4 juli

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

De nummer 1-hits van 4 juli

Best Selling Singles/Billboard Hot 100:

1903: Harry Macdonough – Hiawatha [Edison Record 8425] (4 weken 1)Hiawatha
(vandaag 115 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: James O’Dea /Muziek: Neil Moret)
(wax cylinder)

(#3 hit voor Columbia Orchestra op 25 april 1903 [Columbia Phonograph Co. 1155] (wax cylinder)

(#3 hit voor Dan Quinn op 25 juli in 1903 [Columbia Phonograph Co. 1406] (wax cylinder)

1925: Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra – Sweet Georgia Brown [Vocalion B 15002] (5 weken 1)
Sweet Georgia Brown - Ben Bernie
(vandaag 93 jaar geleden)
(Ben Bernie; Kenneth Casey; Maceo Pinkard)

(#5 hit voor Isham Jones Orchestra (For Dancing) in 1925; B-kant van Collegiate van Carl Fenton and His Orchestra [Brunswick 2913] (78 rpm)

(#6 hit voor Ethel Waters and Her Ebony Four in 1925 [Columbia 379-D] (78 rpm)

(1925: California Ramblers [Columbia 380-D] (78 rpm)

(#2 hit voor Bing Crosby with Isham Jones’ Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) op 25 juni 1932 [Brunswick 6320] (78 rpm)

(1932: Bing Crosby with Isham Jones’ Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) [Melotone M 13127] (78 rpm)

(1934: Mills Brothers (Four Boys and A Guitar) (No musical instruments or mechanical devices used on this recording other than one guitar) [Decca 380] (78 rpm)

(1936: Jimmy Noone’s New Orleans Band [Parlophone R 2281] (78 rpm)

(1938: Benny Goodman Quartet (Clarinet, Vibraharp, Piano and Drums) {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} [Victor P 3-7] [Victor 26091] (78 rpm)

(1938: Coleman Hawkins And His All Star “Jam” Band [His master’s Voice B.8812] (78 rpm)

(1938: The Quintet of the Hot Club de France with Django Reinhardt (Guitar) & Stephane Grappelly (Violin) [Decca F. 6675] (78 rpm)

(1939: John Kirby and his Orchestra [Columbia C 45-8] [Columbia 36001] (78 rpm)

(1941: Art Tatum (LP: God Is in the House) [Onyx Records ORI 205] (Released in 1972)

(1947: Benny Strong And His Orchestra (Vocal by Benny Strong); B-kant van Baby Face [Tower 1255] (78 rpm)

(#10 hit voor Brother Bones And His Shadows in 1949 [Tempo TR-652] (78 rpm)

(1949: Harry James and his Orchestra [Columbia C-6045] (78 rpm)

(1950: Tommy Dorsey)

(1953: Oscar Peterson: The Trio Set (Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown) (LP: Jazz at the Philharmonic) [Verve 825 099-1]

(1954: Sir Charles Thompson Quartet (10” LP: Sir Charles Thompson Quartet) [Vanguard VRS-8006]

(#11 album-hit voor Lenny Dee in 1955 (LP: Dee-Lightful!: Hi-Fi Organ Solos with a Beat) [Decca ‎DL 8114]

(1955: Max Bennett (Bass, Max Bennett) (Alto, Charlie Mariano) (Trombone, Frank Rosolino) (Piano, Claude Williamson) (Drums, Stan Levey) (Vocals, Helen Carr) (10″ LP: Max Bennett) [Bethlehem BCP-1028]

(1956: Sidney Bechet (Jonah Jones, trumpet) (Jimmy Archey, trombone) (Sidney Bechet, soprano saxophone) (Buddy Weed, piano) (Walter Page, bass) (Johnny Blowers, drums) (Recorded August 25, 1953) ‎(LP: The Fabulous Sidney Bechet) [Blue Note ‎BLP 1207]

(1956: Sonny Criss (LP: Jazz – U.S.A.) [Imperial LP 9006]

(1956: Roy Eldridge (Under the personal supervision of Norman Granz) (LP: Little Jazz) [Clef Records MG C-683]

(1956: Jerry Jerome (LP: ‘On the Wild Side’) [ABC-Paramount ABC-132]

(1956: Sonny Stitt (LP: 37 Minutes and 48 Seconds with Sonny Stitt) [Royal Roost RST 2219]

(1956: Gale Storm with Orchesta (LP: Gale Storm) [Dot DLP 3011]

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

(1957: Max Bennett (Max Bennett – Bass and Lead) (Charlie Mariano – Alto Sax) (Frank Rosolino – Trombone or Carl Fontana – Trombone) (Claude Williamson – Piano or Dave McKenna – Piano) (Mel Lewis – Drums or Stan Levey – Drums) (Helen Carr, (Vocal) (LP: “Max Bennett Plays”) [Bethlehem BCP-50]

(1957: The Coasters [Atco Records 45-6104] (45 rpm)

(1957: The Dick Hyman Trio (Dick Hyman At The Magnaharp) [MGM K12476] (45 rpm)

(1957: Art Mooney And His All Stars (LP: Hi-Fi Dixieland) [MGM E 3616]

(#5 album-hit voor Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra in 1958 (LP: Sail Along Silv’ry Moon) [Dot DLP 3100]

(#13 album-hit voor Pat Boone (Arranged by Mort Lindsay) (Orchestra conducted by Milt Rogers and Mort Lindsay) in 1958 (LP: Yes Indeed!) [Dot DLP 3121]

(1958: Firehouse Five plus Two [45-Good Time Jazz 15033]

(1958: Dorothy Donegan (LP: At the Embers) [Forum SF-9003] of [Roulette Records R-25010]

(1958: Luckey Roberts (Honky Tonk Piano with Ensemble) (LP: Happy Go “Lucky”) [Period PRST 1929]

(1959: The Blue Jays (Instrumentl) [Laurie 3037] (45 rpm)

(1959: John Cali (banjo) & Lou Stein (piano) (LP: Honky Tonk Piano and a Hot Banjo) [Mercury Records SR-60151]

(1959: Hutch Davie and his Honky Tonkers (Instrumental) [Atco Records 45-6149] (45 rpm)

(1959: Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra (LP: Dance Hits of the ‘20s in Hi-Fi) [RCA Camden CAL 548]

(1959: Barney Kessel (LP: Some Like It Hot) [Contemporary Records S 7565]

(1959: Matty Malneck and his Orchestra op de various artist Original Music from the Motion Picture Soud Track (LP: Some Like It Hot) [United Artists UAL 4030]

(1960: Freddy Cannon (Producers: Frank C. Slay, Jr. and Bob Crewe) (Arrangements: Frank C. Slay, Jr., Bob Crewe and Sid Bas) (Recording Engineer: George Schowerer) (LP: The Explosive! Freddy Cannon) [Swan LP 502 S]

