23 juli

Today’s Number 1 Hits of the USA (1890-2016), including the charts of Australia and New Zealand
NOUVEAU: Numéros 1 et records du Top Singles français (1955-2016) (en construction)

De nummer 1-hits van 23 juli

Best Selling Singles/Billboard Hot 100:

1904: Billy Murray – Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis [Edison Gold Moulded Record 8722] (9 weken 1)
Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis

(vandaag 114 jaar geleden)
(Words by Andrew B. Sterling / Music by Kerry Mills)
(wax cylinder)

(#2 hit voor S.H. Dudley (Comic Song) (with orchestra accompaniment) als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis op 13 augustus 1904 [Monarch Record 2807] (78 rpm)

(#3 hit voor J.W. Myers (Baritone Solo) als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis op 17 september 1904 [Columbia Phonograph Co. 1848] (78 rpm)

(#3 hit voor Arthur Pryor’s Band (Military Band) als Meet Me in St. Louis Medley op 10 december 1904 [Monarch Record 2960] (78 rpm)

(#13 hit voor Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians (Vocal Chorus by The Lombardo Quartet) als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis in 1944; B-kant van The Very Thought of You [Decca 18626] (78 rpm)

(#22 hit voor Judy Garland With Georgie Stoll And His Orchestra (Vocal with Chorus and Orchestra) als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis in 1944 [Decca 23360] Featured in de film Meet Me in St. Louis)

(1944: Performed by Judy Garland and Lucille Bremer. Played during the opening credits, hummed, whistled, various times throughout and at the end in de film Meet Me in St. Louis)

(#2 album-hit voor Judy Garland With Georgie Stoll And His Orchestra (Vocal with Chorus and Orchestra) (℗ 1944) in 1945 (LP: Meet Me in St. Louis) [Decca Album No. A-380] (6 Sides–1] [Decca 23360 A] (78 rpm Box Set)

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

(#5 album-hit voor Mitch Miller And The Gang als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis/Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home in 1960 (LP: Memories Sing Along with Mitch) [Columbia CS 8342]

(#8 album-hit voor Mantovani And His Orchestra in 1962 (LP: American Waltzes) [London PS 248]

(#101 album-hit voor Freddy Cannon with Frank Slay And His Orchestra in 1962 (LP: Freddy Cannon at Palisades Park) [Swan Records LP 507]

1977: Barry Manilow – Looks Like We Made It [Arista AS 0244] (1 week 1)
Looks Like We Made It - Barry Manilow

(vandaag 41 jaar geleden)
(Music by Richard Kerr / Words by Will Jennings)
(Produced By Ron Dante And Barry Manilow)
(Published ℗ 1976)
{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado}

(1977: Facts of Life (LP: Sometimes) [Kayvette Records 802]

1988: Richard Marx – Hold On To The Nights (LP Edit) [EMI Manhattan B-50106] (1 week 1)
Hold On To The Nights - Richard Marx

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Richard Marx)
(Produced by Richard Marx & David Cole)
(Re-mixed by David Cole)

Billboard: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1898: Len Spencer – All I Wants Is My Chickens [Columbia Phonograph Company 7236] (2 weken 2)
All I Wants Is My Chickens
(vandaag 120 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Deas and Wilson)
(wax cylinder)

 1898: Cal Stewart – Uncle Josh On An Street Car (1 week 3)
(vandaag 120 jaar geleden)

(1908: Cal Stewart (Rural Comedy) [Victor 16227] (78 rpm)

1904: Albert Campbell & James F. Harrison – You’re The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline [Edison Gold Moulded 8677] (3 weken 2)
You’re The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline  You’re The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline 2

(vandaag 114 jaar geleden)
(Words by Richard H. Gerard / Music by Harry Armstrong)

(#1 hit voor Bieling & Dudley with Haydn Quartet (Duet And Quartet) als Sweet Adeline (You’re the Flower of My Heart) op 29 oktober 1904 [Monarch Record 2934] (78 rpm)

(#1 hit voor Columbia Male Quartet op 24 december 1904 [Columbia Phonograph Company 32584] (wax cylinder)

(#10 hit voor The Mills Brothers (Vocal with Guitar) als Sweet Adeline in 1939 [Decca 2285] (78 rpm)

(#3 album-hit voor Mills Brothers (Vocal With Guitar) als Sweet Adeline in 1946 (LP: Famous Barber Shop Ballads, Volume One) [Decca Album No. A-476] (10 Sides–2) [Decca 23623 B] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#4 album-hit voor Mitch Miller And The Gang als Medley: Sweet Adeline / Let Me Call You Sweetheart in 1958 (LP: More Sing Along with Mitch) [Columbia ‎CS 8043]

(1969: Arthur Fiedler Boston Pops (Arr.: Peter Bodge) (Produced by Peter Dellheim) (Recording Engineer: Bernard Keville) als Song Fest: Pack Up Your Troubles / Smiles/Till We Meet Again / In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree / My Wild Irish Rose /Take Me Out to the Ball Game / Sweet Adeline / Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet / There Is a Tavern in the Town / Maine Stein Song / Let Me Call You Sweetheart (LP: Those Were the Days – 42 All-Time Favorites) [RCA Red Seal ‎LSC 3261]

1910: Billy Murray – Casey Jones [Edison Amberol Record 450] (1 week 3)Casey Jones

(vandaag 108 jaar geleden)
(Words by T. Lawrence Seibert / Music by Eddie Newton)
(wax cylinder)

(#1 hit voor Billy Murray and American Quartet (Tenor with Male Quartet) (orchestra accompaniment) {het origineel} op 25 juni 1910 [Victor 16483] (78 rpm)

(#5 hit voor Collins and Harlan (Baritone and Tenor Duet) (Orchestra Accompaniment) in 1910 [Columbia Record A907] (78 rpm)

(1910: The Leighton Brothers sang a version of Casey Jones in various theatres of the country, adding a chorus)

(1923: Fiddlin’ John Carson (Fiddling Solo) (Vocal Chorus) [OKeh 40038] (78 rpm)

(1924: Riley Puckett (Solo Guitar Accomp.) [Columbia 113-D] (78 rpm)

(1927: Gid Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett and Clayton McMichen [Columbia 15237-D] (78 rpm)

(1927: Wilmer Watts and The Lonely Eagles als Knocking Down Casey Jones) [78-Paramount 3210]

(1928: The Harrison Quartette (Instrumental Acc.); B-kant van Steamboat Bill [Gennett 6670] (78 rpm)

