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.....2020 - The Sapphire Anniversary Year

In 2014 the Guinness Book of Records issued certificates proving that 65 years ago in 1955

Ruby Murray

set Three World Records including the one for having the most records in the Top Twenty in the same week. Click on the picture on the left and see that at the date of the certificates she had never been beaten by another singer or group. So it has been confirmed at last that she was not beaten by Madonna or the Beatles, and even Elvis could only equal her record! In 2020 she still holds the record as the only female to have achieved this remarkable feat, and also holds the record for the most number of weeks with a single in the Top Twenty. To listen again to the songs that made her so famous in 1955, click on the gramophone records below (78 rpm of course!)

Play Softly, Softly
Play Happy Days and Lonely Nights
Play Let Me Go Lover
Play If Anyone Finds This, I Love You
... ..

The other songs which Ruby had in the Top Twenty during 1955 were "Evermore", "I'll Come When You Call" and in the Record Mirror Chart there was also "The Very First Christmas of All". To see a diagram showing how she dominated the charts in 1955, click here.
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Created by Tim Burleson, updated by Gerald Lawrence
March 29, 1935 to December 17, 1996