(1960: Al Hirt his Trumpet & Dixieland Orchestra (Production, A & R: Sidney Frey) (LP: Swingin’ Dixie Volume 3: at Dan’s Pier 600 Vol. 3) [Audio Fidelity AFSD 5926]

(1960: Pee Wee Hunt (LP: Pee Wee Hunt’s Dance Party) [Capitol Records ST-1362]

(#11 album-hit voor Ray Charles (Arranged & Conducted by Marty Paich) in 1961 (LP: Dedicated to You) [ABC-Paramount ABC-355]

(#34 album-hit voor Dorothy Provine, The Chorus Girls, The Trio and Pinky and her Playboys als Medley Four: Mountain Greenery/Sweet Georgia Brown in 1961 (LP: The Roaring 20’s) [Warner Bros. Records WS 1394]

(1961: Lester Lanin and his Orch. als Sweet Georgia Brown – Twist [Epic 5-9482] (45 rpm)

(1961: Les McCann (Orchestra under the Direction of Gerald Wilson) (LP: Les McCann Sings) [Pacific Jazz PJS 31]

(1961: Jack Ross (Produced by Norman Malkin); B-kant van (The Original) Happy Jose [Dot 45-16302] (45 rpm)

(1961: Frank Rosolino (LP: Turn Me Loose!) [Reprise R-6016]

(#18 album-hit voor Lester Lanin and His Orchestra als Sweet Georgia Brown – Twist in 1962 (LP: Twistin’ in High Society!) [Epic ‎LN 3825]

(#100 hit voor Carroll Bros. in 1962 [Cameo C-221] (45 rpm)

(1962: Al Caiola (Produced by Herman Diaz, Jr.) (Recorded in RCA Victor’s Studio A, New York City) (LP: The Guitar Style of Al Caiola 5 All-Star Guitars) [RCA Camden ‎CAS-710]

(1962: Bobby Gregg and his Friends [Cotton Records 1006] (45 rpm)

(1963: The Cousins [Parkway Records P-870] (45 rpm)

(1963: Billy Eckstine (Vocal Produced by Quincy Jones) (Arranged by Bobby Tucker) [Mercury 72264] (45 rpm)

(1963: René And His Alligators [Fontana YF 278010] (45 rpm)

(1964: The Beatles With Tony Sheridan [Atco Records 45-6302] (45 rpm) {Amerikaanse persing}

(1964: Freddy Cannon Frank Slay and Orchestra [Swan S-4168-S] (45 rpm)

(1964: The Three Suns (Producer Al Nevins) [RCA Victor SP-45-142] (45 rpm)

(#101 album-hit voor Trini Lopez With The Will Bronson Singers (Arranged by Don Costa) (Produced by Don Costa Prod. Inc.) in 1965 (LP: The Sing-Along World of Trini Lopez) [Reprise Records RS 6183]

(1965: Mr. Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band (LP: Ack’s Back) [Columbia 33SX 1747] (EMI)

(1965: Carmen McRae (Arranged and Conducted by Don Sebesky) (LP: Haven’t We Met?) [Mainstream 56044]

(1965: Flip Phillips (LP: Revisited Flip Phillips) [Sue Records Inc. STLP 1035]

(1966: The Jonah Jones Quartet (LP: “Sweet with a Beat”) [Decca DL 74800]

(#18 album-hit voor Nancy Sinatra (Arranged and Conducted by Billy Strange) in 1967 (LP: Sugar) [Reprise RS 6239]

(1967: Lou Stein With Banjo And Rhythm Section (Honky Tonk Favorites) (LP: Hey Louie! Play Melancholy Baby!) [Musicor Records MS 3057]

(1967: The Viscounts (Produced by Shore Production) (Instrumental) [Coral 62520] (45 rpm)

(1969: The Saloonatics [Bethlehem 45-3096] (45 rpm)

(#190 album-hit voor Jerry Lee Lewis (Produced by Jerry Kennedy) in 1971 (LP: There Must Be More to Love Than This) [Mercury SR-61323]

(1973: Ferrante & Teicher (Produced By: George Butler) (Conducted By: Arnold Eidus) (Musical Co-ordinator: Joe Malin) (Engineer: Frank Kulaga, National Recording Studio) (Mastering: Sol Kessler, Media Sound Studio) (Ferrante & Teicher With Their Orchestra) (Ferrante & Teicher Play Baldwin Pianos) (LP: Roaring 20’s) [United Artists Records ‎UA-LA072-F-0598]

(1974: Ella Fitzgerald (LP: Ella in London) (Recorded at Ronnie Scott’s, London; April 11. 1974) [Pablo Records 2310-711]

(#88 album-hit voor Herb Alpert & The T.J.B. (Herb Alpert – Trumpet / Bob Findley – Trumpet) (Bob Edmondson – Trombone) (Dave Frishberg – Piano) (Steve Schaeffer – Drums) (Papito Hernandez – Bass) (Vince Charles – Percussion, Steel Drums) (Julius Wechter – Marimba, Percussion) (Peter Woodford – Guitar) (Arranged And Produced By Herb Alpert) (Recorded at Goldstar Studios, Hollywood, California) (Engineers: Stan Ross and Larry Levine) (Re-Mix: Herb Alpert and Stan Ross) (Mastering Engineer: Bernie Grundman, A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, California) in 1975 (LP: Coney Island) [A&M Records ‎SP-4521]

(1975: Milt Buckner (LP: Green Onions) [Black & Blue 33.087]

(1976: Vivian Reed (Prod. by Hugo & Luigi) (Arr. by Danny Holgate) [H&L Records HL-4672] (45 rpm)

(1978: Diahann Carroll With The Duke Ellington Orchestra (Under the direction of Mercer Ellington) (LP: A Tribute to Ethel Waters) [Orinda Records ORC 400]

(1978: Sylvia Syms (Produced by Don Sebesky and Dick Duane) (LP: She Loves to Hear the Music) [A&M Records SP-4696]

(1979: Ella and Basie (LP: A Perfect Match) [Pablo Today D2312110]

(1980: Yehudi Menuhin and Stéphane Grappelli (Yehudi Menuhin – violin) (Stephane Grappelli – violin and piano) (John Etheridge and Martin Taylor, guitars) (Lennie Bush, bass) (Laurie Holloway, piano) (Ronnie Verrell, drums) (David Snell, harp) (Erich Gruenberg, Hugh Maguire, Bernard Patridge, Peter Benson, Kevin Duffy, John Sharpe, John Willison, Lionel Bentley, violins) (Kenneth Essex, Alec Taylor, violas) (Francisco Gabarro, Denis Vigay, cellos) (David Cripps, John Rooke, John Pigneguy, James Buck, horns) (Arranged and Conducted by Max Harris) (Recording Producer: John Fraser) (Balance Engineer: Tony Clark) (LP: Strictly for the Birds) [EMI EMD 5533]

(1982: John Eaton (Recorded by Remy David at Jordan-Kitts Recital Hall, Washington, D.C. August, 1982) (LP: What’s New) [Horchow 1983]

(1988: Putte Wickman & Red Mitchell (CD: The Very Thought of You) [Dragon DRCD 161]

(In juli 1925 vindt er op de krijtrotsen van Vauville, nabij Cherbourg, een Experimentele Zweefvlieg Meeting plaats, met deelname van drie Belgische piloten. De zwevers die zij gebruiken worden ontworpen en gebouwd in België. Gebruik makend van de hellingstijgwind vestigt de Belgische majoor André Massaux op 26 juli 1925 een nieuw wereldrecord duurvlucht: 10 uur en 41 minuten, op een zwever genaamd Vivette ontworpen door Poncelet en gebouwd door SABCA.)