(1928: Furry Lewis (Singing with guitar) als Kassie Jones-Part 1 [Victor 21664] (78 rpm)

(1928: Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers (Instrumental) (With Vocal) als Katy on Time [OKeh 45230] (78 rpm)

(1932: The Two Bobs (Comedians) (With Orchestra) [Columbia Rena Records 1932] (78 rpm)

(1954: Ken Colyer’s Skiffle Group (10” LP: Back to the Delta – A New Orleans Encore) [Decca LB.1089]

(1954: Burl Ives And Gordon Jenkins And His Chorus And Orchestra (Vocal With Chorus And Orchestra) [Decca 9-29129] (45 rpm)

(1956: Ken Colyer Jazzman (Vocal – Ken Colyer) [London 45-1674] (45 rpm)

(#15 C&W-hit voor Eddy Arnold als Casey Jones (The Brave Engineer) in 1956 [RCA Victor 47-6601] (45 rpm)

(1956: Pete Seeger (LP: American Industrial Ballads) [Folkways Records FH 5251]

(1956: Sidney Bechet With Claude Luter And His Orchestra [Vogue 45/V 2374] (45 rpm) {Engelse persing}

(1963: Johnny Cash with the Carter Family (LP: Blood, Sweat And Tears) [Columbia CL 8730]

(1963: The Tarriers (Vocal with Rhythm Accompaniment) [Decca 31470] (45 rpm)

1921: Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra – Mazie – Medley Introducing: “If You Go Away” [Columbia ‎A3393] (1 week 3)

(vandaag 97 jaar geleden)
(Lew Gold – Sid Caine – Eli Dawson Irving Aaronson – Ban Bernice – Alfred Lentz)
(Dance Music)

(#14 hit voor Green Bros. Novelty Band in 1921 [Gennett 4671] (78 pm)

1927: Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra – Hallelujah! [Victor 20599] (2 weken 3)
Hallelujah - Nat Shilkret

(vandaag 91 jaar geleden)
(Lyrics by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey / Music by Vincent Youmans)
(Vocal refrain by Franklyn Baur)

(B-kant van Sometimes I’m Happy van Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra)

(Het origineel is van Stella Mayhew in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Hit the Deck, ging op 25 april 1927 in Belasco Theatre, NY in première. Na 352 keer is op 25 februari 1928 de laatste voorstelling)

(#11 hit voor The Revelers (Male Voices with piano) in 1927; B-kant van Sometimes I’m Happy [Victor 20609] (78 rpm)

(#20 hit voor Cass Hagan And His Hotel Manger Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Franklyn Bauer) in 1927 [Columbia 966-D] (78 rpm)

(1929: Performed by Marguerita Padula and chorus in de film Hit the Deck)

(#6 album-hit voor André Previn, Piano with Rhythm Accompaniment (Al Viola, Guitar; Lloyd Pratt, Bass; Jackie Mills, Drums) in 1948 (LP: André Previn at the Piano) [RCA Victor ‎P 214] [RCA Victor 20-2340-A] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1952: Joe Turner (10″ LP: Piano Mood) [Vogue L.D. 047]

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

(1955: Johnny Costa (with Sandy Block, Bass; Jimmy Crawford, Drums) (LP: Piano Solos) [Coral CRL 57020]

(1955: Tony Martin, Russ Tamblyn, Vic Damone and The Jubilaires in de Roy Rowland-film Hit the Deck)

(1958: Emil Stern And His Orchestra (LP: I Want to Be Happy) [Mercury MG 20341]

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

(1959: Tutti Camarata and His Orchestra (LP: The Music of Vincent Youmans) [Everest LPBR 1062]

(1960: Joe Harnell (Piano With Orchestra) (LP: I Want to Be Happy) [Epic BN 573]

(1961: Svend Asmussen (Violin) & Ulrik Neumann (Guitar) (LP: Danish Imports) [Warner Bros. WS 1408]

(#30 album-hit voor Pete Fountain in 1962 (LP: Music from Dixie) [Coral CRL 57401]

(1963: Harry Simeone Chorale (LP: The Little Drummer Boy: A Christmas Festival) [Mistletoe Records MLP-1201]

(1963: Leslie Uggams With Mitch Miller And The Sing Along Gang (LP: More Leslie Uggams on TV) [Columbia CS 8665]

1932: Mills Brothers – St. Louis Blues [Brunswick 6300] (2 weken 2)
St. Louis Blues - Mills Brothers

(vandaag 86 jaar geleden)
(W.C. Handy)
(Novelty Quartet with Guitar)
(No musical instruments or mechanical devices used in this recording other than one guitar)
(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) 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 [Columbia A3790] (78 rpm)

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

(#3 hit voor Bessie Smith (Organ and Cornet Accomp.) als The St. Louis Blues op 4 juli 1925 [Columbia 14064-D] (78 rpm)

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

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

(1926: Bessie Brown [78-Regal 8171]

(1926: Thomas Waller (Pipe Organ Solo) [Victor 20357] (78 rpm)

(1926: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (Orchestra); 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; B-kant van Doll Dance [Victor 20698] (78 rpm)

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

(1928: Gene Austin (Tenor with Orchestra) [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) 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) in 1930; B-kant van Stein Song (University of Maine) [Victor 22321] (78 rpm)

(#16 hit voor Cab Calloway & His Orch. (With Vocal Chorus) 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 in de film Blue Rhythm)

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

(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 Canadians (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) {dezelfde versie}

(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) [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 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 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 (10” LP: The Hazy Osterwald Show) [Grammoclub Ex Libris GC 603] {uit Zwitserland}

(1955: Chris Barber’s Jazz Band with Ottilie Patterson (vocal) op de EP Chris Barber at the Royal Festival Hall [Decca DFE.6252] (45 rpm)

(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 Dave Brubeck Quartet 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: 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]

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

(#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 in 1959 (LP: Near You)

(#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: The Isley Brothers (LP: Shout!) [RCA Victor LSP 2156]

(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 The 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. WS 1492]

(1963: Helen Shapiro (Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra) op de EP A Teenager Sings the Blues [Columbia ESG 7880] (EMI) (45 rpm)

(#12 album-hit voor 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: Coming’ Home Baby) [Regina Records 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]

(1969: Joe Turner (Recorded live on 6th December, 1960, at the Cafe Africana, Zurich) (LP: Stride by Stride) [77 Records LEU 12/32]

(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]

(1974: Urbie Green (Arr. by Johnny Carisi) (Produced by Enoch Light) (LP: Urbie Green’s Big Beautiful Band) [Project 3 Total Sound PR 5087 SD]

