Dale Hawkins – Yea Yea/Lonely Nights

The Chess UK Singles – One by One

“Yea Yea” by Dale Hawkins was first released in the UK on London HLM 8842 in April 1959.

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Chuck Berry – Sweet little rock and roller/Jo Jo Gunne

The Chess UK Singles – One by One

“Sweet little rock and roller” by Chuck Berry was first released in the UK on London HLM 8767 in December 1958. The titles were printed as “Sweet little rock and roll” and “Jo Jo Gun” on some copies.

The Solitaires – Walking along/Please kiss this letter

Originally released in the US on Old Town records in 1957, Chess acquired the rights to distribute the material in 1958 and this recording was re-released on the Argo label. The recording was released in the UK on London HLM 8745 in November 1958.

The Moonglows – Ten commandments of love/Mean old blues

“Ten commandments of love” is one of the most famous Moonglows recordings, and was first released in the UK on London HLM 8730 in October, 1958.

Dale Hawkins – La do Dada/Cross ties

The Chess UK Singles – One by One

Dale Hawkins’ “La do dada” was first released in the UK on London HLM 8728 in October 1958.

Chuck Berrry – Carol/Hey Pedro

The Chess UK Singles – One by One

“Carol” by Chuck Berry was first released in the UK on London HL 8712 in October 1958.

Dean Allen – Rock me to sleep/Ooh -ooh baby, baby

The Chess UK singles – One by One

Video for “Rock me to sleep” unavailable. Dean Allen’s recording was issued in the UK on London HLM 8698 in September 1958. We do not have any dependable biographical details for Dean Allen; can anyone help, please?