1953: Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra and Sally Sweetland – I’m Walking Behind You [RCA Victor 47-5293] (7 weken 1)
I’m Walking Behind You - Eddie Fisher

(vandaag 65 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Billy Reid)

(#7 hit voor Frank Sinatra with Orchestra Conducted by Axel Stordahl (Vocal with Orchestra) in 1953; B-kant van Lean Baby [Capitol F2450] (45 rpm)

(#12 hit in Engeland voor Dorothy Squires (with orchestra accompaniment) {het origineel} in 1953 [Polygon P.1068] (78 rpm)

(1953: Vic Damone (Vocal by Vic Damone) (with Orchestra conducted by David Carroll); B-kant van April in Portugal [Mercury 70128-X45] (45 rpm)

(1953: Homer and Jetho [RCA Victor 47-5372] (45 rpm)

(1953: Gary Miller with Wally Stott and His Orchestra [Philips P.B.115] (78 rpm)

(1953: Donald O’Connor (Vocal with Orchestra Directed by Harold Mooney); B-kant van Crash! [Decca 9-28692] (45 rpm)

(1953: Sy Oliver and Orchestra (Vocal Tony Russo); B-kant van “O” (Oh!) [Bell Record 1010] (78 rpm)

(1953: Ethel Smith (with Rhythm Accompaniment) [Brunswick 05147] (78 rpm) {Engelse persing}

(1956: Dario Moreno avec Michel Legrand et son orchestre (Adapt.:  Marc Lanjean) als Jusqu’au bout du monde (10″ LP: 2ème série) [Philips N 76.041 R]

(1959: Fay DeWitt with Chuck Sagle his orchestra and chorus [Leeds Records 780] (45 rpm)

(1960: Sam Cooke (Orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser) (LP: Hits of the 50’s) [RCA Victor LSP 2236]

(1960: Brad Leeds (with Chorus and Orchestra directed by Milton DeLugg) [Pye 7N.25050] (45 rpm)

(1963: Jimmy Lloyd (with accompaniment directed by Ivor Raymonde) [Philips BF 1251] (45 rpm)

(#7 album-hit voor Eddy Arnold (Produced by Chet Atkins) (Arranged by Bill Walker) (Recorded in RCA Victor’s “Nashville Sound” Studio, Nashville, Tennessee) (Recording Engineers: Jim Malloy and William Vandervort) in 1965 (LP: My World) [RCA Victor LSP 3466]

(1965: Julie Rogers (with accompaniment directed by Johnny Arthey); B-kant van Day by Day [Mercury Records MF 868] (45 rpm)

(1967: Jonathan Cartwright (A Frank Cariola Production) (Arranged by Teacho Wiltshire) [Veep V 1260] (45 rpm)

(1976: Mick Ford (Produced by Henry Hadaway) [Satrill SAT 110] (45 rpm)

1964: The Beach Boys – I Get Around [Capitol Records 5174] (2 weken 1)I Get Around - The Beach Boys

(vandaag 54 jaar geleden)
(Brian Wilson)
(Produced by: Brian Wilson)

(#1 album-hit voor The Beach Boys in 1964 (LP: Beach Boys Concert) [Capitol Records TAO-2198]

(#6 album-hit voor The Beach Boys in 1965 als Medley: I Get Around/Little Deuce Coupe (LP: Beach Boys’ Party!) [Capitol Records DMAS-2398]

(#33 album-hit voor Jan & Dean (Orchestra Arranged by Hal Blaine) (Arranged and Produced by Jan Berry in 1965 (LP: Command Performance/Live in Person) [Liberty LST-7403]

(#8 hit in West-Duitsland voor Laurent Voulzy (Produced and arranged by Laurent Voulzy) (Enregistrement: Casanova Studio) als Rockollection Part I: 1. The Locomotion / 2. A Hard Day’s Night / 3. I Get Around / 4. Gloria / 5. I Can’t Get No Satisfaction in 1977 [RCA Victor PB 8067] (45 rpm)

(#10 album-hit voor The Beach Boys in 1988 op de various artists The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (LP: Good Morning, Vietnam) [A&M Records SP 3913]

1992: Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby Got Back (5 weken 1)
Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot
(vandaag 26 jaar geleden)
(Sir Mix-a-Lot [ = Anthony Ray]
(Programmed, Arranged, Mixed And Engineered By Sir Mix-A-Lot)
(Recording Engineer: Bruce Miller)
(Programming: Ricky Crespo and James Alfano)
(Keyboards: Ricky Crespo and Robey Ganz)
(Vocal Samples by Robey Ganz and Barbie)
(Mix Engineer: Jim “Bonzai” Caruso)
(Recorded and Mixed at Axis Studios, NYC)
(Executive Producer: Rick Rubin)

(#7 album-hit voor Sir Mix-A-Lot in 2000 op de various artists Music from the Motion Picture (CD: Charlie’s Angels) [Columbia CK 61064]

Billboard: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1903: Dan Quinn – There’s A Lot Of Things You Never Learn At School (1 week 3)There’s A Lot Of Things You Never Learn At School
(vandaag 115 jaar geleden)
(Ed Gardenier; Edwin S. Brill)

1908: Harry Macdonough and Elise Stevenson  – Kiss Duet (Sweetest Maid of All) (2 weken 3)
Kiss Duet (Sweetest Maid of All) - Harry Macdonough and Elise Stevenson
(vandaag 110 jaar geleden)
(Joseph W. Herbert; Oscar Strauss)

(Het origineel is van Sophie Brandt & Edward Johnson uit 1908 in Broadway-musical theaterproductie A Waltz Dream)

(#7 hit voor Henry Burr and Elise Wood in 1908 [78-Victor 5463]

1925: Bessie Smith – The St. Louis Blues [Columbia 14064-D] (2 weken 3)The St. Louis Blues - Bessie Smith
(vandaag 93 jaar geleden)
(W.C. Handy)
(Organ and Cornet Accomp.)
(Published ℗ 1914)

(#4 hit voor Prince’s Band (Dance Music) (Under the supervision of G. Hepburn Wilson) {het origineel} in 1916 [Columbia Record A5772] (78 rpm)

(1917: Ciro’s Club Coon Orchestra [78-Columbia 699] (EMI)