(1975: James Last (LP: In the Mood for Trumpets) [Polydor ‎2371 548]

(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]

1949: Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra – Some Enchanted Evening [Decca 24609] (2 weken 3)
Some Enchanted Evening - Bing Crosby

(vandaag 69 jaar geleden)
(Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II / Music by Richard Rodgers)
(Vocal With Orchestra)

(B-kant van Bali Ha’i)

(Het origineel is van Ezio Pinza (with orchestra conducted by Salvatore Dell’Isola) [Columbia Masterworks 4578-M] (78 rpm) in de Broadway-musial theaterproductie South Pacific met in de hoofdrollen Mary Martin & Ezio Pinza, ging op 7 april 1949 in Majestic Theatre, NY in première. Na 1925 keer is op 16 januari 1954 de laatste voorstelling)

(#1 hit voor Perry Como (with Orchestra conducted by Mitchell Ayres) {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} op 30 juli 1949 [RCA Victor 20-3402] (78 rpm)

(#4 hit voor Jo Stafford (Paul Weston’s Orchestra) (Vocal with Orchestra) in 1949 [Capitol 54-548] (45 rpm)

(#4 album-hit voor Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) in 1949 op de Bing Crosby/Danny Kaye/Evelyn Knight/Ella Fitzgerald (LP: Sing the Song Hits from South Pacific) [Decca ‎Album No. A-714] (8 Sides–2) [Decca 24609] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#4 album-hit voor Gordon macRae with Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) in 1949 op de Peggy Lee/Margaret Whiting/Gordon macRae (LP: Songs from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific) [Capitol CD 162] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#6 album-hit voor Al Goodman and his Orchestra with Dickinson Eastham in 1949 (LP: South Pacific) [RCA Victor ‎Bluebird Series BN-3] (Side–2) [RCA Victor 31-0002-A] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#6 hit voor Frank Sinatra (Orchestra under the Direction of Axel Stordahl) in 1949 [Columbia 38446] (78 rpm)

(#7 hit voor Ezio Pinza (with orchestra conducted by Salvatore Dell’Isola) in 1949 [Columbia Masterworks 4578-M] (78 rpm)

(#9 hit voor Paul Weston And His Orchestra (Instrumental) in 1949; B-kant van Bali Ha’i [Capitol 54-629] (45 rpm)

(#28 hit voor John Laurenz (Vocal by John Laurenz) with Mitch Miller’s Orchestra in 1949 [Mercury 5276] (78 rpm)

(1949: Al Jolson with Victor Young And His Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) [Decca 9-24667] (45 rpm)

(#1 album-hit voor Ralph Flanagan and his Orchestra in 1950 (LP: Ralph Flanagan Plays Rodgers & Hammerstein II for Dancing) [RCA Victor ‎WP 268] [RCA Victor 47-3174-A] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1950: Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians (Glee Club and Orchestra) (LP: Fred Waring Play Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II Songs, Vol. II) [Decca Album No. 9–100] (8 Sides–1) [Decca 9-27294] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1951: Gordon MacRae with Orchestra (Vocal with Orchestra) [Capitol 54-600] (45 rpm)

(#8 album-hit voor Mantovani And His Orchestra in 1955 (LP: Song Hits from Theatreland) [London Records ‎LL.1219]

(#19 album-hit voor Roger Williams (with Orchestras directed by Martin Gold and Hall Kanner) in 1957 (LP: Songs of the Fabulous Forties) [Kapp KXL 5003]

(1958: Performed by Rossano Brazzi (dubbed by Giorgio Tozzi) in de film South Pacific)

(#17 album-hit voor Lester Lanin And His Orchestra als Medley: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes / Who / I Won’t Dance / Just in Time / In the Still of the Night / Twelfth Street Rag / Some Enchanted Evening / Bloody Mary / Honey Bun / Younger Than Springtime / I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair / Die Schoenbrunner / If I Love You / June Is Bustin’ Out All Over / I Could Write a Book / Bewitched / April in Portugal / Always True to You in My Fashion / So in Love / Too Darn Hot / The Wang, Wang Blues in 1958 (LP: Lester Lanin at the Tiffany Ball) [Epic LN 3410]

(1958: Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra (LP: Ros on Broadway) [London PS.110]

(#6 album-hit voor Mantovani And His Orchestra in 1959 (LP: Mantovani Stereo Showcase) [London SS 1]

(#10 album-hit voor Ray Conniff and His Orchestra and Chorus in 1959 (LP: Broadway in Rhythm) [Columbia CL 1252]

(#1 album-hit voor Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra in 1960 (LP: Theme from a Summer Place) [Dot DLP 25,276]

(1960: Carl Mann [Sam C. Phillips International 3550] (45 rpm)

(#4 album-hit voor Lawrence Welk And His Orchestra (Arrangements by Bob Ballard, Larry Gordon, Frank Scott and George Wyle) (Produced by George Cates Lawrence Welk and Randy Wood) (℗ 1961) in 1962 (LP: Moon River) [Dot DLP 25,412]

(1964: Pat Boone (Prod. by Randy Wood) (Orch. Cond. by Perry Botkin, Jr.) [Dot 45-16559] (45 rpm)

(1964: Ace Cannon And His Alto Sax (Supervision: Joe Cuoghi) (Engineer: Ray Harris) (LP: Ace Cannon Plays the Great Show Tunes) [Hi Records SHL 32019]

(#13 hit voor Jay & The Americans (Arr. & Cond. by Arnold Goland) (Prod. by Gerry Granahan) in 1965 [United Artists Records UA 919] (45 rpm)

(#21 album-hit voor John Gary (Arranged and Conducted by Dick Reynolds (Produced by Joe Reisman) (Recorded in RCA Victor’s Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California) (Recording Engineer: John Norman) in 1965 (LP: John Gary Sings Your All-Time Favorite Songs) [RCA Victor ‎LSP 3411]

(#111 album-hit voor Jerry Vale (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Manning) 1966 (LP: Great Moments On Broadway) [Columbia CS 9289]

(#24 album hit voor Frank Sinatra (Arranged and Conducted by H.B. Barnum) in 1967 (LP: Frank Sinatra) [Reprise FS 1022]

(#91 hit voor Jane Olivor (Arranged and Produced by Charlie Calello) in 1977 [Columbia 3-10527] (45 rpm)

(1979: Ray Charles (Producer: Ray Charles) (Engineering: Ray Charles & Bob Gratts)  [Atlantic 3611] (45 rpm)

