27 mei

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

De nummer 1-hits van 27 mei

Best Selling Singles/Billboard Hot 100:

1899: Len Spencer – Hello! Ma Baby [E. Berliner’s Gramophone 05] (6 weken 1)
Hello, Ma Baby
(vandaag 119 jaar geleden)
(Muziek: Joseph E. Howard /Tekst: Ida Emerson)

(#1 hit voor Arthur Collins {het origineel} op 29 april 1899 [Edison Record 5470] (wax cylinder)

(1943: Sung by a chorus during the opening sequence. Reprised instrumentally in de film Hello Frisco, Hello)

(1944: Played when Ernest gets hired at Betz Publishing in de film Irish Eyes Are Smiling)

(1949: Played when Marilyn goes to Jack’s dressing room before going on-stage in de film Look for the Silver Lining)

(#5 album-hit voor Mitch Miller And The Gang (Arr: Jimmy Carroll) als Medley: Little Annie Rooney/Hello! My Baby in 1960 (LP: Sentimental Sing Along with Mitch) [Columbia ‎CS 8251]

(1961: Marty Grosz (LP: Banjo at the Gaslight Club) [Audio Fidelity AFSD 5933]

(1964: Max Morath (Vocal Accomaniment by The Jordanaires) (LP: Oh, Play That Thing! The Ragtime Era) [Epic LN 24106]

(1968: Wayne Newton (Arranged by Don Vincent) (LP: One More Time – The Songs from His First TV Spectacular) [MGM Records SE 4549]

1972: The Chi-Lites – Oh Girl [Brunswick 55471] (1 week 1)
Oh Girl - The Chi-Lites

(vandaag 46 jaar geleden)
(Eugene Record)
(Produced by Eugene Record)
(Arranged by Tom Tom)
(Directed by Willie Henderson and Quinton Joseph)

(#46 album-hit voor Smokey Robinson And The Miracles in 1972 (LP: Flying High Together) [Tamla T 318L]

(#12 C&W-hit voor Con Hunley (Arranged And Produced By Steve Dorff) (Engineer: Greg Venable) (Background Vocals by The Oak Ridge Boys) in 1982 [Warner Bros. Records WBS50058] (45 rpm)

(#38 R&B-hit voor Glenn Jones (Produced by Loris Holland) (Mixed by Bryan “Chuck” New) (℗ 1987) in 1988 [Jive 5364-7-J] (45 rpm)

(#8 hit voor Paul Young (Produced by Pete Wingfield) in 1990 [Columbia CSK 73377] (CD-single)

(#59 album-hit voor The Chi-Lites in 1994 op de Music from the Motion Picture (CD: Crooklyn Volume 1: A Spike Lee Joint!) [40 Acres And A Mule MusicWorks MCAD-11036] (MCA)

Billboard: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1905: Ada Jones – My Carolina Lady [Edison Gold Moulded Record 8948] (1 week 3)
My Carolina Lady
(vandaag 113 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Andrew B. Sterling /Muziek: George Hamilton)
(wax cylinder)

(#4 hit voor Harry Macdonough op 7 juni 1902 [Monarch Record 1269] (78 rpm)

1911: American Quartet – Some Of These Days [Victor Record 16834] (2 weken 3)
(vandaag 107 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Shelton Brooks)
(Male Quartet)
(With orchestra)

(#2 hit voor Sophie Tucker op 12 augustus 1911 [Edison Amberol Record 4M 691] (wax cylinder)

(1911: Ella Retford [78-Jumbo 701]

(1922: Bennie Kreuger’s Orchestra [78-Brunswick 2340]

(#5 hit voor Original Dixieland Jazz Band in 1923 [OKeh 4738] (78 rpm)

(1923: Art Landry and His Call of the North Orchestra; B-kant van I’ve Been a Fool [Gennett 5189] (78 rpm)

(1924: Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawk Orchestra (Vocal refrain by C. A. Coon and J. L. Sanders); B-kant van van It’s the Blues van Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra [Victor 19600] (78 rpm)

(1925: Art Kahn And His Orchestra [Columbia 310-D] (78 rpm)

(1925: New Orleans Jazz Band [78-Banner 1544]

(#1 hit voor Ted Lewis & His Band With Sophie Tucker op 5 maart 1927 [Columbia 826-D] (78 rpm) {nieuwe opname}

(1927: Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Evelyn Thompson); B-kant van Baby Won’t You Please Come Home [Vocalion 1079] (78 rpm)

(1927: The Jazz-Kings [78-Tri-Ergon TE 5062]

(1927: Vaughn De Leath [78-OKeh 40768]

(1927: Original Indiana Five [78-Cameo 1138]

(1927: Original Indiana Five [78-Banner 6006]

(1927: George H. Tremer (Novelty Piano Solo); B-kant van Spirit of ’49 Rag [Gennett 6242] (78 rpm)

(1927: Ethel Waters [78-Columbia 14264-D]