(#9 hit voor Al Bernard in 1919 [78-Emerson 9163]

(1919: Lieut. Jim Europe’s 369th U.S. Infantry (“Hell Fighters”) Band [Pathé 22087] (78 rpm)

(1919: Ernest Hare [78-Gennett 4513]

(#1 hit voor Marion Harris (Comedienne) (Orchestra Accompaniment) als The “St. Louis Blues” op 25 september 1920 [Columbia A2944] (78 rpm)

(#3 hit voor Original Dixieland Jazz Band (Vocal Chorus-Al Bernard) als St. Louis Blues op 17 september 1921 [Victor 18772] (78 rpm)

(1921: Al Bernard; B-kant van Beale Street Blues [78-Brunswick 2062]

(1922: Handy’s Memphis Blues Band [78-Paramount 20098]

(#9 hit voor W.C. Handy’s Orchestra in 1923 [78-OKeh 4896]

(1923: Ted Lewis and His Jazz Band als St. Louis Blues [Columbia A3790] (78 rpm)

(1924: Charles Sargent And John Marvin [78-OKeh 40178]

(1925: Jimmy Joy’s St. Anthony Hotel Orchestra (Featuring Jimmy Maloney playing two Clarinets) (Recorded in Dallas, Texas) als St. Louis Blues [OKeh 40539] (78 rpm)

(1925: Eddie Peabody & His Orchestra [78-Banner 1646]

(1926: Bessie Brown [78-Regal 8171]

(1926: Thomas Waller (Pipe Organ Solo) als St. Louis Blues [Victor 20357] (78 rpm)

(1926: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (Orchestra) als St.  Louis Blues; B-kant van Bell Hoppin’ Blues [Victor 20092] (78 rpm)

(1927: The Dixie Stompers (Fletcher Henderson); B-kant van Variety Stomp [Harmony 451-H] (78 rpm)

(1927: Johnny Dodds Trio [78-Brunswick 7016]

(1927: Eddie Peabody and his Banjo als St. Louis Blues; B-kant van Doll Dance [Victor 20698] (78 rpm)

(1927: Willard Robison Orchestra [78-Perfect 12366]

(1928: Gene Austin (Tenor with Orchestra) als St. Louis Blues [Victor 21714] (78 rpm)

(1928: Emmett Miller [78-OKeh 41095]

(1929: Sung by Bessie Smith als St. Louis Blues in de film St. Louis Blues)

(1929: Louisiane Rhythmakers [78-Banner 32701]

(#11 hit voor Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra (with Vocal Refrain) als St. Louis Blues in 1930; B-kant van After You’ve Gone [OKeh 41350] (78 rpm)

(#15 hit voor Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees (Vocal refrain by Rudy Vallée) als St. Louis Blues in 1930; B-kant van Stein Song (University of Maine) [Victor 22321] (78 rpm)

(#16 hit voor Cab Calloway & His Orch. (With Vocal Chorus) als St. Louis Blues in 1930 [Brunswick 4936] (78 rpm)

(1930: Jim Jackson [78-Vocalion 1477]

(1930: The Jungle Band (With Vocal Chorus) [Brunswick 4936] (78 rpm)

(1931: Song als St. Louis Blues in de film Blue Rhythm)

(1931: Eubie Blake & His Orch. [78-Crown 3130]

(#2 hit voor Mills Brothers (Novalty Quartet with Guitar) (No musical instruments or mechanical devices used in this recording other than one guitar) op 23 juli 1932 [Brunswick 6330] (78 rpm)

(1932: Bing Crosby with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra (Vocal with Orchesta) [Brunswick 20105] (78 rpm) of [Columbia 55003] (78 rpm)

(1932: Jack Hylton and his Orchestra (Blues, with Vocal Refrain) (Recorded in England) [Decca 190] (78 rpm)

(1932: Abe Lyman’s California Orchestra; B-kant van 12th Street Rag [78-Brunswick 3316]

(1932: Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra als The Newest St. Louis Blues [78-Columbia 2729-D]

(1932: Song als St. Louis Blues in de film Faithless)

(1933: Played during the opening credits. Sung a cappella by Theresa Harris several times. Played as background music often Theresa Harris als St. Louis Blues in de film Baby Face)

(1933: Joseph Robechaux and his New Orleans Rhythm Boys (Novelty Dance) [Vocalion 2539] (78 rpm)

(1933: Art Tatum (Piano Forte) [Brunswick 6543] (78 rpm)

(1934: Callahan Brothers [78-Melotone 12897] of [78-Conqueror 8274]

(1934: Dorsey Brothers’ Orchestra; B-kant van Milenberg Joys [Decca 119] (78 rpm)

(1934: Cliff Edwards [78-Romeo 2475]

(1934: Jim and Bob (The Genial Hawaiians) [78 Montgomery Ward M-4424]

(1934: Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians [78-Decca 15000]

(1934: Paul Robeson (Bass with orchestra) (Recorded in Europe); B-kant van Wagon Wheels [Victor 24635] (78 rpm)

(1934: Clarence Williams and his Orchestra [78-Vocalion 2676]

(#15 hit voor The Boswell Sisters (Vocal Trio with Orchestra) in 1935; B-kant van Travelling All Alone [Brunswick 7467] (78 rpm)

(1935: Larry Adler (The Mouth Organ Virtuoso) (With Orchestra) [Regal Zonophone MR 1883] (78 rpm)

(1935: Milton Brown And His Brownies (Swing Band with Singing) [Decca 5070] (78 rpm)

(1935: Stephane Grappelly And His Hot Four (Featuring Django Rheinhardt–guitar) [78-Decca F. 5824]

(1935: Ray Noble and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Al Bowlly) [Victor 25082] (78 rpm)

(1935: Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys (Novelty Hot Dance with Singing) [Vocalion 03076] (78 rpm)

(#20 hit voor Benny Goodman and his Orchestra (featuring Benny Goodman, Clarinet–Hermie Schertzer, Arthur Rollini, William De Pew, Dick Clark, Saxophones–S. Ballard, Murray McEachern, Trombones–Jess Stacey, Piano–Harry Goodman, Bass–Allan Ruess, Guitar–Gene Krupa, Drums) in 1936 [Victor 25411] (78 rpm)

(1936: Walter Brennan, Theresa Harris with the Hall Johnson Choir in de film Banjo on My Knee)

(1936: Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots in Drumnasticks als St. Louis Blues [Decca 953] (78 rpm)

(1936: Joe Haymes and his Orchestra [78-Vocalion 3369]

(1936: Lew Stone And His Band [Decca F.5783] (78 rpm)

(1937: Django Reinhardt (Solo de Guitare) (Acc. par Louis Gasté (Guitare) & Eugène D’Hellemmes (Contrebasse) als Saint-Louis Blues [Swing SW. 7] (78 rpm)

(1938: Mildred Bailey & Her Orchestra [78-Vocalion 4801]

