'Shivers down the Backbone....'


DESERT ISLAND E.P.'s

Week by week we polled our list members for their 4 favourite tracks by a particular artist or group - i.e. make up their fantasy extended play record.


 THE COASTERS

R&B group formed in Los Angeles in late 1955 from elements of The Robins.
Originally consisted of Carl Gardner (ex-Robins lead), Leon Hughes (tenor),
Billy Guy (baritone lead), Bobby Nunn (ex-Robins; bass) and Adolph Jacobs
(guitar).  Noted for serio-comic recordings, primarily of Leiber & Stoller
songs.  Cornelius Gunter (early member of The Flairs, brother of Shirley
Gunter) joined in 1957, left in 1961.  Will 'Dub' Jones (ex-Cadets)
replaced Nunn in late 1958 and is heard on 'Charlie Brown' and 'Along Came
Jones'.  Earl 'Speedoo' Carroll (ex-Cadillacs) joined the group in 1961.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - which are your favourite
three Coasters' records?  Here are the results:

(17 voters - 153 points. Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts; 2nd -
3pts; 3rd - 1pt)

That Is Rock'n'Roll - 19
Yakety Yak - 19
Young Blood - 14
Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart - 14
Along Came Jones - 11
I`m A Hog For You Baby - 10
What About Us? - 10
Down In Mexico - 8
Poison Ivy - 8
Three Cool Cats - 8
Charlie Brown - 6
Ridin' Hood - 5
Searchin' - 5
Smokey Joe's Cafť - 5
Framed - 3
Riot in Cell Block No. Nine - 3
Shoppin' For Clothes - 2
Besame Mucho Part One - 1
Little Egypt - 1
What Is The Secret Of Your Success? - 1

(17 voters - 153 points)

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BOBBY DARIN

Born Walden Robert Cassotto on 14th May, 1936 in the Bronx; died of heart
failure on 20th December, 1973 in Los Angeles. First recorded in 1956 with
The Jaybirds (Decca).  First appeared on TV in March, 1956 on 'The Tommy
Dorsey Show".  Won the 1959 Best New Artist Grammy Award.  Married to
actress Sandra Dee from 1960-1967.  Nominated for an Oscar for his
performance in the movie 'Captain Newman, MD'  (1963).  Formed his own
record company.  Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
(courtesy, Joel Whitburn's 'Billboard Top Pop Singles 1955-1993').

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Bobby Darin records to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results:

(14 voters - 152 points. 2 voters listed only three songs.  Points awarded
- 1st place vote - 5pts; 2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Bulmoose - 26
Queen of the Hop - 21
Mack the Knife - 18
Dream Lover - 17
Splish Splash - 13
Mighty Mighty Man - 10
Beyond The Sea - 8
Reason To Believe - 5
Early in the Morning - 4
Eighteen Yellow Roses - 4
I'll Be There - 4
Nature Boy - 4
Artificial Flowers - 3
Amy - 2
Beachcomber - 2
I Want You With Me - 2
Lazy River - 2
Oo-Ee Train - 2
If A Man Answers - 1
Pity Miss Kitty - 1
True True Love - 1
Was There a Call for Me? - 1
You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - 1

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JERRY LEE LEWIS

Born on 29 September, 1935 in Ferriday, Louisiana.  Played piano since the
age of nine, professionally since age 15.  First recorded for Sun in 1956.
Appeared in the movie 'Jamboree' in 1957.  Career waned in 1958 after
marriage to 13-year-old cousin, Myra Gale Brown, daughter of his bass
player.  Made comeback in Country music beginning in 1968.  Nicknamed 'The
Killer', Lewis has been surrounded by personal tragedies during his life
and has survived several serious illnesses.  Cousin to Country singer
Mickey Gilley and disgraced TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart.  Inducted into
the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1986.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Jerry Lee Lewis records to a desert island, which four would
you choose?  Here are the results:

(19 voters - 208 points. 1 voter listed only three songs.  Points awarded -
1st place vote - 5pts; 2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

