3 november

Today’s Number 1 Hits of the USA (1890-2016), including the charts of Australia and New Zealand

De nummer 1-hits van 3 november

Best Selling Singles/Billboard Hot 100:

1894: Russell Hunting – Casey At Denny Murphy’s Wake (3 weken 1)
(vandaag 123 jaar geleden)
(George M. Cohan)

1917: Peerless Quartette – Over There [Columbia A2306] (2 weken 1)
Over There - Peerless Quartette
(vandaag 100 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: George M. Cohan)
(Vocal Quartette)
(Male Voices)
(Orchestra Accompaniment)

(B-kant van I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time)

(#1 hit voor American Quartet (Male Quartet) (with orchestra) op 13 oktober 1917; B-kant van I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time van Shannon Four [Victor 18333] (78 rpm)

(#1 hit voor Nora Bayes (Soprano with orchestra) op 1 december 1917; B-kant van Laddie Boy [Victor 45130] (78 rpm)

(#5 hit voor Billy Murray in 1917 [78-Edison Records 50443]

(#1 hit voor Enrico Caruso (Tenor with Orchestra) (1st Verse – English) (2nd Verse – French) (french words by Louis Delamarre) op 26 oktober 1918 [Victrola 87294] (78 rpm)

(#6 hit voor Prince’s Orchestra in 1918 [78-Columbia A2387]

(1939: in de film Idiot’s Delight)

(1968: Joel Grey in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie George M!)

1951: Tony Bennett with Percy Faith & his Orchestra – Cold, Cold Heart [Columbia 4-39449] (6 weken 1)
Cold Cold Heart - Tony Bennett

(vandaag 66 jaar geleden)
(Hank Williams)

{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado}

(#1 C&W-hit voor Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys {Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010} {het origineel} op 12 mei 1951; B-kant van Dear John [MGM K 10904] (45 rpm)

(#16 hit voor The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and his Orchestra in 1951 [RCA Victor 47-4274] (45 rpm)

(#19 hit voor Eileen Wilson With The Mellomen (Vocal With Orchestra Directed by Sonny Burke) in 1951 [Decca 9-27761] (45 rpm)

(#28 hit voor Tony Fontane with Lew Douglas Orchestra (Vocal by Tony Fontane) in 1951 [Mercury 5693X45] (45 rpm)

(#3 R&B-hit voor Dinah Washington (Vocal by Dinah Washington) (With Orchestra) in 1951 [Mercury 5728X45] (45 rpm)

(1951: Louis Armstrong (Vocal With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver) [Decca 9-27816] (45 rpm)

(1954: Eddy Arnold (10” LP: An American Institution) [RCA Victor LPMX 3230]

(1956: Eddy Arnold and his Guitar (LP: A Dozen Hits) [RCA Victor LPM 1293]

(1957: Sonny James (LP: The Southern Gentleman) [Capitol T-779]

(#2 album-hit voor Pat Boone (Orchestra and chorus conducted by Billy Vaughn) in 1958 (LP: Star Dust) [Dot DLP 3118]

(1958: George Hamilton IV (arranged and produced by Don Costa) (orchestra conducted by Nick Perito) (LP: Sing Me a Sad Song) [RCA Victor ABC5-251]

(1958: Barbara Pittman With the Bill Justis Orchestra [Sam C. Phillips International Corp. 3527] (45 rpm)

(1958: Margaret Whiting (Arranged and conducted by Milt Rogers) (LP: Margaret) [Dot DLP 25,113]

(1959: Chet Atkins (LP: Hum and Strum Along with Chet Atkins) [RCA Victor LSP 2025]

(1960: Rusty Draper With The David Carroll Orchestra (LP: Hits That Sold a Million) [Mercury SR-60176]

(1960: Connie Francis (Orchestra Conducted by Ray Ellis) (LP: Country and Western Golden Hits) [MGM SE 3795]

(1960: George Jones (LP: George Jones Salutes Hank Williams) [Mercury Records SR-60257]

(1960: Bill Haley and His Comets (LP: Haley’s Juke Box – Songs of the Bill Haley Generation) [Warner Bros. WS 1391]

(1960: Jack Scott (LP: I Remember Hank Williams) [Top Rank International SM 319]

(1960: Bobby Stewart Combo [Argo 5374] (45 rpm)

(1960: Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours (LP: All Time Hits) [Decca DL 74046]

(#22 C&W-hit voor Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano in 1961 [Sun 364] (45 rpm)

(1961: Tennessee Ernie Ford (LP: Ernie Looks at Love) [Capitol Records ST-1542]

(1961: Kitty Wells (LP: Heartbreak U.S.A.) [Decca DL 74141]

(#96 hit voor Dinah Washington With The Belford Hendricks Orchestra in 1962 [Mercury Records 72040] (45 rpm) {nieuwe opname}

(#130 album-hit voor Floyd Cramer in 1962 (LP: I Remember Hank Williams) [RCA Victor LSP 2544]

(1962: George Jones [Mercury Records 72010] (45 rpm)

(1962: Connie Stevens (LP: The Hank Williams Song Book) [Warner Bros. WS 1460]

(#122 album-hit voor Roger Williams (Orchestra Directed by Ralph Carmichael) in 1963 (LP: Country Style) [Kapp KS 3305]