(1938: Maxine Sullivan with Claude Thornhill and Orch. als St. Louis Blues; B-kant van L’amour, toujours, l’amour [Victor 25895] (78 rpm)

(1938: Played Briefly in the score als St. Louis Blues in de film Sweethearts)

(#11 hit voor Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canandians (Vocal Chorus by Ensemble) in 1939 [Decca 2478] (78 rpm)

(1939: Judy Canova [78-Varsity 8094]
(1940: Billie Holiday (Orchestra under direction of Benny Carter) [OKeh 6064] (78 rpm) of [Columbia 30229] (78 rpm)

(1940: Kay Kyser and his Orchestra [78-Columbia 35563]

(1941: Fred Böhler and His Band; B-kant van Watching the Day Fade Away [78-Columbia ZZ 1019] {uit Zwitserland}

(1942: Art Hodes (Piano Solo); B-kant van Art’s Boogie [Black & White 2] (78 rpm)

(#18 hit voor Cab Calloway & His Orch. (With Vocal Chorus) in 1943 [Brunswick 4936] (78 rpm) (Heruitgave van de 1930 song)

(1943: Harry Parry And His Radio Sextet (Vocalist: Rita Marlowe) [Parlophone R 2879] (78 rpm)

(1944: Miff Mole and his Nicksieland Band (Miff Mole, Trombone; Bobby Hackett, Trumpet; Pee Wee Russell, Clarinet; Ernie Caceres, Baritone Sax; Eddie Condon, Guitar; Gene Schroeder, Piano; Bob Casey, Bass Joe Grauso, Drums); B-kant van Peg O’ My Heart [Commodore 1518] (78 rpm)

(1944: Mary Lou Williams (10″ LP: Mary Lou Williams) [Asch A 450]

(1945: Maurice Rocco And His Rockin’ Rhythm With Cozy Cole And Billy Taylor (Piano With Vocal); B-kant van Begin the Beguine [Guild 102] (78 rpm)

(1946: Don Byas Quartet; B-kant van September Song [78-Savoy 626]

(1946: Pearl Bailey (Orchestra under the direction of Mitchell Ayres) [Columbia 37570] (78 rpm)

(1946: Louis Prima And His Orchestra; B-kant van It Takes a Long, Tall Brown Skin Gal [Majestic 1037] (78 rpm)

(1946: Kay Starr and the Lantern Five [78-Lamplighter 109]

(1947: Albert Ammons And His Rhythm Kings (Instrumental) [Mercury 8053] (78 rpm)

(1947: Delta Rhythm Boys (LP: Dry Bones) [RCA Victor P 193] [RCA Victor 20-2462-A] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1947: Vic Dickenson Septet [78-Supreme 103]

(1947: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Marian Cox) (LP: Duke Ellington Plays the Blues) [Victor P 182] [Victor 20-2327] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1947: Dinah Shore (Orchestra under the direction of Sonny Burke) [Columbia 37854] (78 rpm)

(1948: Tex Beneke and his Orchestra als St. Louis Blues March [RCA Victor 20-2722] (78 rpm)

(1949: Bill Coleman [78-Swing SW. 302]

(#5 album-hit voor Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians in 1950 (LP: Silver Jubilee 1925-1950) [Decca DL 5235]

(1950: Danny Kaye with Vic Schoen And His Orchestra (Vocal With Orchestra) [Decca 9-24401] (45 rpm)

(1950: Erskine Hawkins and his Orchestra [78-RCA Victor 20-3666]

(#2 album-hit voor Glenn Miller and his Orchestra als St. Louis Blues in 1951 (LP: Glenn Miller Concert, Volume 1) [RCA Victor ‎WPT 25] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1951: Ralph Flanagan (orchestra cond. by Ralph Flanagan) als A Tribute to Glenn Miller “St. Louis Blues” [Rainbow Records 30404] (78 rpm)

(1951: Jerry Gray And His Orchestra (Instrumental) als St. Louis Blues [Decca 9-27866] [Album No. 9-286] (8 Sides–1) (45 rpm)

(1951: Eddie Heywood [45-Columbia 39317]

(#1 album-hit voor Benny Goodman And His Orchestra in 1952 (LP: 1937/38 Jazz Concert No. 2) [Columbia Masterworks SL-180]

(#2 album-hit voor Les Paul – Mary Ford als St. Louis Blues in 1952 (10″ LP: Bye Bye Blues!) [Capitol H-356]

(#6 album-hit voor Jerry Gray and His Orchestra als St. Louis Blues in 1952 (LP: A Tribute to Glenn Miller) [Decca 9-286] (45 rpm Box Set)

(#10 album-hit voor Clyde McCoy His Trumpet and Orchestra als St. Louis Blues in 1952 (10″ LP: Clyde McCoy’s Sugar Blues) [Capitol H-311]

(1952: Pee Wee Russell; B-kant van The Lady Is a Tramp [45-Savoy XP 8073]

(#24 hit voor Billy Eckstine with The Metronome All Stars (Roy Eldridge, Trump.; Kai Winding, Tromb.; John La Porta, Clar.; Lester Young, Sax.; Warne Marsh, Sax.; Teddy Wilson, Piano; Billy Bauer, Guitar; Eddie Safranski, Bass; Max Roach, Drums; Terry Gibbs, Vibes) als St. Louis Blues – Part I in 1953 [MGM K11753] (45 rpm)

(#1 album-hit voor Glenn Miller and his Orchestra als St. Louis Blues in 1954 (10″ LP: Glenn Miller Plays Selections from the Film “The Glenn Miller Story”) [RCA Victor ‎LPT 3057]

(#1 album-hit voor Glenn Miller als St. Louis Blues-March in 1954 (10″ LP: The Glenn Miller Story) [Decca ‎DL 5519]

(#4 album-hit voor Glenn Miller And His Orchestra in 1954 (LP: Glenn Miller – Limited Edition, Volume Two) [RCA Victor LPT 6701]

(1954: Hazy Osterwald und sein Sextett als St. Louis Blues (10″ LP: The Hazy Osterwald Show) [Grammoclub Ex Libris GC 603]

(1955: Raymond Burke And His New Orleans Jazz (Vocal by Thomas Jefferson) (LP: Raymond Burke and His New Orleans Jazz) [Southland Records LP-209]

(1955: Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & his Orch. [Columbia 4-40538] (45 rpm)

(1956: The Conley Graves Trio (Piano with Rhythm Accompaniment) als St. Louis Blues [Decca 9-29780] (45 rpm)

(1956: Big Joe Turner (LP: The Boss of the Blues: Joe Turner Sings Kansas City Jazz) [Atlantic SD 1234]

(#24 album-hit voor The Dave Brubeck Quartet als St. Louis Blues in 1957 (LP: Jazz Goes to Junior College) [Columbia ‎CL 1034]

(1957: Gene Austin als St. Louis Blues (LP: Gene Austin Sings All-Time Favorites) [ViK LX 998]

