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Joe used to joke that the "Jan & Arnie" period was "The Rocky Road to Rock-n-Roll !" THE ARWIN TEAM: Left to Right: Adam Ross, Jan Berry, Joe Lubin, Arnie Ginsburg, and Marty Melcher, September 1958 (Cash Box) JAN & DEAN -- Singles THE DORÉ YEARS 1959Baby Talk / Jeanette, Get Your Hair Done -- 522 (May)(Schwartz) / (Berry-Torrence-Altfeld) FIRST PRESSING CREDITED TO "JAN & ARNIE" CHARTS: BILLBOARD #10 -- CASH BOX #7 There's A Girl / My Heart Sings -- 531 (August)(Alpert-Adler) / (Alpert-Adler)CHARTS: BILLBOARD #97 -- CASH BOX #80 Clementine / You're On My Mind -- 539 (November)(Berry-Torrence) / (Berry-Altfeld)CHARTS: BILLBOARD #65 -- CASH BOX #88 YEAR-END CHARTS (1959): Baby Talk: Billboard - #95 1960White Tennis Sneakers / Cindy -- 548 (February)(Schwartz) / (Berry-Torrence) We Go Together / Rosie Lane -- 555 (May)(Haims-Stevens) / (Berry-Torrence-Altfeld)ALTERNATE SPELLING, "ROSILANE" CHARTS: BILLBOARD #53 -- CASH BOX #39 Gee / Such A Good Night For Dreaming -- 576 (October)(Davis-Watkins-Norton) / (Hunter-Mann)CHART: BILLBOARD #81 1961Judy's An Angel / Baggy Pants -- 583 (January)(Berry-Torrence) / (Roberts) Don't Fly Away / Julie -- 610 (August)(Pomus-Schuman) / (Ball-Moffitt) Doré sides produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert.This book (200 pages) tells about the history he spent as a member of "The Four Young Men" later changed to "The Young Men Four" and a few years later "The Castaways". Then as they got better and had a friend Dave Papps on drums, they changed their name to "The Hi-Flyers".
The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956.
A.-based Los Lobos topped the charts in the late 1980s with its cover of the late Ritchie Valens’ “La Bamba.” This ever evolving, multi-faceted band blends rock, soul, punk, blues and Tex Mex along with traditional Mexican folk music.
This is a great opportunity to see a legendary band that normally plays in large arenas “up close and personal.” The East L.
View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 1959 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top 25 below.
"La Bamba" is a folk song, best known from a 1958 adaptation by Ritchie Valens, a top 40 hit in the the U. charts and one of early rock and roll's best-known songs.