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Long Tall Sally
by Little Richard
Number 4 this week in 1957 it peaked at that position

The charts went down to Number 30 and Number 1 was Tab Hunter’s version of Young Love whilst Number 30 was Vera Lynn with The Faithful Hussar (Don’t Cry My Love)

One of the quite common aspects of the charts in those days was that you often got the same song performed by 1 or more artists this week was no different

Knee Deep In The Blues charted for Glenn Miller and Tommy Steel

The Banana Boat Song was in the Charts by Harry Bellafonte The Tarriers and Shirley Bassey

Don’t You Rock Me Daddy-o Charted for The Vipers Skiffle Group and Lonnie Donnegan

Young Love was also in the charts By Sonny James

There were also artists with multiple entries
Little Richard had 3
Guy Mitchell had 2
Pat Boone had 2
Johnnie Ray had 2 Including the biggest mover ... according to The Official Singles chart website it moved from Number 48 to Number 18 even though the published charts finished at 30.

Otherwise Dean Martin had the biggest new entry with the Man who Plays The Mandolino
1957 - United States
Posted: 22nd March 2019
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