Judy Garland Dear Mr. It was so well received that the song made it into the film Broadway Melody of He gave lavish parties on a regular basis. Many of these parties would be filmed and shown as extras before or after an MGM movie. Eddie Duchin De-Lovely Another hit from the Cole Porter musical Anything Goes, this song would reappear over and over again as the Musical is revived on a regular basis. The song is sung by the hero of the musical Billy Crocket who is a stowaway on the ship where the musical takes place. Though song by the male lead in the show the song would go on to become more associated with Ethel merman as she would record it several times. First, the song was recorded as a love song, but then also recorded as a Christmas song. Not necessarily a specific Christmas song but somehow associated with the holiday. The song was finally officially published in 13 years after its initial recording.
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Welcome to The 50 , a Napster scheme in which we attempt to compile the biggest, best, most historically remarkable songs of every year. Our list of 50 tracks -- presented here in no particular order, ideally flowing like a time-traveling DJ set -- has been argued over and grudgingly agreed upon by our full editorial staff. Please enjoy. In Europe and Asia, things were already heating up, cracking apart, turning downright ominous.
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Top Brazil Songs of The list on this page is for all 1 hit Pop singles for using proprietary methods. The results in this chart are not affiliated with any mainstream or commercial chart and may not reflect charts seen elsewhere. The singles were tracked by international sales, radio airplay, social media mentions, website votes, jukebox plays and digital downloads. List of 1 Pop Singles for The list on this page is for all 1 hit Pop singles for using proprietary methods.
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. 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.