High School Confidential - 38
Great Balls Of Fire - 32
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - 26
Lovin' Up A Storm - 21
Breathless - 11
Little Queenie - 7
You Win Again -7
Me And Bobby McGhee - 6
Old Black Joe - 6
Lewis Boogie - 5
Rita May - 5
What'd I Say - 5
Big Blon' Baby - 3
Boogie Woogie Country Man - 3
Down The Line - 3
I Can't Stop Loving You - 3
I Wish I Was Eighteen Again - 3
Middle Aged Crazy - 3
The End Of The Road - 3
Crazy Arms - 2
In The Mood (The Hawk) - 2
It'll Be Me - 2
Let's Talk About Us - 2
She Still Comes Round (To Love What's Left of Me) - 2
The Ballad Of Billie Joe - 2
Working Man Blues - 2
Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee-o-dee - 1
I'm Feelin' Sorry - 1
I'm On Fire - 1
Oh Lonesome Me - 1

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THE EVERLY BROTHERS

Donald (real name Isaac Donald) was born 1 February, 1937 in Brownie,
Kentucky; Philip on 19 January, 1939 in Chicago.  Vocal
duo/guitarisits/songwriters.  Parents were folk and Country singers.  Don
(beginning at the age of eight) and Phil (aged six) sang with their parents
through high school.  They were invited to Nashville by Chet Atkins and
first recorded there for Columbia in 1955.  Signed to Archie Bleyer's
Cadence Records in 1957.  The duo split up in July 1973 and reunited in
September 1983.  Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1986.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Everly Brothers records to a desert island, which four would
you choose?  Here are the results:

(17 voters - 187 points. Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts; 2nd -
3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Wake Up, Little Susie - 21
The Price Of Love - 13
Bye Bye Love - 12
Cathy's Clown - 12
So Sad - 12
Temptation - 12
When Will I Be Loved - 12
Claudette - 7
I Wonder If I Care As Much - 7
On The Wings Of A Nightingale - 7
Bird Dog - 6
Ebony Eyes - 6
Love Hurts - 6
Devoted To You - 5
Nashville Blues - 5
Stories We Could Tell - 5
'Til I Kissed You - 5
Don't Worry Baby - 3
How Can I Meet Her? - 3
Lord Of The Manor - 3
Always It's You - 2
Crying In The Rain - 2
Let It Be Me - 2
Long Time Gone - 2
Maybe Tomorrow - 2
Problems - 2
Since You Broke My Heart - 2
Take A Message To Mary - 2
Walk Right Back - 2
Brand New Heartache - 1
Ladies Love Outlaws - 1
Lucille - 1
No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - 1
Should We Tell Him? - 1
That's Old Fashioned - 1
The Ferris Wheel - 1


GENE VINCENT

Born Vincent Eugene Craddock on 11 February, 1935 in Norfolk, Virginia.
Died from an ulcer haemorrhage on 12th October, 1971.  Innovative
rock'n'roll singer/songwriter/guitarist.  He injured his left leg in
motorcycle accident in 1953 and had to wear a steel brace thereafter.
Formed the Blue Caps in Norfolk in 1956.  Appeared in the movies 'The Girl
Can't Help It' and 'Hot Rod Gang'.  Gene spent the best part of the years
1960-1967 based in the U.K.  He was injured in the car crash that killed
Eddie Cochran in England in 1960.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Gene Vincent tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results:

(16 voters - 164 points (58 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt) (2 voters listed only one song)

Race With The Devil - 17 (4)
Baby Blue - 11 (3)
Important Words - 11 (3)
Say Mama - 11 (4)
Git It - 10 (2)
Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me - 10 (3)
Be Bop A Lula - 8 (2)
Lotta Lovin' - 7 (2)
Rocky Road Blues - 7 (2)
Woman Love - 7 (2)
Gonna Back Up Baby - 6 (2)
Right Now - 6 (2)
Rollin' Danny - 5 (1)
Bluejean Bop - 4 (2)
Crazy Times - 3 (1)
I Got A Baby - 3 (1)
Lazy River - 3 (2)
Over The Rainbow - 3 (1)
Summertime - 3 (1)
Where Have You Been All My Life? - 3 (1)
You Belong To Me - 3 (1)
Bird Doggin' - 2 (1)
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain - 2 (1)
Dance To The Bop - 2 (1)
I Sure Miss You - 2 (2)
I'm Going Home - 2 (1)
The Night Is So Lonely - 2 (1)
Wear My Ring - 2 (1)
Who Slapped John? - 2 (1)
Dance In The Street - 1 (1)
Distant Drums - 1 (1)
In My Dreams - 1 (1)
Peace Of Mind - 1 (1)
That Old Gang Of Mine - 1 (1)
Tush Hog - 1 (1)
Unchained Melody - 1 (1)


