Song artist 187 - Marion Harris

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Marion Harris Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Marion Harris. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Marion Harris I Ain't Got Nobody 1921 US invalid BB 1 of 1921, POP 1 of 1921, US Billboard 3 - Jun 1921 (7 weeks), Brazil 18 of 1922, nuTsie 45 of 1920s, RYM 21 of 1921
2 Marion Harris After You've Gone 1919 US Billboard 1 - Jan 1919 (9 weeks), ASCAP song of 1919, Library of Congress artifact added 2012 (1918), Brazil 20 of 1920
3 Marion Harris Tea For Two 1925 US Billboard 1 - Jan 1925 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 2 of 1925, POP 2 of 1925, Brazil 6 of 1925, RYM 30 of 1924
4 Marion Harris St Louis Blues 1920 US Billboard 1 - Aug 1920 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 4 of 1920, POP 6 of 1920, Brazil 16 of 1921, RYM 15 of 1920
5 Marion Harris The Man I Love 1928 US Billboard 4 - 1928 (7 weeks), US invalid BB 4 of 1928, POP 4 of 1928, aceterrier.com 38 of the 1920s (1927), Brazil 56 of 1928, RYM 114 of 1928
6 Marion Harris Look For The Silver Lining 1921 US Billboard 1 - Apr 1921 (10 weeks), US invalid BB 12 of 1921, POP 14 of 1921, Brazil 34 of 1922, RYM 22 of 1921
7 Marion Harris Spring Is Here Again 1942 UK Sheet Music 1 for 1 week - May 1942, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 - Apr 1942 (6 weeks)
8 Marion Harris I'm a Jazz Vampire 1921 US Billboard 8 - Feb 1921 (2 weeks), US invalid BB 10 of 1921, POP 10 of 1921, RYM 14 of 1920
9 Marion Harris Jealous 1924 US Billboard 3 - Sep 1924 (6 weeks), Brazil 25 of 1925, RYM 62 of 1924
10 Marion Harris I'm Just Wild About Harry 1922 US Billboard 4 - Oct 1922 (5 weeks), POP 7 of 1922, RYM 14 of 1922
11 Marion Harris Dirty Hands! Dirty Face! 1923 POP 5 of 1923, US Billboard 6 - Oct 1923 (3 weeks), RYM 11 of 1923
12 Marion Harris There'll Be Some Changes Made 1924 US Billboard 7 - Oct 1924 (3 weeks), POP 13 of 1924, RYM 83 of 1924
13 Marion Harris Carolina in the Morning 1923 US Billboard 4 - Jan 1923 (4 weeks), nuTsie 68 of 1920s
14 Marion Harris How Come You Do Me Like You Do 1924 US Billboard 5 - Aug 1924 (4 weeks), Jazz Standard 690
15 Marion Harris I'm Nobody's Baby 1921 US Billboard 3 - Oct 1921 (8 weeks), RYM 27 of 1921
16 Marion Harris Aggravatin' Papa 1922 US Billboard 3 - Mar 1923 (6 weeks), RYM 51 of 1922
17 Marion Harris Some Sunny Day 1922 US Billboard 3 - Jun 1922 (5 weeks), RYM 55 of 1922
18 Marion Harris It Had to Be You 1924 US Billboard 3 - Jul 1924 (5 weeks), RYM 80 of 1924
19 Marion Harris Rose of The Rio Grande 1922 US Billboard 3 - Apr 1923 (6 weeks), RYM 92 of 1922
20 Marion Harris They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me 1917 US Billboard 2 - Dec 1917 (5 weeks)
21 Marion Harris A Good Man Is Hard to Find 1919 US Billboard 2 - May 1919 (9 weeks)
22 Marion Harris Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad) 1920 US Billboard 4 - Dec 1920 (6 weeks), RYM 31 of 1920
23 Marion Harris Nobody Lied (When They Said I Cried Over You) 1922 US Billboard 4 - Oct 1922 (5 weeks), RYM 50 of 1922
24 Marion Harris Sweet Indiana Home 1922 US Billboard 5 - Oct 1922 (3 weeks), RYM 49 of 1922
25 Marion Harris Beale Street Blues 1921 US Billboard 5 - Dec 1921 (4 weeks), RYM 53 of 1921
26 Marion Harris Who's Sorry Now? 1923 US Billboard 5 - Sep 1923 (4 weeks), RYM 79 of 1923
27 Marion Harris Grieving for You 1920 US Billboard 7 - Mar 1921 (2 weeks), RYM 30 of 1920
28 Marion Harris Blue (And Broken Hearted) 1922 US Billboard 7 - Dec 1922 (3 weeks), RYM 49 of 1922
29 Marion Harris Beside a Babbling Brook 1923 US Billboard 7 - Jul 1923 (4 weeks), RYM 77 of 1923
30 Marion Harris Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues (But I'm Happy) 1918 US Billboard 3 - May 1918 (5 weeks)
31 Marion Harris Jazz Baby 1919 US Billboard 3 - Jul 1919 (7 weeks)
32 Marion Harris Oh Judge (He Treats Me Mean) 1920 US Billboard 11 - Oct 1920 (1 week), RYM 16 of 1920
33 Marion Harris When You & I Were Sixteen 1925 US Billboard 11 - Jun 1925 (1 week), RYM 85 of 1925
34 Marion Harris Did You Mean It? 1928 US Billboard 14 - 1928 (2 weeks), RYM 114 of 1928