(1928: The Black Pirates (Vocal Chorus by Diana Dell); B-kant van Sleeping the Clouds Away van The Philadelphians [Broadway 1374] (78 rpm)

(1928: Lee Sims (Piano Solo With Incidental Trumpet) [Brunswick 3764] (78 rpm)

(1928: Allister Wylie and His Coronado Hotel Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Rich Richards) (With Vocal Chorus) [Brunswick 4143] (78 rpm)

(1929: Louis Armstrong & His Orch. (Vocal Refrain Louis Armstrong) [OKeh 41298] (78 rpm)

(1929: Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra [OKeh 8729] (78 rpm)

(1929: Red Nichols and His Orchestra (Featuring His Five Pennies) (Popular Concert With Vocal Chorus) [Brunswick 20091] (78 rpm)

(1929: Ray Miller and His Orchestra [XC2882 Sunny Meadows Program “F” Pt. 5]

(1929: Adrian Schubert and his Salon Orchestra [78-Banner 6300]

(1929: Sophie Tucker (Comedienne with orchestra); B-kant van Moanin’ Low [Victor 22049] (78 rpm)

(1930: Cab Calloway and his Orchestra [78-Brunswick 6020]

(1930: Jack Hylton And His Orchestra (With Vocal Refrain) [Decca 411] (78 rpm)

(1931: Gilmore Sisters (Piano duet with traps) [Victor 23316] (78 rpm)

(1931: Spike Hughes & His Dance Orchestra [78-Decca F. 2259]

(1931: Snooks and His Memphis Ramblers [78-Timely Tunes C-1583]

(1931: David Nelson and the King’s Men (Vocal refrain by David Nelson) [Victor 23039] (78 rpm)

(#16 hit voor Bing Crosby (Vocal with Orchestra) in 1932 [Brunswick 6351] (78 rpm)

(1932: Les French Hot Boys [78-Salabert 3166]

(1932: Red (Pepper) Sam (Vocal Novelty With Piano u. Ukulele Accompaniment) [Kristall 21 152] (78 rpm) of [78-Oriole 2434]

(1932: Played on piano by Harry Seymour. Danced to by Ann Dvorak in de film Three on a Match)

(1932: Joel Shaw and his Orchestra [78-Crown 3285]

(1932: Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra)

(1933: Jack Hylton And His Orchestra (With Vocal Refrain) [Decca 411] (78 rpm)

(1933: The King’s Jesters [78-Bluebird B-6517]

(1933: Washboard Rhythm Boys [78-Banner 32867]

(1934: Mills Brothers (Four Boys and A Guitar) (No musical Instruments or mechanical devices used on this recording other than guitar) [Decca 228] (78 rpm)

(1934: Pat Hyde (Accompanied by Edgar Jackson & His Orchestra) [78-Parlophone R 1871]

(1934: The Six Swingers als Hot Pie (No. 1) Part 1 (Intro: Bugle Call Rag; Some of These Days; After You’re Gone) [Regal Zonophone MR 1567] (78 rpm)

(1935: Billy Cotton and His Band (With Vocal Chorus) [Regal Zonophone MR 1946] (78 rpm)

(1935: Peggy Dell [78-Decca F 5606]

(1935: Coleman Hawkins (Acc. by The Ramblers Dance Orch.) [78-Decca F. 5581]

(1935: Mario “Harp” Lorenzi and His Rhythmics [78-Columbia FB 1168]

(1935: Clyde McCoy And His Drake Hotel Orch. [Columbia 2801-D] (78 rpm)

(1935: Stephane Grappelli And His Hot Four With Django Reinhardt (Instrumental); B-kant van Lily Belle May June [Decca 23004] (78 rpm)

(1936: The Ballyhooligans (Medley) [78-His Master’s Voice B.D.5049]

(1936: Benny Carter (Solist: King) (med Sonora Swing-Band) [Sonora 3188] (78 rpm)

(1936: Teddy Foster and his Kings of Swing [78-Decca F 6049]

(1936: Ike “Yowse Suh” Hatch and his Harlem Stompers [78-Regal Zonophone MR 2050]

(1936: Locke Brothers Rhythm Orchestra [78-Bluebird B-6316]

(1936: Swing Rhythm Boys [78-Crown 236]

(1937: Nat Gonnella & His Georgians [78-Parlophone F 646]

(1937: Brian Lawrance and his Lansdowne House Sextet [78-Decca F 6343]

(1937: Sophie Tucker With Harry Sosnik And His Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) [Decca 1472] (78 rpm)

(1937: Valaida (Queen of the Trumpet) (With Swing Accompaniment) [Parlophone F 952] (78 rpm)

(1938: Joe Daniels and his Hot Shots [78-Parlophone F 1273]

(1938: Benny Goodman Quartet [78-MGM E/X 3790]

(1940: Billy Cotton And His Band [78-Rex 9796]

(1941: Willie Lewis And His Negro Band [78-Elite Special 4082]