JOHNNY CASH

Born 26 February, 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas and moved to Dyess, Arkansas
at age three.  Brother Roy led the Dixie Rhythm Ramblers band in the late
1940's.  Served in the U.S. Air Force 1950-54.  Formed a trio with Luther
Perkins (guitar) and Marshall Grant (bass) in 1955.  First recorded for Sun
in 1955.  Appeared on 'Louisiana Hayride' and 'Grand Ole Opry' in 1957.
Appeared in his own TV show for ABC from 1969-71.  Worked with June Carter
from 1961, marrying her in March 1968.  Ranks within the top three male
vocalists of the Country music charts.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Johnny Cash tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results

(16 voters - 176 points (64 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Big River - 28 (8)
Folsom Prison Blues - 18 (5)
I Walk The Line - 17 (5)
Goin' To Memphis - 12 (3)
Hey Porter - 10 (6)
Get Rhythm - 10 (4)
Ring Of Fire - 7 (4)
Luther's Boogie - 7 (2)
I Will Rock And Roll With You - 6 (2)
Guess Things Happen That Way - 5 (1)
Orange Blossom Special - 5 (1)
Rock Island Line - 5 (1)
Straight A's In Love - 5 (1)
Sunday Morning Coming Down - 5 (1)
The Ways Of A Woman In Love  - 5 (1)
Long Black Veil - 3 (2)
Wanted Man - 3 (2)
Frankie`s Man Johnny - 3 (1)
I Still Miss Someone - 3 (1)
It Ain't Me Babe - 3 (1)
Tennessee Flat Top Box - 3 (1)
Don't Take Your Guns To Town - 2 (1)
The Man In Black - 2 (1)
A Boy Named Sue - 1 (1)
Ballad Of A Teeenage Queen - 1 (1)
Delia's Gone - 1 (1)
Ghost Riders In the Sky - 1 (1)
Home Of The Blues - 1 (1)
Mean Eyed Cat - 1 (1)
The Hobo Song - 1 (1)
Unchained - 1 (1)
Why Me Lord - 1 (1)


FATS DOMINO

Born Antoine Domino on 26 February, 1928 in New Orleans.  Classic New
Orleans R&B piano-playing vocalist; heavily influenced by Fats Waller and
Albert Ammons.  Joined the Dave Bartholemew Band mid 40's.  Signed to
Imperial record label in 1949.  His first recording, 'The Fat Man',
reportedly was a million-seller.  Heard on many sessions cut by other R&B
artists, including Lloyd Price and Joe Turner.  Appeared in the movies
'Shake, Rattle And Roll', 'Jamboree', 'The Big Beat' and 'The girl Can't
Help It'.  Teamed with co-writer Dave Bartholemew on the majority of his
hits.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Fats Domino tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results

(16 voters - 176 points (64 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Blueberry Hill - 17 (5)
I'm Walking - 10 (2)
The Fat Man - 10 (2)
Ain't It (That) A Shame - 9 (4)
The Big Beat  - 8 (2)
Valley Of Tears - 8 (3)
I'm In Love Again - 7 (2)
It Keeps Rainin' - 7 (4)
Natural Born Lover - 7 (2)
Walking To New Orleans - 7 (3)
What A Party - 7 (2)
Blue Monday - 6 (3)
Wait And See - 6 (2)
Country Boy - 6 (2)
Going To The River - 5 (1)
I Love Her - 5 (1)
Jambalaya - 5 (1)
My Blue Heaven - 5 (2)
So Long - 5 (3)
Fats' Frenzy - 3 (1)
I Can't Go On - 3 (1)
I'm Ready - 3 (2)
My Girl Josephine - 3 (1)
Swanee River Hop - 3 (1)
When My Dreamboat Comes Home - 3 (1)
All By Myself - 2 (1)
I Wanna Walk You Home - 2 (1)
I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday - 2 (1)
Rooster Song - 2 (1)
What Will I Tell My Heart - 2 (1)
When I See You - 2 (1)
Whole Lotta Loving - 2 (1)
Ain`t That Just Like A Woman - 1 (1)
Detroit City Blues - 1 (1)
Margie - 1 (1)
Please Don`t Leave Me - 1 (1)


