03/31/60 — 3DB 1030 AM ( Melbourne, Victoria )
                    3DB 1030  MELBOURNE
                     3DB-NATIONAL TOP 40
                       MARCH 3, 1960
TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
11 Andy WilliamsThe Village Of St. Bernadette7
25 Tommy SteeleLittle White Bull6
38 Johnny And The HurricanesBeatnik Fly4
42 Emile FordWhat Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For12
53 Johnny O'KeefeShe's My Baby14
67 Mark DinningTeen Angel7
79 Jim ReevesHe'll Have To Go4
84 Rod LaurenIf I Had A Girl10
96 Crash CraddockBoom Boom Baby16
1015 Johnny And The HurricanesReveille Rock5
1110 Lonnie LeeAin't It So15
1212 Lonnie LeeStarlight Starbright7
1317 Jack ScottWhat In The World's Come Over You3
1421 Jimmy JonesHandy Man5
1514 Crash CraddockI Want That10
1611 Everly BrothersLet It Be Me6
1716 Bill HaleyJoey's Song21
1827 Della ReeseNot One Minute More7
1923 Neil SedakaOh Carol15
2018 Henry ManciniPeter Gunn19
2119 Johnnie RayWhen It's Springtime In The Rockies10
2222 Bobby DarinBeyond The Sea7
2328 Freddy CannonWay Down Yonder In New Orleans3
2438 Floyd RobinsonTonight You Belong To Me2
2540 Dig Richards(Real Gone) Annie Laurie2
2613 Duane EddyBonnie Came Back9
2720 Marv JohnsonYou Got What It Takes11
28 Pat BooneWelcome New Lovers1
2924 Frank IfieldLucky Devil5
3025 Connie FrancisAmong My Souvenirs13
3131 The PlattersHarbor Lights3
3230 Johnny PrestonRunning Bear18
33 Connie FrancisMama1
34 Bobby RydellWild One1
3533 Col JoyeTeenage Baby12
36 Johnny PrestonCradle Of Love1
3726 Marty RobbinsEl Paso3
3834 Steve LawrencePretty Blue Eyes11
3937 Conway TwittyLonely Blue Boy3
4039 Sandy NelsonTeen Beat11
PH The BrownsThe Old Lamplighter
PH Frankie AvalonDon't Throw Away All Those Teardrops

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