WMCA Weekly Survey for March 28, 1958

Courtesy of the WMCA Good Guys Internet Web Site

Survey collected and contributed by Randy Price, Gary Pfeifer and Tom Natoli
For more information contact Allan Sniffen


 1   1  TEQUILA - The Champs (Challenge)
 2   3  *LOLLIPOP - The Chordettes (Cadence) / Ronald & Ruby (RCA Victor)
 3   4  *BILLY - Kathy Linden (Felsted)
 4   2  *WHO’S SORRY NOW - Connie Francis (M-G-M)
 5   5  *LAZY MARY (Luna Mezzo Mare) - Lou Monte (RCA Victor)
 6  16  FOR YOUR LOVE - Ed Townsend (Capitol)
 7   7  *BLUEBIRDS OVER THE MOUNTAIN - Ersel Hickey (Epic)
 8   6  *SWEET LITTLE SIXTEEN - Chuck Berry (Chess)
 9   8  *ROCK AND ROLL IS HERE TO STAY - Danny & The Juniors (ABC-Paramount)
10  11  *I MET HIM ON A SUNDAY (Ronde-Ronde) - The Shirelles (Decca)
11  17  *EVERY NIGHT (I Pray) - The Chantels (End)
12  12  *SO TOUGH - The Original Casuals (Back Beat)
13  10  *26 MILES (Santa Catalina) - The Four Preps (Capitol)
14  19  *ARE YOU SINCERE - Andy Williams (Cadence)
15  --  *TWILIGHT TIME - The Platters (Mercury)
16  13  *BREATHLESS - Jerry Lee Lewis (Sun)
17  20  *“7-11” - The Gone All Stars (Gone)
18  14  *CATCH A FALLING STAR - Perry Como (RCA Victor)
19  --  *BELIEVE WHAT YOU SAY - Ricky Nelson (Imperial)
20   9  *MAYBE BABY - The Crickets (Brunswick)
21  18  *OH-OH, I’M FALLING IN LOVE - Jimmie Rodgers (Roulette)

*Records first spotted by WMCA’s “Wax to Watch”

    WELL, HONEY - Gene Bus (Safari)
    TEACHER’S PET - Doris Day (Columbia)
    THE THINGS I LOVE - The Fidelity’s (Baton)
    WITCH DOCTOR - David Seville (Liberty)
    I HEARD A FANFARE - Danny Davis (Cabot)
    HOW ARE YA’ FIXED FOR LOVE? - Frank Sinatra & Keely Smith (Capitol)
    TALK TO ME, TALK TO ME - Little Willie John (King)
    TEACHER, TEACHER - Johnny Mathis (Columbia)
    GROOVY - Joe Dodo & The Groovers (RCA Victor)
    CRAZY LOVE - Paul Anka (ABC-Paramount)
    KEWPIE DOLL - Perry Como (RCA Victor)
    THAT CRAZY FEELING - Kenneth Rogers (Carlton)
    O BELLA MIA - Tommy Prisco (Epic)
    THESE WORDLY WONDERS - Patti Page (Mercury)
    THERE’S ONLY ONE OF YOU - The Four Lads (Columbia)
    DON’T YOU JUST KNOW IT - Huey (Piano) Smith & The Clowns (Ace)
    HE’S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD (In His Hands) - Laurie London (Capitol)
    CHANSON D’AMOUR (Song Of Love) - Art & Dotty Todd (Era)
    BOOK OF LOVE - The Monotones (Argo)
    LOOKING BACK - Nat “King” Cole (Capitol)
    I’VE GOT BELLS ON MY HEART - The Three Pennies (Golden Crest)


Notice how as the days get longer and summer comes closer, the
music gets happier? “Tequila,” “Lollipop,” “Lazy Mary” and many
others on WMCA’s Top 21 have that happy-go-lucky beat. This is
the kind of music we like and we hope it helps you to start your
day off on the right note. So pick us up at 570 kc from 6 to
9:30 AM or get a head start with Burt Sherwood on the NIGHT WATCH
just ahead of us.
    Roger Gallagher
    Joe O’Brien

   Roger Gallagher & Joe O'Brien
   Bob Callan
   Ernie Stone
   Bert Knapp
   Alun Williams
   Dave Leeds
   Ed Welch
   Burt Sherwood

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