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Frankie Laine

Where The Winds Blow

Easy Listening
  • Country
  • Vocal
  • Oldies
  • Pop
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  • 1953
  • 1952
  • 1950
  • 2011
  • 1951

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The UK Singles Chart, compiled by the Official Charts Company, calculates the best-selling record singles of the week in the United Kingdom. New Music Express (NME) magazine published the United Kingdom record charts for the first time in 1952. NME originally published only a top 12 (although the first chart had a couple of songs that were tied so a top 15 was announced) but this was gradually extended to encompass a top 20 by October 1954. Songs that peaked in 1952 but remained in the top 12 in 1953 are listed below and in List of top 12 singles in 1952 (UK).Similarly, songs that entered the top 12 in 1952 but did not peak until 1953 are listed in a separate table below, as well as in List of top 12 singles in 1954 (UK). Read on...

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