(#1 album hit voor Barbra Streisand in 1993 (CD: Back to Broadway) [Columbia ‎CK 44189]

(1995: The Temptations (CD: For Lovers Only) [Motown ‎314530568-2]

(1996: Bryn Terfel (CD: Something Wonderful: Bryn Terfel Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein) [Deutsche Grammophon DG 449 163-2]

(2007: Art Garfunkel (Produced by Richard Perry) (CD: Some Enchanted Evening) [Rhino 74851]

(#8 album-hit voor Harry Connick, Jr. (Arranged, Orchestrated And Conducted By Harry Connick, Jr.) (Produced By Harry Connick, Jr. And Clive Davis) (Co-Produced By Tracey Freeman) {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 2009 (CD: Your Songs) [Columbia 88697 47228 2]

(2010: Alfie Boe (CD: Bring Him Home) [Decca 2759210]

1988: Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me [Mercury 870 298-7] (1 week 2)
Pour Some Sugar On Me - Def Leppard

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Steve Clark, Phil Collen, Joe Elliott, Robert John “Mutt” Lange and Rick Savage)
(Produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange)
(Published ℗ 1987)

(2009: Richard Cheese (CD: OK Bartender) [Coverage Records ‎IDTCR-14KB2009a]

1988: INXS – New Sensation [Atlantic 7-89080] (1 week 3)
New Sensation - INXS

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Words and music by Andy Farriss and Michael Hutchence)
(Produced by Chris Thomas)
(Mixed by Bob Clearmountain)
(Published ℗ 1987)

Billboard Easy Listening chart:

1966: Jack Jones – The Impossible Dream (The Quest) [Kapp K-755] (1 week 1)
The Impossible Dream - Jack Jones

(vandaag 52 jaar geleden)
(Lyrics by Joe Darion / Music by Mitch Leigh)
(Orchestra Directed by Pete King)

(#35 hit in de Hot 100 op 23 juli 1966)

(Het origineel is van Richard Kiley in de Broadway-musical theaterproductie Man of La Mancha, ging op 22 november 1965 in ANTA Washington Square Theatre, NY in première. Na 2328 keer is op 26 juni 1971 de laatste voorstelling)

(#6 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra (Arranged & Conducted by Ernie Freeman) in 1966 (LP: That’s Life) [Reprise FS 1020]

(#9 album-hit voor Jack Jones (Orchestras Arranged and Conducted by Marty Paich and Pete King) in 1966 (LP: The Impossible Dream) [Kapp KS-3486]

(#24 album-hit voor Jim Nabors in 1966 (LP: Jim Nabors Sings Love Me with All Your Heart) [Columbia CS 9358]

(#31 album-hit voor Richard Kiley in 1966 op de various artists Original Cast (LP: “Man of La Mancha”) [Kapp KRL-4505]

(#50 album-hit voor Johnny Mathis (Arranged & Conducted by Glenn Osser) als The Impossible Dream in 1966 (LP: So Nice) [Mercury ‎SR-61091]

(#90 album-hit voor Ed Ames {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} in 1966 (LP: More I Cannot Wish You) [RCA Victor LSP 3636]

(1966: Tony Mottola (LP: Heart & Soul) [Project 3 PR 5003-SD]

(#10 album-hit voor The Temptations als The Impossible Dream in 1967 (LP: The Temptations in a Mellow Mood) [Gordy ‎S-924]

(#31 album-hit voor The Lettermen in 1967 (LP: Spring!) [Capitol Records ST-2711]

(#145 album-hit voor Robert Goulet {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} in 1967 (LP: Robert Goulet on Broadway, Volume 2) [Columbia CS 9386]

(1967: Shirley Bassey (Arranged and Conducted by Marty Paige) (LP: And We Were Lovers) [United Artists SULP 1160]

(1967: Anita Bryant (Arranged and Conducted by Chuck Bird) (LP: I Believe) [Columbia CS 9506]

(#1 album-hit voor Diana Ross And The Supremes With The Temptations in 1968 op The Original Sound Track (LP: TCB) [Motown MS-682]

(#2 album-hit voor Diana Ross And The Supremes & The Temptations (Produced by Frank Wilson) in 1968 (LP: Diana Ross & the Supremes Join the Temptations) [Motown MS 679]

(#5 Easy Listening-hit voor Roger Williams (Produced by Hy Grill) (Orchestra Arr. & Cond. by Ralph Carmichael) als The Impossible Dream in 1968 [Kapp K-907] (45 rpm)

(#9 album-hit voor Andy Williams (Arranged and Produced by Nick De Caro) (Engineer: Raphael O. Valentin) in 1968 (LP: Honey) [Columbia CS 9662]

(#14 R&B-hit voor The Hesitations (Produced by Teacho Wiltshire, Larry Banks & Victor) (Arranged and Conducted by Teacho Wiltshire) in 1968 [Kapp K-899] (45 rpm)

(#25 album-hit voor Ray Conniff and The Singers in 1968 (LP: It Must Be Him) [Columbia CS 9595]

(#26 album-hit voor Glen Campbell in 1968 (LP: Hey, Little One) [Capitol Records ‎ST-2878]

(#29 album-hit voor The Vogues als The Impossible Dream in 1968 (LP: Turn Around, Look at Me) [Reprise Records ‎RS 6314]

(#129 album-hit voor Midnight String Quartert in 1968 (LP: Love Rhapsodies) [Viva V-36013]

(#164 album-hit voor Roger Williams (Orchestra Arranged And Conducted By Ralph Carmichael) (Produced By Hy Grill) als The Impossible Dream in 1968 (LP: More Than a Miracle) [Kapp KS 3550]

(1968: Floyd Cramer (Arranged and Conducted by Bill McElhiney) (LP: Floyd Cramer Plays MacArthur Park) [RCA Victor LSP-4070]

(1968: Shani Wallis (Produced By Hy Grill) (Orchestra Arranged And Conducted By Ralph Carmichael) als The Impossible Dream (LP: As Long as He Needs Me) [Kapp KS-3573]

(#13 album-hit voor Glen Campbell in 1969 (LP: Glen Campbell – “Live”) [Capitol STBO-0268]

(#15 album-hit voor The Temptations in 1969 (LP: Live at the Copa) [Gordy GLSP-938]

(#55 album-hit voor Lawrence Welk and his Orchestra (Produced By: George Cates, Lawrence Welk, Randy Wood) (Arrangements By: Frank Scott, S.K. Grundy, Joe Rizzo) (Recorded At Annex Studios) (Engineer: Thorne Nogar) als The Impossible Dream in 1969 (LP: Galveston) [Ranwood RLP-8049]

