17 september

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

De nummer 1-hits van 17 september

Best Selling Singles/Billboard Hot 100:

1938: Fred Astaire with Ray Noble and his Orchestra – Change Partners [Brunswick 8189] (2 weken 1)
Change Partners - Fred Astaire

(vandaag 80 jaar geleden)
(Irving Berlin)
(Vocal by Fred Astaire)

(Uit de film Carefree met in de hoofdrollen Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, draait vanaf 2 september 1938 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen)

(#1 hit voor Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberle) op 15 oktober 1938 [Decca 2002] (78 rpm)

(#6 hit voor Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Ozzie Nelson) in 1938 [Bluebird B-7734] (78 rpm)

(#13 hit voor The Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk (Vocal Chorus Loist Best) in 1938 [Vocalion 4270] (78 rpm)

(1938: Larry Clinton & his Orchestra (with vocal refrain) [Victor 26010] (78 rpm)

(1953: Bing Crosby With Cass Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires (Vocal With Orchestra Direcyed by Perry Botkin); B-kant van Y’all Come [Decca 9-28969] (45 rpm)

(1958: Ella Fitzgerald (LP: Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Irving Berlin Song Book) [Verve Records ‎MG V-4019-2]

(1959: Herb Geller Quintet (LP: Stax of Sax) [Jubilee JLP 1094]

(1960: Sammy Davis, Jr. (With Orchestra Directed by Morty Stevens) (LP: Sammy Awards) [Decca DL 8921]

(#64 album-hit voor Vic Damone with Jack Marshall’s Music in 1962 (LP: Linger Awhile with Vic Damone) [Capitol ST-1646]

(#135 album-hit voor Steve Lawrence with the Billy May Orchestra (Arranged by Billy May Conducted by Joe Guercio) in 1964 (LP: Academy Award Losers) [Columbia CS 8921]

(1964: The Art Farmer Quartet (LP: Perception) [Argo LPS-738]

(#19 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim in 1967 (LP: Frank Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim) [Reprise FS 1021]

(#128 album-hit voor Tony Bennett (Produced By David Kahne) (Executive Producer: Danny Bennett) als You’re Easy to Dance With / Change Partners / Cheek to Cheek in 1993 (CD: Steppin’ Out) [Columbia CK 57424]

(#36 album-hit voor Harry Connick, Jr. (Produced By Tracey Freeman) (Recorded And Mixed By Gregg Rubin) {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington} in 1999 (CD: ‎Come by Me) [Columbia ‎CK 69618]

1955: Pat Boone – Ain’t That A Shame [Dot 45-15377] (2 weken 1)
Ain’t That A Shame - Pat Boone

(vandaag 63 jaar geleden)
(Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
(With Orchestra and Chorus)

(#10 hit voor Fats Domino (Het Origineel)

(Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington als Ain’t That a Shame in 1955 [Imperial X5348] (45 rpm)

(1955: Ronnie Gaylord (Vocal by Ronnie Gaylord) (Orchestra Conducted by Lew Douglas) als Ain’t It a Shame [Wing W-90000-X45] (45 rpm)

(1956: Fats Domino als Ain’t It a Shame (LP: Rock and Rollinwith Fats Domino) [Imperial LP 9004]

(1958: Frances Faye als Ain’t That a Shame (LP: Frances Faye Swings Fats Domino) [Imperial LP 9059]

(1960: Connie Francis (Orchestra Conducted by Ray Ellis) (LP: Connie Francis Sings Rock n’ Roll Million Sellers) [MGM SE 3794]

(1962: The Black Combo (Supervision: Joe Coughi) (This album recorded at Royal Recording Studio, Memphis, Tennessee) als Ain’t That a Shame (LP: The Untouchable Sound of Bill Black) [Hi Records SHL 32009]

(#22 hit voor The 4 Seasons

(Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
(Arranged by Charles Calello)
(Prod. By Bob Crewe) als Ain’t That a Shame in 1963 [Vee-Jay VJ 512] (45 rpm)

(#47 album-hit voor The 4 Seasons (Produced by Bob Crewe) (Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by Charles Calello) als Ain’t That a Shame in 1963 (LP: Ain’t That a Shame and 11 Others) [Vee-Jay VJLP 1059]

(1966: Gipsies als Ain’t That a Shame [45-Jacks Beat Records BR 1018]

(#195 album-hit voor Jerry Jaye als Ain’t That a Shame in 1967 (LP: My Girl Josephine) [Hi Records SHL 32038]

(#7 C&W-hit voor Hank Williams, Jr. with The Mike Curb Congregation

(Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
(Produced by Jim Vienneau & Mike Curb als Ain’t That a Shame in 1971 [MGM K-14317] (45 rpm)

(1972: Ronnie Hawkins als Ain’t That a Shame (LP: Rock & Roll Resurrection) [Monument KZ 31330]

(#10 album-hit voor Fats Domino als Ain’t That a Shame in 1973 op de various artists 41 Original Hits from the Sound Track of (LP: American Graffiti) [MCA Records ‎MCA2-8001]

(#6 album-hit voor John Lennon (Produced by Phil Spector) als Ain’t That a Shame in 1975 (LP: Rock ‘n’ Roll) [Apple SK-3419]

(1976: Tanya Tucker als Ain’t That a Shame (LP: Lovin’ and Learnin’) [MCA Records MCA-2167]

(1976: Tanya Tucker (Produced by Jerry Crutchfield) als Ain’t That a Shame [MCA Records ‎MCA-40540] (45 rpm)

(#35 hit voor Cheap Trick

(Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
(Produced by Cheap Trick) als Ain’t That a Shame (℗ 1978) in 1979 [Epic 9-50743] (45 rpm)

(1982: Mud Featuring Les Gray (Produced By Steve Colyer) (Engineered By Terry Evenett And Steve Colyer) als Ain’t That a Shame (LP: Mud) [Runaway Records 810 942-1]

(#26 album-hit voor Paul McCartney als Ain’t That a Shame in 1990 (CD: Tripping the Live Fantastic) [Capitol Records CDP 7 94778 2]

(Op 2 oktober 1955 introduceert Toon Hermans, na een experimentele periode met een eigen gezelschap in het sanatorium Hoog Laren de eerste Nederlandse one-man-show. Wat hij daar brengt is in ons land niet eerder vertoond. Zijn kostelijke conferences, zijn lichtvoetige liedjes, zijn parelende parodieën, ze bezitten een klasse die moeilijk te overtreffen is.)

(Op 6 oktober 1955 introduceert de Franse autofabrikant Citroën de auto met het hydropneumatische veersysteem. De Citroën DS en ID worden hiermee wereldberoemd. André Citroën was een Franse industrieel, zoon van een Amsterdamse diamanthandelaar. In 1906 werd hij directeur van de destijds zeer beroemde Mors-autofabrieken te Javel. Na de Eerste Wereldoorlog stichtte hij zijn meest ambitieuze project een autofabriek onder de eigen naam Automobiles André Citroën SA.)