(1963: Big Maybelle (Vocal With Chorus And Orchestra Directed by Alan Lorber); B-kant van Why Was I Born [Brunswick 55242] (45 rpm)

(1963: Johnny Watson (Vocal by Johnny Watson (with vocal group and orchestra) [King 45-5716] (45 rpm)

(1964: Nat King Cole (With Orchestra Conducted by Billy May) (LP: Let’s Face the Music!) [Capitol Records SW-2008]

(1964: Aretha Franklin (Arranged and Conducted by Robert Mersey) (LP: Unforgettable: A Tribute to Dinah Washington) [Columbia CS 8963]

(1964: Wanda Jackson (LP: Two Sides of Wanda) [Capitol Records ST-2030]

(1964: Hank Locklin (LP: Hank Locklin Sings Hank Williams) [RCA Victor LSP 2997]

(1964: Ray Price (LP: Love Life) [Columbia CS 8989]

(1964: The Sons of the Pioneers (Arranged and Conducted by Larry Gordon) (LP: Country Fare) [RCA Victor LSP 2855]

(1964: Johnny Tillotson (LP: The Tillotson Touch) [MGM SE4224]

(1964: Hank Williams, Jr. (Arranged by Bill McElhiney) (LP: Hank Williams, Jr. Sings the Songs of Hank Williams) [MGM SE 4213]

(#16 soundtrack-hit voor Hank Williams Jr. in 1965 (LP: Your Cheatin’ Heart) [MGM SE4260]

(1965: Henry Jerome And His Orchestra (LP: That New Country Feeling) [Decca DL 74676]

(1965: Del Shannon (LP: Del Shannon Sings Hank Williams) [Amy 8004]

(#62 album-hit voor Chet Atkins│Boston Pops│Arthur Fiedler (Chet Atkins, Guitarist) (Boston Pops Orchestra ▪ Arthur Fiedler, Conductor) (Henry Strzelecki, Bass) (John Greubel, Drums) (Produced by Peter Dellheim) (Recording Engineer: Bernard Keville) (Mastering: Jim Malloy) (Arrangements by Richard Hayman) in 1966 (LP: The “Pops” Goes Country) [RCA Victor Red Seal LSC 2870]

(#65 album-hit voor John Gary (Arranged and conducted by Dick Reynolds) in 1966 (LP: John Gary Sings Your All-Time Country Favorites) [RCA LSP 3570]

(1966: Roy Acuff (Produced in Nashville, Tennessee by Wesley Rose) (LP: For the First Time Roy Acuff Sings Hank Williams) [Hickory LPS 134]

(1966: Brook Benton (Arranged by Anita Kerr) (LP: My Country) [RCA Victor LSP 3590]

(1966: Marty Gold and his Orchestra (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Gol) (LP: A Tribute to the Musical Soul of Hank Williams) [RCA Victor LSP 3516]

(1966: The Swingin’ Gentry Singers (Conducted by John Cacavas) (LP: Pop Goes the Country) [Hickory LPS 137]

(1966: Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra (LP: Country Music’s Great Hits) [Dot DLP 25,725]

(1967: Charlie Rich (LP: Charlie Rich Sings Country and Western) [Hi Records SHL 32037]

(1968: Joey Bishop (Produced, Arranged and Conducted by Ernie Freeman) (LP: Joey Bishop Sings Country Western) [ABC Records ABCS-656]

(1968: Billy Walker (LP: Salutes the Country Music Hall of Fame) [Monument SLP 18101]

(#124 album-hit voor Jerry Lee Lewis in 1969 (LP: Jerry Lee Lewis Sings the Country Music Hall of Fame Hits Vol. 2) [Smash Records SRS 67118]

(1969: Lenny Breau (LP: Guitar Sounds from Lenny Breau) [RCA Victor LSP 4076]

(1969: Stonewall Jackson (LP: A Tribute to Hank Williams) [Columbia CS 9880]

(1970: Johnny Cash (LP: The Legend) [Sun 2-118]

(1970: Roy Orbison (Arr. by Jim Hall) (LP: Hank Williams the Roy Orbison Way) [MGM SE 4683]

(1971: James Darren (LP: Mammy Blue) [Kirshner KES-115]

(1971: Don Gibson (LP: Hank Williams as Sung by Don Gibson) [Hickory LPS 157]

(1972: Ace Cannon (Recorded in Memphis) (Producer: Lewis Willis); B-kant van Love Sick Blues [Hi 45-2210] (45 rpm)

(#205 Bubbling Under album-hit voor Glen Campbell (Arranged by Dennis McCarthy) (Produced by Jimmy Bowen) in 1973 (LP: I Remember Hank Williams) [Capitol SW-11253]

(1974: Redd Stewart (Produced By: Wesley Rose And Johnny Erdelyon) [Hickory/MGM Records H 356] (45 rpm)

(1976: Danny Davis And The Nashville Brass (LP: Supersongs) [RCA Victor APL1 1986]

(1976: Ray Price (Produced by Jim Fogelsong) (Arranged and Conducted by Cam Mullins) (Recorded at Jack Clement Recording Studios, Nashville, Tennessee) (Recording and Mixing Engineer: Jim Williamson) (Mastered at Woodland Sound Studios, Nashville, Tennessee) (Mastering Engineer: Denny Purcell) (LP: Hank ‘n’ Me) [ABC/Dot Records ‎DOSD-2062]

