Top 10 Best Selling Albums Of The ’50s

Musicals and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Johnny Mathis[/lastfm], with a bit of Christmas: That’s what rang the record store cash registers in the 1950s. Here are the Top 10 Best Selling Albums of the 1950s.

10. Dave Brubeck – Time Out (1 million copies sold)


9. The Music Man (1 million)


8. Nat King Cole – Love Is the Thing (1 million)


7. Johnny Mathis – Heavenly (1 million)


6. Marty Robbins – Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (2 million)


5. Johnny Mathis – Merry Christmas (2 million)


4. Oklahoma! (2 million)


3. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue (3 million)


2. My Fair Lady (3 million)


1. Elvis Presley – Elvis’ Christmas Album (7 million copies sold)


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