Songs From 1957

Popular Songs From 1957

SONGS FROM 1957: ADORATION – AROUND

Adoration Waltz – 1957 – David Whitfield

All Shook Up (I’m all shook up) – 1957 – Elvis Presley 

All The Way (when somebody needs you, it’s no good unless he needs you – all the way) – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

Alone (why must I be alone?) – 1957 – Shepherd Sisters

Alone – 1957 – Petula Clark

April Love (sometimes an April day will suddenly bring showers, rain to grow the flowers) – 1957 – Pat Boone

Around The World – 1957 – Bing Crosby

Around The World – 1957 – Gracie Fields

Around The World – 1957 – Ronnie Hilton

Around The World (Instrumental) – 1957 – Victor Young 

SONGS FROM 1957: BABY – BYE

Baby Baby – 1957 – Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

Baby I Don’t Care (You’re So Square) – 1957 – Elvis Presley

(Banana Boat Song, The) Day-O (day-o, daylight come and me wan’ go home) – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

Banana Boat Song – 1957 – Shirley Bassey

Banana Boat Song, The – 1957 – The Tarriers

Be My Girl – 1957 – Jim Dale

Be-Bop Baby – 1957 – Ricky Nelson

Black Slacks – 1957 – Joe Bennett & the Sparkletones

Blue Monday – 1957 – Fats Domino

Blueberry Hill (I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill) – 1957 – Fats Domino

Bony Maronie – 1957 – Larry Williams

Build Your Love – 1957 – Johnnie Ray

Butterfingers – 1957 – Tommy Steele

Butterfly – 1957 – Charlie Gracie

Butterfly – 1957 – Andy Williams

Bye Bye Love (bye bye happiness hello loneliness, I think I’m gonna cry) – 1957 – Everly Brothers 

Bye Bye Love (cover version) – 1957 – Webb Pierce

SONGS FROM 1957: CALL – CUMBERLAND

Call Rosie On The Phone – 1957 – Guy Mitchell

Can I Steal A Little Love? – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

C.C. Rider – 1957 – Chuck Willis

Chances Are – 1957 – Johnny Mathis

Chapel Of The Roses – 1957 – Malcolm Vaughan

Chicago – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

Come Go With Me – 1957 – The Dell-Vikings

Could This Be Magic – 1957 – The Dubs

Crazy Love – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

Cumberland Gap – 1957 – Lonnie Donegan

Cumberland Gap – 1957 – Vipers Skiffle Group

SONGS FROM 1957: DADDY – DON’T

Daddy Cool – 1957 – The Rays

Dark Moon – 1957 – Gale Storm

Dark Moon – 1957 – Bonnie Guitar

Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (day-o, daylight come and me wan’ go home) – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

Diana – 1957 – Paul Anka

Doggie In The Window, The – 1957 – Patti Page

Don’t Do It Darlin’ – 1957 – Webb Pierce

Don’t Forbid Me – 1957 – Pat Boone

Don’t Knock The Rock – 1957 – Bill Haley and His Comets

Don’t You Rock Me Daddy-O – 1957 – Lonnie Donegan

Don’t You Rock Me Daddy-O – 1957 – Vipers Skiffle Group

SONGS FROM 1957: EVERYDAY

Everyday (everyday it’s a-gettin’ closer, goin’ faster than a roller coaster – 1957/1958 – Buddy Holly

SONGS FROM 1957: FABULOUS – FREIGHT

Fabulous – 1957 – Charlie Gracie

Fascination – 1957 – Jane Morgan

Four Walls – 1957 – Jim Reeves

Fraulein – 1957 – Bobby Helms

Freight Train – 1957 – Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group

SONGS FROM 1957: GAMBLIN’ – GOTTA

Gamblin’ Man – 1957 – Lonnie Donegan

Garden Of Eden – 1957 – Gary Miller

Garden Of Eden – 1957 – Frankie Vaughan

Girl Can’t Help It, The (she can’t help it, the girl can’t help it) – 1957 – Little Richard

Gone – 1957 – Ferlin Husky

Gonna Find Me A Bluebird – 1957 – Marvin Rainwater

Got A Lot O’ Livin’ To Do – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Gotta Have Something In The Bank Frank – 1957 – Kaye Sisters with Frankie Vaughan

SONGS FROM 1957: HANDFUL – HULA

Handful Of Songs – 1957 – Tommy Steele

Happy, Happy Birthday Baby (although you’re with somebody new, thought I’d drop a line to say that I wish this happy day would find me beside you) – 1957 – The Tune Weavers

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? – 1957 – Ricky Nelson

Heart – 1957 – Max Bygraves

He’s Mine – 1957 – The Platters

Hey Little Girl (hey little girl – sweet little girl, you know I’ll always be true) – 1957 – Techniques