(#84 C&W-hit voor Jerry Lee Lewis And Friends (Duet) in 1979 [Sun SI-1141] (45 rpm)

(1980: Roy Acuff (Produced in Nashville, Tennessee by Wesley Rose) (LP: Sings Hank Williams (For the First Time) [Elektra ‎6E-287]

(1980: Charlie McCoy (Produced by: Charlie McCoy) [Monument 45-296] (45 rpm)

(1988: Boxcar Willie (Produced by Jerry Kennedy) (Recorded and mixed at Lawrence Welk’s Champagne Studios in Nashville, Tennessee) (Engineers: Randy Best and Ron “Snake” Reynolds) (LP: Best Loved Favorites) [HeartlanD Music HL-1071]

(1995: Willie Nelson (CD: Just One Love) [Justice Records JR 1602-2]

(#1 album-hit voor Norah Jones in 2002 (CD: Come Away with Me) [Blue Note 7243 5 32088 2 0]

(#86 album-hit voor Patty Loveless in 2008 (CD: Sleepless Nights) [Saguaro Road Records M 19660]

1956: Elvis Presley – Love Me Tender [RCA Victor 47-6643] (5 weken 1)
Love Me Tender - Love Me Tender

(vandaag 61 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Elvis Presley; Vera Matson)

(Best Selling Singles-chart)

{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington}

(Uit de film Love Me Tender met in de hoofdrollen Elvis Presley, Richard Egen & Debra Pagat, gaat op 15 november 1956 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen draaien)

(Published ℗ 1861 als Aura Lee (Tekst: William Fosdick /Muziek: George Poulton)

(1936: Frances Farmer als Aura Lee in de film Come and Get It met in de hoofdrollen Edward Arnold & Joel McCrea, ging op 6 november 1936 in Seattle, Washington in première)

(1936: Edward Arnold & Walter Brennan als Aura Lee in de film Come and Get It)

(1938: Shelton Brothers als Aura Lee [78-Decca 5533]

(#44 hit voor Henri René And His Orchestra And Chorus op de EP Love Me Tender in 1956 [RCA Victor 47-6728] (45 rpm)

(1956: Christan Garros als L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi op de EP L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi [45-Columbia ESDF 1147]

(1956: Yvette Giraud als L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi op de EP L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi [45-La voix de son maître EGF 242]

(1956: Les Jérolas (Ensemble dirigé par Roger LeSourd) als L’amour et moi [RCA Victor 57-5317] (45 rpm) {Canadese persing}

(1956: Serge Singer als L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi op de EP L’amour qui m’enchaine à toi [45-RCA Victor 76.081]

(1959: The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra (Vocal Arrangements by Al Semola) (Produced by Hugo Winterhalter) (LP: The Ames Brothers Sing the Best in the Country) [RCA Victor LSP 1998]

(1959: The Browns (Produced by Chet Atkins) (Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee) (Recording Engineer: Bill Porter) (Arranged and conducted by Chet Atkins) (LP: Sweet Sounds by the Browns Featuring the Three Bells) [RCA Victor ‎LSP 2144]

(1960: Gene McDaniels (LP: …Sometimes I’m Happy – Sometimes I’m Blue…) [Liberty LST-7175]

(#4 album-hit voor Ray Conniff And His Orchestra And Chorus in 1961 (LP: Memories are Made of This) [Columbia CL 1574]

(#6 album-hit voor Mitch Miller And The Gang in 1961 als Aura Lee (LP: Your Request Sing Along with Mitch) [Columbia CS 8471]

(#11 album-hit voor Connie Francis in 1961 (LP: Connie Francis singsNever On Sunday” and Other Title Songs from Motion Pictures)

(1961: Anita Bryant (LP: Kisses Sweeter Than Wine) [Columbia CS 8519]

(#9 album-hit voor Lawrence Welk in 1962 (LP: Baby Elephant Walk and Theme from the Brothers Grimm) [Dot DLP 3457]

(#21 hit voor Richard Chamberlain (Orchestra and Chorus Conducted by Jimmie Haskell) in 1962; B-kant van All I Do Is Dream of You) [MGM K 13097] (45 rpm)

(#72 album-hit voor Duane Eddy (Arranged and conducted by Bob Thompson) (Supervised by Lee Hazlewood) in 1962 (LP: Twangy Guitar–Silky Strings) [RCA Victor LSP 2576]

(#5 album-hit voor Richard Chamberlain (Orchestra & Chorus Conducted by Jimmie Haskell) in 1963 (LP: Richard Chamberlain Sings) [MGM SE4088]

(1965: The Hollyridge Strings (Arranged & Conducted by Stu Phillips) (LP: Play Hit Songs Made Famous by Elvis Presley) [Capitol Records ST-2221]

(#65 album-hit voor John Gary (Arranged and conducted by Dick Reynolds) in 1966 (LP: John Gary Sings Your All-Time Country Favorites) [RCA LSP 3570]

(#40 hit voor Percy Sledge (Produced by Quin Ivy & Marlin Greene ) in 1967 [Atlantic 45-2414] (45 rpm)

(1967: Johnny Hallyday als Amour d’été op de EP Amour d’été [45-Philips 437341 BE] {Franse versie}