2005: Kanye West Featuring Jamie Foxx – Gold Digger (10 weken 1)Gold Digger - Kanye West

(vandaag 13 jaar geleden)
(Kanye West; Ray Charles; Renald Richard)
(Produced by Kanye West)
(Recorded by Anthony Kilhofer at the Record Plant, Hollywood, CA; Andrew Dawson at Sony Music Studios, NYC and Chalice Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA and by Tom Biller at Grandmaster Recording Studios, Hollywood CA)
(Mixed by Mike Dean at Chalice Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA)
(Assistant Engineers: Richard Reitz, Matt Green, Nate Connelly and Mike Mo)
(Additional Vocals: Plain Pat & Don C. Scratches)
(Bevat samples uit I Got a Woman van Ray Charles (1955)

(#108 Bubbling Under Hot-100-hit voor Glee Cast in 2009 [albumtrack] (CD: Glee: The Music, Season 1, Volume 1) [Columbia ‎88697 60687 2]

2011: Adele – Someone Like You (5 weken 1)
Someone Like You - Adele

(vandaag 7 jaar geleden)
(Adele Adkins; Dan Wilson)
(Vocals by Adele)
(Produced by Dan Wilson and Adele)
(Mixed by Tom Elmhirst)
(Assisted by Dan Parry)
(Engineered by Philip Allen)
(Dan Wilson: Piano)
(Recorded at Harmony Studios, West Hollywood, CA)
(Mastered by Tom Coyne at Sterling Sound, NYC)

Billboard: “Net geen N°1-hits”

1898: The Haydn Quartet – She Was Bred In Old Kentucky [E. Berliner’s Gramophone 4295] (1 week 3)
She Was Bred In Old Kentucky - Haydn Quartet
(vandaag 120 jaar geleden)
(Words by Harry Braisted / Music by Stanley Carter)

(#1 hit voor George J. Gaskin op 16 juli 1898 [Columbia Phonograph Company 4166] (wax cylinder)

(#2 hit voor Albert Campbell op 3 september 1898 [Berliner Records 1859] (wax cylinder)

(#2 hit voor Steve Porter op 6 augustus in 1898 [Columbia Phonograph Company 4570] (wax cylinder)

1904: J.W. Myers – Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis [Columbia Phonograph Co. 1848] (1 week 3)
Meet Me In St. Louis Louis - J.W. Myers
(vandaag 114 jaar geleden)
(Kerry Mills)
(Baritone Solo)

(#1 hit voor Billy Murray {het origineel} als Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis op 23 juli 1904 [Edison Gold Moulded Record 8722] (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 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]

1910: Arthur Collins – Oh That Beautiful Rag (1 week 3)
Oh That Beautiful Rag - Arthur Collins
(vandaag 108 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Irving Berlin /Muziek: Ted Snyder)

1921: Original Dixieland Jazz Band – St. Louis Blues [Victor 18772] (1 week 3)St. Louis Blues - Original Dixieland Jazz Band

(vandaag 97 jaar geleden)
(W.C. Handy)
(Vocal Chorus-Al Bernard)
(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

(W.C. Handy)
(Comedienne) (Orchestra Accompaniment) als The “St. Louis Blues” op 25 september 1920 [Columbia A2944] (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

(W.C. Handy)
(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) 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-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]

1932: Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – We Just Couldn’t Say Good-Bye [Victor 24088] (2 weken 3)
We Just Couldn’t Say Good Bye - Paul Whiteman
(vandaag 86 jaar geleden)
(Tekst & Muziek: Harry Woods)
(Vocal refrain by Mildred Bailey)

(B-kant van I’ll Never Be the Same)

(#1 hit voor Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians (with Vocal Chorus) (Vocal Chorus by Carmen Lombardo) als We Just Couldn’t Say Good-Bye op 27 augustus 1932 [Brunswick 6350] (78 rpm)

(1932: The Boswell Sisters (Accompanied by The Dorsey Brothers) (Vocal Trio with Orchestra) [Brunswick 6360] (78 rpm)

(#3 album-hit voor Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye (Vocal refrain by Don Cornell and The Three Kaydets) als We Just Couldn’t Say Good Bye in 1948 (LP: Dusty Manuscripts) [RCA Victor 20-3183-B] [RCA Victor P 228] (78 rpm Box Set)

(1956: Barbara Carroll Trio (LP: We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye…) [RCA Victor LPM 1296]

(1956: Patti Page (Orchestra Conducted by Jack Rael) (LP: Music for Two in Love) [Mercury MG-20099]

(1959: Patti Page (Jack Rael and his Orchestra) (LP: Indiscretion) [Mercury Records SR-60059]

1938: Larry Clinton and his Orchestra – You Go To My Head [Victor 25849] (1 week 3)

(vandaag 80 jaar geleden)
(Tekst: Haven Gillespie /Muziek: J. Fred Coots)
(Vocal refrain by Bea Wain)

(#9 hit voor Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by Kenny Sargent) in 1938 [Decca 1782] (78 rpm)

(#20 hit voor Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra (Vocal Chorus Nan Wynn) in 1938 [Brunswick 8141] (78 rpm)

(1938: Billie Holiday and her Orchestra [Vocalion 4126] (78 rpm)

(#1 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra (Orchestra under the direction of Axel Stordahl) in 1946 (LP: The Voice of Frank Sinatra) [Columbia ‎C 112-1] [Columbia 36918] (78 rpm Box Set)

(#5 album-hit voor Doris Day (Orchestra under the direction of John Rarig) in 1949 (10″ LP: You’re My Thrill) [Columbia ‎CL 6071]

(1953: The Dave Brubeck Trio and Quartet ((10″ LP: Jazz at Storyville) [Fantasy ‎3-8]

(1954: Dave Brubeck Octet (10″ LP: Old Sounds from San Francisco) [Fantasy 3-16]

(1954: Al Haig Quartet (10″ LP: Al Haig Quartet) [Period SPL 1104]

(1954: Dick Farney (10″ LP: Música Romântica com Dick Farney) [Continental LPP 2]

(1954: Patti Page (Orchestra Conducted by Jack Rael) (10″ LP: So Many Memories) [Mercury MG 25210]

(#7 album-hit voor Billy May And His Orchestra in 1955 (LP: Sorta-May) [Capitol T-562]

(1956: Patti Page (Orchestra Conducted by Jack Rael) (LP: You Go to My Head) [Mercury MG-20098]

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

(1956: Teddy Wilson and his Piano (LP: Intimate Listening) [Verve Records MG V-2011]

(#14 album-hit voor Les Elgart and his Orchestra in 1957 (LP: For Dancers Also) [Columbia CL 1008]