(1957: LaVern Baker (with Billy Sebastian Orch. & Chorus) [Atlantic 45-1163] (45 rpm)

(1957: Carol Bruce (Vocals & Orch.) als St. Louis Blues (LP: Carol Bruce Sings) [Tops L1574]

(1957: Meade “Lux” Lewis (LP: Barrel House Piano) [Tops L 1533]

(1957: Billy Ward And His Dominoes (Vocal By Billy Ward And His Dominoes) [Federal 45-12301] (45 rpm)

(1957: Billy Ward and the Dominoes (LP: Billy Ward and The Dominoes) [Decca DL 8621]

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

(#17 album-hit voor Lester Lanin And His Orchestra als Medley: St. Louis Blues / The Music Goes ‘Round and ‘Round / Rhode Island Is Famous for You / Way Down Yonder in New Orleans in 1958 (LP: Lester Lanin at the Tiffany Ball) [Epic LN 3410]

(#18 album-hit voor Nat ‘King’ Cole als St. Louis Blues in 1958 (LP: St. Louis Blues) [Capitol SW 993]

(1958: Performed by Nat ‘King’ Cole and Pearl Bailey. Later sung by Eartha Kitt, then Nat ‘King’ Cole, with orchestra conducted on-screen by C. Bakaleinikoff als Saint Louis Blues in de film St. Louis Blues)

(1958: Jackie Cooper And His Combo (LP: The Movies Swing!) [Dot DLP 25,146]

(1958: Luckey Roberts (Honky Tonk Piano with Ensemble) (LP: Happy Go “Lucky”) [Period PRST 1929]

(#9 album-hit voor Roger Williams (With Orchestra and Chorus Directed by Hal Kanner) als St. Louis Blues in 1959 (LP: Near You) [Kapp KL 1112]

(#17 album-hit voor Perry Como (arr.: Joe Lipman–Jack Andrews) (with Mitchell Ayres and his Orch.) in 1959 (LP: Como Swings) [RCA Victor LSP 2010]

(1959: Ray B. Anthony; B-kant van Alice Blue Gown [Sun 333] (45 rpm)

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

(1959: Armand Hug (LP: Armand Hug Plays Rags and Blues) [Golden Crest CR 3064]

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

(1959: Bernie Leighton at the Piano (LP: Dizzy Fingers) [Cameo SLP 1005]

(1959: River Boat Five (LP: From Natchez to Mobile) [Mercury Records SR 60030]

(#18 album-hit voor Duane Eddy His “Twangy” Guitar And The Rebels (℗ 1959) in 1960 (LP: The “Twangs” the “Thang”) [Jamie JLP 70-3009]

(1960: Freddy Cannon (Producers: Frank C. Slay, Jr. and Bob Crewe) (Arrangements: Frank C. Slay, Jr., Bob Crewe and Sid Bas) (Recording Engineer: George Schowerer) (LP: The Explosive! Freddy Cannon) [Swan LP 502 S]

(1960: Helen Humes (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Paich) (LP: Songs I Like to Sing!) [Contemporary S7582]

(1960: Charlie Shavers (LP: Charlie Digs Dixie) [MGM SE 3809]

(1960: Jess Stacy (LP: The Return of Jess Stacy) [Hanover HM 8010]

(1960: Lou Stein (LP: Saloon Favorites) [Mercury Records SR-60022]

(#32 album-hit voor Peter Nero (Orchestra conducted by Marty Gold) in 1961 (LP: New Piano in Town) [RCA Victor LSP 2383]

(#110 Bubbling Under Hot-hit voor The Cousins (Produced by Joe Stamile) in 1961 [Parkway P-823] (45 rpm)

(#44 album-hit voor Ace Cannon And His Alto Sax (Supervision: Joe Cuoghi) (Arranger & Producer: Carl McVoy) in 1962 (LP: “Tuff”-Sax) [Hi Records ‎SHL 32007]

(1962: Henry “Red” Allen (LP: Mr. Allen) [Swingville SV 2034]

(1962: Marv Jenkins (LP: A Tribute to My People) [Reprise R9-6013]

(1962: Doc Severinsen (LP: The Big Band’s Back in Town) [Command 837-S.D.]

(1962: The Si Zentner Orchestra & The Johnny Mann Singers (LP: Great Bands with Great Voices) [Liberty LSS-14009]

(#10 album-hit voor Bobby Vinton (Arranged and Conducted by Burt Bacharach) in 1963 (LP: Blue Velvet) [Epic BN 26068]

(#37 album-hit voor Dave Brubeck Quartet als St. Louis Blues in 1963 (LP: The Dave Brubeck Quartet at Carnegie Hall) [Columbia ‎C2S 826]

(1963: Alice Babs; B-kant van After You’ve Gone [Fontana TF 409] (45 rpm) {Engelse persing}

(1963: The Jackie Davis Quartet (LP: Easy Does It) [Warner Bros. Records WS 1492]

(1963: Helen Shapiro (Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra) als St. Louis Blues (EP: A Teenager Sings the Blues) [Columbia ESG 7880] (EMI) (45 rpm) (3-track EP)

(#12 album-hit voor The Incredible Jimmy Smith als St. Louis Blues in 1964 (LP: The Cat) [Verve Records ‎V6-8587]

(1964: Jack La Forge His Piano and Orchestra ‎als St. Louis Blues (LP: Comin’ Home Baby) [Regina Record Company ‎LPR 309]

(1964: Claude Luter & son orchestre (LP: Jazz Nouvelle-Orleans) [Mode Disques MDINT 9180]

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

(1965: Pete Fountain And His Guest Stars (Recorded “Live” at Pete Fountain’s French Quarter Inn, New Orleans) als Ramblin’ Medley:  A. Oh, Didn’t He Ramble B. St. Louis Blues C. Comin’ Round the Mountain D. Tiger Rag (LP: Standing Room Only) [Coral CRL 757474]

(1966: Bobby Byrne (Starring Tony Mottola, Dick Hyman, Doc Severinsen, Bob Haggart) and an All-Star Orchestra directed by Bobby Byrne) (LP: The Discotheque Dance Album) [Command RS 892 SD]

(#192 album-hit voor Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops in 1969 (LP: Glenn Miller’s Biggest Hits) [RCA Victor LSC-3064]

(1972: Little Brother Montgomery (with Jan Montgomery) (LP: Home Again – Chicago, 1972) [Saydisc/Matchbox SDM 223]

(1974: Michel Legrand (Arr., Cond. and Musically Designed by Michel Legrand) (LP: Twenty Songs of the Century) [Bell 4200]

(1977: Hank Marvin (LP: The Hank Marvin Guitar Syndicate) [EMI Records EMC 3215]

(1977: Ralph Sutton Quartet (LP: Ralph Sutton Quartet) [Storyville SLP 275]

(1978: Diahann Carroll With The Duke Ellington Orchestra (Under the direction of Mercer Ellington) (LP: A Tribute to Ethel Waters) [Orinda Records ORC 400]

