03/10/60 — 3DB 1030 AM ( Melbourne, Victoria )
                    3DB 1030  MELBOURNE
                     3DB-NATIONAL TOP 40
                       MARCH 10, 1960
TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
12 Emile FordWhat Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For9
25 Rod LaurenIf I Had A Girl7
38 Johnnie RayWhen It's Springtime In The Rockies7
41 Crash CraddockBoom Boom Baby13
54 Lonnie LeeAin't It So12
611 Duane EddyBonnie Came Back6
73 Johnny O'KeefeShe's My Baby11
812 Andy WilliamsThe Village Of St. Bernadette4
913 Mark DinningTeen Angel4
106 Bill HaleyJoey's Song18
1114 Marv JohnsonYou Got What It Takes8
127 Neil SedakaOh Carol12
1310 Connie FrancisAmong My Souvenirs10
1417 Bobby DarinBeyond The Sea4
1519 Tommy SteeleLittle White Bull3
169 Johnny PrestonRunning Bear15
1728 Everly BrothersLet It Be Me3
1815 Col JoyeTeenage Baby9
1916 Crash CraddockI Want That7
2029 Four PrepsDown By The Station3
2118 Henry ManciniPeter Gunn16
2235 Frank IfieldLucky Devil2
2324 Della ReeseNot One Minute More4
2440 Jimmy JonesHandy Man2
2520 Steve LawrencePretty Blue Eyes8
2630 Johnny And The HurricanesReveille Rock2
2721 Lonnie LeeStarlight Starbright4
28 Jim ReevesHe'll Have To Go1
2923 Paul AnkaSomething Has Changed Me8
3022 Buddy HollyPeggy Sue Got Married11
3125 Guy MitchellHeartaches By The Number17
3226 Sandy NelsonTeen Beat8
33 Johnny And The HurricanesBeatnik Fly1
3427 Willy Alberti, Rocco GranataMarina9
35 Lloyd PriceLady Luck1
3631 Johnny O'KeefeShout19
3736 Johnnie RayI'll Never Fall In Love Again27
3832 FabianHound Dog Man6
3933 The HawkIn The Mood15
4034 Col JoyeOh Yeah Uh Huh20
PH Pat BooneWelcome New Lovers
PH Brook Benton & Dinah WashingtonBaby You've Got What It Takes

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