CARL PERKINS

Born 9 April, 1932 near Tiptonville, Tennessee. Formed family band
consisting of Carl (guitar), brothers Jay B. (guitar) and Clayton (bass),
and friend W.B. Holland (drums).  Signed with Flip records in 1954 and
recorded 'Movie Magg' (Flip 501).  Member of Johnny Cash's touring troupe
from 1965-1975.  Inducted into the rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1987.
Died 19 January, 1998.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Carl Perkins tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results:

(15 voters - 165 points (60 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Dixie Fried - 29 (9)
Her Love Rubbed Off - 19 (5)
Put Your Cat Clothes On - 17 (6)
Movie Magg - 15 (3)
Matchbox - 14 (5)
Honey Don't - 14 (5)
Your True Love - 9 (3)
Tennessee - 6 (3)
I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry - 5 (3)
Sure To Fall - 5 (1)
Boppin' The Blues - 5 (3)
Right String Wrong Yo Yo - 5 (2)
Blue Suede Shoes - 3 (1)
Gone, Gone, Gone - 3 (1)
Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby - 3 (2)
Caldonia - 2 (1)
Glad All Over - 2 (1)
Perkins Wiggle - 2 (1)
Pink Peddle Pushers - 2 (1)
Restless - 2 (1)
Jive After Five - 1 (1)
Rockabilly Fever - 1 (1)
That's Right - 1 (1)


Buddy Holly

Born Charles Hardin Holley on 7 September, 1936 in Lubbock, Texas.  Began
recording western and bop demos with Bob Montgomery in 1954.  Signed to
Decca label in January 1956 and recorded in Nashville as Buddy Holly & The
Three Tunes (Sonny Curtis lead guitar; Don Guess, bass and Jerry Allison,
drums).  In February 1957, Buddy assembled his backing group the Crickets
(Allson; Niki Sullivan, rhythm guitar and Joe B. Mauldin, bass), for
recordings at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis, New Mexico.  Siugned to
Brunswick and Coral labels.  Holy split from the Crickets in the autumn of
1958.  Buddy (aged 22), Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper were killed in a
plane crash near Mason City, Iowa on 3 February, 1959.

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Buddy Holly tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results:

(21 voters - 231 points (84 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

Rave On - 33 (8)
Rock Around With Ollie Vee - 19 (5)
Oh Boy! - 18 (5)
That'll Be The Day - 17 (5)
Midnight Shift - 13 (5)
Tell Me How - 13 (4)
Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues - 11 (3)
Peggy Sue - 11 (7)
Little Baby - 8 (2)
Lonesome Tears - 8 (2)
Think It Over - 6 (3)
Baby Let's Play House - 5 (1)
Blue Days, Black Nights - 5 (1)
Slippin' & Slidin' (slow version) - 5 (1)
True Love Ways - 5 (3)
Well, All Right - 5 (2)
Learning The Game - 4 (3)
Ting-A-Ling - 4 (2)
An Empty Cup - 3 (1)
Because I Love You - 3 (1)
Love Me - 3 (1)
Rock Around With Ollie Vee (alt version) - 3 (1)
That Makes It Tough - 3 (1)
Baby I Don't Care (You're So Square) - 2 (1)
Brown Eyed Handsome Man - 2 (1)
Everyday - 2 (1)
I'm Gonna Love You Too - 2 (1)
Listen To Me - 2 (1)
Maybe Baby - 2 (1)
Reminiscing - 2 (1)
Rock Me My Baby - 2 (1)
That's What They Say - 2 (1)
Bo Diddley - 1 (1)
Fool's Paradise - 1 (1)
Heartbeat - 1 (1)
I'm Looking For Someone To Love - 1 (1)
It Doesn't Matter Any More - 1 (1)
Peggy Sue Got Married - 1 (1)
Rock-A-Bye Rock - 1 (1)
Words Of Love - 1 (1)


JACK SCOTT

We conducted a poll amongst our list members - if you were able to take an
E.P. with four Jack Scott tracks to a desert island, which four would you
choose?  Here are the results:

(17 voters - 187 points (68 votes). Points awarded - 1st place vote - 5pts;
2nd - 3pts; 3rd - 2pts; 4th - 1pt)