(1978: Big Tiny Little (LP: Piano Memories) [GNP Crescendo GNPS 2120]

(1979: Ella and Basie (LP: A Perfect Match) [Pablo Today D2312110]

1931: Bert Lown and His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra – I “Wanna” Sing About You [Victor 22689] (1 week 3)
I Wanna Sing About You - Bert Lown
(vandaag 87 jaar geleden)
(Cliff Friend; Dave Dreyer)
(Vocal refrain by male trio)

(B-kant van Now You’re in My Arms)

1937: Bing Crosby – The Moon Got In My Eyes Decca 1375] (4 weken 1)The Moon Got In My Eyes - Bing Crosby
(vandaag 81 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: John Burke /Muziek: Arthur Johnston)
(With Orchestra Under The Direction of John Scott Trotter)
(Vocal with Orchestra)

(Uit de film Double or Nothing met in de hoofdrollen Bing Crosby & Martha Raye, ging op 1 september 1937 in New York City in première en draait vanaf 17 september 1937 in heel Amerika)

(#11 hit voor Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Bob Goday) in 1937 [Bluebird B-7099]

(1937: Hal Kemp and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Bob Allen) [Victor 25624] (78 rpm)

(1960: Jackie Ray (with Orchestra directed by Gordon Franks); B-kant van Summer Place [45-Fontana 267099 TF]

(#34 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra in 1966 (LP: Moonlight Sinatra) [Reprise FS 1018]

1954: Rosemary Clooney with Buddy Cole & his Orchestra – Hey There [Columbia 4-40266] (3 weken 1)
Hey There - Rosemary Clooney

(vandaag 64 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Richard Alder; Jerry Rose)

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

(Het origineel is van John Raitt in de Broadway-musical-theaterproductie The Pajama Game, ging op 13 mei 1954 in St. James Theatre, NY in première. Na 1063 keer is op 24 november 1956 de laatste voorstelling)

(#16 hit voor Sammy Davis, Jr. (Vocal With Orchestra Directed By Sy Oliver) {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} in 1954 [Decca 9-29199] (45 rpm)

(#1 album-hit voor Sammy Davis, Jr. in 1955 (LP: Starring Sammy Davis, Jr.) [Decca ‎DL 8118]

(1955: Rita Williams with Jacques Leroy and his Orchestra [Embassy WB. 147] (78 rpm)

(#6 album-hit voor Roger Williams in 1957 (LP: Songs of the Fabulous Fifties) [Kapp KXL-5000]

(#9 album-hit voor John Raitt in 1957 op de Doris Day, John Raitt, Eddie Foy, Jr., Carol Haney Original Motion Picture Sound Track (LP: The Pajama Game) [Columbia Masterworks ‎OL 5210]

(#17 hit in Engeland voor Liza Roza with Bob Sharples And His Music in 1955 [Decca 45-F.10611] (45 rpm)

(#5 album-hit voor Mantovani And His Orchestra in 1958 (LP: Gems Forever) [London LL.3032]

(#7 album-hit voor The Jonah Jones Quartet in 1958 (LP: Swingin’ on Broadway) [Capitol Records ‎ST-963]

(#12 album-hit voor Lester Lanin And His Orchestra als Medley: Hey There/Standing on the Corner/Big “D”/Over the Rainbow in 1958 (LP: Have Band, Will Travel) [Epic ‎LN 3520]

(#11 album-hit voor Peggy Lee in 1960 (LP: Latin ala Lee!) [Capitol Records ‎T-1290]

1964: Millie Small (The Blue Beat Girl) – My Boy Lollipop [Smash S-1893] (1 week 2)

(vandaag 54 jaar geleden)
(Johnny Roberts; Robert Spencer)
(With accompaniment directed by Ernest Raglin)

(1956: Barbie Gaye (Het origineel) [Darl R-1002] (45 rpm)

(1964: Heidi Bachert (Adapt.: Kurt Hertha) (Orchester Pater Laine) als My Boy Lollipop [Polydor NH 52 348] (45 rpm) (Duitse versie)

(1964: Joan Baxter with Gerry Glenn & His Orchestra; B-kant van Don’t Throw Your Love Away van The Typhoons [Embassy WB 629] (45 rpm)

(1964: Teresa Brewer (Arranged And Conducted By Alan Lorber) (LP: Golden Hits of 1964) [Philips PHS-600-147]

(1964: Les Gam’s avec Jacques Denjean et son orchestre (Adapt.: Franck Gérald) als My Boy Lollipop « C’est toi mon idole » (EP: Oh! wow wow wee) [Mercury Records 152.018 MCE] (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(1964: Marty Gold and His Orchestra (LP: In a Young Mood) [RCA Victor LSP-2942]

(1964: Donna Hightower (Adapt.: Franck Gérald) als C’est toi mon idole (My Boy Lollipop) [Delta DS 1090] (45 rpm) (Franse versie)

(1964: Les Mitoufle (Accompagnées par Christian Chevallier et son orchestra) (Direction musicale: Pierre Spiers) als C’est toi mon idole (My boy lollipop) (EP: C’est toi mon idole) [Bel Air 211181] (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(1976: Jonathan King (Arranged by Johnny Arthey) (Producer by Jonathan King) (LP: J.K. All the Way) [UK Records UKAL 1024]

(1981: Mini★Pops (Thanks to all the ‘Mini Pops’: Joanna, Abby, Andrew, Jonas, Catty, Nicky, Stephen, Jason, Robert, Masha, Nathan, Rebecca, Anne-Marie, Arron, Joanna, Fleur, Lucy, Dorenti, Angus, Anna, Carlton, Andrea, Adamo and Elizabeth) (Produced by The Daddy Pops) als Medley: Japanese Boy / Nine to Five / My Boy Lollipop / Japanese Boy (LP: MiniPops) [K-Tel ‎ONE 1102]

(#9 hit in Groot-Brittannië voor Bad Manners (Producer: Roger Lomas) als My Girl Lollipop (My Boy Lollipop) in 1982 [Magnet MAG 232] (45 rpm)

1981: George Harrison – All Those Years Ago [Dark Horse Records DRC4975] (3 weken 2)
All Those Years Ago - George Harrison
(vandaag 36 jaar geleden)
(George Harrison)
(Produced By George Harrison & Ray Cooper)
(Engineered By Phil McDonald)

Adult Standards/Timeless Classics

1942: Glenn Miller and his Orchestra – American Patrol [Victor 27873]American Patrol - Glenn Miller

(vandaag 75 jaar geleden)
(F.W. Meacham; Arr. by Jerry Gray)

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

(#19 hit in US Billboard Pop Charts)

Billboard Easy Listening chart:

1981: George Harrison – All Those Years Ago [Dark Horse Records DRC4975] (1 week 1)
(vandaag 37 jaar geleden)
(George Harrison)
(Produced By George Harrison & Ray Cooper)
(Engineered By Phil McDonald)