(1942: Sung by Maxine Sullivan in de film Some of These Days)

(#5 album-hit voor Judy Garland (Chorus and Orchestra Conducted by Jack Cathcart) (Arrangements by Harold Mooney) als Judy at the Palace: Shine on Harvest Moon/Some of These Days/My Man/I Don’t Care in 1955 (LP: Miss Show Business) [Capitol W-676]

(#15 album-hit voor Les Paul and Mary Ford in 1955 (LP: Les and Mary) [Capitol W-577]

(1955: George Lewis (LP: George Lewis New Orleans All Stars and Quartet featuring Red Allen) [Riverside RLP 2512]

(#7 album-hit voor Bobby Darin in 1959 (LP: That’s All) [Atco Records SD 33-104]

(1959: Brenda Lee (with the Anita Kerr Singers) (LP: Grandma What Great Songs You Sang!) [Decca DL 8873]

(#9 album-hit voor Bobby Darin in 1960 (LP: Darin at the Copa) [Atco Records SD 33-122]

(1963: Cliff Richard (LP: Hits from the Original Sound Track of Summer Holiday) [Epic ‎BN 26063]

(#31 album-hit voor Bobby Vinton (Arranged and conducted by Stan Applebaum) in 1964 (LP: Tell Me Why) [Epic BN 26113]

(#29 album-hit voor Vikki Carr (Recorded Live At The Persian Room) als Medley: Some of These Days/After You’ve Gone in 1969 (LP: For Once in My Life) [Liberty LST-7604]

(#194 album-hit voor Bert Kaempfert And His Orchestra in 1969 (LP: Warm and Wonderful) [Decca DL 75089]

(1971: Ray Nance (LP: Huffin’ ‘n’ Puffin’) [MPS/BASF Records BAP 5057]

(#1 album-hit voor Donna Summer (Produced By Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte) als My Man Medley: The Man I Love/I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good/Some of These Days in 1978 (LP: Live and More) [Casablanca NBLP 7119-2]

(#36 album-hit voor Erzsebet Foldi in 1979 op de various artists ‎Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (LP: All That Jazz) [Casablanca NBLP 7198]

(1982: Oscar Peterson (Ed Bickert: Guitar) (Producer: Norman Granz) (Musical Arrangements: Rick Wilkins) (Rhythm and Vocals Recorded: McClear Place Studios, Toronto, Canada January 28, 29, 1980) (Orchestra Tracks Recorded: Manta Sound Studios Toronto, Canada February 19, 1980) (℗ 1982) (LP: The Personal Touch) [Pablo Today ‎2312-113]

(1983: Cab Calloway op de Original Motion Picture Soundtrack van The Mystic Knights of The Oingo Boingo (LP: Forbidden Zone) [Varèse Sarabande ‎STV 81170]

(#35 album-hit in Engeland voor Elkie Brooks in 1984 (LP: Screen Gems) [EMI EJ 2402361]

(#38 album-hit voor Barbra Streisand als Good Man I Hard to Find/Some of These Days in 1991 (CD: Just for the Record…) [Columbia 44111]

(#141 album-hit voor Kevin Spacey With John Wilson & The Orchestra (Produced By Phil Ramone) (℗ 2004) in 2005 op de Original Motion Picture (CD: Beyond the Sea) [Atco Records R2 78444]

(2011: Dale Corn {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} (CD: I’ve Been Around) [CD Baby 700261327914]

1916: James F. Harrison – Wake Up, America! (2 weken 2)
Wake Up America
(vandaag 102 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: George Graff, Jr. /Muziek: Jack Glogau)

(1916: Frederick Wheeler (Baritone with orchestra [Victor 17991] (78 rpm)

1967: The Happenings – I Got Rhythm [B.T. Puppy Records 45-527] (3 weken 3)
I Got Rhythm - The Happenings
(vandaag 51 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Ira Gershwin /Muziek: George Gershwin)
(Vocal with Instr. Accomp.)
(Arr. & Cond. by Bern Bernstein)
(Produced by The Tokens)

(Het origineel is van Ethel Merman [78-Columbia 2346-D] in de Broadway-musical Girl Crazy, ging op 14 oktober 1930 in Alvin Theatre, NY in première. Na 272 keer was op 6 juni 1931 de laatste voorstelling)

(1930: Fred Rich & His Orchestra (Vocal Refrain) [Columbia 2328-D] (78 rpm)

(1930: Cab Calloway and his Orchestra)

(1930: Luis Russell and His Orchestra (With Vocal Chorus) [Melotone M 12000] (78 rpm)

(#5 hit voor Red Nichols and His Five Pennies in 1931 [78-Brunswick 4957]

(#17 hit voor Ethel Waters (Novelty accomp.) in 1931; B-kant van Three Little Words [Columbia 2346-D] (78 rpm)

(1931: Adelaide Hall [78-Brunswick R-225]

