Song title 130 - In the Mood

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In the Mood Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "In the Mood" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Glenn Miller In the Mood 1940 US Billboard 1 - Oct 1939 (30 weeks), Australia 1 for 5 months - Jan 1942, Europe 1 of the 1940s (1940), Grammy Hall of Fame in 1983 (1939), nuTsie 1 of 1930s, ASCAP song of 1940, Library of Congress artifact added 2004 (1939), US invalid BB 2 of 1940, POP 2 of 1940, Scrobulate 4 of swing, Music Imprint 4 of 1940s, Your Hit Parade 7 of 1940, RIAA 11, Brazil 12 of 1941, Holland 15 - Aug 1972 (7 weeks), Belgium 18 - Sep 1972 (2 weeks), DMDB 67 (1939), Acclaimed 477 (1939), RYM 4 of 1939, Song of 1938, Party 45 of 1999
2 Ernie Fields' Orchestra In the Mood 1959 Canada 2 - Oct 1959 (12 weeks), US Billboard 4 - Sep 1959 (19 weeks), UK 13 - Dec 1959 (8 weeks), US Radio 45 of 1959 (peak 4 9 weeks), US BB 99 of 1959
3 Robert Plant In the Mood 1983 US Billboard 39 - Nov 1983 (11 weeks), UK 81 - Dec 1983 (2 weeks), RYM 108 of 1983
4 Ray Stevens In the Mood 1977 UK 31 - Mar 1977 (4 weeks), US Billboard 40 - Jan 1977 (7 weeks)
5 Rush In the Mood 1977 US Billboard 88 - Jan 1977 (4 weeks), TheQ 346
6 Johnny Maddox & The Rhythm Masters In the Mood 1953 US Billboard 16 - Jan 1953 (5 weeks)
7 Chicago In the Mood 1995 Japan (Tokyo) 46 - Jun 1995 (5 weeks)
8 Bette Midler In the Mood 1974 US Billboard 51 - Jan 1974 (7 weeks)
9 Sound 9418 In the Mood 1976 UK 46 - Feb 1976 (3 weeks)

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22 Oct 2014

Play song

Maybe it would be a good idea for you to play the song you will be looking at. PLEASE!!!!

We list chart entries, we do not have any music files here


17 Nov 2011

In The Mood

Henhouse Five Plus Too and Ray Stevens was the same act - viz http://www.rrr.org.au/assets/ray-stevens-and-the-henhouse-five-plus-two.jpg

You are correct, the site rules suggest that the artist name for the US chart should be set to the more generic version, so we've changed it to Ray Stevens (and put a comment on the artist page).

Thanks for the suggestion


20 May 2011

beatles

Beatles

Do you mean "what about The Beatles version"? If so we have no record of them ever getting "In the Mood" into the charts, anywhere.