Hey Schoolgirl – 1957/1958 – Simon and Garfunkel billed as Tom and Jerry 

Holiday For Love – 1957 – Webb Pierce

Home Of The Blues – 1957 – Johnny Cash

Honeycomb – 1957 – Jimmie Rodgers

Honky Tonk Song – 1957 – Webb Pierce

Hula Love – 1957 – Buddy Knox

SONGS FROM 1957: I

I Like Your Kind Of Love – 1957 – Andy Williams

I Love You Baby – 1957 – Paul Anka

I Love You So Much It Hurts – 1957 – Charlie Gracie

I Put A Spell On You – 1957 – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

SONGS FROM 1957: I’LL – IVY

I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen – 1957 – Slim Whitman

I’m A Fool To Want You (reissue) – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

I’m Available – 1957 – Margie Rayburn

I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter -1957 – Billy Williams

I’m Not A Juvenile Delinquent – 1957 – Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

I’m Sorry (I’m sorry for the things I’ve done, I know that I’m the foolish one) – 1957 – The Platters

I’m Stickin’ With You – 1957 – Jimmy Bowen with the Rhythm Orchids

I’m Walkin’ – 1957 – Fats Domino

I’m Walkin’ – 1957 – Ricky Nelson

In The Middle Of An Island – 1957 – Tony Bennett

Island In The Sun – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

It’s Not For Me To Say – 1957 – Johnny Mathis

It’s You I Love – 1957 – Fats Domino

Ivy Rose – 1957 – Perry Como

SONGS FROM 1957: JAILHOUSE – JUST

Jailhouse Rock (everybody on the whole cell block was dancing to the jailhouse rock) – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Jamaica Farewell – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

Jenny, Jenny (Jenny Jenny Jenny won’t you come along with me) – 1957 – Little Richard

Jim Dandy – 1957 – LaVern Baker

Just Between You And Me – 1957 – The Chordettes

Just Born (to be your baby) – 1957 – Perry Como

SONGS FROM 1957: KEEP – KNEE

Keep A Knockin’ (keep a knockin’ but you can’t come in) – 1957 – Little Richard

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine – 1957 – Jimmie Rodgers

Knee Deep In The Blues – 1957 – Guy Mitchell

SONGS FROM 1957: LAST – LUCILLE

Last Train To San Fernando – 1957 – Johnny Duncan and the Blue Grass Boys

Lawdy Miss Clawdy – 1957 – Elvis Presley

(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Let There Be You – 1957 – The Five Keys

Let’s Have A Ball – 1957 – Winifred Atwell

Let’s Have A Party – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Liechtensteiner Polka – 1957 – Will Glahe

Little Bitty Pretty One – 1957 – Thurston Harris

Little Darlin’ – 1957 – The Diamonds

Long Lonely Nights – 1957 – Lee Andrews And The Hearts

Look Homeward Angel – 1957 – Johnnie Ray

Lotta Lovin’ – 1957 – Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps

Louie Louie (Louie Louie we gotta go) – 1957 – Richard Berry

Love Is Strange – 1957 – Mickey and Sylvia

Love Letters In The Sand – 1957 – Pat Boone

Love Me To Pieces – 1957 – Jill Corey

Loving You – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Lucille (Lucille, please come back where you belong) – 1957 – Little Richard

SONGS FROM 1957: MA – MYSTERY

Ma He’s Making Eyes At Me – 1957 – Johnny Otis Show

Mama Look-A Boo-Boo – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

Mama, Look At Bubu – 1957 – Harry Belafonte

Man On Fire – 1957 – Frankie Vaughan

Marianne – 1957 – The Hilltoppers

Marianne – 1957 – Terry Gilkyson & the Easy Riders

Melodie D’Amour – 1957 – The Ames Brothers

Miss Ann – 1957 – Little Richard

Missing You – 1957 – Webb Pierce

Moonlight Gambler – 1957 – Frankie Laine

Mr. Lee – 1957 – The Bobettes

Mr. Wonderful – 1957 – Peggy Lee

My Dixie Darling – 1957 – Lonnie Donegan

My Personal Possession – 1957 – Nat King Cole

My Special Angel – 1957 – Bobby Helms

My Special Angel – 1957 – Malcolm Vaughan

Mystery Train – 1955/1957 – Elvis Presley 

SONGS FROM 1957: NEXT

Next In Line – 1957/1958 – Johnny Cash

Ninety-Nine Ways – 1957 – Tab Hunter

SONGS FROM 1957: OH – OVER

Oh, So Many Years – 1957 – Webb Pierce and Kitty Wells

Old Cape Cod – 1957 – Patti Page

One Week Later – 1957 – Webb Pierce and Kitty Wells

Over The Mountain; Across The Sea – 1957 – Johnnie & Joe

SONGS FROM 1957: PARALYZED – PUTTING

Paralyzed – 1956/1957 – Elvis Presley

Party – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Party Doll – 1957 – Buddy Knox

Party Doll – 1957 – Steve Lawrence

Peace In The Valley – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Peggy Sue (I love you Peggy Sue with a love so rare and true) – 1957 – Buddy Holly