(#18 album-hit voor Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians als Medley 2: April in Paris / The Very Thought of You / September in the Rain / Night and Day / The Love Nest / Serenade / It Had to Be You / Just a Memory / Love Is the Sweetest Thing / Just a Cottage Small / The Blue Room / You Go to My Head / Dancing on the Ceiling / The Birth of the Blues / April Showers / What Is This Thing Called Love? / When Day Is Done / Body and Soul / It’s Only a Paper Moon / Auld Lang Syne in 1957 (LP: Your Guy Lombardo Medley) [Capitol T-739]

(1957: Ella Mae Morse (with Orchestra Conducted by Billy May) (LP: The Morse Code) [Capitol T-898]

(#12 album-hit voor Frank Sinatra in 1958 (LP: The Frank Sinatra Story in Music) [Columbia C2L-6]

(1958: The Poetic Voice of Franklyn MacCormack With Russ Garcia and His Orchestra (Producer: Si Waronker) (Engineer: Don Gallese) (LP: The Torch Is Burning) [Liberty LRP 3086]

(1959: Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson (LP: Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson) [Verve Records MG V-8322]

(1959: Bev Kelly Sings with the Bob Graf Quartet (LP: You Go to My Head) [VGM VGM 0007]

(1960: Ella Fitzgerald (Orchestra Conducted by Frank DeVol) (LP: Hello Love) [Verve Records MG V-4034]

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

(1961: Ann Richards (LP: Ann, Man!) [Atco Records SD 33-136]

(1961: Sarah Vaughan ‎with Count Basie & His Orch. (Freddie Green, Guitar) (Sonny Payne, Drums) (Edward F. Jones, Jr., Bass) (Chas. Baker Fowlkes, Saxophone) (Frank Wess, Saxophone) (Billy Mitchell, Saxophone) (Frank Foster, Saxophone) (Marshall Royal, Saxophone) (Thad Jones, Trumpet) (Joe Newman, Trumpet) (George Cotten, Trumpet) (Eugene E. Young, Trumpet) (Albert T. Grey, Trombone) (Henry Coker, Trombone) (Benjamin Powell, Trombone) (Produced By Teddy Reig) (LP: Count Basie / Sarah Vaughan) [Roulette ‎SR-52061]

(1962: Bill Evans Quintet (LP: Interplay) [Riverside RM 445]

(1968: Shirley Bassey (Produced by Dave Pell) (Arranged by Sid Feller) (LP: This Is My Life) [United Artists Records UAS 6675] {medley: Goin’ Out of My Head/You Go to My Head}

(1970: The Tony Graye Quartet (LP: “Let’s Swing Away with Tony Graye!”) [Futura LP-55514]

(1972: Jimmy Forrest (LP: Black Forrest) [Delmark DL-427]

(1973: Johnny Hartman (Arranged & Conducted by Tony Monte) (LP: I’ve Been There) [Perception Records PLP-41]

(#33 hit in Engeland voor Bryan Ferry (Produced by Bryan Ferry & Chris Thomas) in 1975 [Island WIP.6234] (45 rpm)

(#167 album-hit voor Dave Brubeck & Paul Desmond (℗ 1975) in 1976 (LP: 1975: The Duets) [Horizon/A&M SP 703]

(#4 album-hit voor Rod Stewart (Produced by Richard Perry) (Associate Producer: Tal Bergman & Renato Neto) (Arranged by Renato Neto, Tal Bergman & Richard Perry) (Recorded by Mark Valentine) (Mixed by Carter Humphrey) in 2002 (CD: It Had to Be You… The Great American Songbook) [J Records ‎80813-20039-2]

(2002: Derek Bailey (CD: Ballads) [Tzadik TZ 7607]

(#109 album-hit voor Smokey Robinson in 2006 (LP: Timeless Love) [New Door Records B0006641 03]

1955: Johnny Desmond – The Yellow Rose Of Texas [Coral 9-61476] (1 week 3)
The Yellow Rose Of Texas - Johnny Desmond

(vandaag 63 jaar geleden)
(Don George)
(Vocal With Chorus And Orchestra Conducted By Dick Jacobs)

(Voor het eerst op de plaat gezet door Ben Jarrell

(Old Time Singin’ & Playin’)
(Acc. by Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters)
als Yellow Rose of Texas in 1927; B-kant van Merry Girl [Gennett 6143] (78 rpm)

(1932: Renfro Valley Boys als The Yellow Rose of Texas [78-Paramount 3316]

(1933: Gene Autry and Jimmy Long (Vocal – Novelty Accompanimet) als The Yellow Rose of Texas [Conqueror 8096] (78 rpm)

(1944: Song (Traditional) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in de film The Yellow Rose of Texas)

(1948: Johnny Denis and His Ranchers als The Yellow Rose of Texas [78-Decca F 9062]

(1949: Roy Rogers (King of the Cowboys) with Orchestra (Traditional) als The Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Roy Rogers Souvenir Album) [RCA Victor ‎WP 215] [RCA Victor 48-0009] (45 rpm Box Set)

(1953: Pirkko Jaakkola “Triola”-yhtye – Johtaja Harry Bergström (Adapt.: Sov. Harry Bergström San. Kullervo [= Tapio Lahtinen] als Keltaruusu (Amerikkalainen Kansanlaulu) [Triola T 4080] (78 rpm) (Finse versie)

(#1 hit voor Mitch Miller with His Orchestra and Chorus

(Don George)
{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} {Classic Song op radiostation KAAM 770 AM Legends in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas}
{Nostalgia Classic Song op radiostation KEZW Studio 1430 AM Denver, Colorado} op 3 september 1955 [Columbia 4-40540] (45 rpm)

(#7 C&W-hit voor Ernest Tubb

(Don George)
(Singing With Instrumental Accompaniment) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1955 [Decca 9-29633] (45 rpm)

(#16 hit voor Stan Freberg with Billy May’s Orchestra

(Don George)
(Vocal with Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires)
(Yankee Snare Drumming: Alvin Stoller als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1955 [Capitol F3249] (45 rpm)

(1955: Billy Cotton and His Band featuring The Bandits (Written by Don George) als Yellow Rose of Texas [Decca F.10602] (78 rpm)

(1955: Ronnie Hilton (Written by Don George) (With Instrumental Accomp. & Voices conducted by Frank Cordell) [His Master’s Voice B. 10924] (78 rpm)

(1955: Vieno Kekkonen ja Decca-yhtye Johtaja Matti Viljanen (Adapt.: Matti Viljanen – Saukki [= Niilo Sauvo Pellervo Puhtila] als Preerian keltainen ruusu (The yellow rose of Texas) [Decca SD 5338] (78 rpm) (Finse versie)

(1955: Willie “The Rock” Knox als Yellow Rose of Texas Rag (LP: Willie “The Rock” Knox Plays Ragtime Piano) [Waldorf Music Hall MH 33-168]

(1955: Bruce Low (Adapt.: Jonny Bartels) (Kurt Edelhagen mit sein Orchester) (Cowboy-Marsch) als Wenn die Sonne scheint in Texas (The Yellow Rose of Texas); B-kant van Golden Jimmy [Polydor H 50 117] (78 rpm) (Duitse versie)

