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  • Greetings Pop Pickers

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending April 21st 1956

    Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders '

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending April 21st 1956 NME RM MM Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 65 60 20 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 Poor People Of Paris - Winifred Atwell 1 1 2 4330
    2 2 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers 3 2 1 4160
    3 3 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr 2 3 3 4125
    5 4 Only You - The Hilltoppers 4 4 4 3915
    4 5 Zambesi - Lou Busch 7 5 6 3620
    7 6 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin 5 7 7 3610
    6 7 Memories Are Made Of This - Dave King 6 7 5 3585
    8 8 See You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and His Comets 8 6 9 3435
    11 9 My September Love - David Whitfield 8 9 12 3195
    9 10 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - The Dick Hyman Trio 10 11 10 2985
    12 11 A Tear Fell - Teresa Brewer 11 13 8 2840
    14 12 Willie Can - Alma Cogan 13 14 15 2510
    18 13 You Can't Be True To Two - Dave King 18 10 14 2445
    NEW 14 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton 15 12 19 2420
    15 15 I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman 16 16 11 2275
    NEW 16 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Louis Armstrong 14 15 2065
    10 17 The Great Pretender - Jimmy Parkinson 12 13 1595
    20 18 Seven Days - Anne Shelton 20 18 1495
    19 19 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Billy Vaughn 17 16 1210
    22 20 Nothin' To Do - Michael Holliday 16 17 1180
    NEW 21 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone 19 18 980
    NEW 22 Ain't Misbehavin' - Johnnie Ray 19 780
    16 23 Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donegan 30 20 725
    17 24 Band Of Gold - Don Cherry 20 715
    13 25 Chain Gang - Jimmy Young 22 585
    28 26 Pickin' A Chicken - Eve Boswell 23 520
    NEW 27 Willie Can - The Beverly Sisters 24 455
    21 28 Zambezi - Eddie Calvert 25 390
    23 29 Jimmy Unknown - Lita Roza 26 325
    NEW 30 Stewball - Lonnie Donegan 27 260
    Juke Box Baby - Perry Como 20 220
    In A Persian Market - Sammy Davis Jnr 28 195
    25 The Trouble With Harry - Alfi and Harry 29 130
    24 In A Little Spanish Town - Bing Crosby
    26 No Other Love - The Johnston Brothers
    27 The Italian Theme - Cyril Stapleton
    29 The Great Pretender - Jackie Riggs
    29 The Ballad Of Davy Crockett - Bill Hayes
    The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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    • Lonnie Donegan's Nixa/Pye career kicks off this week with Stewball the 'B' side to Lost John which is about to chart and will be the much bigger side. Elvis with Heartbreak Hotel although available won't chart till mid May.
      The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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      • I’ve always thought Lost John to be a little better than Stewball. Stewball is a B-Side (one of those classic ‘okay’ B-Sides of the 1970’s - or to be fair almost any era) where you didn;t buy it for that…
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        • Greetings Pop Pickers

          Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending April 28th 1956

          Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders '

          The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending April 28th 1956 NME MM RM Total
          Last This The Sound Survey Stores 65 20 60 Points
          Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
          1 1 Poor People Of Paris - Winifred Atwell 1 1 1 4350
          2 2 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers 2 3 2 4185
          3 3 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr 3 2 3 4080
          14 4 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton 4 4 4 3915
          4 5 Only You - The Hilltoppers 5 6 5 3750
          7 6 Memories Are Made Of This - Dave King 6 8 7 3525
          11 7 A Tear Fell - Teresa Brewer 8 5 6 3515
          9 8 My September Love - David Whitfield 9 7 8 3290
          5 9 Zambesi - Lou Busch 7 10 10 3240
          6 10 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin 10 9 9 3125
          8 11 See You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and His Comets 11 11 12 2840
          10 12 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - The Dick Hyman Trio 12 17 11 2715
          13 13 You Can't Be True To two - Dave King 13 13 13 2610
          16 14 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Louis Armstrong 14 16 16 2305
          12 15 Willie Can - Alma Cogan 15 18 15 2260
          21 16 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone 19 14 14 2140
          NEW 17 Lost John - Lonnie Donegan (A) 16 20 17 2035
          15 18 I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman 20 11 18 1895
          22 19 Ain't Misbehavin' - Johnnie Ray 17 18 1690
          NEW 20 Theme From 'Man With The Golden Arm' - Billy May 24 19 20 1355
          17 21 The Great Pretender - Jimmy Parkinson 18 14 1185
          18 22 Seven Days - Anne Shelton 20 715
          RE 23 In A Little Spanish Town - Bing Crosby 22 585
          27 24 Willie Can - The Beverly Sisters 23 520
          19 25 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Billy Vaughn 28 20 415
          23 26 Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donegan 25 390
          28 27 Zambesi - Eddie Calvert 26 325
          NEW 28 Innamorata - Dean Martin 27 260
          NEW 29 Mountain Greenery - Mel Torme 29 130
          NEW 30 Juke Box Baby - Perry Como 30 65
          20 30 Nothin' To Do - Michael Holliday 30 65
          24 Band Of Gold - Don Cherry
          25 Chain Gang - Jimmy Young
          26 Pickin' A Chicken - Eve Boswell
          29 Jimmy Unknown - Lita Roza
          30 Stewball - Lonnie Donegan (B)
          The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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          • Greetings Pop Pickers

            Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 5th 1956

            Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders '

            The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 5th 1956 NME MM RM Total
            Last This The Sound Survey Stores 65 20 60 Points
            Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
            1 1 Poor People Of Paris - Winifred Atwell 2 1 1 4285
            4 2 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton 1 2 2 4270
            2 3 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers 3 3 3 4060
            3 4 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr 4 4 5 3855
            7 5 A Tear Fell Teresa Brewer 6 5 4 3765
            5 6 Only You - The Hilltoppers 5 7 6 3670
            8 7 My September Love - Davis Whitfield 7 6 7 3500
            20 8 Theme From 'Man With The Golden Arm' - Billy May 9 10 8 3230
            14 9 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Louis Armstrong 8 16 13 2875
            17 10 Lost John - Lonnie Donegan 12 11 11 2835
            16 11 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone 14 9 10 2805
            11 12 See You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and His Comets 10 12 15 2705
            6 13 Memories Are Made Of This - Dave King 15 8 12 2640
            10 14 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin 13 13 14 2550
            12 15 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera - The Dick Hyman Trio 19 15 9 2420
            13 16 You Can't Be True To two - Dave King 11 18 17 2400
            9 17 Zambesi - Lou Busch 16 14 16 2215
            15 18 Willie Can - Alma Cogan 17 17 18 1970
            19 19 Ain't Misbehavin' - Johnnie Ray 18 19 1565
            26 20 Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donegan 18 20 920
            21 21 The Great Pretender - Jimmy Parkinson 20 715
            28 22 Innamorata - Dean Martin 21 650
            30 23 Juke Box Baby - Perry Como 22 585
            30 24 Nothin' To Do - Michael Holliday 23 520
            29 25 Mountain Greenery - Mel Torme 24 455
            25 26 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Billy Vaughn 25 390
            RE 27 Young And Foolish - Edmund Hockridge 26 325
            24 28 Willie Can - The Beverly Sisters 27 260
            18 29 I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman 20 220
            NEW 30 Hell Hath No Fury - Frankie Laine 28 195
            23 In A Little Spanish Town - Bing Crosby 29 130
            22 Seven Days - Anne Shelton 30 65
            27 Zambesi - Eddie Calvert
            The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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            • Starting both the Top 10 and Top 20 One thing I do like is that when his chart career ended in 1962 (ten years into the UK chart life) he is STILL - after another 60 years - still in the Top 100 Most Weeks On Chart for the Top 75. I think also Top 100, but not checked that in a long while. Other artists have done the same thing - massive success in a short space of time then nothing, which is a shame. Some of those older ones are doing well in the current download/streaming era, but others less so.
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              • I think it's unfair that Cliff, good as he was, is often credited as being the first British superstar of the rock era. That accolade without a doubt belongs to Lonnie Donegan. He took the British record industry by the scruff of the neck in early 1956 and dragged it from the era of big bands, ballads and novelty songs and put UK music on the map. Rock Island Line, Lost John, Dead Or Alive,etc, stands out in 1956 as so progressively different and refreshing. Lonnie Donegan gets some credit but nowhere near enough as a pioneer of early British Rock.