(1967: Johnny Hallyday als Amour d’été  (LP: Johnny 67) [Philips 842 157] {Franse versie}

(1967: Fausto Papetti (Sax) (LP: 8ª Raccolta) [Durium ms A 77189]

(#117 album-hit voor Marty Robbins Produced by Bob Johnston) (Engineering: Neil Wilburn) in 1970 (LP: My Woman, My Woman, My Wife) [Columbia CS 9978]

(1974: Werner Müller conducting The London Festival Orchestra And Chorus (LP: Werner Müller Plays Elvis Presley’s Greatest Hits) [London Phase 4 Stereo SP-44217] {Amerikaanse persing}

(#1 album-hit voor Linda Ronstadt in 1978 (LP: Living in the USA)

(#17 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra in 1980 (LP: Trilogy: Past, Present, Future) [Reprise Records 3FS 2300]

(1984: Eddy Mitchell (LP: Fan Album) [RCA 70 408]

(1984: Demis Roussos (Produced by Vangelis) (Recorded at Nemo Studios – London) (LP: Reflection) [Mercury 824 028 1]

(#122 album-hit voor Willie Nelson in 1985 op de various artists The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (LP: Porky’s Revenge!) [Columbia JS 39983]

(1986: Nana Mouskouri (LP: Why Worry) [Philips 830 492-1]

(#18 album-hit voor Amy Grant (Produced by Brown Bannister) in 1992 op de various artists Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD: Honeymoon in Vegas) [Epic Soundtrax EK 52845]

(1995: Michael Chapdelaine (CD: With Love) [Time Life Music]

(#11 album-hit in Engeland voor Cliff Richard in 2002 (CD: Wanted) [Papillon 5 050003 002025]

(#3 album-hit in Engeland voor Daniel O’Donnell in 2003 (CD: Daniel in Blue Jeans: 20 Great Rock ’n’ Roll Love Song) [DMG TV ‎DMGTV 001]

(2005: Jennifer Gambatese & Mark Price op de various artists Original Broadway Cast Recording (CD: All Shook Up) [Sony BMG 82876 6912-2]

(2014: Barbra Streisand with Elvis Presley (Produced by Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and Walter Afanasieff) (Executive Producers: Barbra Streisand and Jay Landers) {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 2014 (CD: Partners) [Columbia ‎88843091142]

(Op 23 oktober 1956 brak een revolutie uit tegen het stalinistische bewind in Hongarije, het begin van de Hongaarse opstand. Het verzet begon als een vreedzame betoging van enkele duizenden inwoners van Boedapest, die hun solidariteit wilden betonen met de inwoners van het Poolse Poznan, waar een bloedige opstand werd neergeslagen. Op 4 november 1956 vallen troepen van het Warschaupact echter het land binnen en slaan de opstand, die 13 dagen in beslag neemt neer. Boedapest wordt omsingeld en de tanks rijden de straten binnen. De opstand kost duizenden mensenlevens en meer dan 150.000 Hongaren slaan op de vlucht. Op 6 november trekt Nederland zich terug van de Olympische Spelen in Melbourne uit protest tegen de Sovjet-inval in Hongarije.)

1956: Jim Lowe with The High Fives – The Green Door [Dot 45-15486] (3 weken 1)
The Green Door - Jim Lowe

(vandaag 61 jaar geleden)
(Muziek: Bob Davie /Tekst: Marvin Moore)

(Top 100-chart)

{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington}

(#2 hit in Engeland voor Frankie Vaughan with Wally Stott and his Orchestra and Chorus in 1956 [78-Philips P.B.640]

(#8 hit in Engeland voor Jim Lowe in 1956 [London 45-HL-D 8317] (45 rpm)

(#24 hit in Engeland voor Glen Mason (with instrumental accompaniment directed by Ron Goodwin) in 1956 [Parlophone 45-R. 4244] (45 rpm)

(1960: Gene McDaniels (LP: …Sometimes I’m Happy – Sometimes I’m Blue…) [Liberty LST-7175]

(#129 Bubbling Under-hit voor The Jerms (Produced by Dean Mathis) als Green Door in 1969 [Honor Brigade 1] (45 rpm)

(1973: Ace Cannon als Geen Door (LP: Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me) [Hi Records SHL 32076]

(#1 hit in Engeland voor Shakin’ Stevens (Produced by Stuart Colman) in 1981 [Epic EPC A1354] (45 rpm)

(#12 album-hit voor Crystal Gayle in 1977 (LP: We Must Believe in Magic)

1962: The Crystals – He’s A Rebel [Philles Records 106] (2 weken 1)
He’s A Rebel - The Crystals
(vandaag 55 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Gene Pitney)
(Producer: Phil Spector)

(#115 Bubbling Under-hit voor Vikki Carr (Producer: Snuff Garrett) (The Singing Strings of Ernie Freeman) in 1962 [Liberty 55493] (45 rpm)

(1969: The Goodees (Producer: Don Davis) (Arranger: Dale Warren) (LP: Candy Coated Goodees) [Hip HIS 7002]

(Enkele dagen later op 8 november 1962 wordt in de wijk Dieze te Zwolle de miljoenste naoorlogse woning van Nederland opgeleverd, namelijk op Hogenkampsweg 139. Dit feit wordt gevierd met een optocht van wagens vol bouwmateriaal en gereedschappen. De viering wordt bijgewoond door H.M. Koningin Juliana der Nederlanden, die vanaf het balkon van de woning de stoet aan zich voorbij ziet trekken.)