The Way I Walk - 34 (9)
Leroy - 33 (9)
Baby, Sheís Gone - 17 (5)
What In The World's Come Over You - 14 (5)
My True Love - 11 (6)
Goodbye Baby - 11 (5)
Go Wild Little Sadie - 10 (4)
Save My Soul - 10 (3)
Grizzily Bear - 6 (2)
Strange Desire - 6 (2)
If Only - 5 (1)
Geraldine - 4 (2)
Two Timin' Woman - 4 (2)
I Never Felt Like This - 3 (2)
Baby, Baby - 3 (1)
Cry, Cry, Cry - 3 (1)
Flakey John - 3 (1)
There's Trouble Brewin' - 2 (2)
I Don't Believe In Tea Leaves - 2 (1)
Midgie - 2 (1)
Burning Bridges - 1 (1)
Found A Woman - 1 (1)
Apple Blossom Time - 1 (1)
Wiggle On Out - 1 (1)



 Elvis: Desert Island 10 track Album - no real Mystery

 Many thanks to all voters, a record 26 of us.
 Well, the Top 3 are a 706 Union Avenue Holy Trilogy, all cut in the 12
 months between July 1954 and '55.

 'Mystery Train' then 'Trying To Get To You' are the runaway top 2 and even
 in the jousting between these two, 'Train' pulled way down the tracks
ahead
 of 'Trying ... '.

 In a cluster at 3,4,5 respectively were 'That's All Right', 'Don't Be
Cruel'
 & 'Baby Let's Play House'.  The last 2 have only a fagpaper to separate
 them.  We could say there's a 'Big 6' with 'A Fool Such As I' at 6.
Whilst  it polled a little over half the votes of 'Train', this sixth selection
 was more than 40 points ahead of #7 ('Reconsider Baby').

 The final 3 tracks (within the Big 10) making up the second side of our
 mythical album were 'I Need Your Love Tonight', 'Little Sister' &
 'Heartbreak Hotel'.

 RCA received and lost (!*#!) a tape from an early 1955 Sun session,
 containing 2 takes (1 a master) of 'Baby Let's Play House' and 1 take
 of  'Trying To Get To You' (the tape also incl. 'I Got A Woman').

 'Trying' was concluded (this time with drums) at Sun on 11 July 1955 (at
the  same session as 'Mystery Train' & 'I Forgot To Remember ..... ').

 It wasn't until January 1956 at RCA Nashville that 'I Got A Woman' was
 revisited (at the session which also wrought 'Heartbreak Hotel' and 'Money
 Honey').

 I presume that the surviving Sun take of 'Baby Let's Play House' was
 promoted to become the master.  We can only speculate at how much
 'better' were the 2 tracks lost by some dunderhead at RCA (one already
 designated to be the master take).

 Voting:
 On our Extended Play 4 track voting, the selections received 5, 3, 2, 1
 'points'.  Choosing ten ..... and 10 Presleys from a field of
 multi-hundreds, prompted me to more specifically 'reward' the top
 choices.   Therefore the number of points allocated were
 20, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1.

 I had to take an 'executive decision' to demote 'One Night' out of joint
 10th purely for reasons of symmetry.  The logic used was that if you
 apply points from a basic 10 to 1, then 'One Night' drops down some
 (take my word for it).

 102 songs were voted for by 26 rockin' folk.   Of the Big Six - the number
 of voters who voted for these were:

 1. MYSTERY TRAIN     14 voters
 2. TRYING TO GET TO YOU     10 voters
 3. THAT'S ALL RIGHT     9 voters
 4. DONíT BE CRUEL     8 voters
 5. BABY LET'S PLAY HOUSE     9 voters
 6. A FOOL SUCH AS I     8 voters

 I think this has been a swell vote and it's fascinating that the top
choices
 were far ahead of the others - yet split among 26 voters, we still have
 almost another 100 songs - clearly demonstrating the wide appeal of the
 wealth of material of the boy from Tupelo.

