3AW 1280 AM
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

Week: 04/05/59
Format: T40
                    3AW 1280 - RADIO MELBOURNE     
                    THIS WEEK'S TOP 30 TUNES       
                          APRIL 5, 1959
     1. Children’s Marching Song – Cyril Stapleton & Orchestra
     2. Love Song From Houseboat – Johnny Nash
     3. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – The Platters       
     4. Come Prima – Polly Bergen         
     5. Problems – The Everly Brothers       
     6. Enchanted Island – Four Lads
     7. House, A Car And A Wedding Ring – John Laws
     8. Little Drummer Boy – Harry Simeone Chorale
     9. To Know Him Is To Love Him – Evelyn Kingsley
    10. Call Me – Johnny Mathis
    11. It’s So Easy – The Crickets
    12. I Got Stung – Elvis Presley
    13. Bimbombey – Jimmie Rodgers      
    14. Petite Fleur – Chris Barber Jazz Band
    15. May You Always – The McGuire Sisters         
    16. Evening Rain – Earl Grant     
    17. Donna – Ritchie Valens          
    18. Bing, Bang, Bong – Don Costa Orch. & Chorus
    19. Venus – Frankie Avalon                  
    20. With The Wind And The Rain In Her Hair – Pat Boone
    21. Lucy Lucy – George Hamilton IV      
    22. Gotta Travel On – Harry Belafonte
    23. My Heart Sings – Paul Anka
    24. Hawaiian Wedding Song – Andy Williams         
    25. Sixteen Candles – The Crests
    26. Girl On Page 44 – Four Lads       
    27. On The Street Where You Live – Eddie Fisher
    28. One Night – Elvis Presley  
    29. It’s Only The Beginning – Kalin Twins 
    30. Nola – Billy Williams               

        AS HIT OF THE FUTURE, RALPHE RICKMAN SELECTS
        Don’t Take Your Guns To Town – Johnny Cash
                       
        TOP 30 TUNES SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 9:45

        Pictured: Ralphe Rickman

NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Wednesday, September 27, 2017)




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