1979: M – Pop Muzik [Sire SRE 49033] (1 week 1)
Pop Muzik - M
(vandaag 38 jaar geleden)
(Robin Scott)
(A Midascare Productions Ltd.)

(#95 album-hit voor 3rd Party in 1998 op de various artists Music from the Motion Picture (CD: A Night at the Roxbury) [DreamWorks Records ‎DRMD-50033]

1984: Billy Ocean – Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run) [Jive/Arista JS 1-9199] (2 weken 1)
Caribbean Queen - Billy Ocean

(vandaag 33 jaar geleden)
(Keith Diamond; Billy Ocean)
(Produced By Keith Diamond)

(#9 album-hit voor Billy Ocean (Produced By Keith Diamond) in 1984 (LP: Suddenly) [Jive JL 8-8213]

1990: Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby [SBK LS-57394] (1 week 1)
Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice

(vandaag 27 jaar geleden)
(Vanilla Ice [ = Robert Matthew Van Winkle]; Earthquake)
(Produced by Vanilla Ice)
(Executive Producers: Tommy Quon)
(Bevat sample uit Under Pressure van Queen & David Bowie (1981) [uncredited]

(#74 hit voor Glee Cast in 2010)

2001: Mary J. Blige – Family Affair (6 weken 1)
Family Affair - Mary J. Blige

(vandaag 16 jaar geleden)
(Mary J. Blige; Bruce Miller; André Young)
(Produced by Dr. Dre [ = Andre Romelle Young]
(Executive Producer: Mary J. Blige)
(Bass by Mike Elizondo)
(Keyboards by Camara Kambon)
(Engineers: Mauricio “Veto” Iragorri and Chris Ribando)
(Assistant Engineers: Tom Sweeney and Kim Bengoa)
(Recorded at Record One, Los Angeles, CA and Quad Recording Studio, New York, NY)
(Mixed by Dr. Dre at Record One, Los Angeles, CA)
(Project Coordinator: Larry Chatman)

Billboard: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1894: Len Spencer – Maggie Murphy’s Home (2 weken 2)
Maggie Murphy’s Home
(vandaag 123 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Edward Harrigan /Muziek: David Braham)

(Het origineel komt uit 1890 in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Reilly and the Four Hundred)

1906: De Wolf Hopper – Casey At The Bat [Victor Record 31559] (3 weken 3)
Casey At The Bat - De Wolf Hopper
(vandaag 111 jaar geleden)
(Ernest Lawrence Thayer)
(Recitation)

(#2 hit voor Russell Hunting op 4 februari in 1893 [Columbia Phonograph Company 3] (wax cylinder)

1928: The Knickerbockers – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love [Columbia 1424-D] (1 week 2)
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love - The Knickerbockers
(vandaag 89 jaar geleden)
(Muziek: Jimmy McHugh /Tekst: Dorothy Fields)
(Vocal Refrain)

(Het origineel komt uit de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Blackbirds of 1928, gaat op 9 mei 1928 in Liberty Theatre, NY in première. Na 518 keer is op 15 juni 1929 de laatste voorstelling)

(#1 hit voor Ukelele Ike (Cliff Edwards) (Vocal Novelty accomp.) op 13 oktober 1928 [Columbia 1471-D] (78 rpm)

(#4 hit voor Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky’s Serenaders (Vocal refrain by Hal White) in 1928 [Victor 21514] (78 rpm)

(#19 hit voor Seger Ellis (Vocal With Orchestra) in 1928 [OKeh 41077] (78 rpm)

(1928: Rube Bloom (Piano Solo) [OKeh 41117] (78 rpm)

(1928: Gay Ellis And Her Novelty Orchestra [Harmony 706-H] (78 rpm)

(1928: Lou Gold & His Orchestra; B-kant van Sweet Lorraine [78-Harmony 660 H]

(1928: Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders [78-Victor 21514]

(1928: Aida Ward in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Blackbirds of 1928)

(1928: Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra (Instrumental) (Vocal Refrain); B-kant van Sweet Sue – Just You [Columbia 50103-D] (78 rpm)

(#12 hit voor Gene Austin (Tenor With Orchestra) in 1929 [Victor 21798] (78 rpm)

(#12 hit voor Shilkret’s Rhyth-Melodists (Instrumental) als I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Baby); B-kant van I’m Sorry Sally in 1929 [Victor 21688] (78 rpm)

(1932: Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) [Brunwick 6758] (78 rpm)

(1933: Mills Brothers; B-kant van Diga Diga Do [78-Brunswick 6519]

(1935: Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys [78-Vocalion 03264]

(#5 hit voor Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra (Vocal Chorus Billie Holiday) in 1936 [Brunswick 7781] (78 rpm)

(1936: Connie Boswell (Vocal with Orchestra Directed by Harry Sosnik) [Decca 3287] (78 rpm)

(1936: Joe Daniels And His Hot Shots In “Drumnasticks” [78-Decca 1594]

(1937: Milton Brown And His Musical Brownies [78-Decca 5443]

(1937: Benny Goodman and his Orchestra [78-Victor 25678]