(#163 album-hit voor Johnny Mathis in 1969 (LP: The Impossible Dream) [Columbia CS 9872]

(1969: Franck Pourcel et son Grand Orchestre als La quete (The Impossible Dream) (LP: Paraphonic – Amour, danse et violons – N° 33) [La voix de son maître 2C 062 15.550]

(1969: Roger Whittaker (With Orchestral Accompaniment Directed by Leon Young) (Recording Engineer: Adrian Kerridge) (Supervision: Denis Preston) als The Imposible Dream (LP: This is…) [Columbia ‎SCX 6341] (EMI)

(#4 album-hit in Engeland voor Tom Jones (Arrangements: Johnnie Spence) (Producer: Peter Sullivan) in 1970 (LP: Tom) [Decca SKL.5045]

(#6 album-hit voor Tom Jones (Arrangements: Johnnie Spence) (Producer: Peter Sullivan) in 1970 (LP: Tom) [Parrot XPAS 71037]

(#21 album-hit voor The Temptations als The Impossible Dream in 1970 (LP: Live at London’s Talk of the Town) [Gordy GLPS-953]

(#33 album-hit voor Roberta Flack als The Impossible Dream in 1970 (LP: Chapter Two) [Atlantic SD 1569]

(#46 album-hit voor Diana Ross & The Supremes in 1970 (LP: Farewell) [Motown MS 2-708]

(1970: Bob Benny als Een onmoog’ lijke droom; B-kant van Réver un impossible rêve van Isabelle Aubret [45-Polydor 2121 185]

(#48 album-hit voor Dionne Warwick als Impossible Dream/What the World Needs Now in 1971 (LP: The Dionne Warwicke Story: A Decade of Gold) [Scepter Records SPS 2-596]

(1971: Edward Woodward (LP: It Had to Be You) [DJM Records DJLPS 418]

(#11 album-hit voor Elvis Presley in 1972 (LP: Elvis as Recorded at Madison Square Garden) [RCA Victor ‎LSP-4776]

(1972: Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos with The London Festival Orchestra and Chorus (LP: Come to Where Love Is) [London Phase 4 Stereo SP 44190]

(1972: Sung by Simon Gilbert in de film Man of La Mancha)

(#188 album-hit voor Bill Medley (Arr. by Bill Baker) (Cond. by Michael Patterson) als The Quest (The Impossible Dream) in 1968 (LP: Bill Medley 100%) [MGM Records SE 4583]

(#21 hit in Groot-Brittannië voor Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine (A Sex Machine/Simon Painter Production) als The Impossible Dream in 1992 [Chrysalis CDUSM 6] (4 track CD-single-EP)

(2009: Ramses Shaffy als Onmogelijke droom (CD: Laat me) Universal Music ‎271 895-1]

(#5 album-hit voor Luther Vandross (Produced By Walter Afanasieff) (Co-Produced by Luther Vandross) als The Impossible Dream in 1994 (CD: Songs) [Epic ‎E 57775]

(2010: Alfie Boe (featuring Matt Lucas) als The Impossible Dream op de Alfie Boe (CD: Bring Him Home) [Decca 2759210]

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

1988: Billy Ocean – The Colour Of Love [Jive JS1-9707] (1 week 2)
The Colour Of Love - Billy Ocean

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Wayne Brathwaite, Barry Eastmond, Billy Ocean and Jolyon Skinner)
(Produced by Wayne Brathwaite and Barry J. Eastmond)
(Mixed by Nigel Green at Battery Studios, London)

(#17 hit in de Hot 100 op 30 juli 1988)

1994: Jon Secada – If You Go [SBK Records 4KM-58156] (11 weken 2)
If You Go - Jon Secada

(vandaag 24 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Jon Secada and Miguel A. Morejon)
(Produced By: Jon Secada & Emilio Estefan, Jr.)
(Arranged & Programmed By: Miguel A. Morejon)
(Mixed By: Mixed By Eric Schilling & Phil Ramone)

(#10 hit in de Hot 100 op 2 juli 1994)

Billboard Country & Western chart:

1983: Willie Nelson And Merle Haggard – Pancho And Lefty [Epic 34-03642] (1 week 1)
Pancho And Lefty - Willie Nelson And Merle Haggard

(vandaag 35 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Townes Van Zandt)
(Produced by Chips Moman, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard)
(Published ℗ 1982)

(#21 album-hit voor Emmylou Harris (Produced by Brian Ahern) in 1977 (LP: Luxury Liner) [Warner Bros. Records ‎BSK 3115]

1988: Vern Gosdin – Set ‘Em Up Joe [Columbia 38-07762] (1 week 1)
Set Em Up Joe - Vern Gosdin

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Hank Cochran Vern Gosdin Dean Dillon Buddy Cannon)
(Produced by Bob Montgomery)
(Published ℗ 1987)
{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

1994: Alan Jackson – Summertime Blues [Arista 07822-12697-7] (3 weken 1)
Summertime Blues - Alan Jackson

(vandaag 24 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart)
(Produced By Keith Stegall)

(#60 hit in de Sales Hot 100 op 6 augustus 1994)

(#8 pop-hit voor Eddie Cochran (Het origineel)

(Words and Music by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart)
(Vocal With Orchestra) als Summertime Blues in 1958 [Liberty F-55144] (45 rpm)

(1958: The Vipers als Summertime Blues [Parlophone 45-R 4481] (45 rpm)

(#85 album-hit voor Bobby Vee (Producer: Snuff Garrett) (Engineers: Eddie Brackett and Jim Economides) (Guitar Solos By Tommy Allsup) als Summertime Blues in 1961 (LP: Bobby Vee Sings Hits of the Rockin’ ’50’s) [Liberty LST-7205]

(#32 album-hit voor The Beach Boys (Produced by Nick Venet) als Summertime Blues in 1962 (LP: Surfin’ Safari) [Capitol Records DT 1808]

(1963: Jean-Claude Berthon (Adapt.: Jacques Plante) als La fille de l’été dernier “Summertime Blues” (EP: Permission de nuit) [45-Decca 460.785] (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(1963: Dany Logan (Adapt.: Jacques Plante) (Accompagné par Paul Mauriat et son orchestre) als Le soleil de l’été (EP: Le soleil de l’été) [Bel Air 211 112 M] (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(1963: Bobby Rydell (Arranged & Conducted by Steve Garrick) als Summertime Blues (LP: Wild (Wood) Days) [Cameo C-1055]

