11/10/60 — 3DB 1030 AM ( Melbourne, Victoria )
                    3DB 1030  MELBOURNE
                        3DBS TOP 40
                      NOVEMBER 10, 1960
11 Elvis PresleyIt's Now Or Never8
22 Cliff RichardPlease Don't Tease7
35 Connie FrancisMy Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own4
43 Bob LumanLet's Think About Living7
54 Lonnie LeeI Found A New Love9
66 Johnny O'KeefeDon't You Know13
719 The DriftersSave The Last Dance For Me2
89 Sam CookeChain Gang5
97 The VenturesWalk Don't Run12
1010 Hank LocklinPlease Help Me, I'm Falling16
1111 The ShadowsApache4
128 Johnny BondHot Rod Lincoln8
1312 Wanda JacksonLet's Have A Party6
1415 Jimmie RodgersJust A Closer Walk With Thee22
1514 Diana TraskLong Ago Last Summer14
1613 Rob E GWhiplash9
1729 Brenda LeeI Want To Be Wanted2
1816 Piltdown MenBrontosaurus Stomp4
1921 Roy OrbisonBlue Angel3
2039 Duane EddyPeter Gunn2
2127 The FendermenDon't You Just Know It2
2228 Larry VerneMr Custer3
2317 Neil SedakaRun Samson Run8
2425 Johnny And The HurricanesRocking Goose6
2518 The FendermenMule Skinner Blues15
2622 Connie FrancisRobot Man12
2730 Johnny BurnetteDreamin'5
2820 Jo Ann CampbellA Kookie Little Paradise12
29 Johnny PrestonCharming Billy1
3023 Marv JohnsonMove Two Mountains5
3126 The Beau-MarksClap Your Hands17
3238 Brian HylandItsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini15
3332 Jimmie RodgersWreck Of The John B10
34 Joe JonesYou Talk Too Much1
3524 Bobby RydellVolare12
3631 The FireballsVaquero3
3734 Ray PetersonTell Laura I Love Her18
3840 Col JoyeYes Sir, That's My Baby11
3935 Lonnie LeeDefenceless11
4036 Everly BrothersSo Sad9
PH Bobby RydellSway
PH Floyd CramerLast Date
PH Pat BooneDear John

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