                However, having said that I'm going to incur the wrath of Lonnie (kingofskiffle) here. In 1957 when Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O surfaces, for my money The Vipers Skiffle Group's version was a superior version to Lonnie's. Gulp !
                The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                • ... as a pioneer of early British Rock.
                  But is skiffle music rock 'n' roll? It may have later evolved. I consider Lonnie's "Dustman" a novelty record, not rock!

                  Cliff's Move It is rock 'n' roll in my opinion.

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                  • Originally posted by brian05 View Post

                    But is skiffle music rock 'n' roll? It may have later evolved. I consider Lonnie's "Dustman" a novelty record, not rock!

                    Cliff's Move It is rock 'n' roll in my opinion.
                    Ah, but I never said Skiffle was Rock'n'Roll Brian. I said it was 'Rock' which became the generic umbrella name for a number of new genres from this era. For example, The Platters weren't Rock'n'Roll but they are considered today as part of the 'Rock' movement from that era.
                    The 'Rock' umbrella therefore included many genres such as Rock'n'Roll, Skiffle, Doo-Wop even.

                    Yeah Lonnie's 'Dustman' was a novelty, the birth of 'Rock' didn't kill off the balladeers and the novelties, they co-existed side by side. Many rock artists through the years threw in the occasional novelty, Cliff, Lonnie, even Elvis and we can't forget Chuck Berry and his Ding-A-Ling !
                    The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                    • 1956 is proving a nightmare to work with to compile a composite chart. It's the slowest year yet I've had to work with. What seems easy becomes complicated.
                      The biggest problem is with split sides, as none of the three papers at the moment stick by the same rules. NME sometimes splits and sometimes combines as do RM and MM. The difficulty is they sometimes do it on different weeks making it difficult to even use the averaging system of using two to determine the third. AAAAAAAAAGH !!!!!!!!

                      To give an idea of what I mean. I'm currently working on September 15th 1956.
                      NME combine Lonnie's Dead Or Alive/Bring A Little Water Sylvie at #10
                      RM splits the sides, Dead at #13 and Sylvie at #16
                      MM don't place it at all this week.
                      So I'm baffled as to how a composite chart position can be awarded for this week of the 15th. One combined and one split

                      The following week isn't as bad as MM will split both sides aligning with RM so an average for those two can be used for an NME position.

                      My head hurts


                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                      • The way I would have done it would have been to have the combined with full points (chart and shops) then added both tracks as the points of being in the chart (only) to the combined. With the ruling if any one chart combines then the others separate sides are added to it.
                        Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                        • I need to re listen to both tracks Brian so will do so before commenting. Very rarely heard the Vipers version as I prefer to hear a song once and not multiple versions. So when this came on it was usually part of a compilation album so other versions would be skipped.

                          For me their was Jazz (1940’s) then Skiffle came out of that and then Rock and Roll came out of Jazz via a different route. Skiffle sort of faded and Rock music and Rock and Roll took over. Skiffle was about making music yourself out of anything. Rock needed more instruments.

                          I do feel Lonnie’s contribution in general is underrated. Regardless of what came after (and yes he did go down a more novelty route in the 60’s) he got people to play guitars. Loads have said as much (Lennon, Brian May etc).
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                          • 'Lost John' was the first record Lennon bought. He went round chanting the bit at the end, but substituting his own name.

                            The follow up reportedly had an unprecedented 20,000 advance orders.

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                            • So I spent some time listening to both of the versions. I think I understand the difference between the two and why Brian likes the Vipers version. Lonnie does it fast but does different lyrics. I suspect he cleaned them up as the original is a cheating woman and Lonnie might have been going for the BBC crowd in that “you can’t say this on the BBC…. “ era. Either way I’m fairly sure both where played but they are different stories.

                              The Vipers Version sounds a lot more like a song of Skiffle origin in some ways. It’s a couple of guys with not many instruments.

