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1957's Hit Music & Song Charts
1957's Biggest Artists, Albums and Songs
Buy It! Harry Belafonte's The Banana Boat Song was the most-recorded pop song of the year - recordings by The Tarriers, Fontane Sisters, Steve Lawrence, Sarah Vaughn and Stan Freberg all also cracked the top 25 Billboard charts with the song.
New Artists in the Pop Charts Included:
Sam Cooke, Jimmy Rodgers, Paul Anka, The Everly Bothers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline, Johnny Mathis, David Seville and Conway Twitty
1957's Retro Pop Top 10 Hit List
1. Buy It! Diana - Paul Anka
2. Buy It! Rock and Roll Music - Chuck Berry
3. Buy It! Ain't Got No Home - Clarence 'Frogman' Henry
4. Buy It! Kisses Sweeter Than Wine - Jimmie Rodgers
5. Buy It! My Special Angel - Bobby Helms
6. Buy It! Searchin - The Coasters
7. Buy It! Jim Dandy - LaVern Baker
8. Buy It! School Day - Chuck Berry
9. Buy It! Lucille - Little Richard
10. Buy It! Tammy - Debbie Reynolds
1957's One Hit Wonders &
'Money Song' Top 10 Hit List
1. Buy It! Mr. Lee - The Bobbettes
2. Buy It! Tonite, Tonite - The Mello-Kings
3. Buy It! Raunchy - Bill Justis
4. Buy It! Happy Happy Birthday Baby - The Tune Weavers
5. Buy It! Rainbow - Russ Hamilton
6. Buy It! Little By Little - Micki Marlo
7. Buy It! Rang Tang Ding Dong (I Am The Japanese Sandman) - The Cellos
8. Buy It! Rebel - Carol Jarvis
9. Buy It! Black Slacks - Joe Bennett and the Sparkletones
10. Buy It! I Love My Girl - Cozy Morley
1957's Dance Top 10 Hit List
1. Buy It! All Shook Up - Elvis Presley
2. Buy It! Love is Strange - Mickey and Sylvia
3. Buy It! Little BItty Pretty One - Thurston Harris
4. Buy It! Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On - Jerry Lee Lewis
5. Buy It! Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
6. Buy It! Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly
7. Buy It! I'm Walkin - Fats Domino
8. Buy It! Wake Up Little Suzie - The Everly Brothers
9. Buy It! Party Doll - Buddy Knox
10. Buy It! Got My Mojo Working - Muddy Waters
1957's Doo Wop Song Top 10 Hit List
1. Buy It! At The Hop - Danny and the Juniors
2. Buy It! Little Darlin' - Diamonds
3. Buy It! Come Go With Me - Del-Vikings
4. Buy It! Tonite Tonite - The Mello-Kings
5. Buy It! Silhouettes - The Rays
6. Buy It! Deserie - The Charts
7. Buy It! Mr. Lee - Bobbettes
8. Buy It! Whispering Bells - Del-Vikings
9. Buy It! Walking Along - Solitaires
10. Buy It! Tell Me Why - Norman Fox and the Rob Roys
More Doo Wop Song Hits:
  Buy It! My Girlfriend - Cadillacs
  Buy It! Searchin' - Coasters
  Buy It! Peanuts - Little Joe and the Thrillers
  Buy It! Hey Little School Girl - Paragons
  Buy It! Young Blood - Coasters
  Buy It! My Juanita - The Crests
  Buy It! Buzz, Buzz, Buzz - Hollywood Flames
  Buy It! I'm So Happy - Lewis Lymon & the Teenchords
PCM's 1957 Top 10 Hit List
1. Buy It! Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
2. Buy It! Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
3. Buy It! Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On - Jerry Lee Lewis
4. Buy It! Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline
5. Buy It! Banana Boat Song (Day-O) - Harry Belafonte
6. Buy It! You Send Me - Sam Cooke
7. Buy It! Chances Are - Johnny Mathis
8. Buy It! School Day - Chuck Berry
9. Buy It! That'll Be The Day - Buddy Holly
10. Buy It! Goody Goody - Frankie Lymon
Check Out the Full PCM 1957
Annual Best Music Hits Here !
One Hit Wonders include artists with only one song in Billboard's Top 40 Pop Charts,
songs of note and well-known hits that did not even make the Billboard Pop Charts.
Hot Pop Songs/PCM Charts are based on DJ requests and online suggestions.
Some songs are listed in multiple years because some charts list the
'release date' as the official date, while others list the chart 'peak date.'
Compromising that data, we try to list songs for the year they saw the most chart action.
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