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AUSTRALIAN CHART BOOK'S (AMR) TOP SINGLES FOR 1951 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Sep 22, 2013 at 10:02 PM

AUSTRALIAN CHART BOOK'S (AMR) TOP SINGLES FOR 1951


 

 



No.Song-Artist-Peak Month
 1-TOO YOUNG-NAT KING COLE;TONI ARDEN-OCTOBER
  2-BEWITCHED-GORDON JENKINS;DORIS DAY-February
  3-MY TRULY,TRULY FAIR-GUY MITCHELL;DONALD PEERS-December
  4-MY HEART CRIES FOR YOU-GUY MITCHELL-August
  5-ABA DABA HONEYMOON-DEBBIE REYNOLDS & CARLTON CARPENTER
  6-IF-PERRY COMO;JO STAFFORD-July
  7-THE LOVELIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR-MARIO LANZA;ANN BLYTH-November
  8-SILVER DOLLAR-Art Mooney & His Orchestra & Choir-March
  9-SWEET VIOLETS-Dinah Shore;Jane Turzy-December
10-TENNESSEE WALTZ-Patti Page;Pee Wee King-May
11-Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)-Paul Weston & Norman Luboff Choir-April
12-Bonaparte's Retreat-Pee Wee King;Gene Krupa-May
13-The Thing-Phil Harris;Les Welch-March
14-All My Love-Bing Crosby:Patti Page-April       
15-Mockin' Bird Hill-Les Paul & Mary Ford-September
15-Mockin' Bird Hill-Donald Peers,Jim Gussey-September
16-Orange Coloured Sky-Danny Kaye & Patty Andrews;Nat "King" Cole-June
17-Unless-Guy Mitchell;Gordon Jenkins-December
18-Harbor Lights-Bing Crosby;Sammy Kaye-May
19-On Top Of Old Smokey-Terry Gilkyson & Weavers-September
20-In The Cool Cool Cool Of The Evening-Jo Stafford & Frankie Laine-December
20-In The Cool Cool Cool Of The Evening-Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman-December
21-Are You Lonesome Tonight-Al Jolson,Blue Barron-May
22-Oceana Roll-Jane Powell-September
23-Mister And Mississippi-Gene Autry;Donald Peers;Patti Page-December
24-Sound Off-Vaughn Monroe-November
25-The Place Where I Worship (Is The Wide Open Spaces)-Rosemary Clooney/Guy Mitchell-October
26-Sparrow In The Tree Top-Guy Mitchell-September
27-The House Of Singing Bamboo-Rosemary Clooney & Guy Mitchell;Howard Keel-October
28-Patricia-Perry Como;Russ Morgan-March
29-So Long (It's Been Good To Know You)-Gordon Jenkins & Weavers;Jim Gussey-October
30-Rose,Rose I Love You-Frankie Laine;Hue Lee-July
31-Roving Kind-Guy Mitchell;George Trevare-August
32-Be My Love-Mario Lanza;Billy Eckstine-July
33-I Apologise-Billy Eckstine-November
34-Count Every Star-Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra & Choir;Dick Haymes-March
35-Let's Do It Again-Donald Peers;Guy Lombardo-March
36-Down The Trail Of Aching Hearts-Sammy Kaye & Orchestra-December
37-Zing!Zing!Zoom!Zoom!-Perry Como-July
38-There's No Boat Like a Rowboat-Perry Como & The Fontane Sisters-November
39-Christmas In Killarney-Percy Faith & Shillelagh Singers;Bing Crosby-December
40-Beautiful Brown Eyes-Rosemary Clooney-August
41-Get Out Those Old Records-Mary Martin And Larry Hagman-August
41-Get Out Those Old Records-George Trevare,Joan Wilton & Mart Dryden-August
42-Ivory Rag-Joe "Fingers" Carr-December
43-If I Had You On A Desert Island-Arthur Godfrey-May
44-M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I-Les Welch;Art Mooney-April
45-I Cross My Fingers-Bing Crosby;Perry Como & Fontane Sisters-March
46-Come On-A My House-Rosemary Clooney;Kay Starr-November
47-Cincinnati Dancing Pig-Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys & Redd Stewart-April
47-Cincinnati Dancing Pig-Gene Krupa-April
48-Stars Are The Windows Of Heaven-Andrew Sisters;Johnny Desmond-July
49-Beloved,Be Faithful-Paul Weston & The Norman Luboff Choir;Donald Peers-July
50-How High The Moon-Les Paul & Mary Ford-August
51-Jet-Nat "King" Cole-November
52-I Taut I Taw A Puddy Cat-Danny Kaye;Les Welch-July
53-A Marshmallow World-Bing Crosby;Vaughn Monroe-August
54-A Load Of Hay-Doris Day-June
55-Jezebel-Frankie Laine-July
56-Tzena,Tzena,Tzena-Gordon Jenkins & Weavers;Mitch Miller-March
57-If I Were A Blackbird-Gloria De Haven & Song Spinners-September
58-There's No Season On Love-Al Morgan-June
59-September Song-Stan Kenton-June
60-I Didn't Slip,I Wasn't Pushed,I Fell-Doris Day & The Mellomen;Bing Crosby-March
61-Shotgun Boogie-Tennessee Ernie Ford; Rosemary Clooney-November
62-Can Anyone Explain(No! No! No!-Dinah Shore;Larry Green & The Honeydreamers-June
63-Once Upon A Nickel-Ethel Merman & Ray Bolger-November
64-The Chicken Song (I Ain't Gonna Take it Settin' Down)-George Trevare;Blue Barron-September
65-The Little White Duck-Burl Ives-September
66-If I Only Had a Match-Al Jolson-February
67-Sleigh Ride-Percy Faith-July    
68-Hiawatha's Mittens-Evelyn Knight-April
69-Autumn Leaves-Bing Crosby;Mitch Miller-May
70-You Don't Know What Lonesome Is-Perry Como & The Sons Of The Pioneers-December
71-One Finger Melody-Frank Sinatra-August
72-When You And I Were Young Maggie Blues-Bing Crosby & Gary Crosby-November
73-Molasses,Molasses (It's Icky Sticky Goo)-Spike Jones And His City Slickers-March
73-Molasses,Molasses (It's Icky Sticky Goo)-Lenny Carson and The Whiz Kids-March
74-Velvet Lips-Don Cornell-July
75-Across The Wide Missouri-Terry Gilkyson & Weavers-September
75-Across The Wide Missouri-Paul Weston & The Norman Luboff Choir-September
76-So Tall a Tree-Bing Crosby;Phil Harris-April
77-The Petite Waltz-Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians-April
77-The Petite Waltz-Roberto Inglez-April
78-The Golden Rocket-Hank Snow;Hoagy Carmichael & Cass Daley-October
79-Would I Love You (Love You,Love You)-Gordon Jenkins & Bob Stevens-November
79-Would I Love You (Love You,Love You)-Patti Page-November
80-American Beauty Rose-Frank Sinatra-August
81-A Penny A Kiss-Tony Martin & Dinah Shore-October
82-How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Love You When You Know I've Been a Liar All...-F. Astaire/ J. Powell-Sep.
83-Pretty Eyed Baby-Frankie Laine & Jo Stafford-November
84-When The Red,Red,Robin Comes Bob,Bob,Bobbin' Along-Al Jolson

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