(1955: Gary Miller with Dennis Wilson and his Orchestra and the Beryl Stott Chorus (Written by Don George) als The Yellow Rose of Texas [Pye Nixa N.15004] (78 rpm)

(1955: “Texas” Bill Strength (Vocal with Instrumental Accompaniment) als The Yellow Rose of Texas; B-kant van Cry, Cry, Cry [Capitol F3217] (45 rpm)

(1955: Preben Uglebjerg med kor, Henry Hagemann og hans orkester (Adapt.: Børge Linz) als Texas gule rose (EP: Mamá, el baión) [Polyphon EPS 18] (45 rpm) (Deense versie)

(1955: Olavi Virta, Harmony Sisters ja Triola orkesteri (Adapt.: San. Saukki [= Niilo Sauvo Pellervo Puhtila] – Sov. G de Godzinsky) als Preerian keltainen ruusu (The Yellow Rose Of Texas) [Triola T 4235] (78 rpm) (Finse versie)

(#1 hit in Frankrijk voor avec Jo Moutet et son orchestre

(Paroles anglaises et musique de Don George / Paroles françaises de Jacques Plante) als Je vais revoir ma blonde “Yellow rose of Texas” (EP: Dario Moreno 7) op 10 mei 1956 [Philips 432.115 NE] (45 rpm) (Franse versie)

(#16 album-hit voor Dimitri Tiomkin (Conducted by Ray Heindorf) als Fight Scene (The Yellow Rose of Texas) 1956 op de Warner Bros. Presents: Dimitri Tiomkin’s Music from the Sound track of the George Stevens Production (LP: Giant [Capitol W-773]

(1956: Lys Assia und Chor Adalbert Luczkowsky und sein Orchester

(nach einer amerikanischen Volksweise bearbeitet von Siegfried Ulbrich – Text: Lil Party) als Gelbe Rose dort in Texas; B-kant van Gehst du heute abend wieder mit mir aus …? [Decca D 18 159] (45 rpm) (Duitse versie)

(1956: The Sons of the Pioneers als Yellow Rose of Texas Rag (LP: 25 Favorite Cowboy Songs) [RCA Victor LPM 1130]

(1957: Stan Freberg (Written by Don George) als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Child’s Garden of Freberg) [Capitol T-777]

(1957: Roy Rogers (King of the Cowboys) With Orchestra (Traditional) als The Yellow Rose of Texas [RCA Victor BY-65] (78 rpm)

(#11 album-hit voor Mantovani and his Orchestra (Written by Don George) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1960 (LP: The American Scene) [London LL.3136]

(1960: Rusty Draper With The David Carroll Orchestra (Arranged by Don George) als The Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Hits That Sold a Million) [Mercury Records MMC. 14040]

(1960: Jaye P. Morgan (Orchestra Conducted by Ray Ellis) als The Yellow Rose of Texas / Dixie / Maryland My Maryland (LP: Down South) [MGM SE3867]

(#9 album-hit voor Mitch Miller The Gang and Orchestra (Written by Don George) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1961 (LP: Mitch’s Greatest Hits) [Columbia CS 8638]

(#73 album-hit voor The Bob Prince Quartet, Julie Conway (Exercise Material Compiled by Marie Fromow) (Music, The Bob Price Quartet) (Narrator: Julie Conway) als Exercise 11. The Yellow Rose of Texas (℗ 1960) in 1961 (LP: Good Housekeeping’s Plan for Reducing Off-The-Record) [Harmony HL 7143]

(1961: Dick Curless als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Singing Just for Fun) [Sparton ‎TR 1028]

(#29 album-hit voor Boston Pops Orchestra – Arthur Fiedler, Conductor (Arr. Richard Hayman) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1962 (LP: Pops Roundup) [RCA Victor Red Seal ‎LSC 2595]

(1962: The Hi-Lo’s (Written: Public Domain) (Billy May And His Orchestra) als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: The Hi-Lo’s Happen to Folk Songs) [Reprise R9-6034]

(#40 album-hit voor Peter Nero (Adapt.: Peter Nero) (Conducted and Produced by Marty Gold) (Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City) (Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1963 (LP: The Colorful Peter Nero) [RCA Victor LSP 2618]

(1964: The New Lost City Ramblers als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: String Band Instrumentals) [Folkways FA 2492]

(#134 album-hit voor Bob Booker & George Fister Present Al Tijuana and His Jewish Brass Starring Lou Jacobi (Music Direction & Arrangements Artie Butler) (Adapt.: Bob Booker – Feinerman) (Music Dicection & Arrangements by Artie Butler) als The Yellow Rose of Texas in 1966 (LP: Al Tijuana and His Jewish Brass) [Capitol ST-2596]

(1966: Sonny Stitt (Written by Don George) als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: I Keep Comin’ Back!) [Roulette R-25346]

(1967: Donn Reynolds (Written by Don George) (Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto) (Direction: Ben Weatherby) als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Springtime in the Rockies) [Arc AS 767]

(#177 album-hit voor The Baltimore & Ohio Marching Band (Written by Don George) als Yellow Rose of Texas / Whistle While You Work (℗ 1967) in 1968 (LP: Lapland) [Jubilee JGS 8008]

(1968: James Last (Trad./Bearbeitet James Last) (Potpourri) als The Wreck of the “John B” / The Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Käpt’n James bittet zum Tanz) [Polydor 249 252]

(#96 album-hit voor Elvis Presley (Written by Fred Wise – Randy Starr) als Yellow Rose of Texas / The Eyes of Texas in 1969 (LP: Elvis Sings Flaming Star) [RCA Camden CAS-2304]

(1971: Matti Heinivaho (Adapt.: San. Kullervo [= Tapio Lahtinen] als Keltaruusu (LP: Matti Heinivaho lännen tiellä) [Rytmi RILP 708] (Finse versie)

(1976: Berit (Adapt.: Saukki [= Niilo Sauvo Pellervo Puhtila] als Preerian keltainen ruusu (The Yellow Rose of Texas) (LP: Keltaruusu) [Blue Master Special SPEL 325] (Finse versie)

(1977: Milt Buckner (Written by Don George) als Yellow Rose of Texas (LP: Boogie Woogie) [Black And Blue 33.120]

(1983: Johnny Lee With Lane Brody (Adapt.: Lyrics: John Wilder – Arr. Johnny Lee & Lane Brody) als The Yellow Rose [Warner Bros. Records 7-29375] (45 rpm)

1966: The Beatles – Yellow Submarine [Capitol Records 5715] (1 week 2)Yellow Submarine - The Beatles

