TOP FIFTY SONGS FOR WEEK ENDING NOV. 10/57


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WAKE UP LITTLE  SUSIE
JAILHOUSE  ROCK
MR.  FIRE  EYES
SPECIAL  ANGEL
HULA  LOVE

MELODIE D'AMOUR
AND THAT REMINDS ME
HONEYCOMB
MOONLIGHT  SWIM
FASCINATION

JUST  BETWEEN  YOU AND  ME
APRIL  LOVE
LIPS  OF  WINE
JUST  BORN
TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE  ME

PLAYTHING
REMEMBER YOU'RE  MINE
TAMMY
CHANCES  ARE
AROUND  THE  WORLD

THAT'S THE WAY IT GOES....SAYONARA
RICKETY  RACKETY RENDEZVOUS
THE  UNBELIEVER
AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER
HA HA HA

I  FEEL  PRETTY
JUST  FOREVER
BON  VOYAGE
WOULD  I  WERE
RED  LETTER  DAY

I NEVER  HAD THE BLUES
THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
SWINGIN'  SWEETHEARTS
THE  KINGDOM  OF  LOVE
WELCOME  MAT

THINK OF ALL THE NICE THINGS HE'S  DONE
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
THE  WORDS THAT I WHISPER
EVERLY  BROS.
ELVIS  PRESLEY
BONNIE  GUITAR
BOBBY  HELM
BUDDY  KNOX

THE  AMES  BROS.
DELLA  REESE
JIMMIE  ROGERS
TONY  PERKINS
JANE  MORGAN

THE  CHORDETTES
PAT  BOONE
ANDY  WILLIAMS
PERRY  COMO
PAUL  ANKA

NICK  TODD
PAT  BOONE
DEBBIE  REYNOLDS
JOHNNY  MATHIS
VICTOR  YOUNG  ORK...INSTR

EDDIE  FISHER
DORIS  DAY
GUY  MITCHELL
VIC  DAMONE
KAYE  ARMEN

JILL  COREY
JULIUS  LAROSA
JANICE  HARPER
PAT  KIRBY
RICHARD  HAYES

GEORGIA  GIBBS
CINDY  AND  LINDY
WINTERHALTER ORK...INSTR
THE  FOUR  ACES
KATHY  BARR

BETTY  MADIGAN
DON  CHERRY
RUSS  HAMILTON
MARTY  ROBBINS
THE  BLENDERS

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

JOYCE  HAHN
THE  FOUR  COINS
BETTY  MADIGAN
JOHNNY  RAY
SAL  MINEO



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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

Gene Vincent on the Ed Sullivan Show - Nov. 17, 1957




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


Countdown air date: Nov. 9/57
Vancouver Sun: Nov. 15/57



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TITLE & ARTIST
Baby I Don't Care
          -Elvis Presley
Unfaithful Diane
          -Don Deal
Oh Boy
          -Crickets
Mean Woman Blues
          -Jerry Lee Lewis
The Story of My Life
          -Marty Robbins
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
          -Jimmie Rodgers
Jailhouse Rock
          -Elvis Presley
Raunchy
          -Ernie Freeman
Rock-A-Chicka
          -Warner Mack
Wake Up Little Susie
          -Everly Brothers


RED'S FUTURE HIT PREDICTIONS



Land of Love
          -Jimmy Simmons
Fever
          -Earl Grant
Buzz Buzz Buzz
          -Rusty Draper
In My Own Back Yard
          -Jerry Reed
Dance to the Bop
          -Gene Vincent
Great Balls of Fire
          -Jerry Lee Lewis
Rocket to the Moon
          -Tony Perkins
Heart Like a Rock
          -Charlie Gracey
Love Bug Crawl
          -Jimmy Edwards




RED'S RECORD RACK
Vincent to Show
With Ed Sullivan

by RED ROBINSON
Vancouver Sun: Nov. 15/57
    Gene Vincent will appear in person on the Ed Sullivan show Sunday to receive his gold disc for 1,500,000 sales of "Lotta Lovin'."
   This is his second gold platter. The first one came 13 months ago for 2,000,000 sales of a record called "Be Bop A Lula." This platter made Gene Vincent one of the most promising newcomers of 1957 according to five national polls.
   Gene told me backstage at the Georgia Auditorium on Tuesday night that he's mighty happy to be in show business and proud that he has been asked to go on the Sullivan show Sunday.
   His Bluecaps will appear with him. They have promised they will sing "Lotta Lovin" and his current hit, "Dance To The Bop."
   Watch out for a major change soon in the music picture.
   The trend to date has been outright rock and roll and the various joint-trends of music that accompanied it, like "Rock-A-Billy."  Rock-A-Hula" and "Rock-A-Chicka." The new trend seems to be to use the big beat to back up slow ballads. This is apparent in songs like "I'm Available," "Honeycomb." Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" and many more.
   Let's face it--ballads are back. No quick change is taking place. It is a slow procedure this introducing ballads with the big beat background.
   I doubt whether the entire hit parade will be ballads because people still like to dance to the big beat.