(1965: Les Sounders avec Pat Winther (Adapt.: Évelyne Verrecchia) (Production: Ken Lean) als L’argent de poche “Summertime Blues” (EP: L’argent de poche) [45-La Voix de son Maître EGF 771] (Pathé Marconi EMI) (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(#11 album-hit voor Blue Cheer (Leigh Stephens: Guitar) (Dick Peterson: Bass & Vocals) (Paul Whaley: Drums) (Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh) (Recorded at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood, California) (Engineer: John MacQuarrie) als Summertime Blues in 1968 (LP: Vincebus Eruptum) [Philips PHS-600-264]

(#14 pop-hit voor Blue Cheer

(Words and Music by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart)
(Produced by Abe “Voco” Kesh)
(Arranged by Blue Cheer) als Summertime Blues in 1968 [Philips 40516] (4 rpm)

(#153 album-hit voor Terry Reid (Produced by Mickie Most) als Writing on the Wall/Summertime Blues in 1968 (LP: Bang Bang You’re Terry Reid) [Epic BN 26427]

(1968: James Last (Potpourri) ‎(28 Rock & Roll Hits) (Recorded Live June ’68) als Summertime Blues/Muskrat Ramble/Rip It Up (LP: Rock Around with Me!) [Polydor ‎249 250]

(1968: Sandy Nelson (Producer: Scott Turner) (Arrangers: Scott Turner and James Burton) (Engineer: Bill Lazarsus) als Summertime Blues (LP: Rock ’n Roll Revival) [Imperial LP 12400]

(#169 album-hit voor The Ventures ‎(Producer: Joe Saraceno) (Engineer: Lanky Linstrot) in 1969 (LP: Flights of Fantasy) [Liberty ‎LST-8055]

(#4 album-hit voor The Who (Recorded In England) in 1970 (LP: Live at Leeds) [Decca DL 79175]

(#27 pop-hit voor The Who

(Words and Music by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart)
(Recorded In England)
(Executive Producers Kit Lambert And Chris Stamp) als Summertime Blues in 1970 [Decca 32708] (45 rpm)

(1970: ABC Company op de various artists (LP: Pop Hits ’70) [Karussell 2435 018]

(1973: Jussi & The Boys (Adapt.: Jussi Raittinen) als Kesäduuni blues (Summertime Blues) (LP: Mä tahdon rokata) [Scandia SLP 589] (Finse versie)

(#1 hit in Frankrijk voor Johnny Hallyday

(Paroles originales: Eddie CochranJerry Capehart / Paroles françaises: Long Chris)
(Arrangements et direction d’orchestre: Tim Hinkley) als La fille de l’été dernier “Summertime Blues” op 10 mei 1975; B-kant van Hey, Lovely Lady [Philips ‎6009 664] (45 rpm) (Franse versie)

(#12 album-hit voor Olivia Newton-John (Recorded at EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England) (Engineered by: Tony Clark, Alan Rouse) (Remixed at Air London) (Engineer: Michael Stavros) (Mastering: MCA Recording Studio) (Mastering Engineer: Brian Ingoldsby) (Produced and Arranged by: John Farrar) (Orchestra Arrangements by: John Farrar) (Keyboards: Graeme Todd) (Electric Guitars: John Farrar) (Acoustic Guitar: John Farrar, Terry Britten) (Steel Guitar: Brian John Cole) (Brian Bennett: Drums) (Alan Tarney: Bass) (5-string Banjo: Keith Nelson) (Bass Guitar: David Olney) (Vocal Bass: Mike Sammes) als Summertime Blues in 1975 (LP: Clearly Love) [MCA Records MCA 2148]

(#142 album-hit voor Robert Gordon with Link Wray (Robert Gordon – Vocals) (Link Wray – Lead Guitar) (Billy Cross – Guitar) (Rob Stoner – Bass) (Howie Wyeth – Drums) (Charlie Messing – Guitar) (Richard Gottehrer – Piano) (Produced By Richard Gottehrer) (“An Instant Record”) (Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, NYC – April 1977) (Engineer: Rob Freeman) (Assisted by Fred Wilkes) (Mastering: Greg Calbi, Sterling Sound, NYC) als Summertime Blues (LP: Robert Gordon with Link Wray in 1977 [Private Stock Records PS 2030]

(1977: Torfrock (Adapt.: Klaus Büchner) (Produzent: Dieter Dombrowski) als Sommertid-Blues (Summertime Blues) (LP: …Dat matscht so schön!) [RCA Victor PL 30026] (Duitse versie)

(1979: Rock Nalle & The Flames (Adapt.: Torben Eschen) als Sommer depression (Summertime Blues) (LP: Rock ‘N’alle roll) [Sonet  SLP 1739] (Finse versie)

(#99 album-hit voor The Flying Lizards (Recorded at Berry Street and Brixton, London) (Engineered by Dave Hunt and David Cunningham) (Additional recordings made in Munich, Maidstone and in Transit) (Produced by David Cunningham) als Summertime Blues (℗ 1979) in 1980 (LP: The Flying Lizards) [Virgin VA 13137]

(1981: Black Cats als サマータイム・ブルース (Summertime Blues) (LP: Cream Soda Presents Black Cats) [Invitation VIH-28051] (Engelse versie)

(1982: Sylvie Vartan als Rock Medley: Rip It Up / Trouble / Summertime Blues / Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (LP: Palais des Sports 81) [RCA Victor PL 37595]

(#1 album-hit voor Brian Setzer (Produced by Don Gehman) als Summertime Blues in 1987 op de various artists Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (LP: La bamba) [Slash 9 25605-2]

(1988: RC サクセション (The RC Succession) (Adapt.: Kiyoshiro Imawanor) als サマータイム・ブルース (Summertime Blues) (LP: Covers) [Kitty Records H32K 20125] (Japanse versie)

(#5 album-hit voor Alan Jackson (Produced By Keith Stegall) als Summertime Blues in 1994 (CD: Who I Am) [Arista 07822-18759-2]

(1996: Niskavuoren Aarnet (Adapt.: Jussi Raittinen) als Kesäduuni blues (CD: Niskavuoren Aarnet) [Motley NA 10] (Finse versie)

(#65 album-hit voor Sarah Brightman (Adapt.: John Reidy – Sarah Brightman) als So Many Things (℗ 1998) in 1999 (CD: Eden) [Angel 7243 5 56769 2 4]

(2001: George Davidson (Piano Instrumentals) (CD: Allure) [George Davidson Productions GDP90]