(#17 hit voor Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra (Vocal Refrain) in 1932; B-kant van You Can Depend on Me [Columbia 2590] (78 rpm)

(1932: Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra (with Vocal Refrain) (OKeh 41534] (78 rpm)

(1932: Roy Fox And His Band (At the Monseigneur Restaurant, London) (With Vocal Refrain); B-kant van You’ve Got What Gets Me [Decca F. 3014] (78 rpm)

(1932: Played during the opening and closing credits. Performed by Kitty Kelly and chorus in de film Girl Crazy)

(1932: Sidney Bechet)

(1932: George Gershwin)

(1932: Don Redman & His Orchestra [Brunswick 6354] (78 rpm)

(1932: Don Redman and his Orchestra; B-kant van Nagasaki [78-Melotone 5-11-04]

(1935: Fats Waller, Piano Solo (LP: Valentine Stomp) [RCA Victor ‎LPV-525] (Released in 1966)

(1936: Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots in Drumnasticks [Decca 1240] (78 rpm)

(1936: Kenneth “Red” Norvo and His Swing Sextette [Decca 779] (78 rpm)

(1937: Count Basie And His Orchestra)

(1937: Emilio Cáceres Trio (Featuring Emilio Cáceres, Violin–Ernie Cáceres, Clarinet–Johnny Gomez, Guitar) [Victor 25710] (78 rpm)

(1937: Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra (Instrumental) [Decca 1508] (78 rpm)

(1937: Glenn Miller And His Orchestra [Brunswick 7915] (78 rpm)

(1937: Valaida (Queen of the Trumpet) [78-Parlophone F 1048]

(1937: Chick Webb and His Little Chicks (Tommy Fulford, piano; Wayman Carver, flute; Chauncey Haughton, clarinet; Beverly Peer, bass; Chick Webb, drums); B-kant van Sweet Sue–Just You [Decca 1759] (78 rpm)

(1938: Larry Adler (The Mouth Organ Virtuoso) (With Stéphane Grappelli; Django Reinhardt; Joseph Reinhardt; Eugene Vees and Roger Grasset [Columbia BD 5037] (EMI) (78 rpm)

(1938: Jane Froman [78-RCA Victor 12332]

(1940: Duke Ellington)

(1940: Fletcher Henderson Conducts Horace Henderson and his Orchestra [Vocalion 5518] (78 rpm)

(1940: Sid Phillips, Trio [Parlophone F 1803] (78 rpm)

(1941: Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra (Instrumental Featuring Jimmy Dorsey) [Decca DLA 740] [Album No. 240] (10 sites-1) [Decca 3861 A] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1941: Kordt Sisters als I Got Rhythm – They Can’t Take That Away from Me – Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (Vokal m. Orkester) op de single (George Gershwin Kavalkade, 1. Del) [Polyphon X.S. 43336] (78 rpm)

(1943: Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Mickey Rooney, Six Hits and a Miss, The Music Maids, Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra in de Norman Taurog, Busby Berkeley-film Girl Crazy)

(1944: Judy Garland With Georgie Stoll And His Orchestra (Vocal with Orchesra) [Decca L 3252] [Album No. A-362] (6 sites-5) [Decca 23310 B]

(1944: Red Norvo [78-Keynote Recordings K1319]

(1944: Ethel Smith (Instrumental) (Organ with Orchestra Directed by Victor Young); B-kant van Liza (All the Clouds’ll Roll Away) [Decca 23426] (78 rpm)

(1945: Lionel Hampton (Recorded April 26, 1937) als Rhythm, Rhythm (I Got Rhythm) (LP: Hot Jazz Vol. III) [Victor H J-3] [78-Victor 40-0111] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1945: André Kostelanetz and his Orchestra [78-Columbia Masterworks M 340-7 4268-M]

(1945: Bud Freeman And His Orchestra Featuring T/Sgt. Ray McKinley [Majestic 1018] (78 rpm)

(1945: Oscar Peterson (Piano solo with bass and drums) [Victor 56-0002] (78 rpm) {Canadese persing}

(1945: Woody Herman)

(1946: Benny Goodman Sextet (LP: Benny Goodman Sextet Session) [Columbia C113-4] [Columbia 36923] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1947: Ethel Merman (LP: Songs She Has Made Famous) [Album No. A-681] (8 sides–6) [Decca 24453] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1949: Featuring the Lightning Fingers of Ben Light at the Steinway (Herb Kern: Hammond & Vibrachord) (Lloyd Sloop: Novachord); B-kant van Begin the Beguine [Tempo TR 564] (78 rpm)

(1951: Performed by Gene Kelly and children in de film An American in Paris)

(1952: Joe Daniels’ Jazz Group [Parlophone R.3608] (78 rpm)

(1953: Erroll Garner (10” LP: Overture to Dawn, Volume 3) [Blue Note BLP 5014]

(1954: Billy May and His Orchestra (10” LP: Join the Band) [Capitol H-237]

