Joy Layne

 

Discography

 

01/1957 Mercury 71038 (with Carl Stevens and his orchestra)

  • “Your Wild Heart” (James Testa, Charles Sano)
  • “Dum-Dum” (W. Weidler, G. Weidler, W. Weidler)

 

03/1957 Mercury 71080 (with Carl Stevens and his orchestra)

  • “You Gave Me Wings To Fly” (Shapiro, Livingston)
  • “After School” (Wolf, Nadel)

 

06/1957 Mercury 71136 (with Carl Stevens and his orchestra)

  • “Sixteen” (C. Gordon, G. Gordon)
  • “My Suspicious Heart” (H. Baker, J. Sway)

 

08/1957 Mercury 71174 (with Carl Stevens and his orchestra)

  • “My First Broken Heart”
  • “Just A Memory”

 

12/1958 Mercury 71392

  • “Foolishly” (J. Averbach)
  • “Meet Me At My Locker” (Colleen Lovett, T. Phillips)

 

11/1960 Phil Tone 1104

  • “Yellow Bird” (Norman Luboff, Marilyn Keith, Alan Bergman)
  • “Moments To Remember” (Robert Allen, Al Stillman)

 

12/1961 Lucky Four 1013

  • “Bad Girl”
  • “Why Lie” (J. Richard, J. Burgess)

 

Music Charts

Your Wild Heart – Joy Layne

  • 02/06/1957 Billboard Top 100 debut and peaked at #30
  • 02/13/1957 Billboard Most Played In Juke Boxes #20
  • 02/18/1957 WJJD Top Forty Tunes #16
  • 03/09/1957 The Cash Box Top 50 Best Selling Tunes On Records #29

 

After School – Joy Layne

  • 04/20/1957 The Cash Box Top 60 Best Selling Tunes On Records #35

 

TV Appearance

  • 07/17/1957 The Vic Damone Show (Season 2 Episode 3) CBS

 

Published songs

“Little Santito” …words Dee Alan / music Joy Layne …Lennie LaCour Music Co, 30Sep58

 

References

  • Phil Tone a subsidiary of Fleetwood Records Inc.
  • Lucky Four Records Chicago, IL founded by Lenny LaCour (1960-1963)
  • Billboard Magazine music industry trade publication billboard.com
  • Cashbox Magazine music industry trade publication cashboxmagazine.com
  • WJJD-AM 1160 Plough, Inc. (1956-1965)
  • Copyright, United States Copyright Office EU544198

 

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