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WAKE UP LITTLE  SUSIE
JAILHOUSE  ROCK
MR.  FIRE  EYES
HULA  LOVE
AND THAT REMINDS  ME

HONEYCOMB
JUST  BETWEEN  YOU  AND  ME
TAMMY
FASCINATION
MOONLIGHT  SWIM

LIPS  OF  WINE
REMEMBER  YOU'RE  MINE
JUST  BORN
CHANCES  ARE
I LOVE  YOU BABY...REVERSE SIDE...

MELODIE  D'AMOUR
PLAYTHING
THE  HOUR  OF  PARTING
BLUE REMEMBERING YOU.....FRAULEIN
AROUND  THE  WORLD

BON  VOYAGE
THAT'S THE WAY IT GOES...SAYONARA
KISS  THEM  FOR  ME
THE WORDS THAT I WHISPER
RICKEY  RACKETY  RENDEVOUS

AN  AFFAIR  TO  REMEMBER
HA   HA  HA
I  FEEL  PRETTY
CHICAGO
SWINGIN'   SWEETHEARTS

I NEVER HAD THE BLUES
THE  LANGUAGE OF  LOVE
THINK OF ALL THE NICE THINGS HE'S DONE
THE  KINGDOM OF  LOVE
WELCOME  MAT

I KEEP RUNNING AWAY FROM YOU
A FERRYBOAT CALLED  MINERVA
WEDDING  RING..I STILL BELONG TO YOU
PLEASE  DON'T  BLAME  ME
I'M  FOLLOWING  YOU

IT'S A WONDERFUL THING TO BE LOVED
GOOD  EVENING  FRIENDS
IT'S  NOT  FOR ME TO SAY
ROCKIN'  SHOES....... TAMMY
FORGOTTEN  DREAMS

GONNA  FIND  ME  A  BLUEBIRD
SHANGRI  LA
A  LOVELY NIGHT
BUILD YOUR LOVE ON A STRONG FOUNDATION
SUMMER  HOLIDAY
EVERLY  BROS.
ELVIS  PRESLEY
BONNIE  GUITAR
BUDDY  KNOX
DELLA  REESE

JIMMIE  ROGERS
THE  CHORDETTES
DEBBIE  REYNOLDS
JANE  MORGAN
TONY  PERKINS

ANDY  WILLIAMS
PAT  BOONE
PERRY  COMO
JOHNNY MATHIS
PAUL  ANKA

THE  AMES  BROS.
NICK  TODD
OWEN BRADLEY ORK & CHO ..... #
STEVE  LAWRENCE
VICTOR  YOUNG.....INSTR

JANICE  HARPER
EDDIE  FISHER
THE  EAGLES...............  #
SAL  MINEO
DORIS  DAY

VIC  DAMONE
LOU  MONTE ................ #
JILL  COREY
FRANK  SINATRA
WINTERHALTER  ORK...INSTR

GEORGIA  GIBBS
CINDY  AND  LINDY
BETTY  MADIGAN
THE  FOUR  VOICES
KATHY  BARR

MERV  GRIFFIN
DON  CHERRY
RUSS  HAMILTON
MARTY  ROBBINS
THE  BLENDERS

GOGI  GRANT
F.  LAINE  &  J. RAY
JOHNNY  MATHIS
THE  AMES  BROS.
LEROY  ANDERSON ORK...INSTR

JOYCE  HAHN
THE  FOUR  COINS
BETTY  MADIGAN
JOHNNY  RAY
JACK  ZIMMERMAN ORK...INSTR







Notes and Corrections:
- This retyped chart is formatted in a similar manner as the original typed chart and duplicates most of the typing idiosyncrasies and misspellings found on the original.


CKWX TOP FIFTY
VANCOUVER TOP 40 RADIO EDITION
2019

Keep A Knockin' - Little Richard

No. 3
on Red's
chart

And That Reminds Me - Della Reese


No. 5
on the CKWX chart


Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley


No. 2
on the
'WX chart
&
No. 1 on Red's
chart



Teenagers Now Go For Silvery Look
Vancouver Sun: Nov. 1/57

Dr. Eugene Gilbert has conducted a survey of youth activities among 5,000 U.S. teenagers. Here is another report on his findings.

By DR. EUGENE GILBERT


   Silver threads among the gold is developing into a fad among teen-age girls.
   From Baton Rouge, La., to Walla Walla, Wash. bobby soxers are daubing their locks with peroxide and other bleaches to achieve a slick streak of silver among blonde, brunette or raven tresses.
   The "silvered coiffure" is only one of a number of teenaged fads we encountered in a nationwide survey of youthful antics.
   We learned, for instance, that raccoon coats are coming back faster than you think, that blue jeans and sloppy-Joe sweaters are on the way out, and that this year's high schooler will be neater, dressier and more conservative than last year's model.






Red Robinson's
CKWX
Teen Canteen Survey
The Top 10
of the original Top Fifty

Countdown air date: Oct. 26/57
Vancouver Sun: Nov. 1/57



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TITLE & ARTIST
Jailhouse Rock
          -Elvis Presley
Wake Up Little Susie
          -Everly Brothers
Keep A-Knockin'
          -Little Richard
Unfaithful Diane
          -Don Deal
Peggy Sue
          -Buddy Holly
Hot Rod
          -Billy Riley
Wait and See
          -Fats Domino
Alone
          -Shepherd Sisters
Treat Me Nice
          -Elvis Presley
Hot Rod
          -Sensational Stripes


RED'S FUTURE HIT PREDICTIONS



Baby, I Don't Care
          -Elvis Presley
Oh Boy
          -The Crickets
Story of My Life
          -Marty Robbins
Back to School Again
          -Jimmie Rodgers
Mean Woman Blues
          -Jerry Lee Lewis
Blue Doll
          -Anita Carter
Little Bitty Pretty One
          -Bobby Day & the Satellites
Rock-A-Chicka
          -Warner Mack
You Bug Me Baby
          -Larry Williams

RED'S RECORD RACK
Tab Starts on
His 3rd Million

by RED ROBINSON
Vancouver Sun: Nov. 1/57
   Motion picture star Tab Hunter started a trend last spring when he recorded a song for Randy Wood's Dot label.
   It was Randy's belief that a movie star as big as Tab would mean big sales for his record company.
   Well, the rest is history. Tab's record sold a million-and-a-half copies and he followed it up with another million-seller Ninety-Nine Ways and Red Sails in the Sunset.
   Today he has a new record out on Dot, I'm Alone, and it could be another million-seller.


    Every day someone will ask me how I can stand this rock and roll music I'm playing.
   The truth of the matter is that rock and roll is not what it used to be.
   The big beat Bill Haley style is no longer; the music has become subdued.
   The western influence is stronger and rock-a-billy has really taken over from the original form of rock.
   Marty Robbins, Ferlin Huskey, Chet Atkins and other western singers are now making money from both fields.
   Their country money is still rolling in and of course they are gaining popularity and money from the pop lovers too.
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   Imperial has signed Yvonne DeCarlo to an exclusive recording contract. Yvonne is an established musical performer who has sung in 20 of her 32 motion pictures.