(1956: André Kostelanetz & his Orchestra (LP: Musical Comedy Favorites) [Columbia A 430-8] Columbia 4-4373-M] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1956: Charlie Shavers (Orchestra Conducted by Sy Oliver) (LP: Gershwin, Shavers and Strings) [Bethlehem BCP-27]

(1956: Lou Stein At The Piano (LP: From Broadway to Paris) [Epic EPSP 3186]

(1957: Chris Connor (LP: Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Song) [Atlantic 2-601]

(1957: “Scat Man” Crothers (LP: Rock ‘n Roll with “Scat Man”) [Tops L1511]

(1957: Marilyn Moore (LP: Moody Marilyn Moore) [Bethlehem BCP 73]

(1958: Harpo Marx (LP: Harpo at Work!) [Mercury SR-60016]

(1959: Francis Bay and the Boone City Blowers (LP: Charleston) [Philips 421 449 PE]

(1959: Paul Chambers (LP: Go…) [Vee-Jay Records VJLP 1014]

(1959: Johnny Nash (Arranged and Produced by Don Costa) (Orchestra Conducted by Nick Perito) (LP: I Got Rhythm) [ABC-Paramount ABCS-299]

(#31 album-hit voor Pete Fountain in 1960 (LP: Pete Fountain Day) [Coral CRL 57313]

(1961: The Buck Clarke Quintet (LP: Drum Sum) [Argo LPS 4007]

(1961: Dick Schory Percussion And Brass Ensemble (Produced by Marty Gold) (LP: Stereo Action Goes Broadway) [RCA Victor ‎LSA 2382]

(1963: Lena Horne (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Paich) (LP: Lena…Love and Alive) [RCA Victor LSP-2587]

(#86 album-hit voor Peter Nero/Boston Pops/Arthur Fiedler (Produced by Peter Delheim) (Recording Engineer: Bernard Keville) in 1965 (LP: Nero Goes “Pops”) [RCA Victor LCS 2821]

(1967: Count Basie Introducing Richard Boone (Produced by Teddy Reig) [Verve Records VK-10517] (45 rpm)

(1967: Floyd Cramer (Arranged by Bill McElhiney) (Produced by Chet Atkins and Felton Jarvis) (Recorded in RCA Victor’s “Nashville Sound” Studio, Nashville, Tennessee) (Recording Engineers: Jim Malloy and Bill Vandevort) (LP: Class of ‘67) [RCA Victor LSP 3827]

(1967: The Happenings (Produced by The Tokens) (LP: Psycle) [B.T. Puppy Records BTPS 1003]

(1973: The Killer and his Boogie Woogie Trio (Produced by Jan Rietman) (LP: I Got Rhythm) [Ariola 7 231 XT]

(1991: George Shearing and The King’s Singers with Neil Swainson (The King’s Singers: David Hurley – Alastair Hume – Robert Chilcott – Bruce Russell – Simon Carrington – Stephen Connolly) with George Shearing (piano) & Neil Swainson (double bass) (CD: Get Happy!) [EMI Classics ‎CDC 7 54190 2]

(1995: Bobby Darin {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} als I Got Rhythm (Previously Unreleased) (CD: Great Gentlemen of Song: Spotlight on Bobby Darin) [Capitol Records CDP 7243 8 28512 2 6]

(1996: Dave McKenna, Joe Temperley (CD: Sunbeam and Thundercloud) [Concord Jazz CCD 4703]

(1997: Greetje Kauffeld & Robert Long als Lekker tempo (CD: Uit liefde en respect voor Gershwin) [EMI 7243 8 59199 2 3]

(2003: Judy Niemack (CD: Jazz Singer’s Practice Session) [Gam Records/CD Baby [CDB5637344661.2]

(#26 album-hit voor Brian Wilson in 2010 (CD: Reimagines Gershwin) [Disney Pearl Series ‎D000428902]

Billboard Easy Listening chart:

1978: Barry Manilow – Even Now [Arista AS 0330] (3 weken 1)
Even Now - Barry Manilow

(vandaag 40 jaar geleden)
(Muziek: Barry Manilow /Tekst: Marty Panzer)
(Produced by Ron Dante & Barry Manilow)

(#19 hit in de Hot 100 op 24 juni 1978)

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

(#4 album-hit voor Barry Manilow in 2007 (CD: The Greatest Songs of the Seventies) [Arista 88697100342]

Billboard Country & Western chart:

1950: Red Foley – Birmingham Bounce [Decca 9-46234] (4 weken 1)
(vandaag 68 jaar geleden)
(Hard Rock Gunter)
(Singing with Instrumental Accompaniment)

(B-kant van Choc’late Ice Cream Cone van Red Foley with The Dixie Dons)

(#14 hit in de US Pop Singles Charts op 27 mei 1950)

{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

(Het origineel is van Hardrock Gunter and the Pebbles (Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment) uit 1950 [Bama 104] (78 rpm)

