Top Ranking Singles of 1957

Top Ranking Singles of 1957 
  1. Buddy HollyEveryday
  2. Chuck BerryJohnny B. Goode
  3. Jerry Lee Lewis & His Pumping PianoGreat Balls Of Fire
  4. The Del VikingsCome Go With Me
  5. Sam Cooke – You Send Me
  6. Fats DominoThe Big Beat
  7. Buddy Holly & the CricketsThat’ll Be The Day
  8. The BobbettesMr Lee
  9. Patsy ClineWalkin’ After Midnight
  10. Chuck BerryRock And Roll Music
  11. Elvis PresleyJailhouse Rock
  12. The DiamondsLittle Darlin
  13. The Everly BrothersBye Bye Love
  14. Sam Cooke – (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
  15. Buddy Holly & the CricketsPeggy Sue
  16. Little RichardLucille
  17. Elvis PresleyAll Shook Up
  18. Bo DiddleyWho Do You Love
  19. Buddy HollyNot Fade Away
  20. The DriftersFools Fall In Love 
  21. Johnny CashRock Island Line – Original
  22. Chuck BerrySchool Day (Ring Ring Goes The Bell)
  23. Danny & the JuniorsAt The Hop
  24. Jerry Lee LewisWhole Lotta Shakin’ Going On
  25. Larry Williams – Bony Moronie
  26. Buddy HollyWords Of Love
  27. Fats DominoValley Of Tears 
  28. The Everly BrothersWake Up Little Susie
  29. The DiamondsThe Stroll
  30. Dion & the BelmontsA Teenager In Love
  31. Johnny CashThere You Go
  32. Sam CookeSummertime
  33. Buddy Holly & the CricketsOh Boy!
  34. The CoastersThe Idol With the Golden Head
  35. Bobby HelmsFraulein
  36. Thelonious MonkBemsha Swing
  37. Sleepy LaBeef – All the Time
  38. Sam CookeI’ll Come Running Back To You
  39. Frank SinatraWitchcraft
  40. Patsy ClineThree Cigarettes In An Ashtray
  41. Chuck BerryNo Money Down
  42. Sonny RollinsI’m An Old Cowhand
  43. Elvis Presley(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
  44. Thelonius Monk – Brilliant Corners
  45. Little RichardKeep A Knockin’
  46. Jim ReevesFour Walls
  47. The CoastersSearchin’
  48. Nat King ColeWhen I Fall In Love 
  49. Johnny CashHome Of The Blues
  50. Thelonius MonkI Surrender Dear
  51. The CoastersYoung Blood 
  52. Jerry Lee LewisYou Win Again
  53. Fats DominoWhen I See You 
  54. Miles Davis – ‘Round Midnight
  55. Chuck Berry – Sweet Little Sixteen
  56. Larry Williams – Short Fat Fannie
  57. Chuck Willis – C.C. Rider
  58. Thurston Harris – Little Bitty Pretty One
  59. Sam Cooke – Forever
  60. Miles Davis – Bye Bye Blackbird
  61. The Chantels – Maybe
  62. Marty Robbins – A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)
  63. Larry Williams – High School Dance
  64. Sam Cooke – Desire Me
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Top Ranking Singles of 1957

Top Ranking Songs of the Past: 1956

Top Ranking Singles of 1956

Fats DominoBlueberry Hill

Elvis Presley – Hound Dog

Shirley & LeeLet The Good Times Roll

Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line

Ivory Joe Hunter – Since I Met You Baby

Carl Perkins – Blue Suede Shoes

Little RichardLong Tall Sally

Elvis Presley – Heartbreak Hotel

Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers – Why Do Fools Fall In Love

Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps – Be-Bop-A-Lula

Ray Charles Hallelujah I Love Her So 

Johnny Cash – There You Go

Chuck BerryBrown Eyed Handsome Man

Eddie Cochran – Sweetie Pie

Howlin’ WolfSmokestack Lightnin’

Johnny Horton – Honky-Tonk Man

Ray Charles – Lonely Avenue

Johnny Burnette Trio – The Train Kept A Rollin

Fats DominoI’m Walkin’

Clarence “Frogman” HenryAin’t Got No Home

Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven

Elvis Presley – Don’t Be Cruel

Mickey & Sylvia – Love Is Strange

Bill Haley & His Comets – See You Later, Alligator  

The Five Satins – In The Still of the Night  

Wanda Jackson – Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins – I Put A Spell On You

Ray Price – Crazy Arms

James Brown – Please Please Please

Ray Charles – Mary Ann

Frank SinatraI’ve Got You Under My Skin

Fats DominoMy Blue Heaven

Webb Pierce – Why Baby Why

Harry Belafonte – Day-O (Banana Boat)

Elvis Presley – Love Me Tender

Fats Domino – Blue Monday

Paul AnkaDiana

Bo Diddley – Who Do You Love?

Elvis Presley – Blue Moon

Chuck Berry – Too Much Monkey Business

Marty Robbins – Singing The Blues

Little Richard Rip It Up 

Faron Young – Sweet Dreams

Harry Belafonte – Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

Patsy Cline – I Love You, Honey

Chuck Berry – You Can’t Catch Me

Little Willie John – Fever

Elvis Presley – Blue Suede Shoes

The Drifters – I Gotta Get Myself A Woman

Buck Owens – After the Dance

Fats Domino – When My Dreamboat Comes Home

Dean Martin – Memories Are Made Of This

The DellsOh, What A Night

George Jones – Just One More

Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers – The ABC’s of Love

Elvis Presley – I Want You, I Need You, I Love You

The Drifters – Ruby Baby

Buck Owens – Down on the Corner of Love

Little Richard – Ready Teddy

Johnnie RayJust Walking In The Rain

Clifford Brown and Max Roach – These Foolish Things

Roy Orbison – Ooby Dooby

The Platters – My Prayer

Wanda Jackson – I Gotta Know

Bo Diddley – Diddy Wah Diddy

Guy Mitchell – Singing The Blues

Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers – I’m Not a Juvenile Delinquent

Patsy Cline – I’ve Loved and Lost Again

The Valentines – The Woo Woo Train

Elvis PresleyOld Shep

Young Jessie – Don’t Happen No More

Johnny Burnette Trio – Tear It Up

Junior GordonBlow Wind Blow

John Lee Hooker – Dimples

Huey “Piano” Smith – Little Liza Jane

Warren Smith – Ubangi Stomp

Bill Doggett – Honky Tonk

Carl Perkins – Dixie Fried

LaVern Baker – Jim Dandy

Johnny Burnette Trio – Honey Hush

Ray Charles – What Would I Do Without You?

Dean Martin – Innamorata (Sweetheart)

The Drifters – Steamboat

Eddie Cochran – Skinny Jim

Bo Diddley –  Cops and Robbers

Bing Crosby & Grace KellyTrue Love [from High Society]

Little Willie John – Need Your Love So Bad

Let The Good Times Roll

Top Ranking Songs of the Past: 1956