(2002: Jean S. (Adapt.: Jussi Raittinen) als Kesäduuni blues (CD: KesämieS) [Edel 0140972ERE] (Finse versie)

(2003: Bamses Venner (Adapt.: Bamse [= Flemming Jørgensen] als Det’ træls det’ surt (LP: Rolig nu) [RecArt Music  5824012] (Deense versie)

(2006: Santiago & Luis Auserón (Adapt.: Santiago Auserón) als Tristeza de verano (Summertime Blues) (CD: Las malas lenguas) [GASA ‎5101130542] (Spaanse versie)

(2011: Jan Werner (Adapt.: John Reidy – Sarah Brightman) als So Many Things (CD: Singer of Songs) [Polydor ‎986 591-2]

2005: Toby Keith – As Good As I Once Was (6 weken 1)
As Good As I Once Was - Toby Keith

(vandaag 13 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Toby Keith and Scotty Emerick)

(#28 hit in de Sales Hot 100 op 6 augustus 2005)

2011: Justin Moore – If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away (1 week 1)
If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away - Justin Moore

(vandaag 7 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Robert Hatch, Brett Jones and Dallas Davidson)

(#49 hit in de Hot 100 op 23 juli 2011)

Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart:

1966: Ray Charles Band with The Raelets – Let’s Go Get Stoned [ABC-Paramount 45-10808] (1 week 1)
Let’s Go Get Stoned - Ray Charles

(vandaag 52 jaar geleden)
(Words and Music by Valerie Simpson, Nickolas Ashford and Josephine Armstead)
(Produced by: Joe Adams)

(#31 hit in Hot 100 op 16 juli 1966)

(Het origineel is van The Coasters (Arr. & Cond. by Bert Keys uit 1965; B-kant van Honey Honey [Atco Records 45-6356] (45 rpm)

(1965: Manfred Mann op de EP There’s No Living Without Your Loving [His Master’s Voice 7EG 8922] (45 rpm)

(1965: Ronnie Milsap (Arranger Ed Martin) (Producer: Stan Green); B-kant van Never Had It So Good [Scepter Records SCE 12109] (45 rpm)

(#15 album-hit voor Ray Charles (Produced by Joe Adams) (Recorded at R.P.M. International Studios, Los Angeles, Cal.) (LP: Crying Time) [ABC-Paramount ABCS-544]

(1966: James Brown At the Organ [Smash 5-2064] (45 rpm)

(1966: The Capitols (LP: We Got a Thing That’s in the Groove) [Atco Records SD 33 201]

(1966: The 3 Sounds (LP: Vibrations) [Blue Note BST 84248]

(1967: The Astronauts (LP: Travelin’ Men) [RCA Victor LSP 3733]

(1967: The Everly Brothers (Produced by Dick Glasser) (LP: The Hit Sound of the Everly Brothers) [Warner Bros. Records WS 1676]

(1967: Chuck Jackson-Maxine Brown (Arranger: Valerie Siimpson) [Scepter SWF-21020] (45 rpm)

(1969: Big Mama Thornton (Produced by Al Schmitt-Douglas) (Arranged by Rene Hall &n Everett Minor); B-kant van Hound Dog [Mercury 72981] (45 rpm)

(#2 album-hit voor Joe Cocker (Produced By Denny Cordell And Leon Russell) in 1970 (LP: Mad Dogs & Englishmen) [A&M Records SP-6002]

1988: Bobby Brown – Don’t Be Cruel [MCA Records MCA-53327] (2 weken 1)
Don’t Be Cruel - Bobby Brown

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Babyface [ = Kenneth Brian Edmonds] – L.A. Reid [ = Antonio M. Reid] – Daryl Simmons)
(Produced By L.A. & Babyface)
(Executive Producer: Louil Silas, Jr.)

(#8 hit in de Hot 100 op 15 oktober 1988)


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)


1974: Claude François – Le mal aimé [Disques Flèche 6061 196] (3 weken 1)

(vandaag 44 jaar geleden)
(Terry Dampsy · Eddy Marnay)
(Orchestrations et direction: Jean-Claude Petit)

(Het origineel is van Lauren Copley

(Terry Dampsy)
(Produced by Terry Dempsey)
(Arranged by Robin Netcher) als Daydreamer uit 1973; B-kant van Kentucky Blues [Map MP.516] (45 rpm)

(#1 hit in Groot-Brittannië voor David Cassidy

(Terry Dampsy)
(Produced by Rick Jarrard) als dubbele A-kant Daydreamer / The Puppy Song op 27 oktober 1973 [Bell BELL 1334] (45 rpm)

(#1 hit album-hit in Groot-Brittannië voor David Cassidy (Produced by Rick Jarrard) als Daydreamer in 1973 (LP: Dreams Are Nuthin’ More Than Wishes…) [Bell BELLS 231]

(1974: Cilla Black

(Terry Dampsy)
(Arranged and produced by David Mackay)
(Engineers: Roger Quested and Tony Clark)
(Recorded at Morgan Studios and Abbey Road)
(Drums: Trevor Spencer, Barrie Guard)
(Percussion: Ray Cooper, Barrie Guard)
(Bass: Alan Tarney)
(Pianos: Cliff Hall, Dave Mcrae)
(Guitars: Terry Britten, Kevin Peek)
(Steel Guitar: Gordon Huntley)
(Moog: David Mackay)
(Vocal Backing: Terry Britten, Alan Tarney, David Mackay, The Breakaways, Anna Peacock)
(Orchestra Leader: Pat Halling) als Daydreamer (LP: In My Life) [EMI EMC 3031]

(1974: Caravelli

(Terry Dampsy
/ Adapt.: Eddy Marnay)
‎(Réalisation artistique: Philippe Boutet) als Le mal aimé (Daydreamer) (LP: Le premier pas) [CBS – CBS 80453]

(1974: Franck Pourcel « Grand Orchestre »

(Terry Dampsy
/ Adapt.: Eddy Marnay)
(Ingénieur du son Alain Butet) als Le mal aimé (LP: Amour, danse et violons N° 44) [Pathé 2C 064-15561] (Pathé Marconi EMI)

(1974: The Young Generation (Recorded at Chappell’s Recording Studios) (Recording Engineer: John Timperley) als Daydreamer (LP: Photograph) [RCA Victor LPLI 5009]

(1975: Willem Nijholt (Adapt.: Willem Nijholt) als Ga maar mee (Daydreamer) (LP: Willem Nijholt) [Philips 6413 069]