(1937: Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters (Produced by Master Records, Inc.); B-kant van Watching [Vocalion v3890] (78 rpm)

(1938: Katharine Hepburn en Cary Grant in de film Bringing Up Baby)

(1938: Louis Jordan)

(1939: [Gorni] Kramer (Fisarmonica – hot con accomp., ritmico) als Non posso darti altro che amore (I Can’t Give You Anything but Love) [Fonit 8152] (78 rpm)

(1939: “Fats” Waller and his Rhythm (Vocal refrain by “Fats Waller” and Una Mae Carlisle); B-kant van Darktown Strutters’ Ball [Bluebird B-10573] (78 rpm)

(1940: Marlene Dietrich in de film Seven Sinners)

(1940: Joe Sullivan and his Cafe Society Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Joe Turner) [Conqueror 9503] (78 rpm)

(1942: King Cole Quintet (LP: Norman Granz Presents King Cole Quintet) [78-Disc Records 1011] (78 rpm set)

(1945: Mel Tormé)

(#2 album-hit voor Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (Vocal With Orchestra) in 1948 (LP: Rendezvous With Peggy Lee) [Capitol CC-72] [10118] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#13 hit voor Rose Murphy in 1948 [Majestic 1204] (78 rpm)

(1950: Erroll Garner (10” LP: Rhapsody) [Atlantic LP 109]

(1950: Tiny Hill and His Orchestra (Vocal by Tiny Hill) [Mercury 5546] (78 rpm)

(1951: Louis Armstrong And His Tympany Five (Vocal Chorus By Louis Jordan And Ensemble) [Decca 27620] (78 rpm)

(1951: Tony Bennett With Orchestra Directed by Marty Manning [Columbia D.B. 2988] (78 rpm) {Engelse persing} of [45-Columbia-4-39187] {Amerikaanse persing}

(1951: Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five (Vocal Chorus By Louis Jordan And Ensemble) [Decca 27620] (78 rpm)

(1951: Les Paul van zijn album Les Paul’s New Sound, Vol. 2 [10”]

(1953: Cab Calloway/Thelma Carpenter (Orchestra Directed by Lehman Engel) op de EP Songs from Blackbirds [45-RCA Victor 450 EPA 483]

(1953: Bing Crosby)

(1954: Frances Faye (Orchestra Conducted by Dave Cavanaugh) (10” LP: No Reservations) [Capitol H-512]

(#8 album-hit voor Eddie Fisher (with Hugo Winterhalter’s Orchestra) in 1955 (LP: I Love You) [RCA Victor LPM 1097]

(1955: Oscar Peterson (LP: Oscar Peterson Plays Jimmy McHugh) [Clef Records MG C-650]

(1955: Art Tatum (LP: Still More of the Greatest Piano of Them All)

(#8 album-hit voor Eddie Fisher in 1955 (LP: I Love You)

(1956: The Axidentals (LP: Hello, We’re the Axidentals!) [ABC-Paramount ABC 138]

(1956: Kenny Baker, Bruce Turner… Don Lawson (LP: Midnight at Nixa) [Nixa NJL 3] {Engelse persing}

(1956: Buck Clayton op het album van Ada Moore, Buck Clayton, Jimmy Rushing with Buck Clayton’s Orchestra (LP: Cat Meets Chick) [Columbia CL-778]

(1956: Chuck Miller (LP: Songs After Hours with Chuck Miller) [Mercury MG-20195]

(1956: Lucky Thompson with Gerard Pochonet & His Quartet (LP: Lucky Thompson with Gerard Pochonet & His Quartet) [Dawn DLP 1113]

(#14 album-hit voor Tony Bennett (Orchestra under the direction of Ray Conniff) in 1957 (LP: Tony) [Columbia CL 938]

(#16 album-hit voor Charleston City All-Stars in 1957 (LP: The Roaring 20’s, Volume 2)

(1957: Dean Martin (With Orchestra Conducted by Gus Levene) (LP: Pretty Baby) [Capitol T-849]

(#19 album-hit voor Lester Lanin And His Orchestra als Medley: ’S Wonderful/Easy to Love/I Can’t Give You Anything But Love/Taking a Chance on Love/Colonel Bogey in 1958 (LP: Lester Lanin Goes to College) [Epic LN 3474]

(1958: Ella Fitzgerald op de Ella Fitzgerald & Billie Holiday (LP: At Newport) [Verve Records ‎MG V-8234]

(1958: Judy Garland (Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle) (LP: Judy in Love) [Capitol Records T 1036]

(1959: Bud Freeman And His Summa Cum Laude Trio (LP: Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Trio) [Dot DLP 3166]

(1959: Sid Ramin and His Orchestra (Recorded in Webster Hall, New York, September 16, 17, 18, and 19, 1958) (Recording Engineer: Ray Hall) (Arranged and conducted by Sid Ramen) (Produced by Fred Reynolds and Herman Diaz, Jr.) (LP: Love Is a Swingin’ Word) [RCA Victor LSP 1924]

