04/04/59 — 2UE 950 AM ( Sydney, New South Wales )

11 The PlattersSmoke Gets In Your Eyes
210 Billy GrammerGotta Travel On
34 The Teddy BearsTo Know Him, Is To Love Him
42 Sidney BechetPetite Fleur
42 Chris Barber's Jazz BandPetite Fleur (Little Flower)
58 Frankie AvalonVenus
63 Jimmie RodgersBimbombey
75 Lloyd PriceStagger Lee
86 Vic DamoneOn The Street Where You Live
86 Eddie FisherOn The Street Where You Live
97 Mitch Miller, His Orchestra And ChorusThe Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack)
97 Cyril Stapleton And His OrchestraThe Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Taddy Whack)
1011 Paul Anka(All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings
1120 The Harry Simeone ChoraleThe Little Drummer Boy
1219 Tommy SandsBigger Than Texas
1219 Jo-Ann KingBigger Than Texas
1316 Jimmie RodgersWaltzing Matilda
149 The PlaymatesBeep Beep
1512 Johnny O'KeefeWhat Da Ya Know
1621 The Crests16 Candles
1713 Tommy SandsBlue Ribbon Baby
1823 Pat BooneWith The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
1914 Louis ArmstrongThe Mardi Gras March
1914 Pat BooneThe Mardi Gras March
2017 Four AcesThe World Outside
2017 The Four CoinsThe World Outside
2115 Marino Marini And His QuartetCome Prima
2115 Polly BergenCome Prima
2115 Pierre CavalliCome Prima
2115 UmbertoCome Prima
2218 Bill ParsonsThe All American Boy
2322 Ritchie ValensDonna
2434 Jack ScottGoodbye Baby
2525 Eileen RodgersTreasure Of Your Love
26-- Johnny CashDon't Take Your Guns To Town
2732 The DiamondsShe Say (Oom Dooby Doom)
2824 Conway TwittyIt's Only Make Believe
2933 Perry ComoTomboy
3035 Linda LaurieAmbrose (Part Five)
3126 Johnny Rebb And His RebelsHey Sheriff
3228 Andy WilliamsThe Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au)
33-- Annette With The AfterbeatsTall Paul
3429 Elvis PresleyI Got Stung
35-- The Mark IVI Got A Wife
3637 The Five BlobsThe Blob
3731 The McGuire SistersMay You Always
3830 The Kingston TrioTom Dooley
3938 Billy WilliamsNola
3938 The Morgan BrothersNola
4040 Rosemary ClooneyI Could Have Danced All Night
4040 Sylvia SymsI Could Have Danced All Night

NOTE:  In the early years of the 2UE chart's existence, the chart listed song
titles only.  The transcript of this chart includes artist information based
on 'best guess' information concerning records issued at the time with the
appropriate title.  It was quite common during the era for several artists 
to release competing versions of the same song at the same time.