                              I’m not sure I don’t like it more either!
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                              Now including NME, Record Mirror and Melody Maker from the UK and some Billboard charts

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                              • Yeah u hit the nail on the head Lonnie, I think too it's because it has more of a feel of true stripped back skiffle to it.
                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                • Greetings Pop Pickers

                                  Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 12th 1956

                                  Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders '

                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 12th 1956 NME MM RM Total
                                  Last This The Sound Survey Stores 65 20 60 Points
                                  Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                  2 1 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton 1 1 1 4350
                                  1 2 Poor People Of Paris - Winifred Atwell 2 2 2 4205
                                  3 3 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers 3 3 5 3940
                                  5 4 A Tear Fell - Teresa Brewer 5 5 3 3890
                                  4 5 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr 6 3 6 3685
                                  7 6 My September Love - David Whitfield 7 6 4 3680
                                  6 7 Only You - The Hilltoppers 3 8 8 3660
                                  11 8 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone 9 7 7 3350
                                  10 9 Lost John - Lonnie Donegan (A) 8 10 10 3175
                                  8 10 Theme From 'Man With The Golden Arm' - Billy May 10 9 9 3125
                                  9 11 Theme From'The Threepenny Opera' - Louis Armstrong 11 13 11 2860
                                  13 12 Memories Are Made Of This - Dave King 14 11 12 2645
                                  16 13 You Can't Be True To Two - Dave King 12 15 14 2575
                                  12 14 See You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and His Comets 13 14 16 2410
                                  20 15 Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donegan 20 12 13 2175
                                  14 16 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin 17 15 19 1950
                                  15 17 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - The Dick Hyman Trio 16 18 19 1784
                                  18 18 Willie Can - Alma Cogan 18 17 1685
                                  25 19 Mountain Greenery - Mel Torme 22 15 1545
                                  NEW 20 No Other Love - Edmund Hockridge 27 19 18 1280
                                  NEW 21 Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley 15 1040
                                  17 22 Zambesi - Lou Busch 21 17 930
                                  19 23 Ain't Misbehavin' - Johnnie Ray 19 780
                                  NEW 24 The Happy Whistler - Don Robertson 23 520
                                  21 25 The Great Pretender - Jimmy Parkinson 24 455
                                  23 26 Juke Box Baby - Perry Como 25 390
                                  RE 27 In A Little Spanish Town - Bing Crosby 26 325
                                  RE 28 Stewball - Lonnie Donegan (B) 20 220
                                  NEW 29 Too Young To Go Steady - Nat King Cole 28 195
                                  29 30 I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman 29 130
                                  22 Innamorata - Dean Martin 30 65
                                  24 Nothin' To Do - Michael Holliday
                                  26 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Billy Vaughn
                                  27 Young And Foolish - Edmund Hockridge
                                  28 Willie Can - The Beverly Sisters
                                  30 Hell Hath No Fury - Frankie Laine
                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                  • This must have been the era that my mother liked more than any other as she owned a number of records from the above chart and also had some compilation album that has a few others from this era on it too (including the above number 1 by Ronnie Hilton). This is the one I think: https://www.discogs.com/master/12175...l-Chartbusters as the cover looks familiar as is the tracklisting.

                                    Unbelievable to think that when she moved from a house to a bungalow in 2003 she threw out all her old 78s, 45s and LPs. And I let her! I should have offered to take them as there were some gems amongst the dross...

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                                    • Like you Robbie I can remember quite a few of the records from this era too as my parents also bought records from the chart at this time so through the years I became familiar with quite a few.

                                      Like Lonnie, here, my father was a huge Lonnie Donegan fan buying his singles, EP's, and albums from that time. I can also remember Kay Starr's Rock And Roll Waltz was a great favourite of theirs and can actually remember seeing them dance to it.

                                      All their collection went too years later believing nobody wanted these 'old records'.
                                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                      • NEW 21 Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley

                                        The King has arrived - at last. Things will never be the same again.

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                                        • I've just noticed that Elvis Presley makes his chart debut with one of the best debut releases (or at least debut hits) in the history of the singles chart. According to wikipedia every executive at RCA who heard the recording of 'Heartbreak Hotel' (which was recorded in a hallway at the RCA studios in Nashville to get the desired echo effect) thought the song was a mess, that it was a terrible choice of single and that it shouldn't be released. Presley stood his ground, producer Stephen Sholes backed Presley (despite also having reservations about the song but he was impressed by Presley's belief in the song) and the rest is history.