(vandaag 52 jaar geleden)
(John Lennon; Paul McCartney)
(Produced in England by George Martin)
{Classic Song op radiostation KAAM 770 AM Legends in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas} {Classic Song op radiostation Cruisin’ 1430 AM in Denver, Colorado} {All Time Favourite Song op Radio Mi Amigo International (Costa Blanca in Spanje 92.3 en 106.0 FM. Uitzendend vanuit Kall in de Eiffel, dagelijks op de kortegolf: van 9 uur ’s ochtends tot 6 uur ’s avonds, met een eigen zender op 6085 kHz in de 49 meter band en op de middengolf via de zender Riga in Letland op 1467 AM, gericht op Scandinavië, de Baltische staten en Noord-Duitsland}

(Later gebruikt in de tekenfim Yellow Submarine met in de hoofdrollen The Beatles, draait vanaf 17 juli 1968 in de Britse biscopen en gaat op 13 november 1968 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen in roulatie)

(#1 album-hit voor The Beatles (Recorded in England) in 1966 (LP: Revolver) [Capitol Records ST-2576]

(1966: The Baroque Inevitable (Produced by John Simon) (LP: The Baroque Inevitable) [Columbia CS 9387]

(1966: Otto Brandenburg, Dario Campeotto, Bjørn Tidmand ‎med orkester under iedelse af Ole Høyer (Adapt.: Thøger Olesen) als En u-båd, der er gul (Yellow submarine) [His Master’s Voice X 8488] (45 rpm) (Deense versie)

(1966: Caravelli (Adapt.: Jean Broussolle) als Le sous-marin vert (LP: Please Love Me) [CBS S 62.761]

(1966: Maurice Chevalier (Adapt.: Jean Broussolle) (Orchestre, direction: Caravelli) als Le sous-marin vert (Yellow submarine) (EP: Le sous-marin vert) [La voix de son maître EGF 940] (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Fanse versie)

(1966: Les Compagnons de la chanson (Adapt.: Jean Broussolle) als Le sous-marin vert (The Yellow submarine) [CBS 2385] (45 rpm) (Fanse versie)

(1966: Les Diamants (Adapt.: Jean Broussolle) als Yellow Submarine (Le sous-marin vert) (EP: Bus Stop (Arrêt d’autobus) [45-Trianon 4612 ETS] (4-track EP) (Fanse versie)

(1966: The Laurie Holloway Quartet (LP: Hit Parade Holloway Style) [Pye NPL 18158]

(1966: George Martin (Produced By George Martin) (LP: George Martin Instrumentally Salutes “The Beatle Girls”) [United Artists UAS 6539]

(1966: Mrs. Elva Miller (Arranged by Lex De Azevedo) (Orchestra under the direction of Fred Bock) (Produced by Lex De Azevedo) (LP: Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?!) [Capitol Records ST-2579]

(1966: Los Mustang (Adapt.: Jorge Córcega) als Submarino amarillo Yellow submarine (EP: Submarino amarillo) [La voz de su amo EPL 14.296] (EMI) (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Spaanse versie)

(1966: Paul Nero Band (LP: Nero’s Dance Party 28 Beat-Hits Non Stop) [Philips 843 930 PY]

(1966: Bill Ramsey (Adapt.: Hans Bradtke) als Yellow Submarine [Polydor 52 725] (Duitse versie)

(1966: Don Randi Trio (Produced by Dick Glasser) (Arranged by Don Randi) (LP: Revolver Jazz) [Reprise RS 6229]

(1966: The Charles River Valley Boys (Produced by Paul Rothchild and Peter K. Siegel) (Recorded in Nashville) (Engineer: Glenn Snoddy) (Production supervisor: Jac Holzman) (LP: Beatle Country) [Elektra EKS-74006]

(1966: Simo ja Spede (Adapt.: Juha Vainio) als Keltainen jäänsärkijä (Yellow submarine) [Scandia KS 664] (45 rpm) (Finse versie)

(1967: Cathy Berberian (LP: Beatles Arias) [Polydor 583 702]

(1967: Albert Brosens en de Deurdouwers (Adapt.: Wim Kan – Tony Dirne) (Tony Dirne Produktie) als Jelle zal wel zien [Relax 45032] (45 rpm)

(1967: Johnny Hoes met het Telstar Koor en Orkest o.l.v. Jean Kraft (Adapt.: Wim Kan – Tony Dirne) als Jelle zal wel zien! [Telstar TS 1261 TF] (45 rpm)

(1967: The Hollyridge Strings (Produced by Al De Lory) (Arranged and Conducted by Perry Botkin, Jr. and Mort Garson) (LP: The Beatles Songbook Vol. 4) [Capitol Records ST-2656]

(1967: Wim Kan (Adapt.: Wim Kan – Tony Dirne) als Jelle sal wel sien [45-Philips JF 333 633]

(1967: Karin Kent met koor en orkestbegeleiding (Adapt.: Wim Kan – Tony Dirne) als Jelle sal wel sien (Yellow submarine) [Decca AT 10 251] (45 rpm)

(1967: The London Jazz Four (Producer: Tony Reeves) (Executive Producer: Chris Parmenter) (Recording Engineer: Eddie Kramer) (LP: Take a New Look at the Beatles) [Polydor 583005]

(1969: Ferrante & Teicher (Produced by George Butler) (Arrangements: Ferrante & Teicher) (Orchestra Conducted by Nick Perito) (Ferrante & Teicher play Baldwin pianos) (Engineer: Frank Laico) (LP: Listen to the Movies with Ferrante & Teicher) [United Artists Records UAS 6701]

(1969: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops (Produced by Peter Dellheim) (Recording Engineer: Bernard Keville) (Arrangements by Richard Hayman) (LP: Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Play the Beatles) [RCA Red Seal LSC-3117]

(1969: Nada Con i Pyranas (Adapt.: Mogol [= Giulio Rapetti] (Produzione: Franco Migliacci) als Yellow Submarine (LP: Nada) [RCA Talent TSL 10444] (Italiaanse versie)

(1969: The Torero Band (LP: Lennon & McCartney – Tijuana Style) [Music for Pleasure 1318] (EMI)

(1972: The Terry Baxter Orchestra and Chorus (Arr. Terry Baxter) (Produced By Betsy Cohen And Ron Lockhart) (Engineer: Frank Decker) (LP: Yesterday – The Wonderful Music of the Beatles) [Columbia Musical Treasuries P6S 5748] (6 LP’s Box Set)

(1972: Rod Hunter (LP: Moog Mania) [Decca 115.128]

(1974: Anita Harris (Produced by Mike Margolis) (LP: Anita Is Peter) [Dolden Hour GH 590]

(1976: François Glorieux (Produced by: Lou Van Rymenant, 8 December 1976) (Recorded at Reward Studios, Belgium) (Engineers: Jerry Clauwers & Ronny Sigo) (LP: François Glorieux Plays the Beatles) [Arcade Records ‎ARC 206]