(1950: Sid Phillips And His Orchestra (Vocalist: The Tanner Sisters) [His Master’s Voice B.9940] (78 rpm)

(1950: Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Freddie Hamilton and Raymond Johnson) [Decca 27041] (78 rpm)

(1950: Amos Milburn And His Aladdin Chickenshackers (Don Wilkerson, ten. sax; Willie Smith, ten. sax; Billy Simpson, Jr. bar. sax; Johnny Brown, guitar; Amos Milburn, piano; Harper Cosby, bass; Lawrence Norman, drums) [Aladdin 3058] (78 rpm)

(1950: Pee Wee King and his Band [45-RCA Victor 48-0332]

1957: Jim Reeves – Four Walls [RCA Victor 47-6874] (8 weken 1)

(vandaag 61 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Marvin Moore; George Campbell)

(#11 hit in de Top 100 op 3 juni 1957)

(#15 pop-hit voor Jim Lowe (With Bob Davie’s Orchestra) {het origineel} in 1957 [Dot 45-15569] (45 rpm)

(1957: Dorothy Collins (Vocal with Chorus and Orchestra Directed by Dick Jacobs) {Radio Territorial Hit} [Coral 9-61828] (45 rpm)

(1957: The Five Keys (with Orchestra Conducted by Van Alexander) (Vocal Group with Orchestra; B-kant van It’s a Groove [Capitol F3710] (45 rpm)

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

(#8 album-hit voor Johnny Tillotson (Recording date: May 27, 1962) (Arrangements: Archie Bleyer) in 1962 (LP: It Keeps Right on a-Hurtin’) [Cadence CLP 25058]

(#92 pop-hit voor Kay Starr (With Orchestra and Chorus Conducted by Billy Liebert) (Produced by Ken Nelson) in 1962 [Capitol Records 4835] (45 rpm)

(1962: Warner Mack (LP: The Golden Country Hits Vol. 2) [Kapp KS 3279]

(1962: Sandy Nelson (LP: Country Style) [Imperial LP-12203]

(#28 album-hit voor Bill Pursell (Arrangements by Bill Justis) (Orchestra Under the Direction of Grady Martin) in 1963 (LP: Our Winter Love) [Columbia ‎CS 8792]

(1964: Eddy Arnold (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Gold) (Produced by Chet Atkins and Jim Foglesong (Recorded in RCA Victor’s Studio A, New York City) (Recording Engineer Ray Hall) (LP: Pop Hits from the Country Side) [RCA Victor ‎LSP 2951]

(1964: Billy Vaughn and his Orchestra (LP: Another Hit Album!) [Dot DLP 3593]

(1965: Bing Crosby (Orchestra and chorus arranged and conducted by Bill Justis) (LP: Bing Crosby Sings the Great Country Hits) [Capitol Records ST-2346]

(1966: Kitty Wells (LP: Kitty Wells Sings Songs Made Famous by Jim Reeves) [Decca DL 74741]

(#133 album-hit voor B.J. Thomas (℗ 1968) in 1969 (LP: On My Way) [Scepter Records SPS-570]

(1968: The Anita Kerr Singers (LP: I Sang with Jim Reeves) [Philips 6303 066]

(#127 album-hit voor Jerry Lee Lewis in 1969 (LP: Jerry Lee Lewis Sings the Country Music Hall of Fame Hits Vol. 1) [ Smash SRS 67117]

(#140 album-hit voor Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass in 1970 (LP: Down Homers) [RCA Victor LSP 4424]

(#89 album-hit voor Ronnie Milsap (Produced by Tom Collins and Ronnie Milsap) (Strings arranged by D. Bergen White) (Strings Performed by The Shelly Kurland Strings) in 1981 (LP: Out Where the Bright Lights Are Glowing) [RCA AAL1-3932]

(1984: Slim Whitman (with Byron Whitman) (Arranged by Ron Oates) [Epic 34-04549] (45 rpm)

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

1972: Conway Twitty – (Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date [Decca 32945] (1 week 1)

(vandaag 46 jaar geleden)
(Floyd Cramer; Conway Twitty)

(#112 Bubbling Under Hot 100-hit op 3 juni 1972)

(#2 pop-hit voor Floyd Cramer (Producer Chet Atkins) {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} als Last Date op 28 november 1960 [RCA Victor 47-7775] (45 rpm)

(#4 album-hit voor Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra in 1960 (LP: Last Date) [Dot DLP 3350]

(#21 pop-hit voor Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra Featuring Frank Scott On Piano als Last Date in 1960 [Dot 45-16145] (45 rpm)

(#26 pop-hit voor Skeeter Davis (Producer Chet Atkins) als My Last Date (With You) in 1961 [RCA Victor 47-7825] (45 rpm)

(#38 pop-hit voor Joni James (Musical Supervision Anthony Acquaviva) als My Last Date (With You) in 1961 [MGM K12933] (45 rpm)