35 Marion Harris Nobody's Using It Now 1929 US Billboard 20 - 1930 (1 week), RYM 99 of 1929
36 Marion Harris When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France 1918 US Billboard 4 - Sep 1918 (4 weeks)
37 Marion Harris I'll See You in My Dreams 1925 US Billboard 4 - Mar 1925 (5 weeks)
38 Marion Harris Runnin' Wild 1922 Jazz Standard 482, RYM 78 of 1923
39 Marion Harris Take Me to the Land of Jazz 1919 US Billboard 5 - Sep 1919 (4 weeks)
40 Marion Harris I Ain't Got Nobody (1917) 1917 US Billboard 5 - Jan 1917 (4 weeks)
41 Marion Harris Left All Alone Again Blues 1920 US Billboard 5 - Jul 1920 (3 weeks)
42 Marion Harris Somebody Loves Me 1925 US Billboard 7 - Jan 1925 (2 weeks)
43 Marion Harris Paradise Blues 1917 US Billboard 7 - Feb 1917 (2 weeks)
44 Marion Harris I'm Gonna Make Hay While the Sun Shines in Virginia 1916 US Billboard 8 - Dec 1916 (2 weeks)
45 Marion Harris There's a Lump of Sugar Down in Dixie 1918 US Billboard 8 - Sep 1918 (2 weeks)
46 Marion Harris Someone Else Walked Right In 1923 RYM 11 of 1923
47 Marion Harris Never Let No One Man Worry Your Mind 1920 RYM 14 of 1920
48 Marion Harris My Cradle Melody 1922 RYM 14 of 1922
49 Marion Harris Homesickness Blues 1920 RYM 15 of 1920
50 Marion Harris He Done Me Wrong 1920 RYM 16 of 1920
51 Marion Harris Where Is My Daddy Now Blues 1921 RYM 21 of 1921
52 Marion Harris I'm Gonna Do It If I Like 1921 RYM 22 of 1921
53 Marion Harris I Wonder Where My Sweet Daddy Has Gone 1921 RYM 27 of 1921
54 Marion Harris Yankee 1920 RYM 30 of 1920
55 Marion Harris The Blues Have Got Me 1924 RYM 30 of 1924
56 Marion Harris I Told You So 1920 RYM 31 of 1920
57 Marion Harris Dixie Highway 1922 RYM 32 of 1922
58 Marion Harris Brother in Law Dan 1922 RYM 32 of 1922
59 Marion Harris Stealing to Virginia 1922 RYM 49 of 1922
60 Marion Harris Haunting Blues 1922 RYM 50 of 1922
61 Marion Harris Hot Lips 1922 RYM 51 of 1922
62 Marion Harris I'm Looking for a Bluebird (To Chase My Blues Away) 1921 RYM 52 of 1921
63 Marion Harris Send Back My Honey Man 1922 RYM 52 of 1922
64 Marion Harris Away Down South 1922 RYM 52 of 1922
65 Marion Harris Sweet Cookie 1921 RYM 52 of 1921
66 Marion Harris Who Cares 1922 RYM 53 of 1922
67 Marion Harris Mississippi Choo Choo 1922 RYM 53 of 1922
68 Marion Harris Memphis Blues 1921 RYM 53 of 1921
69 Marion Harris I've Got the Wonder Where He Went & When He's Coming Back Blues 1922 RYM 54 of 1922
70 Marion Harris Cuddle Up Blues 1922 RYM 54 of 1922
71 Marion Harris Poor Little Me 1922 RYM 55 of 1922
72 Marion Harris Maybe You Think You're Fooling 1922 RYM 56 of 1922
73 Marion Harris Malinda Brown 1922 RYM 56 of 1922
74 Marion Harris I Don't Want You to Cry Over Me 1923 RYM 61 of 1923
75 Marion Harris St Louis Gal 1923 RYM 61 of 1923
76 Marion Harris Hey Hey & Hee Hee (I'm Charleston Crazy) 1924 RYM 62 of 1924
77 Marion Harris Dearest 1923 RYM 77 of 1923
78 Marion Harris Waitin' for the Evenin' Mail 1923 RYM 79 of 1923
79 Marion Harris Two-Time Dan 1923 RYM 80 of 1923
80 Marion Harris Wanted 'Someone to Love' 1924 RYM 81 of 1924
81 Marion Harris Go, Emaline 1924 RYM 81 of 1924
82 Marion Harris I Can't Get the One That I Want 1924 RYM 83 of 1924
83 Marion Harris One Morning in May 1934 RYM 84 of 1934
84 Marion Harris Oo-oo-oh! Honey (What You Do to Me) 1934 RYM 84 of 1934
85 Marion Harris No One 1925 RYM 85 of 1925
86 Marion Harris I Can't Realize 1925 RYM 86 of 1925
87 Marion Harris Does My Sweetie Do & How 1925 RYM 86 of 1925
88 Marion Harris I Gave You Up Just Before You Threw Me Down 1922 RYM 92 of 1922
89 Marion Harris Fickle Flo 1922 RYM 93 of 1922
90 Marion Harris Who'll Take My Place? 1922 RYM 93 of 1922
91 Marion Harris My Man from Caroline 1930 RYM 94 of 1930
92 Marion Harris He's Not Worth Your Tears 1930 RYM 94 of 1930
93 Marion Harris Funny, Dear, What Love Can Do 1929 RYM 99 of 1929
94 Marion Harris Before You Go 1923 RYM 104 of 1923
95 Marion Harris Nashville Nightingale 1923 RYM 104 of 1923
96 Marion Harris I've Been Saving for a Rainy Day 1923 RYM 105 of 1923
97 Marion Harris Your Mama's Going to Slow You Down 1923 RYM 106 of 1923
98 Marion Harris Lovey Come Back 1923 RYM 107 of 1923
99 Marion Harris I've Got a Cross-Eyed Papa 1923 RYM 107 of 1923