Playing For Keeps – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Please Send Me Someone To Love – 1957 – The Moonglows

Pledge Of Love – 1957 – Ken Copeland

Poor Boy – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Putting On The Style – 1957 – Lonnie Donegan

SONGS FROM 1957: RAINBOW – ROUND

Rainbow – 1957 – Russ Hamilton

Raunchy (Instrumental) – 1957 – Ernie Freeman

Raunchy (Instrumental) – 1957 – Bill Justis

Reet Petite – 1957 – Jackie Wilson

Remember You’re Mine – 1957 – Pat Boone

Rip It Up – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Rock And Roll Music (it’s gotta be rock and roll music, if you wanna dance with me) – 1957 – Chuck Berry

Rock-A-Billy – 1957 – Guy Mitchell

Round And Round – 1957 – Perry Como

SONGS FROM 1957: SCHOOL – START

School Day – 1957 – Chuck Berry

Searchin’ – 1957 – The Coasters

Send For Me – 1957 – Nat King Cole

Send Me Some Lovin’ (how can I love you when you’re far away) – 1957 – Little Richard

Shiralee – 1957 – Tommy Steele

Short Fat Fannie – 1957 – Larry Williams

Silhouettes – 1957 – The Rays

Singing The Blues – 1957 – Tommy Steele

So Long, My Love – 1957 – Frank Sinatra

So Rare (mostly Instrumental) – 1957 – Jimmy Dorsey

Someday – 1957 – Webb Pierce

Stardust – 1957 – Billy Ward & His Dominos

Start Movin’ (In My Direction) – 1957 – Sal Mineo

SONGS FROM 1957: TAMMY – TWELFTH

Tammy – 1957 – Debbie Reynolds

Tear Drops – 1957 – Lee Andrews & the Hearts

(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Teenage Crush – 1957 – Tommy Sands

Teenager’s Romance, A – 1957 – Ricky Nelson

That’ll Be The Day (that’ll be the day when you say goodbye, that’ll be the day you make me cry) – 1957 – Buddy Holly and The Crickets

That’s When Your Heartaches Begin – 1957 – Elvis Presley

There You Go – 1957/1958 – Johnny Cash

There’s A Gold Mine In The Sky – 1957 – Pat Boone

Too Much – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Train Of Love – 1957/1958 – Johnny Cash

Treat Me Nice – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Trying To Get You – 1957 – Elvis Presley

Twelfth Of Never, The – 1957 – Johnny Mathis

SONGS FROM 1957: VALLEY

Valley Of Tears – 1957 – Fats Domino

SONGS FROM 1957: WAKE – WRINGLE

Wake Up Little Susie (we gotta go home) – 1957 – Everly Brothers

Walkin’ After Midnight (I go walkin’ after midnight, in the starlight) – 1957 – Patsy Cline

Wanderin’ Eyes – 1957 – Charlie Gracie

Wanderin’ Eyes – 1957 – Frankie Vaughan

Water Water – 1957 – Tommy Steele

We Will Make Love – 1957 – Russ Hamilton

Wear My Ring – 1957 – Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps

When I Fall In Love – 1957 – Nat King Cole

When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano – 1957 – Pat Boone

Whispering Bells – 1957 – The Dell-Vikings

White Silver Sands – 1957 – Don Rondo

White Sport Coat, A (and a pink carnation) – 1957 – Marty Robbins 

White Sport Coat, A (and a pink carnation) (Cover Version) – 1957 – Terry Dene

White Sport Coat, A (and a pink carnation) (Cover Version) – 1957 – Johnny Desmond

White Sport Coat, A (and a pink carnation) (Cover Version) – 1957 – The King Brothers

White Sport Coat, A – 1957 – King Brothers

Who Do You Love – 1957/1958 – Bo Diddley (blues)

Who Needs You – 1957 – The Four Lads

Whole Lot Of Shakin’ Going On – 1957 – Jerry Lee Lewis

Why Baby Why – 1957 – Pat Boone

Wisdom Of A Fool – 1956/1957 – The Five Keys

Wisdom Of A Fool – 1957 – Norman Wisdom

With All My Heart – 1957 – Jodie Sands

With All My Heart – 1957 – Petula Clark

Wonderful! Wonderful! – 1957 – Johnny Mathis

Words Of Love (words of love you whisper soft and true) – 1957 – Buddy Holly

Wringle Wrangle – 1957 – Fess Parker

SONGS FROM 1957: YES – YOU’RE

Yes Tonight Josephine – 1957 – Johnnie Ray

You Bug Me, Baby – 1957 – Larry Williams

You Don’t Owe Me A Thing – 1957 – Johnnie Ray

You Send Me (honest you do) – 1957 – Sam Cooke

Young Blood – 1957 – The Coasters

Young Love – 1957 – Sonny James

Young Love – 1957 – Tab Hunter

Your Wild Heart – 1957 – Joy Layne

(You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care – 1957 – Elvis Presley 

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