2UE 950 AM
SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES

Week: 09/13/63
Format: T40
                  2UE 950 - SYDNEY 
                   OFFICIAL TOP 40
      THE ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC SURVEY OF HIT TUNES 
                  SEPTEMBER 13, 1963
TW                                                                LW
 1. Bombora – The Atlantics                                        1
 2. Surfin’ Hootenanny – Al Casey                                  3
 3. Wipe Out – The Surfaris                                        2
 4. Hello Mudduh, Hello Fudduh – Allan Sherman                     8
 5. 55 Days At Peking – Rob E.G.                                   4
 6. Surf City – Jan And Dean                                       6
 7. Avalon Stomp – Denver Men                                      5
 8. Not Responsible – Helen Shapiro                               15
 9. Forget Him – Bobby Rydell                                     10
10. Painted, Tainted Rose – Al Martino                            11
11. Easier Said Than Done – The Essex                              7
12. Lucky Lips – Cliff Richard                                     9
13. Danke Schoen – Wayne Newton                                   12
14. I Like It – Gerry And The Pacemakers                          13
15. The Lonely Surfer – Jack Nitzche                              33
16. Sandy Sandy – Town And Country Brothers                       27
17. Ninth Wave – The Ventures                                     34
18. Devil In Disguise – Elvis Presley                             18
19. My Whole World Is Falling Down – Brenda Lee                   19
20. Judy’s Turn To Cry – Leslie Gore                              16
21. Atlantis – The Shadows                                        20
22. Green Green – New Christy Minstrels                           21
23. Ski Run – The Echomen                                         40
24. I Love You Because – Al Martino                               23
25. Hootenanny – The Glencoves                                    17
26. From Me To You – Del Shannon                                  26
27. Lost Patrol – Oberst Nicholson Band                           22
28. Judy Judy Judy – Johnny Tillotson                             --
29. Sukiyaki – Kyu Sakamoto                                       14
30. Blue On Blue – Bobby Vinton                                   24
31. How High The Moon – Floyd Cramer                              31
32. True Love Never Runs Smooth – Gene Pitney                     30
33. You’ll Never Cherish A Love So True – Johnny O’Keefe          25
34. If I Had A Hammer – Trini Lopez                               --
35. (And Her Name Is) Scarlet – The De Kroo Brothers              --
36. Don’t Try To Fight It Baby – Eydie Gorme                      28
37. Petite Chanson – Johnny Crawford                              39
38. Be Bop A Lula – Col Joye                                      38
39. Maria Elena – Los Indios Tabajaras                            --
40. Talk Back Tremblin’ Lips – Debbie Stuart                      --

    COUNTRY AND WESTERN HIT PARADE	
 1. Painted, Tainted Rose – Al Martino                             3
 2. Hootenanny – The Glencoves                                     1
 3. My Sugar’s Gone – Dean Martin                                  2
 4. Talk Back Trembling Lips – Adrian Ussher                       6
 5. Drownin’ My Sorrows – Connie Francis                           5
 6. Ballad Of Jed Clampett – Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs         4
 7. Sandy Sandy – Town And Country Bros.                          10
 8. You’re The Reason I’m Living – Bobby Darin                     8
 9. Hilly Billy Ding Dong Choo Choo – The Appalachians             7
10. Second-Hand Rose – Teresa Brewer                              --
11. How High The Moon – Floyd Cramer                              11
12. Another Fool Like Me – Ned Miller                             --
 

NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed
    sheet.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Saturday, June 23, 2018)




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