Label: Time Life Music - HPD-12,CBS - A 21446 • Series: Your Hit Parade - HPD-12 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Easy Listening, Big Band, Vocal, Swing
Search this site with Google Other Years: s s s s s s s s s s s s This page lists the top songs of in the source charts. The way that the various charts are combined to reach this final list is described on the in the site generation page.
There is also a set of monthly tables showing the various number ones on any date during Between and there are few available charts at least that we can find. These results should be treated with some caution since, with few exceptions, they are based on fairly subjective charts and biased towards the USA.
During this era music was dominated by a number of "Big Bands" and songs could be attributed to the band leader, the band name, the lead singer or a combination of the them. It is common, for example, to see the same song listed with three different artists. And, just to stop us from getting bored, the success of a song was tied to the sales of sheet music, so a popular song would often be perfomed by many different combinations of singers and bands and the contemporary charts would list the song, without clarifying whose version was the major hit.
Where we have Love Somebody - Various - 1948 such issues we have attempted to consolidate the entries using the most widely accepted value for Love Somebody - Various - 1948 artist in each case. Cannot find out what it was Billboard was not published on 16 Augwe suspect you mean 14 Aug in which case Google books is the site you need, it has a complete scan of that edition including Love Somebody - Various - 1948 two out of town reviews that Lee Zhito published that day.
I would like to know where i can find the words to this song,or,get adisc. I am trying to find the name of a drop candy wrapped in foil that was also a song title in I hope that you can help me out. Is it possible to narrow the search to the top record of this particular day please Thanks.
Elderly woman at an assisted living facility would like to hear a song the NEW LOOK about the new look in fashion for women in the 40's. She wasn't certain about the title. Could you point me in a direction for searching further? As it happens you could have found it in the site index under "New Look, The" or by entering "new look" in the search box on the top of the page. This is a duet with Buddy Clark. It was issued on the flip side of 13, LoveSomebody. Martin ].?
As far as we can see Doris Love Somebody - Various - 1948 never had a hit called exactly "Black Magic".
Probably the theme song from Mondo Cane: "More" than the greatest love the world has known, This is the love I give to you alone, More than the simple words I try to say Both Bing and the Andrews Sisters recorded this song individually, but I fond no evedence of a duet recording. You have the Andrews Sisters recording as 36 in These two listings are the same recording - Peggy Lee backed by her husband Dave Barbour's orchestra. Indeed there are a number of songs that fall into the same group, they have all been assigned to Peggy Lee.
Thanks for the fix. These two entries are the same recording - Benny Goodman with Peggy Lee doing the vocal. It charted at 1 in then was reissued in and charted at For a confirmation of these two listings being the same recording see The Big Band Discography by Brian Rust.
He only lists recordings made up until the Musician's Union strike Rompe Saraguey - Various - Salsa Brava VOL.2but lists all known reissues of each recording as of the date of his research.
Pop Memories by Joel Whitburn also states that the Columbia is a re-issue of the Okeh recording. You are clearly correct. We would normally list this under Peggy Lee, however the reissue in makes it more complex, we'd like to note the reissue in some way rather than adding its weeks on to the release. So we think the best course is to change the entries to Peggy Lee and the ones to Benny Goodman and make sure this note is posted on both artist's pages so interested users can see what we've done.
I know there was a Vince Vance Love Somebody - Various - 1948 of this song,but I can't find any mention of a Spike Jones version anywhere but here. The original source of one Mr. Hyde - Rawhead Rexx - Rawhead Rexx the charts mislabeled it as "All I Want For Christmas is You" it had the correct title for the first week of its run.
My brothers and I remember a record Dad used to play that had a chorus that sounded like they Love Somebody - Various - 1948 singing "Ka viva viva vit". We're all in our early 60's so the song was probably written or being played about the period of 5 years either side of It was sung by a group, male and female in close harmony and had a bit of accordian in there and sounded a bit "Jo Stafford-ish".
I can sing the tune all the way through but don't know the words and don't know the title. Do you have any idea what it could be called? Your suggested correction does seem to be a valid one. We have made the change, thanks for the fix. You could buy the individual tracks from iTunes or Amazon and make it one of course.
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