America's Number Ones of the '50s Album

Various Artists

About America's Number Ones of the '50s

This America's Number Ones of the '50s album was released in 2011 and featured titles like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, I Can Dream, Can't I? and Rag Mop from Gene Autry, The Andrews Sisters and The Ames Brothers.
Year:
2011
#SongArtistDuration
1Gene Autry  
2The Andrews Sisters  
3The Ames Brothers  
4Red Foley  
5Teresa Brewer  
6Eileen Barton, The New Yorkers  
8Nat King Cole  
10Sammy Kaye  
11Phil Harris  
12Patti Page  
13Perry Como, Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra  
14Mario Lanza  
15Les Paul & Mary Ford, Les Paul, Mary Ford  
16Nat King Cole  
17Rosemary Clooney  
18Tony Bennett  
19Tony Bennett  
20Eddy Howard  
21Johnnie Ray & The Four Lads  
22Kay Starr  
23Leroy Anderson  
24Al Martino  
26Vera Lynn  
27Jo Stafford  
28Patti Page  
30Joni James, Ray Anthony  
31Jimmy Boyd  
32Perry Como  
33Teresa Brewer  
34Patti Page  
35Percy Faith  
36Eddie Fisher  
38Stan Freberg  
39Tony Bennett  
40Eddie Fisher  
41Doris Day  
42Jo Stafford  
43Perry Como, Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra And Chorus  
44Kitty Kallen  
45The Crew Cuts  
46Rosemary Clooney  
48Eddie Fisher  
49The Chordettes  
50Joan Weber  
51The Fontane Sisters  
53Bill Hayes  
55Bill Haley & His Comets  
56Mitch Miller  
57The Four Aces  
58Roger Williams  
60Dean Martin  
61Kay Starr  
62The Coasters, The Platters  
64Les Baxter  
65Elvis Presley  
66Gogi Grant  
67Elvis Presley  
68The Platters  
69Pat Boone  
70Elvis Presley  
71Jim Lowe  
72Elvis Presley  
73Guy Mitchell, Ray Coniff  
74Elvis Presley  
75Pat Boone  
77Andy Williams  
78Buddy Knox & the Rhythm Orchids  
79Perry Como, The Ray Charles Singers, Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra  
80Elvis Presley  
82Elvis Presley  
85The Crickets  
86Jimmie Rodgers  
87The Everly Brothers  
88Elvis Presley  
89Sam Cooke  
90Pat Boone  
91Danny & the Juniors  
92Elvis Presley  
93The Silhouettes  
94The Champs  
95The Platters  
97The Everly Brothers  
98Sheb Wooley  
99The Jordanaires, Elvis Presley  

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