Heath Music: HOT TODDY (Decca)
30  264  9  (3) Al Martino: HERE IN MY HEART (Capitol)
31  261 10  (3) Billy Cotton./his Band & Doreen Stephens:IN A GOLDEN COACH
32  250  8  (4) Johnston Brothers: OH HAPPY DAY (Decca)
33  246  9  (5) Guy Mitchell: CHICKA-BOOM (Philips)
34  228  6  (3) Winifred Atwell/her 'other' Piano:LET'S HAVE A PARTY" SELECTION
35  207  8  (5) Dean Martin: KISS (Capitol)
36  203  9  (8) Jimmy Young: ETERNALLY (Decca)
37  200  9  (8) Eddie Fisher: WISH YOU WERE HERE (HMV)
38  198  8  (6) Nat 'King' Cole: CAN'T I? (Capitol)
39  184  7  (6) Art & Dottie Todd: BROKEN WINGS (HMV)
40  182  7  (6) Johnnie Ray: SOMEBODY STOLE MY GAL (Philips)
41  174  6  (3) Jimmy Boyd: I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS (Columbia)
42  171  7  (6) June Hutton: SAY YOU'RE MINE AGAIN (Capitol)
43  168  4  (1) Eddie Calvert: OH, MEIN PAPA (Columbia)
44  168  7  (7) Nat 'King' Cole: MOTHER NATURE AND FATHER TIME (Capitol)
45  161  6  (6) Louis Armstrong: TAKES TWO TO TANGO (Brunswick)
46  153  6  (6) Max Bygraves: COWPUNCHER'S CANTATA (HMV)
47  143  6  (5) Winifred Atwell: CORONATION RAG (Decca)
48  143  6  (6) Gisele McKenzie: SEVEN LONELY DAYS (Capitol)
49  142  6  (7) Lee Lawrence: CRYING IN THE CHAPEL (Decca)
50  137  4  (4) Ray Martin Concert Orchestra: SWEDISH RHAPSODY (Columbia)
51  137  5  (6) Beverley Sisters: I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS (Philips)
52  116  5  (8) Eddie Fisher: EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS (HMV)
53  116  5  (9) Tony Brent: MAKE IT SOON (Columbia)
54  111  5  (9) Patti Page: (HOW MUCH IS) THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW (Oriole)
55  109  5 (10) Al Martino: RACHEL (Capitol)
56  107  4  (5) Winifred Atwell: BRITANNIA RAG (Decca)
57  100  4  (7) Kay Starr: SIDE BY SIDE (Capitol)
58   97  4  (7) Les Paul & Mary Ford: VAYA CON DIOS (Capitol)
59   89  4  (8) Guy Mitchell: CLOUD LUCKY SEVEN (Philips)
60   88  4 (10) Tony Brent: WALKIN' TO MISSOURI (Columbia)
61   84  3  (5) Bing Crosby:THE ISLE OF INNISFREE/AT LAST!AT LAST!(Brunswick)
62   68  3  (9) Dickie Valentine: ALL THE TIME AND EV'RYWHERE (Decca)
63   67  3  (9) Ted Heath Music: DRAGNET (Decca)
64   66  3 (10) Frank Chacksfield's Tunesmiths: LITTLE RED MONKEY (Parlophone)
65   66  3 (11) Billy Cotton,Mill Girls/Bandits:I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS
66   65  2  (3) David Whitfield w. Stanley Black/his Orchestra:RAGS TO RICHES
67   65  3 (10) Winifred Atwell: FLIRTATION WALTZ (Decca)
68   50  2  (7) Ray Anthony & his Orchestra: DRAGNET (Capitol)
69   47  2  (8) Joan Regan: RICOCHET (Decca)
70   42  2 (12) Nat 'King' Cole: FAITH CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS (Capitol)
71   28  1  (7) Guy Mitchell: FEET UP (PAT HIM ON THE PO-PO) (Columbia)
71   28  1  (7) Dickie Valentine: IN A GOLDEN COACH (Decca)
71   28  1  (7) Frankie Laine: BLOWING WILD (Philips)
74   24  1  (9) David Whitfield: THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS (Decca)
75   22  1 (11) Nat 'King' Cole: BECAUSE YOU'RE MINE (Capitol)
75   22  1 (11) Ted Heath Music: VANESSA (Decca)
75   22  1 (11) Joni James: WHY DON'T YOU BELIEVE ME? (MGM)
75   22  1 (11) Frankie Laine: GIRL IN THE WOOD (Columbia)
75   22  1 (11) Doris Day & Johnnie Ray: A FULL TIME JOB (Columbia)
75   22  1 (11) Vera Lynn: THE WINDSOR WALTZ (Decca)
81   21  1 (12) Dickie Valentine: BROKEN WINGS (Decca)
81   21  1 (12) Buddy Morrow Orchestra: NIGHT TRAIN (HMV)
81   21  1 (12) Doris Day & Johnnie Ray: MA SAYS PA SAYS (Columbia)
81   21  1 (12) Dorothy Squires: I'M WALKING BEHIND YOU (Polygon)
81   21  1 (12) Vivian Blaine(Robert Alda/Hot Box Girls):A BUSHEL AND A PECK)

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