(#39 album-hit voor The Ventures (Producers: Josie Wilson and Bob Reisdorff) (Mastering: Bob Golden) als Last Date in 1961 (LP: Another Smash!!!) [Dolton Records BST-8006]

(#94 album-hit voor Bill Justis (With The Stephen Scott Singers) als Last Date in 1962 (LP: Bill Justis Plays 12 Big Instrumental Hits) [Smash Records SRS-67021]

(1963: Ace Cannon (Supervision: Joe Coughi) (Recorded at The Royal Recording Studio, Memphis, Tenn.) als Last Date (LP: The Moanin’ Sax of Ace Cannon) [Hi Records ‎SHL 32014]

(#6 album-hit voor Al (He’s the King) Hirt (Al Hirt, Trumpet with Chorus and Orchestra) (Produced by Chet Atkins) (Recorded in RCA Victor’s “Nashville Sound” Studio, Nashville, Tennessee) (Recording Engineer: Chuck Seitz) in 1964 (LP: Cotton Candy) [RCA Victor LSP 2917]

(1965: Pat Boone (LP: The Golden Era of Country Hits) [Dot DLP 25626]

(1965: Duane Eddy (LP: Twangin the Golden Hits) [RCA Victor LSP 2993]

(1966: Group Seven (mini-LP: Group Seven) [Jacks Beat Records BR 1029]

(1968: Zalman Yanovsky (Produced and Arranged by Jerry Yester & Zalman Yanovsky) (Orchestrated by Jerry Yester) (Conducted by Jim Freidman) (LP: Alive and Well in Argentina) [Buddah Records BDS 5019]

(#157 album-hit voor Gil Trythall als Last Date in 1970 (LP: Switched on Nashville: Country Moog) [Athena 6003]

(#188 album-hit voor Willie Mitchell in 1970 (LP: Robbins Nest) [Hi Records SHL 32058]

(#1 C&W-hit voor Conway Twitty als (Lost Her Love) on Our Last Date) op 27 mei 1972 [Decca 32945] (45 rpm)

(1972: Conway Twitty als (Lost Her Love) on Our Last Date) (LP: I Can’t Stop Loving You (Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date) [Decca DL 7-5361]

(1975: Tommy Seebach (Engineers: Ole Hansen, Claus Asmussen) (Produced & Mixing: Tommy Seebach) (Executive Producer: Per Sørensen) (Recorded in the Autumn 1975 at Soundtrack Studio, Copenhagen) als Last Date (LP: Wheels) [EMI 6C 058-38122]

(#1 C&W-hit voor Emmylou Harris (Produced And Arranged By Brian Ahern) {Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010} als (Lost His Love) on Our Last Date (℗ 1982) op 22 januari 1983 [Warner Bros. Records 7-29898] (45 rpm)

1978: The Statler Brothers – Do You Know You Are My Sunshine [Mercury 55022] (2 weken 1)

(vandaag 40 jaar geleden)
(Don Reid; Harold Reid)
(Produced By Jerry Kennedy)
(String arrangement by D. Bergen White)

(B-kant van You’re the First)

{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

1989: Rodney Crowell – After All This Time [Columbia 38-68585] (1 week 1)

(vandaag 29 jaar geleden)
(Rodney Crowell)
(Produced by Tony Brown & Rodney Crowell)
(Published ℗ 1988)

{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

(#71 pop-hit voor Merry Clayton (Produced by Lou Adler) in 1972 [Ode Records, Inc ODE-66018] (45 rpm)

(1988: Rodney Crowell (Produced By Tony Brown & Rodney Crowell) (Recorded & Mixed By: Steve Marcantonio) (Additional Recording: Donivan Cowart) (Production Assistance: Larry Willoughby) (Personal Assistance: Martha Wood & Renée Bell) (LP: Diamonds & Dirt) [Columbia FC 44076]

1995: Ty Herndon – What Mattered Most [Epic Nashville 34-77843] (1 week 1)
(vandaag 23 jaar geleden)
(Gary Burr; Vince Melamed)
(Produced by Doug Johnson)

(#90 hit in de Hot 100 op 27 mei 1995)

2006: Jason Aldean – Why (1 week 1)
Why - Jason Aldean

(vandaag 12 jaar geleden)
(John Rich; Vicky McGehee; Rodney Clawson)

(#43 hit in de Hot 100 op 27 mei 2006)

Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart:

1950: Joe Liggins and His “Honeydrippers” – Pink Champagne [Specialty SP 355] (13 weken 1)
Pink Champagne - Joe Liggins
(vandaag 68 jaar geleden)
(Joe Liggins)

{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

(1950: Bill Darnel (Vocal with Orchestra) [Coral 60287] (78 rpm)

(1954: Rusty Bryant and The Carolyn Club Band [Dot 15164] (78 rpm)

(1959: Don and Dewey (LP: “They’re Rockin’ ‘Til Midnight, Rollin’ ‘Till Dawn!”) [Specialty SPS-2131] {Released in 1970}

