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Wayne's Music 2/3 May 2009. Brit Girls Of The 50s.

Wayne Mowat with some of the British Gals who ruled the airwaves in the 1950s.
Would You Alma Cogan, the girl with a giggle in her voice.
I Dreamed The ever lovin Beverley Sisters in 1957.
Burn My Candle at Both Ends Shirley Bassey in 56, her debut single, which was promptly banned by the BBC for its risqué lyrics.
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Marion Ryan in 1956.
Wait For Me Darling
Joan Regan in 1954.
Pickin A Chicken
Eve Boswell
Happy Days And Lonely Nights
Ruby Murray had five singles simultaneously in the British Top 20, a record that stood until Madonna came along.
The Next Train Out Of Town
Betty Miller, 1955 with this rare Joe Meek Pye records production
Coronation Rag
Winifred Atwell made a tremendous contribution to british pop music in the 50s with her honky tonk/boogie woogie/ragtime jangly piano hits.

and many many more...