05/16/59 — 3DB 1030 AM ( Melbourne, Victoria )
                    3DB 1030  MELBOURNE
                     3DB-NATIONAL TOP 40
                        MAY 16, 1959
TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
11 Chris BarberPetite Fleur
23 The DiamondsShe Say
32 Frankie AvalonVenus
44 Harry Simeone ChoirLittle Drummer Boy
510 Elvis Presley(Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
65 Billy GrammerGotta Travel On
76 McGuire SistersMay You Always
89 Perry ComoTomboy
911 Dodie StevensPink Shoe Laces
1013 Jimmie RodgersWaltzing Matilda
117 Johnny CashDon't Take Your Guns To Town
1214 Teddy BearsTo Know Him Is To Love Him
1330 Buddy HollyIt Doesn't Matter Anymore
1421 The Crests16 Candles
1515 The CoastersCharlie Brown
168 Polly BergenCome Prima
1722 Lloyd PriceStagger Lee
1816 Bill ParsonsThe All American Boy
1918 The PlattersSmoke Gets In Your Eyes
2025 Ritchie ValensDonna
2126 Elvis PresleyI Need Your Love Tonight
2212 Cyril StapletonThe Children's Marching Song
2329 Frank SinatraFrench Foreign Legion
2438 Neil SedakaI Go Ape
2536 The FleetwoodsCome Softly To Me
2617 Johnny WesternThe Ballad Of Paladin
2719 Four LadsEnchanted Island
2834 The VirtuesGuitar Boogie Shuffle
2923 Tommy SandsBigger Than Texas
3024 Everly BrothersProblems
3120 Paul Anka(All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings
3232 Billy WilliamsNola
33 Ted And RayTell Him No
3428 Brook BentonIt's Just A Matter Of Time
35 David Seville And The ChipmunksAlvin's Harmonica
3627 Johnny NashAlmost In Your Arms
3731 Ricky NelsonIt's Late
3835 AnnetteTall Paul
39 Nicola PaoneBlah, Blah, Blah
40 Shirley BasseyKiss Me, Honey Honey, Kiss Me
PH Dion & The BelmontsA Teenager In Love
PH Dave "Baby" CortezThe Happy Organ
PH Little RichardKansas City

NOTE: With the exception of the Predictions, the survey does not list 
artists. The artists shown above are a best-guess by Australian survey
collector, Ray Sinclair, based on his knowledge and research of the 
Australian radio charts of the artists who released these singles at 
the time of this survey.  Several of the songs listed may have been 
recorded by multiple artists which was a common practice at the time
of this survey. 

Survey courtesy of Ray Sinclair.