(1959: Lou Stein (Lou Stein – upright piano) (Mel Davis – trumpet) (Milt Yaner – saxophone) (George Berg – saxophone) (George Barnes – guitar and banjo) (Sid Block – bass and Tuba) (Bunny Shawker – drums) (Hi Finformation: This stereophonic session was recorded in a New York City studio. The piano was picked up by a 44 BX (RCA) mike. The trumpet and sax were picked up by a 639 (Western Electric) mike. The trumpet and sax were picked up by a 639 (Western Electric) mike, while drums guitar and bass were picked up by 44 BX’s. The direct stereo pickup was achieved by a pair of Telefunken U-47’s suspended in front of and above the musicians. The session was taped on an Ampex 350 at 15 IPS, Hal Mooney, Mercury Recording Director) (LP: Honky Tonk Piano featuring Lou Stein) [Mercury ‎SR-60054] {Different track listing than the mono album, released in 1956}

(1959: Lawrence Welk And His Champagne Music in Dance Time (LP: Mr. Music Maker) [Dot DLP 3164] {medley: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love/Who’s Sorry Now/The Sheik of Araby/When You’re Smiling}

(#23 album-hit voor Paul Anka in 1960 (LP: Anka at the Copa)

(#6 album-hit voor Bobby Darin in 1960 (LP: This Is Darin)

(#9 album-hit voor Bobby Darin in 1960 (LP: Darin at the Copa)

(1960: Georges Arvanitas et son quintette op de EP New Orleans Session Numéro 5 [45-Rythmes du Monde NMPP 5]

(#1 album-hit voor Judy Garland (Orchestra Conducted by Mort Lindsey) in 1961 (LP: Judy at Carnegie Hall) [Capitol Records WBO-1569]

(1961: The Four Freshmen (Orchestra under the direction of Billy May) (LP: Voices in Fun) [Capitol Records T-1543]

(#6 album-hit voor 4 Seasons in 1962 (LP: Sherry & 11 Others)

(#13 album-hit voor Johnny Mathis in 1964 (LP: Tender Is the Night)

(1964: André Previn his Trio and Orchestra (Arranged by Andre Previn) (LP: Soft and Swinging: The Music of Jimmy McHugh) [Columbia CS 8914]

(1964: Nino Tempo & April Stevens (LP: Nino and April Sing the Great Songs) [Atco Records SD 33-162]

(#6 Easy Listening-hit voor Bert Kaempfert And His Orchestra (Instumental – Trumpet Solo By Fred Moch) (Recorded in Europe) in 1966 [Decca 32008] (45 rpm)

(1968: Ferrante & Teicher (Arranged by Ferrante & Teicher) (Produced by George Butler) (Orchestra Conducted by Nick Perito) (LP: Love in the Generation Gap) [United Artists Records UAS 6677]

(1972: Thore Ehrling (arr.: Gösta Theselius) (Producent: Gunnar Lindqvist) (Tekniker: Gunnar Lööf) (Inspelad i EMI Studios, Stockholm) (LP: På nytt) [Odeon 4E 062-34652] (EMI) {from Sweden}

(1972: Sadi’s New Big Show Band (LP: Swing a Little) [Palette 2341 020]

(1973: Ruby Braff And His International Jazz Quartet (LP: Ruby Braff and His International Jazz Quartet Plus Three) [Chiaroscuro CR 115]

(1977: Don Goldie on Trumpet Featuring Dick Shepp on Jazz Violin (LP: The Best of Jimmy McHugh) [Jazz Forum CM 1085]

(1979: Clark Terry (Produced by Norman Granz) (LP: Ain’t Misbehavin’) [Pablo Today ‎2312 105]

(1980: Joe Turner (Produced by Eric Miller) (LP: The Midnight Special) [Pablo 2310-844]

(1998: Barbro Svensson (Ulf Johansson Were: piano, trombon) (Andreas Pettersson: gitarr) (Tommy Johnso: bas) (Jan Allan: trumpet) (Lennart “Jonken” Jonsson: tenorsaxofon) (Mats Engström: trummor) (CD: Who’s Sorry Now?) [Gazell GAFCD-1073]

(#56 album-hit voor Diana Krall (Produced by Tommy LiPuma) {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 1999 (CD: When I Look in Your Eyes) [Verve IMPD-304]

(1999: Billie Holiday (℗ 1936) op de various artists from the Motion Picture (CD: The Green Mile) [Warner Bros. Records ‎9 47584-2]

(2004: Django Reinhardt (Soundtrack Produced By Martin Scorsese And Randall Poster) op de various artists Music from the Motion Picture (CD: The Aviator) [Columbia ‎CK 93628]

(#109 album-hit voor Smokey Robinson {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 2006 (CD: Timeless Love) [NewDoor Records ‎B00066-41-02]

1934: Jolly Coburn and his Orchestra – The Continental (You Kiss While You’re Dancing) (3 weken 2)
The Continental (You Kiss While You’re Dancing)
(vandaag 83 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Herbert Magidson /Muziek: Con Conrad)

(1934: Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire in de film The Gay Divorcee met in de hoofdrollen Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, draait vanaf 12 oktober 1934 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen)

(#1 hit voor Leo Reisman and his Orchestra  (Vocal Chorus Leo Reisman) op 27 oktober 1934 [Brunswick 6973] (78 rpm)

(#6 hit voor Lud Gluskin and his Continental Orchestra (Vocal Refrain by Joe Host) in 1934 [Columbia 2952-D] (78 rpm)

(1934: Will Osborne and his Orchestra [78-Banner 33187]

(1936: Red Nichols)

(1945: Xavier Cugat)

