Yes Tonight Josephine
Ray's recording was produced by Mitch Miller, and gave him his third and final number 1 hit in the UK Singles Chart. The single first entered the UK Singles Chart on 10 May 1957, and peaked at number 1 for three weeks in June. The original record was only available as a 78rpm disc. Altogether it spent 16 weeks on the chart.
"Butterfly" by Andy Williams
|UK Singles Chart Number 1 single
7 June 1957 for 3 weeks
"Gamblin' Man"/"Putting on the Style" by Lonnie Donegan
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