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31 Dec 2015

I Ain't Got Nobody Much

Per Joel Whitburn there is a 1916 recording by Marion Harris with the abovetitle. It made the US Billboard Charts (#5 - 4 weeks). It is the same song as #1 (I Ain't Got Nobody) but a different recording. I feel it should be added here. I just listened to it on aceterrier.com (an excellent site to visit!) and it is very good.

That data was already there but masked by the 1921 entry. We've changed one entry to "I Ain't Got Nobody (1917)". Thanks


17 Oct 2011

Reply to Error Found - Marion Harris

I think we are both right. On Marion's Look for the Silver Lining CD is the song "Sweet Papa, Your Mam's Getting Mad"; the cd liner notes say: "originally Sweet Mamma (Papa's Getting Mad) (Fred Rose, George A. Little, Peter Frost; 1920)-No. 4 hit" K Kapral+


29 May 2011

Error Found - Marion Harris

You have an incorrect song title listed for Marion Harris.

Your database listing: "Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad)" - 1920 US Billboard 4 - Dec 1920 (6 weeks), RYM 31 of 1920 - this This song was recorded and attributed to the Original Dixieland Jass Band (ODJB) Broadway Rose/Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad)/Strut, Miss Lizzie, 1920, Victor 18722 See Wikipedia, Original Dixieland Jass Band

The Correct Song title for the Marion Harris Song is "Sweet Papa, Your Mama's Getting Mad." She evidently recorded this Rose/Little/ Frost song on 8-31-1920 in New York, NY on for Columbia A3300.

I don't know if your US Billboard information is attributable to the ODJB band or to Marion Harris. I didn't research it any further.

K. Kapral

The song is listed under the Original Dixieland Jass Band as well as Marion Harris' version.

Both the original source for the Billboard data (the Bullfrog spreadsheet) and the current RYM web site list Columbia A3300 as "Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad)". By seraching for "Columbia A3300" on Google we found a 78 for sale on eBay which has a picture of the label from Columbia A3300 which clearly shows the title as "Sweet Mamma (Papa's Getting Mad)" (we ignore the extra 'M' of course).

So we think your information is wrong, Marion Harris may well have recorded a song called "Sweet Papa, Your Mama's Getting Mad" but we think that is not "Columbia A3300" and it is not the song that reached number 4 in the Billboard charts.