(1977: Café Crème als Unlimited Citations – 1ère partie: Hey Jude / Day Tripper / Get Back / Back in the USSR / I Want to Hold Your Hand / Hey Jude / Lady Madonna / Yesterday / Yellow Submarine / Ob-la-di Ob-la-da / Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds / Michelle / With a Little Help from My Friends / Penny Lane / Hey Jude  [Bimbo Laurent Rossi BLR 555] (Pathé Marconi EMI) (45 rpm)

(1982: Bobby Crush (Recorded ‘Live’ at Abbey Road Studios) (Musical Supervision and Arranging – Cecil Bolton) (Recording Engineer – Peter Vince) (2nd Engineer – Allen Rouse) (Produced By – Norman Newell) als

Day Trip to Bangor / Lily the Pink / Yellow Submarine (LP: The Bobby Crush Incredible Double Decker Party with 101 Great Songs – Party One / Party Two) [Warwick WW 5126]

(1989: The Allen Toussaint Orchestra (Performed by the ‘Allen Toussaint Orchestra’) (Produced by Allen Toussaint & Marshall Sehorn) (CD: Beatles Songbook: 24 Memorable Themes) [Laser 2668312]

(1991: Los Rolin (CD: Por Rumbas) [Discos CBS International CD-80744]

(1991: Los Rolin (Versión Español.: Jorge Córcega) (Dirigida e realizada por  Jorge Álvarez) als Yellow Submarine (Español) (CD: Por Rumbas) [Discos CBS International CD-80744]

(1992: Beadochons (Adapt.: Titi Wolf) (Parodie de Yellow submarine“) als Seau d’eau sous-marine (CD: 4 Beadochons dans le vent) [Remark Records 517 194-2] (Franse versie)

(1993: Leningrad Cowboys & The Alexandrov Red Army Ensemble (arr. V. Korobko) (CD: Total Balalaika Show – Helsinki Concert) [Plutonium PLUTOCD 7004]

(1996: The Starshine Orchestra & Singers ‎(CD: The Music of Lennon & McCartney – Volume 2) [Hallmark Records ‎310952]

(1998: Rude op de various artists (CD: Reloader – A Tribute to the Beatles) [Doppelganger DOP54]

(1999: The BB Band (Bob Brecker – guitar, vocals) (Dennis White – guitar, vocals) (Randy Frey – bass) (Len McFee – drums, percussion) (Ken Hartman – keyboards, vocals) (Wanda Morrison – vocals) (Sheila Curtis – vocals) (Brenda Clarke – vocals) (CD: I Will Always Love You) [Beautiful Music Collection BMC 87177]

(2001: Studio 99 (CD: Studio 99 Perform All the Beatles No.1s) [Going for a Song GFS308]

(2001: Anneli Saaristo (Adapt.: suom. san. Juha Vainio) als Keltainen jäänsärkijä (Yellow Submarine) op de various artists (CD: Laulava sydän: The Beatles) [Parlophone ‎7243 532486 2 8] (EMI) (Finse versie)

(2003: Stefan Nicolai (CD: Panpipe Plays the Beatles) [Galaxy 3830192]

(2003: Volkers lustiger Musikverein (Adapt.: Volker Rosin) (Aufgenommen im HGM-Tonstudio, Spenge) (Tonmeister: Andreas Torkler) (Arrangements und Produktion: Volker Rosin) als Das bunte Tauchseeboot (LP: The Beatles für Kinder) [Karussell 066 042 2] (Duitse versie)

(2005: Nicotine (CD: Hey Dude! We Love the Beatles!!!) [Sky Records SKYR 77]

(2006: “1964” The Tribute (CD: “1964” the Tribute) [Acronym Recording Studios 837101163347]

(2009: Mike Baiardi (Arranged & Performed By Mike Baiardi) (CD: Rockabye Baby! More Lullaby Renditions of the Beatles) [Rockabye Baby! CD 9659]

(2010: The Coverbeats (CD: Wish We Were the Beatles – A Tribute to the Beatles Greatest Hits) [Documents ‎233083] (10 CD Box Set)

(2012: The Piano Tribute Players (Performed and Produced by the Piano Tribute Players) (CD: 25 Piano Tributes to the Beatles) [CC Entertainment ‎CCE 9712]

1977: The Floaters – Float On (Edit Version) [ABC Records AB-12284] (2 weken 2)
Float On - The Floaters

(vandaag 41 jaar geleden)
(Marvin Willis; Arnold Ingram; James Mitchell)
(Executive Producer: Woody Wilson)

(#41 hit voor Cheech & Chong’s (Special Lyrics by: Richard Marin – Thomas Chong) (Arranged and Conducted by David Foster) als Bloat on Featuring the Bloaters (℗ 1977) in 1978 [Epic-Ode 8-50471] (45 rpm)

(#56 R&B-hit voor Stetsasonic Featuring Force M.D.’s (Produced by Vincent F Bell) (Co-Produced by Stetsasonic) (Mixed by Daddy-O and Bobby Simmons) (Mix Engineer: Bob Coulter) (Mastered by Herb powers, Jr.) in 1989 [Tommy Boy TB 924] [12-inch] (33 ⅓ rpm)

1994: Changing Faces – Stroke You Up (1 week 3)
Stroke You Up - Changing Faces

(vandaag 24 jaar geleden)

(R. Kelly [= Robert Sylvester Kelly]
(Written and Produced by R. Kelly)
(Mixed by R. Kelly and Peter Mokran)
(Engineered by Peter Mokran and Martin Stebbing)
(Assisted by Joshua Shapera)
(Recorded at Chicago Recording Company and Battery Studios)
(Mixed at Chicago Recording Company)
(All Vocals by Changing Faces)
(All Instruments by R. kelly)
(Programming by Peter Mokran and Martin Stebbing)
(Piano by Lafayette Carthon)
(Guitar by Keith Henderson)

2005: Missy Elliott Featuring Ciara & Fatman Scoop – Lose Control (1 week 3)Lose Control - Missy Elliott

(vandaag 13 jaar geleden)

(Missy Elliott [= Melissa Arnette Elliott]; Ciara Harris; G. Isaacs III [= Isaac Freeman]; Juan Atkins; Richard Davis; Curtis Hudson)
(Produced By Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott)
(Recorded At Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL)
(Recorded By Carlos “Loco” Bedoya)
(Assistant Engineers: Marcella Araica, Chris Brown, Vadim Chislov)
(Mixed At Quad Recordings Studios, NYC And PJF Music One, NYC)
(Mixed By Paul J. Falcone)
(Assistant Engineer: Eric Jensen)

(Bevat een sample uit Clear van Cybotron (1996) en bevat samples uit Body Work van Hot Streak (1983)

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

1966: The Sandpipers – Guantanamera [A&M Records 806] (2 weken 3)
Guantanamera - The Sandpipers

(vandaag 52 jaar geleden)
(Spaanse tekst: José Marti /Arr.: Hector Angulo; Pete Seeger)
(Produced by Tommy LiPuma)
(Arranged by Mort Garson)
(Eng. Bruce Botnick)