(#2 hit in de Hot 100 op 4 juli 1981)

1987: Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) [Arista AS1-9598] (3 weken 1)
I Wanna Dance With Somebody - Whitney Houston

(vandaag 31 jaar geleden)
(George Merrill; Shannon Rubican)
(Produced By Narada Michael Walden)
(Executive Producer: Clive Davis)

(#1 hit in de Hot 100 op 27 juni 1987)

(#25 pop-hit voor Whitney Houston in 2012 (Heruitgave van de 1987 song)

Billboard Easy Listening: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1970: Andy Williams – One Day Of Your Life [Columbia 4-45175] (2 weken 2)One Day Of Your Life - Andy Williams
(vandaag 48 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Neil Sedaka; Howard Greenfield)
(Arranged & Conducted by Al Capps)
(Produced by Dick Glasser)

(#77 hit in de Hot 100 op 11 juli 1970)

Billboard Country & Western chart:

1970: Tammy Wynette – He Loves Me All The Way [Epic 5-10612] (3 weken 1)
He Loves Me All The Way - Tammy Wynette
(vandaag 48 jaar geleden)
(Norro Wilson; Carmol Taylor; Billy Sherrill)
(Produced by Billy Sherrill)

(#97 hit in de Hot 100 op 20 juni 1970)

1976: Joe Stampley – All These Things [ABC Dot Records DOA-17624] (1 week 1)All These Things - Joe Stampley
(vandaag 42 jaar geleden)
(Naomi Neville)
(Produced By Norro Wilson)

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

(1962: Art Neville {Radio Breakout Hit} in 1962 [Instant Records 3246] (45 rpm)

(#97 pop-hit voor The Uniques in 1966 [Paula Records 238] (45 rpm)

(#112 Bubbling Under Hot 100-hit voor The Uniques in 1970 [Paula Records P 332] (45 rpm) (Heruitgave van de 1966 song)

(#62 C&W-hit voor Joe Stampley (Produced by Ray Baker) in 1981 [Epic 14-02533] (45 rpm) (Nieuwe opname)

1981: Barbara Mandrell – I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool [MCA Records MCA-51107] (1 week 1)
I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool - Barbara Mandrell
(vandaag 37 jaar geleden)
(Kye Fleming; Dennis Morgan)
(Produced by Tom Collins)

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

1987: Earl Thomas Conley – That Was A Close One [RCA 5129-7-R] (1 week 1)That Was A Close One - Earl Thomas Conley
(vandaag 31 jaar geleden)
(Robert Byrne)
(Produced By Nelson Larkin And Earl Thomas Conley)
(Published ℗ 1986)

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

1992: Wynonna Judd – I Saw The Light [Curb/MCA MCAS7-54407] (3 weken 1)I Saw The Light - Wynonna Judd
(vandaag 26 jaar geleden)
(Lisa Angelle; Andrew Gold)
(Produced By Tony Brown)
(Associate Producer: Don Potter)

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

Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart:

1953: B.B. King And His Orchestra – Please Love Me [RPM Records 386] (3 weken 1)
Please Love Me - B.B. King
(vandaag 65 jaar geleden)
(Riley King; Jules Taub)
(Vocal B.B. King)

(1977: Otis Rush (LP: Lost in the Blues) [Alligator Records AL 4797]

1987: Stephanie Mills – I Feel Good All Over [MCA Records MCA-53056] (3 weken 1)
I Feel Good All Over - Stephanie Mills
(vandaag 31 jaar geleden)
(Gabriel Hardeman; Annette Hardeman)
(Produced By Nick Martinelli)
(Executive Producers: Stephanie Mills And Cassandra Mills)

1992: Lionel Richie – Do It To Me (LP Version) [Motown 374632160-7] (1 week 1)
Do It To Me - Lionel Richie

(vandaag 26 jaar geleden
(Lionel Richie)
(Produced By Stewart Levine And Lionel Richie)

(#21 hit in de Hot 100 op 27 juni 1992)


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)



1953: Ethel Merman and Dick Haymes with Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra and Chorus – You’re Just In Love (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 65 jaar geleden)
(Irving Berlin)
(Vocal with Orchestra and Chorus)

(#30 hit in de US Pop Singles Charts op 7 april 1951)

(Het origineel is van Ethel Merman & Russell Nype in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Call Me Madam, ging op 12 oktober 1950 in Imperial Theatre, NY in première. Na 644 keer is op 3 mei 1952 de laatste voorstelling)

ex aequo:

1953: Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and his Orchestra – (I Wonder Why) You’re Just In Love (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 65 jaar geleden)
(Irving Berlin)

(#5 hit in de US Pop Singles Charts op 10 februari 1951)

(Het origineel is van Ethel Merman & Russell Nype in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Call Me Madam, ging op 12 oktober 1950 in Imperial Theatre, NY in première. Na 644 keer is op 3 mei 1952 de laatste voorstelling)

1964: The Beatles – “Requests” The Beatles:  Long Tall Sally / Boys / I Call Your Name [Parlophone GEPO-70013] (EP) (1 week 1)
(vandaag 54 jaar geleden)
(Enotris Johnson; Richard Penniman; Robert Blackwell / Luther Dixon; Wes Farrell / John Lennon; Paul McCartney)

1977: Dr. Hook – Walk Right In [Capitol CP-11432] (5 weken 1)
(vandaag 41 jaar geleden)
(Gus Cannon; Hosea Woods)
(Produced by Ron Haffkine)

(#46 hit in de US Hot 100 op 6 augustus 1977)

(Het origineel is van Cannon’s Jug Stompers (Jug Band with singing) uit 1929; B-kant van Noah’s Blues [Victor V-38611] (78 rpm)

(#1 hit in Amerika voor The Rooftop Singers {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} op 26 januari 1963 [Vanguard VRS-35017] (45 rpm)

(#109 Bubbling Under Hot 100-hit in Amerika voor Yvonne Elliman (Produced by Steve Cropper) (℗ 1975) in 1976 [RSO SO-517] (45 rpm)

2004: Britney Spears – Everytime  (1 week 1)
(vandaag 14 jaar geleden)
(Britney Spears; Annette Stamatelatos)
(Produced by Guy Sigsworth)
(Recorded at Conway Studios, Los Angeles, CA)
(Mixed at Frou frou Central, London)
(All Instruments Performed by Guy Sigsworth)
(Engineered, Edited and Mixed by Sean McGhee)
(Assistant Engineer: Seth Waldmann)
(Mastered by Tom Coyne at Sterling Sound, NYC)

(#15 hit in de US Hot 100 op 3 juli 2004)

2011: Cobra Starship featuring Sabi – You Make Me Feel… (1 week 1)
(vandaag 7 jaar geleden)
(Steve Mac; Ina Wroldsen)

(#7 hit in de US Hot 100 op 1 oktober 2011)


Australia charts sourced from Wikipedia


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