 Final positions:

 1. MYSTERY TRAIN     171
 2. TRYING TO GET TO YOU     127
 3. THAT'S ALL RIGHT     99
 4. DONíT BE CRUEL     96
 5. BABY LET'S PLAY HOUSE     95
 6. A FOOL SUCH AS I     94
 7. RECONSIDER BABY     51
 8. I NEED YOUR LOVE TONIGHT     44
 9. LITTLE SISTER     43
 10. HEARTBREAK HOTEL     42
 11. ONE NIGHT 42
 12. I FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET 40
 13. BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY 39
 14. I WAS THE ONE 39
 15. AIN'T THAT LOVIN' YOU BABY (both versions) 34
 16. ALL SHOOK UP 31
 17. FAME AND FORTUNE 30
 18. YOU'RE A HEARTBREAKER 30
 19. DONíT 29
 20. ONE SIDED LOVE AFFAIR 28
 21. A BIG HUNK O' LOVE 26
 22. SUSPICION 25
 23. TREAT ME NICE 24
 24. BURNING LOVE 22
 25. I DON'T CARE IF  THE SUN DON'T SHINE 22
 26. THE GIRL OF  MY BEST FRIEND 22
 27. AMERICAN TRILOGY 21
 28. CAN'T  HELP FALLING IN LOVE 20
 29. GOT A LOT OF LIVIN' TO DO 20
 30. HOUND DOG 20
 31. MY BABY LEFT ME 20
 32. PATCH IT UP 20
 33. SUSPICIOUS MINDS 20
 34. WEAR MY RING AROUND YOUR NECK 20
 35. WHEN MY BLUE MOON TURNS TO GOLD AGAIN 20
 36. I'M LEFT YOU'RE RIGHT SHE'S GONE 19
 37. HIS LATEST FLAME 18
 38. I WANT TO BE FREE 18
 39. KING CREOLE 18
 40. BLUE MOON 17
 41. GOOD ROCKIN' TONIGHT 17
 42. I WANT YOU I NEED YOU I LOVE YOU 16
 43. IíLL NEVER LET YOU GO (Little Darliní) 16
 44. SO GLAD YOUíRE MINE 16
 45. A MESS OF BLUES 15
 46. ANY PLACE IS PARADISE 15
 47. INDESCRIBABLY BLUE 15
 48. PARALYZED 15
 49. SURRENDER 15
 50. THERE'S NO ROOM TO RHUMBA IN A S. CAR 15
 51. YOU DONíT KNOW ME 15
 52. LIKE A BABY 14
 53. JAILHOUSE ROCK 13
 54. ANYWAY YOU WANT ME 12
 55. I LOVE ONLY ONE GIRL 12
 56. KENTUCKY RAIN 12
 57. LOVE ME 12
 58. I FEEL SO BAD 11
 59. AMAZING GRACE 10
 60. EL TORO 10
 61. GUITAR MAN 10
 62. PLAYING FOR KEEPS 10
 63. I GOT STUNG 9
 64. DO THE VEGA 8
 65. IT HURTS ME 8
 66. POLK SALAD ANNIE 8
 67. BABY I DONíT CARE (YOUíRE SO SQUARE) 7
 68. AFTER LOVING YOU 6
 69. BLUE HAWAII 6
 70. DO THE CLAM 6
 71. I BEG OF YOU 6
 72. I'M COMING HOME 6
 73. THEREíS ALWAYS ME 6
 74. ITíS NOW OR NEVER 5
 75. MAKE ME KNOW IT 5
 76. ASK ME 4
 77. DONCHA THINK IT'S TIME 4
 78. IN THE GHETTO 4
 79. IS IT SO STRANGE 4
 80. LONG LEGGED GIRL (with the short dress on) 4
 81. MONEY HONEY 4
 82. PROMISED LAND 4
 83. SUCH A  NIGHT 4
 84. CRYING IN THE CHAPEL 3
 85. FIRST IN LINE 3
 86. IíM GONNA WALK DEM GOLDEN STAIRS 3
 87. IF I CAN DREAM 3
 88. SHOPPIN' AROUND 3
 89. STUCK ON YOU 3
 90. VINO, DINERO Y AMOR 3
 91. FEVER 2
 92. FOR THE MILLIONTH AND THE LAST TIME 2
 93. I LOVE YOU BECAUSE 2
 94. IíLL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS 2
 95. NEW ORLEANS 2
 96. OLD SHEP 2
 97. YOU CAN'T SAY NO IN ACAPULCO 2
 98. ALOHA OE 1
 99. BLUE SUEDE SHOES 1
 100. JUDY 1
 101. JUST BECAUSE 1
 102. MERRY CHRISTMAS BABY 1

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