(#9 hit in de Hot 100 op 17 september 1966)

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

(Het origineel is van Cuarteto Caney (Written by Joseíto Fernández) als Guajira Guantanamera uit 1938 [78-Columbia 5741X]

(1940: Orq. de Joseito Fernández (Written by Joseíto Fernández) (Canta Joseito Fernández) als A mi Madre (Guajira Guantanamera); B-kant van Campo vivo [Victor 83240] (78 rpm)

(1948: Conjunto Cuba Libre (Written by Osvaldo Gainza) (Jose Mora – Piano) (Walfredo – Trumpet) (Reyes – Bass) (Bilingui – Bongo) (Sanchez – Guitar) (Figueroa – Conga) (Supervision of Gabriel Oller, Jr.) als Guajira Guantanamera [Coda 5031] (78 rpm)

(1961: Hector Angulo als Guajira Guantanamera)

(#42 album-hit voor Pete Seeger (Music Adaptation by Hector Angulo – Pete Seeger) (Recorded Live at His Historic Carnegie Hall Concert, June 8, 1963) als Guantanamera in 1963 (LP: We Shall Overcome) [Columbia CS 8901]

(1963: The Weavers als Guantanamera (LP: Reunion at Carnegie Hall, 1963) [Vanguard VSD-2150]

(1964: Los Machucambos (Written by Ramón Espígul) als Guantanamera [Decca 460.860] (45 rpm) (4-track EP)

(#7 album-hit voor Roger Williams (Orchestra Arranged And Conducted By Ralph Carmichael) (Produced By Hy Grill) (Roger Williams At The Piano) in 1966 (LP: Born Free) [Kapp KS 3501]

(#13 album-hit voor The Sandpipers ‎(Produced By Tommy LiPuma) (Arranged By Mort Garson) (Engineered By Bruce Botnick) (Spanish Consultant: Miss Consuelo Ortega) in 1966 (LP: Guantanamera) [A&M Records ‎SP-4117]

(#35 hit in Nederland voor Rob de Nijs met koor en orkest o.l.v. Ger van Leeuwen (Adapt.: Peter Boronov) (Arr. Pete Seeger/Hector Angulo) als Anna Paulowna (Guantanamera) in 1966 [Philips JF 333 584] (45 rpm)

(#127 album-hit voor The Pozo-Seco Singers in 1966 (LP: “Time”) [Columbia CS 9315]

(1966: Joe Dassin (Adapt.: Jean-Michel Rivat) als Guantanamera [CBS 2449] (45 rpm) (Franse versie)

(1966: Les Diamants (Adapt.: Jean-Michel Rivat) als Guantanamera (EP: Guantanamera) [Trianon 4622 ets] (45 rpm) (4-track EP) (Franse versie)

(1966: The Laurie Holloway Quartet (LP: Hit Parade Holloway Style) [Pye NPL 18158]

(1966: Chim Kothari (LP: Sound of Sitar) [Deram SML 1002]

(1966: Les McCann (LP: Les McCann Plays the Hits) [Limelight LS 86041]

(1966: Pete Seeger (Music adaptation by Hector Angulo and Pete Seeger) (Produced by John Hammond & Mike Berniker) als Guantanamera; B-kant van Draft Dodger Rag [Columbia 4-43699] (45 rpm)

(#76 album-hit voor Midnight String Quartet (With Harpsichord, Piano And Rhythm) (Arranged by Glen D. Hardin) in 1967 (LP: Spanish Rhapsodies for Young Lovers) [Viva V-36004]

(#90 album-hit voor John Gary (Arranged and conducted by Marty Gold) in 1967 (LP: Spanish Moonlight) [RCA Victor LSP 3785]

(1967: Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra (Produced by Teo Macero) (LP: The Kostelanetz Sound of Today) [Columbia CS 9409]

(#147 album-hit voor The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett in 1969 (LP: The Best of the 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett) [Liberty LLS-14045]

(1970: Duo Cabrisas Farach con César Morales y su Orq. (Written by Ramón Espígul) als La Guantanamera (LP: Fiesta Guajira) [Modiner NG-241]

(1974: Joan Baez (Produced by Joan Baez and Henry Lewy) als Guantanamera; B-kant van Forever Young [A&M Records 1516-S] (45 rpm)

(1974: Joan Baez (Produced by Joan Baez and Henry Lewy) als Guantanamera (LP: Gracias a la Vida (Here’s to Life) [A&M Records SP-3614]

(#50 album-hit voor Celia Cruz in 1992 op de various Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD: The Mambo Kings) [Elektra 7559-61240-2]

(#62 pop-hit voor Wyclef Jean Featuring Refugee Allstars (Produced by Wyclef Jean) (Co-Produced by Jerry “Te Bass” Duplessis) (Featuring Celia Cruz and Jeni Fujita) in 1997 [albumtrack] (CD: Wyclef Jean Presents the Carnival) [Ruffhouse Records / Columbia ‎CK 67974]

(1997: Tito Puente (CD: 50 Years of Swing: 50 Great Years & Tracks) [RMM – RMD3-82050]

1988: Taylor Dayne – I’ll Always Love You [Arista AS1- 9700] (2 weken 2)
I’ll Always Love You - Taylor Dayne

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Jimmy George)
(Produced By Ric Wake)

(#3 hit in de Hot 100 op 24 september 1988)

Billboard Country & Western chart: 

1983: Charley Pride – Night Games [RCA PB-13542] (1 week 1)
Night Games - Charley Pride

(vandaag 35 jaar geleden)
(Norro Wilson; Blake Mevis)
(Produced by Norro Wilson)
(Strings arranged by D. Bergen White)
(Performed by The Nashville String Machine Horns)
{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

1988: Eddy Raven – Joe Knows How To Live [RCA 8303-7-R] (1 week 1)

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Graham Lyle; Troy Seals; Max D. Barnes)
(Produced by Barry Beckett)
{Classic Non-Hot 100 Song in Joel Whitburn’s Top Pop Singles 1955-2010}

2005: Brooks & Dunn – Play Something Country (1 week 1)
Play Something Country - Brooks & Dunn

(vandaag 13 jaar geleden)
(Ronnie Dunn; Terry McBride)

(#37 hit in de Hot 100 op 17 september 2005)

2011: Jake Owen – Barefoot Blue Jean Night (1 week 1)
Barefoot Blue Jean Night - Jake Owen

(vandaag 7 jaar geleden)
(Dylan Altman; Eric Paslay; Terry Sawchuck)

(#21 hit in de Hot 100 op 17 september 2011)

Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart:

1949: The Orioles – Tell Me So [Jubilee 5005] (1 week 1)
Tell Me So - The Orioles

(vandaag 69 jaar geleden)
(Deborah Chessler)
(Vocal Quintet with Rhythm)

