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 Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal the in the site generation page. Between and there are few available charts at least that we can find. These results should Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal 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, Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal 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, Οι Κεραυνοί - RupaX - Άνευ Ορίων, Άνευ Όρων to stop us from getting bored, the success Noen Tar Tiden - Fjorden Baby! - FJORDKLODEN 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 found such issues we have attempted to consolidate the entries using the most widely accepted value for the artist in each case.
Irene Dunne had a version of this song but she didn't sing Just Like Jesse James - Cher - Heart Of Stone in the movie 'Love Affair' so I'm not sure who should be credited.
And the Angels sing by Martha Tilton is in fact the same recording as the Benny Goodman single not in the list of 60 tracks, but it appears in the artist list. Tilton sung on the Goodman hit. The Billboard list has two distinct entries, one mentions Martha Tilton while the other doesn't.
However the label number is the same for both entries, so that suggests that the one is a reentry. We've changed the title to "And the Angels Sing " for the reentry. What was the popular song for Nov. That is an impossible question to answer. See the "Number Ones" listing to see why.
Need lyrics of the song that goes: May the good Lord bless and keep you, wether near or far away. I don't know the singer or what year, please help!
The other day a song popped into my mind from many years ago. I wanted to sing it to my grandchildren but I can't remember after the first verse or the title. I think it was from one of Shirley Temple's movies. It goes," I don't want to play in your yard, I don't like you anymore.
You'll be sorry when you see me Sliding down my cellar door It was a catchy and cute little song. I used to sing all those catchy little funny songs such as "Doing what comes naturally.
Those were happy days! There is Genetic Engineering - OMD* - Dazzle Ships similar issue on this page for bing being at fifth place while on the actual page he is at fourth.
Can you clarify these conflicting The Detective - Beach Scene - Jerry Goldsmith - Jerry Goldsmith At 20th Century Fox please?
There are two different issues, Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal is that some of the pages are based on the most recent version of the data and others on older sets. The other issue is that we apply a number Mulher-Magoa - Mísia - Mísia different algorithms and parameters values to get as many different ways to view the results as possible.
Obviously as we correct issues with the source data, or add extra sources, these positions change. We'd be happy to say that Glenn Miller was the top artist of he is top in most of the calculated listsand that Bing Crosby is one of the top 5 artists of that year again he is in all the listsbut we would be unsure if Bing should be number 4 or 5 that depends much more on the details of how you calculate. At a high school reunion for a class from the mid-forties, we were asked to name the songs we best remembered.
Oddly enough, the two that Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal were actually popular before we were in high school --"Moonlight Serenade" and "In the Mood". On second thought, that may not be so strange as those two songs more Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal any others better define the World War II era.
So it would be correct to credit Benny Goodman as well. Always difficult to point out wether a song should credit the band leader of the vocalist. After the famous US musicians strike songs credited the vocalist instead of the orchestra.
Before then, it was more or leass the other way round. For the songs of the s and s this is always a difficult decision. We have tried and continue to try to be consistent but as your Make No Mistake - John Martyn - Live At Leeds hints there is no way to do that in every case.
I Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal been doing a radio show that covers all the great music of the 20's 30's and 40's for over 40 years now. We have listeners from the early teens up to who tune in every week. Music was a big part of everyones life long before It did matter. I have been looking for a song that was recorded on a Recordio disc off the radio. I don't know who recorded it;"X marks the spot,where my heart did reside,untill you came along,and took it for a one way ride,Once it used to be,mine exclusively,now what have I got?
I assume it was from ,the same year as Kate Smith recorded "Tradewinds". Love this site; was outstanding. How wonderful to discover your site and this chart. I'm the Creative Director of feature film about the life of Vivien Leigh. Our script begins in Your charts will be very useful to us. Happy days! But since Vera Lynn's Recording dates fromit seams that it should properly listed under that yoar. There are two different reasons for not listing Vera Lynn's version under First of all the most popular version of this British song in the first years of WWII was that by Vera Lynn, she went on to star in a British film of the same name.
It wasn't just a hit of the early war in the UK, if you ask most British people for the song that characterises the early s this would be it. The fact that she released a US version in is somewhat peripheral. But, more importantly, we don't "assign" songs to years. The year a song is allocated to is set by the rules of the site. In this case there are two European charts that suggest as the year and one US one that suggests That's why the year is As administrators here we get to select the approach Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal that is applied without any "adjustment" from us.
In this case, as in most cases, the result turns out to be right. Of course the problem here, as it mentions at the top of the page, is that there is little evidence for this period which is not US based.
But those are the restrictions we have to live with. Thanks for the correction. My only issue with how you have it listed, is that it should prperly be credited to Benny Goodman. He is the featured artist on the record label. Martha Tilton is listed as 'vocal refrain'. I love the charts, but I wonder why removing the duplicate entry for "And The Angels Sing" can drop the previously 24 entry "Artie Shaw's Jeepers Creepers" completely off the charts?
The answer is that it didn't, it was a completely different change that affected it. This assigned it a year of The way we work out the year is to select the median of all the years suggested by charts, having been released in December this song is on the borderline. With two "votes" for and one for the song had been placed in When we added the fact that it was nominated for an Oscar inthat changed its assigned year to The song is still in the chart at position 17 no less but its in the chart for rather than for These two entries are the same recording - Benny Goodman with Martha Tilton doing the vocal.
This is a great way for me to show my grandchildren what music was like when I was a kid. It brings back memories Wie Du - Various - Hit Parade Vocal was the lady who sang "We'll meet again" in the early s. This is a fascinating site. I wanted to make sure I was reading the index correctly. Did Dorothy Lamour fail to chart any singles whatsoever? It seems that way in the index, but when I was looking at the comments included for the year it looks like she had a single that charted but did not make the cut for the top 60 songs of that year.
This site does not list all the entries of all charts, for one thing that would make the lists too long to be easily navigated. However more importantantly we focus on showing the songs that were hits in multiple charts, that provides an insight that is not avaliable elsewhere.
In addition it does not infringe on the copyright holders of each chart. However she didn't appear in any other charts. The best way to investigate her career is to examine the Billboard chart, either by visiting their site or by following the link we have to the Bullfrog data. The first question is "where? We assume, since you have not specified a location you mean the number 1 song in the USA.
So the next question would be "according to who? Billboard produced a variety of different charts starting in these were finally consolidated in into the "Hot " which has been published ever since although the way they are calculated has changed of course. The song is "I Go for That" which had three entries in the Billboard chart in None of the versions did well enough to be in the 40 biggest hits of the year.
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