(1976: Gino Cunico (Produced By Vini Poncia) (Original Recording Dates: Summer 1975-Fall 1976) (Sound Reproduction: Ron Hitchcock) (Additional Recording: Bob Schaper) (Production Coordinator: Anne Streer)   (Recorded In Hollywood, California At Producer’s Workshop (Basic Tracks, Sound Labs, Inc And Mama Jo’s (North Hollywood)(Mastered At The Mastering/Ron Hitchcock) (Keyboards: Stanley Schwartz, Jim Mandell, James Newton-Howard, Kevin Crossley) (Guitars: David Wolfert, Johnny Vastano, Caleb Quaye) (Drums: Kirk Bruner, Gerry Reba, Jim Keltner) (Percussion: Lenny Castro) (Horns: Tom Saviano (Saxophone–All Sax Solos) (Trumpets: Rich Felts) (Trombone: Doug Wintz) (Flute: Stanley Schwartz) (Backing Vocals: Vini Poncia, Melissa Manchester, The Faragher Bros., Brie Howard, Wendy Haas, Joe Bean, Paul Nauman, Gino Cunico) (Horns Arranged By Tom Saviano) (Strings Arranged And Conducted By Barry Fasman) als Daydreamer (LP: Gino Cunico) [Arista AL 4117]

(1989: René Froger (Arranged By Hans Hollestelle) (Produced By Martin Duiser) als Daydreamer (LP: You’re My Everything) [CNR 655 299 2]

(2003: Arthur H et Marcia (Adapt.: Eddy Marnay) als Le mal aimé op de various artists (CD: Cloclo mania) [Naïve NS 91411] (Franse versie)

(2003: Richard Fabian (Adapt.: Eddy Marnay) (Arrangements musicaux: Carolin Petit) als Le mal-aimé op de various artists ‎(CD: Belles, Belles, Belles – L’album) [Baxter Music 981 312-9] (Franse versie)

(2008: Clarika (Adapt.: Eddy Marnay) als Le mal aimé op de various artists (CD: Claude François, autrement dit) [Mercury ‎5306498] (Franse versie)

(2013: Luc Steeno (Adapt.: Lieve Decock) als Het leven is te kort (Le mal aimé) (CD: Luc Steeno zingt Claude François) [ARS Entertainment 3735954]

(2015: Davide Esposito (Adapt.: Davide Esposito) als Sognatore (Daydreamer) (CD: Roma California) [TF1 Musique 6 02547 36252 0] (barcode) (Italiaanse versie)


1973: Maureen McGovern – The Morning After [20th Century-Fox Records TK-4985] (1 week 1)
(vandaag 45 jaar geleden)
(Al Kasha; Joel Hirshhorn)
(Produced by Carl Maduri)
(Arranged by Joe Hudson)
(Engineer: Arnie Rosenberg)

(#1 hit in de US Hot 100) op 4 augustus 1973)

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

(Het origineel is van Renée Armand in de film The Poseidon Adventure met in de hoofdrol Gene Hackman, ging op 12 december 1972 in New York City in première, draait vanaf 13 december 1972 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen en gaat op 15 december 1972 in Los Angeles, Californië in première)


1971: Lobo – Me And You And A Dog Named Boo (4 weken 1)
(vandaag 47 jaar geleden)
(Kent Lavoie)
(Produced by Phil Gernhard in Association with John Abbott and Billy Meshel)

(#5 hit in de US Hot 100 op 15 mei 1971)

1989: Edelweiss – Bring Me Edelweiss (1 week 1)
(vandaag 39 jaar geleden)
(Walter Werzowa; Martin Gletschermayer)
(Produced, Composed And Written By Walter Werzowa And M. M. Gletschermayer [ = Martin Neumayer]
(Yodeling And Female Vocals By Maria Mathis)
(Folk Scratches: Danube Jay)
(Rappers: Raf and Cooly C)
(Additional Female Vocals: Mercedes Hall)
(Toast Artist: Big Bad Busy Bee)
(Preproduction At TonArt, Vienna)
(Recorded At Unique Studios, New York City)
(Postproduction At Paradise Studios, Munich)
(Mixed By Jürgen Koppers)
(Engineer: Walter J.W. Schmid)

1995: Portrait – How Deep Is Your Love (3 weken 1)
(vandaag 23 jaar geleden)
(Barry Gibb; Maurice Gibb; Robin Gibb)
(Produced By Portrait)
(Executive Producers: Portrait, Matt Robinson & Herb Trawick)

(#93 hit in de US Hot 100 op 5 augustus 1995)

(#1 hit in Amerika voor Bee Gees (Produced by The Bee Gees, Karl Richardson and Albhy Galuten) {Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {het origineel} op 24 december in 1977 [RSO RS 882] (45 rpm)

2007: Fergie – Big Girls Don’t Cry (1 week 1)
(vandaag 11 jaar geleden)
(Stacey Ferguson; Toby Gad)
(Produced by Will.I.Am [ = William James Adams Jr.]
(Additional Vocals Produced by Ron Fair)
(Strings Arranged by Ron Fair)
(Conductor: Ron Fair)
(Bass Guitar: Will.I.Am)
(Keyboard Bass: Keith Harris)
(Guitar: George Pajon Jr.)
(Drums: Keith Harris)
(Drums Programming by Will.I.Am)
(Engineered by Will.I.Am at Metropolis Studios, London)
(Assistant Recording Engineer: Neil Tucker)
(Additional ProTools/Engineering by Tal Herzberg)
(Strings Recorded by Allen Sides at Signet Sound Studios)
(Mixed by Jack Joseph Puig at Ocean Way Recording, Hollywood, CA)
(Assistant Mixer: Dean Nelson)

(#1 hit in de US Hot 100 op 8 september 2007)

2012: fun. – Some Nights (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 6 jaar geleden)
(fun. [ = Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost & Jack Antonoff]; Jeff Bhasker)
(Written and performed by fun. and Jeff Bhasker)
(Produced and mixed by Jeff Bhasker)
(Assistant mixer: Pawel Sek)
(Engineered by Andrew Dawson)
(Additional engineering by Jeff Bhasker, Pete Bischoff and Noah Goldstein)
(Recorded at Dawson’s Studio, Enormous Studios, and Electric Lady Studios)
(Additional programming by Pat Reynolds)
(Additional backing vocals by Joi Starr)

(#3 hit in de US Hot 100 op 29 september 2012)


France charts sourced from www.infodisc.fr and SNEP. Australia and New Zealand charts sourced from Wikipedia


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