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

1966: Wilson Pickett – Land Of 1000 Dances [Atlantic 45-2348] (1 week 1)
Land Of 1000 Dances - Wilson Pickett

(vandaag 52 jaar geleden)
(Chris Kenner)

(#6 hit in de Hot 100 op 10 september 1966)

(Tekst is afgeleid van de spititual Children, Go Where I Send Thee)

(#77 pop-hit voor Chris Kenner {het origineel} in 1963 [Instant Records 3252] (45 rpm)

(#113 album-hit voor The Miracles (Produced by Holland & Dozier) (℗ 1963) in 1964 (LP: Doin’ Mickey’s Monkey) [Tamla TM-245]

(#30 pop-hit voor Cannibal and The Headhunters (A Faro Production) (Recorded “Live” at The Rhythm Room) in 1965 [Rampart 642] (45 rpm)

(#67 pop-hit voor Thee Midniters in 1965 [Chattachoochee Records CH-666] (45 rpm)

(#135 Bubbling Under Hot 100-hit voor Round Robin als Land of 1000 Dances “The Na Na Song” in 1965 [Domain 1420]

(1965: The Knickerbockers (LP: Jerk and Twine Time) [Challenge Records CHS 2521]

(#5 album-hit in Engeland voor Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band in 1966 (LP: Hand Clappin’ Foot Stompin’ Funky-Butt… Live!) [Piccadilly NPL 38026]

(#106 Bubbling Under Hot 100-hit voor Cannibal & The Headhunters als Land of a Thousand Dances in 1966 [Date 2-1525] (45 rpm) (Heruitgave van de 1965 song)

(1965: The Invictas (LP: The Invictas à Go-Go) [Sahara Records SA-101]

(1967: Willie Mitchell (LP: The Hit Sound of Willie Mitchell) [Hi Records SHL 32034]

(#13 album-hit voor Tom Jones in (℗ 1967) in 1969 (LP: Tom Jones Live! At the Talk of the Town) [Parrot PAS 71014]

(#95 pop-hit voor The Electric Indian (Produced by Len Barry & Tom Sellers In Cooperation with John Madara Enterprises, Ltd.) (Arranged by Tom Sellers & Len Barry) in 1969 [United Artists Records SUA 50613] (45 rpm)

(1969: Trini Lopez, Nancy Ames and The Ventures (Produced by Jackie Barnett) (Musical Director: Mitchell Ayres) op Trini Lopez (LP: The Trini Lopez Show – Original TV Special Soud Track) [Reprise RS 6361]

(1971: James Darren als (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction: Land of 1000 Dances (LP: Mammy Blue) [Kirshner KES-115]

(#60 pop-hit voor The J. Geils Band (Produced and Arranged by Seth Justman) in 1983 [EMI America B-8156] (45 rpm)

(#86 album-hit voor Tina Turner in 1988 (LP: Tina Live in Europe) [Capitol Records C1-90126]

(#2 album-hit voor Wilson Pickett in 1994 (Soundtrack Executive Producers: Robert Zemeckis, Joel Sill & Glen Brunman) (CD Bonus Track) op de various artists (CD: Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack) [Epic Soundtrax E2K 66329]

(#99 album-hit voor Wilson Pickett in 1997 op de various artists Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD: The Full Monty) [RCA Victor ‎09026-68904-2]

1988: Michael Jackson – Another Part Of Me [Epic 34-07962] (1 week 1)
Another Part Of Me - Michael Jackson

(vandaag 30 jaar geleden)
(Michael Jackson)
(Recorded and mixed by Bruce Swedien)
(Mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering)
(Produced by Quincy Jones)
(Co-Produced by Michael Jackson)
(Remixed by Bruce Swedien)
(Published ℗ 1987)

(#11 hit in de Hot 100 op 10 september 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)



1960: The Ventures – Walk Don’t Run (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 58 jaar geleden)
(Johnny Smith)

(#2 hit in de US Hot 100 op 29 augustus 1960)

{Timeless Classic Song op radiostation KIXI (880 AM) Mercer Island-Seattle, Washington}

(Het origineel is van Johnny Smith uit 1954 (10” LP: In a Sentimental Mood) [Royal Roost RLP 424]

(#8 hit voor The Ventures (Produced By Dick Glasser) als Walk – Don’t Run ’64 in 1964 [Dolton Records 96] (45 rpm) {nieuwe opname}

1973: Shirley Bassey – Never, Never, Never (Grande Grande Grande) (2 weken 1)
(vandaag 45 jaar geleden)
(Tony Renis; Al Testa; Norman Newell)
(Arr. & Cond. by Arthur Greenslade)
(Produced by Noel Rogers)

(#48 hit in de US Hot 100 op 14 juli 1973)

(#1 hit in Italië voor Mina {het origineel} als Grande, grande, grande in 1972 [45-PDU PA. 1070]

(1993: Sandra Kim als La rue de nos premiers baisers (CD: Les Sixties) [[Marino 514 808-2] {Franse versie}

(1993: Sandra Kim als Nooit of nooit (CD: Sixties) [Marino/PolyGram 514 742-2]

 1984: George Michael – Careless Whisper [Epic ES 976] (4 weken 1)
(vandaag 34 jaar geleden)
(George Michael; Andrew Ridgeley)
(Arranged and Produced by George Michael)

(#1 hit in de US Hot 100 op 16 februari 1985)

(#63 hit in Amerika voor Seether [albumtrack] in 2009 [Wind-Up] (CD: Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces)


1989: Bobby Brown – On Our Own (3 weken 1)
(vandaag 29 jaar geleden)
(L.A. Reid [ = Antonio M. Reid]; Babyface [ = Kenneth Brian Edmonds]; Daryl Simmons)
(Produced By L.A. & Babyface)

(#2 hit in de US Hot 100 op 5 augustus 1989)

(Uit de film Ghostbusters II met in de hoofdrol Billy Murray & Dan Aykroyd, draait vanaf 16 juni 1989 in de Amerikaanse bioscopen)

2007: 50 Cent Featuring Justin Timberkale – Ayo Technology (3 weken 1)
(vandaag 11 jaar geleden)
(Curtis Jackson; Tim Mosley; Nate Hills; Justin Timberlake)
(Produced by [ = Timothy Zachery Mosley]
(Co-Produced by Danja [ = Floyd Nathaniel Hills]
(Recorded by Demo @ Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL, Pressure Point Studios, Chicago, IL & Studio 7303 Houston, TX)
(Additional Recording by Ian Stewart & Gary Hadfield @ Blueprint Studios, Manchester, UK)
(Mixed by Demo @ Legacy Studios, NYC, NY & Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL)
(Assisted by Seamus “Shameless” Tyson + Justin Timberlake)

(#5 hit in de US Hot 100 op 29 september 2007)

2012: Titanium – Come On Home (1 week 1)
(vandaag 6 jaar geleden)
(Vince Harder)


Australia and New Zealand charts sourced from Wikipedia


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