(1948: The Eddie Heywood Trio als The Continental [RCA Victor 20-2664] (78 rpm)

(1949: Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra; B-kant van Aint ‘Cha Glad I Love You [RCA Victor 20-3450] (78 rpm)

(1950: Frank Sinatra (Orchestra under the direction of George Siravo) (LP: Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra) [Columbia 4-38997] [Columbia ‎B 218-8] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1951: Mario Lanza)

(#3 album-hit voor Rosemary Clooney and Harry James in 1952 (LP: Hollywood Best)

(1952: Rosemary Clooney-Harry James (with Harry James’ Orchestra.) [Columbia 39905] (78 rpm)

(1955: Blossom Dearie featuring Bobby Jaspar als The Continental (LP: Blossom Dearie Plays “April in Paris”) [Barclay FSR-555]

(1956: Les Brown And His Band Of Renown (LP: Les Brown’s in Town) [Capitol T-746]

(1956: Oscar Peterson als The Continental (LP: Recital by Oscar Peterson) [Clef Records C-694]

(1957: Buddy Collette And His Trio als The Continental (LP: Calm, Cool & Collette) [ABC-Paramount ABC-179]

(#18 album-hit voor Lester Lanin and his Orchestra als The Continental in 1957 (LP: Lester Lanin and His Orchestra) [Epic LN 3242]

(1958: Billy May als The Continental (LP: Billy May’s Big Fat Brass) [Capitol Records ST-1043]

(1960: Dick Hyman His Piano & Trio als The Continental (LP: After Six) [MGM SE 3827]

(1961: Les Elgart (LP: “It’s De-lovely” for Dancing and Listening) [Columbia CS 8459]

(#6 album-hit voor Ray Conniff his Orchestra and Chorus in 1962 (LP: ’S Continental) [Columbia CL 1776]

(#10 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra in 1964 (LP: Days of Wine and Roses, Moon River, and Other Academy Award Winners)

(1964: Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra als The Continental (LP: Cugat Caricatures) [Mercury SR-60888]

(1964: Henry Mancini his Orchestra and Chorus als The Continental (LP: Mancini Plays the Great Academy Award Songs) [RCA Victor PRS 151]

(#74 album-hit voor Henry Mancini in 1966 (LP: Henry Mancini presents The Academy Award Songs – 31 “Oscar” Winners) [RCA Victor LSP 6013]

(#28 album-hit voor Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (Producer: Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss) (Arranger: Herb Alpert) (Recorded at A&M Recording Studios) (Engineer: Larry Levine) (A special thanks to the Orchestrations of Shorty Rogers and to Rio de Janeiro) als The Continental in 1969 (LP: Warm) [A&M Records SP-4190]

(#201 Bubbling Under album-hit voor Maureen McGovern (Produced By Carl Maduri) als The Continental in 1975 (LP: Academy Award Perfomance: And the Envelope, Please) [20th Century Records T-474]

1945: Harry James and his Orchestra – I’ll Buy That Dream [Columbia 36833] (1 week 2)
I’ll Buy That Dream - Harry James
(vandaag 72 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Herbert Magidson /Muziek: Allie Wrubel)
(Vocal Chorus: Kitty Kallen)

(1945: Anne Jeffreys in de film Sing Your Way Home met in de hoofdrollen Jack Haley, Anne Jeffreys & Marcy McGuire, draait vanaf 14 november 1945 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen)

(#2 hit voor Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes (Vocal Duet with Orchestra Under Direction of Victor Young); B-kant van Some Sunday Morning op 27 oktober 1945 [Decca 23434] (78 rpm)

(#8 hit voor Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra in 1945 [78-Victor 20-1679]

(#15 album-hit Dean Martin (Produced by Jimmy Bowen) (Engineer: Eddie Brackett) in 1964 (LP: Dream with Dean: The Intimate Dean Martin) [Reprise RS-6123]

1962: Gene Pitney – Only Love Can Break A Heart [Musicor Records MU 1022] (1 week 2)
Only Love Can Break A Heart - Gene Pitney

(vandaag 55 jaar geleden)
(Hal David; Burt Bacharach)
(Arranged & Conducted by Burt Bacharach)
(A Aaron SchroederWally Gold Prod.)

{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington}

(#4 Easy Listening-hit voor Margaret Whiting (Produced By Jack Gold) (Arr. & Cond. by Arnold Goland) in 1967 [London 45-108] (45 rpm)

(#2 C&W-hit voor Sonny James: The Southern Gentleman (Produced by George Richey) in 1972 [Capitol 3232] (45 rpm)

(#44 Easy Listening-hit voor Bobby Vinton (Produced By Bob Morgan) {Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010} in 1977 [ABC Records AB-12265] (45 rpm)

(#46 Easy Listening-hit voor Dionne Warwick (Produced By: Burt Bacharach & Hal David) (Executive Supervisor: Stanley Greenberg) (Arranged By: Burt Bacharach) in 1977 [Musicor Records MUS-6303] (45 rpm)

(#7 C&W-hit voor Kenny Dale (Strings Arranged by Ron Oares) (Produced by Bob Montgomery) in 1979 [Capitol 4746] (45 rpm)

Billboard Easy Listening chart:

1973: Marie Osmond – Paper Roses [MGM Records/Kolab Records K 14609] (1 week 1)