                                          edit: just noticed brian05's post

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                                          • Sorry for the delay, but I noticed a few errors so far:
                                            In the April 21st chart, either the previous weeks positions for Lonnie Donegan and Don Cherry are switched, or since the same error is apparent in the April 28th chart, the artists/titles have been switched. Can you please clarify which error it is? The Complete UK Charts thread (https://www.ukmix.org/forum/chart-di...k-charts/page2) shows the NME positions as correct suggesting its the previous weeks that are wrong in both the 21st and 4th May charts.

                                            In the April 28th chart, Bing Crosby is a re-entry as he was at 24 in the 14/4/1956.

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                                            • Also in the May 5th chart 15 and 16 are numbered correctly but are in the wrong order. Consequently the previous week numbers in the May 12th chart are the wrong way round. In addition, in the May 12th chart you have two number 17s, though it looks like Dean Martin should be 16.

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                                              • I had actually noticed all of the above on checking after completion and amended them all on the original spreadsheet. Then after amending to the required changes forget to save the changes so the original errors got posted here.

                                                I have now amended all these errors here in the above charts and on my masters and have remembered to save them this time. Well spotted brain and thanks, I like complete accuracy.
                                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                                • Greetings Pop Pickers

                                                  Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 19th 1956

                                                  Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders '


                                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 19th 1956 NME MM RM Total
                                                  Last This The Sound Survey Stores 65 20 60 Points
                                                  Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                                  1 1 No Other Love - Ronnie Hilton 1 1 1 4350
                                                  2 2 Poor People Of Paris - Winifred Atwell 2 2 2 4205
                                                  4 3 A Tear Fell - Teresa Brewer 4 4 3 3975
                                                  6 4 My September Love - David Whitfield 3 5 5 3900
                                                  5 5 Rock And Roll Waltz - Kay Starr 5 2 6 3770
                                                  8 6 I'll Be Home - Pat Boone 7 6 4 3680
                                                  3 7 It's Almost Tomorrow - The Dream Weavers 6 7 10 3365
                                                  10 8 Theme From 'Man With The Golden Arm' - Billy May 9 9 7 3310
                                                  9 9 Lost John - Lonnie Donegan (A) 10 10 9 3105
                                                  7 10 Only You - The Hilltoppers 12 8 8 3075
                                                  11 11 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - Louis Armstrong 11 11 11 2900
                                                  24 12 The Happy Whistler - Don Robertson 8 12 2635
                                                  13 13 You Can't Be True To Two - Dave King 13 12 13 2630
                                                  21 14 Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley 14 18 17 2205
                                                  29 15 Too Young To Go Steady - Nat King Cole 17 17 15 2150
                                                  14 16 See You Later Alligator - Bill Haley and His Comets 16 13 18 2115
                                                  18 17 Willie Can - Alma Cogan 22 15 19 1625
                                                  NEW 18 Port-Au-Prince - Winifred Atwell 19 20 1440
                                                  17 19 Theme From 'The Threepenny Opera' - The Dick Hyman Trio 25 14 1410
                                                  20 20 No Other Love - Edmund Hockridge 24 16 1355
                                                  19 21 Mountain Greenery - Mel Torme 15 18 1300
                                                  NEW 22 Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins 18 18 1105
                                                  15 23 Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donegan 20 18 975
                                                  12 24 Memories Are Made Of This - Dave King 22 14 925
                                                  25 25 The Great Pretender - Jimmy Parkinson 21 650
                                                  16 26 Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin 27 18 520
                                                  23 27 Ain't Misbehavin' - Johnnie Ray 26 325
                                                  30 28 I'm A Fool - Slim Whitman 15 320
                                                  22 29 Zambesi - Lou Busch 28 195
                                                  NEW 30 Robin Hood / Davy Crockett - Dick James 29 130
                                                  26 Juke Box Baby - Perry Como 30 65
                                                  27 In A Little Spanish Town - Bing Crosby
                                                  28 Stewball - Lonnie Donegan (B)
                                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                                  • NEW 22 Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins

                                                    Another great Rock track. Wonder how Elvis will get on with his "cover" version?

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