11/05/59 — 3DB 1030 AM ( Melbourne, Victoria )
                    3DB 1030  MELBOURNE
                     3DB-NATIONAL TOP 40
                       NOVEMBER 5, 1959
12 Johnnie RayI'll Never Fall In Love Again
21 Col Joye(Rockin' Rollin') Clementine
33 Al MorganI'll Take Care Of Your Cares
45 Everly Brothers(Til) I Kissed You
58 Lonnie DoneganDoes Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor
64 The BrownsThe Three Bells
77 Mormon Tabernacle ChoirBattle Hymn Of The Republic
810 Ivo RobicMorgen
96 Lloyd PriceI'm Gonna Get Married
1025 Col JoyeOh Yeah Uh Huh
1112 Johnny And The HurricanesRed River Rock
1215 Jimmie RodgersTucumcari
139 Sarah VaughanBroken-Hearted Melody
1417 Johnny RestivoThe Shape I'm In
1511 Ricky NelsonJust A Little Too Much
1626 Dodie StevensMiss Lonely Hearts
1713 Fats DominoI'm Gonna Be A Wheel Some Day
1822 FabianCome On And Get Me
1928 Bobby DarinMack The Knife
2038 Johnny O'KeefeSwan-Ee River
2118 Cliff RichardLiving Doll
2214 Phil Phillips With The TwilightsSea Of Love
2319 FabianTiger
24 Santo And JohnnySleep Walk
2521 Johnny HortonSal's Got A Sugar Lip
2629 Dee ClarkHey Little Girl
2716 Conway TwittyMona Lisa
2820 The OlympicsPrivate Eye
29 Johnny O'KeefeShout
3035 Tony BellusRobbin' The Cradle
3123 Paul AnkaPut Your Head On My Shoulder
32 Wink MartindaleDeck Of Cards
3334 The CoastersPoison Ivy
34 Mitchell TorokCaribbean
3540 The IslandersEnchanted Sea
3637 Elvis PresleyA Big Hunk O' Love
3724 Johnny O'KeefeWhy Do They Doubt Our Love
3830 Jacky NoguezCiao Ciao Bambina
3932 Homer And JethroBattle Of Kookamonga
4033 Johnny CashI Got Stripes
PH Kitty KallenIf I Give My Heart To You
PH Ernie FieldsIn The Mood

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