(#137 album-hit voor Georgie Fame in 1965 (LP: Yeh Yeh) [Imperial LP 12282]

1978: The O’ Jays – Use Ta Be My Girl [Phiadelphia International Records ZS8 3642] (5 weken 1)
Use Ta Be My Girl - The O’ Jays
(vandaag 40 jaar geleden)
(Kenneth Gamble; Leon Huff)
(Arranged by Jack Faith)
(Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Pa.)
(Mastered at Frankford Wayne Recording Labs, Phila., Pa. TSOP “The Sound Of Philadelphia” T.M.)
(Produced by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff)

(#4 hit in de Hot 100 op 8 juli 1978)

(#94 R&B-hit voor MFSB (Arranged by John L. Usry, Jr.) (Produced by John L. Usry, Jr. and Joseph B. Jefferson) in 1978 als Use ta Be My Guy [Phildalephia International Records ZS8 3650] (45 rpm)

1989: Atlantic Starr – My First Love (7” Edit) [Warner Bros. Records 7-27525] (1 week 1)
My First Love - Atlantic Starr
(vandaag 29 jaar geleden)
(David Lewis; Wayne Lewis)
(Produced And Aranged By David Lewis And Wayne Lewis)
(Associate Producer: Jonathan Lewis)

{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

2000: Carl Thomas – I Wish [Bad Boy 78612 79321-1] (6 weken 1)
I Wish - Carl Thomas
(vandaag 18 jaar geleden)
(Michael Flowers; Carl Thomas)
(Produced by Mike City [ = Michael Flowers]
(Co-Produced by Carl Thomas)
(Executive Producer: Sean “Puffy” Combs)
(Associate Executive Producer: Harve “Joe Booker” Pierre)
(Published ℗ 1999)
(12-inch 33 ⅓ rpm)

(#20 hit in de Hot 100 op 13 mei 2000)


This US list was compiled by data from the books titled Joel Whitburn’s “Pop Memories 1890-1954”, “Top Pop Singles 1955-2010”, “Top Adult Songs 1961-2006”, “Hot Country Songs 1944-2010”, “Hot R&B Songs 1942-2010” and Billboard Magazine (©2018)



1950: Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians – Hop-Scotch Polka (Scotch Hot) (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 68 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: William Whitlock; Carl Sigman; Gene Rayburn)
(Vocal Chorus By Kenny Gardner And The Lombardo Trio)

(#11 hit in de US Pop Singles Charts op 29 oktober 1949)

ex aequo:

1950: Art Mooney and his Orchestra – Hop-Scotch Polka (Scotch Hot) (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 68 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: William Whitlock; Carl Sigman; Gene Rayburn)
(Vocal by The Art Mooney Choir)

(#16 hit in de US Pop Singles Charts op 17 september 1949)

1967: Petula Clark – This Is My Song (6 weken 1)
(vandaag 51 jaar geleden)
(Charles Chaplin)
(Produced by Sonny Burke)
(Arranged & Conducted by Ernie Freeman)

(#3 hit in de US Hot 100 op 15 april 1967)

{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 Harry Secombe (with orchestra and chorus directed by Wally Scott) in 1967 [Decca BF 1539] (45 rpm)

1974: Suzi Quatro – Devil Gate Drive (3 weken 1)
(vandaag 44 jaar geleden)
(Nicky Chinn; Mike Chapman)
(Produced By Nicky Chinn And Mike Chapman)


1984: Lionel Richie – Hello (1 week 1)
(vandaag 34 jaar geleden)
(Lionel Richie)
(Produced by: Lionel Richie & James Anthony Carmichael)
(Rhythm Arrangement by Lionel Richie & James Anthony Carmichael)
(String Arrangement by: James Anthony Carmichael)
(Vocal Arrangement by: Lionel Richie)
(Published ℗ 1983)

(#1 hit in de US Hot 100 op 12 mei 1984)

(#120 album-hit in Amerika voor Paul Anka (Produced by Alex Christensen) (Executive Producer: Paul Anka) (Engineered and mixed by Al Schmitt) (Arranged by Randy Kerber) {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 2005 (CD: Rock Swings) [Verve ‎B0004751-02]

(#73 hit in Amerika voor David Cook in 2008)

(#35 hit in Amerika voor Glee Cast in 2010)

1990: Madonna – Vogue (4 weken 1)
(vandaag 28 jaar geleden)
(Madonna [ = Madonna Louise Ciccone]; Shep Pettibone)
(Produced by Madonna And Shep Pettibone)
(Executive Producer: Craig Kostich)

(#1 hit in de US Hot 100 op 19 mei 1990)

2001: Craig David – Walking Away (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 16 jaar geleden)
(Craig David; Mark Hill)
(Mixed by Steve Fitzmaurice At Metropolis Studios)
(Produced By Mark Hill)

(#44 hit in de US Hot 100 op 13 juli 2001)


Australia and New Zealand charts sourced from Wikipedia


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