Song artist 692 - Les Brown

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

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Les Brown My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time 1945 US Billboard 1 - Mar 1945 (16 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Mar 1945 (12 weeks), US 1 for 7 weeks - Apr 1945, Australia 1 for 1 month - Jan 1946, Your Hit Parade 5 of 1945, DZE 5 of 1945, US invalid BB 7 of 1945, POP 13 of 1945, DDD 21 of 1945, RYM 70 of 1945
2 Les Brown I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm 1949 US Billboard 1 - Dec 1948 (17 weeks), US invalid BB 4 of 1949, POP 5 of 1948, US 1940s 7 - Jan 1949 (14 weeks), Your Hit Parade 13 of 1949, Brazil 28 of 1949
3 Les Brown Twilight Time 1944 US invalid BB 7 of 1944, POP 7 of 1944, US Billboard 16 - Mar 1945 (1 week), DDD 48 of 1945
4 Les Brown You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart) 1946 US Billboard 4 - Jan 1946 (15 weeks), US 1940s 5 - Mar 1946 (8 weeks), Brazil 100 of 1946
5 Les Brown Aren't You Glad You're You? 1945 US Billboard 11 - Nov 1945 (4 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 11 - Aug 1946 (13 weeks), DDD 59 of 1945
6 Les Brown I Got the Sun in the Morning 1946 Your Hit Parade 2 of 1946, US Billboard 10 - Jun 1946 (5 weeks)
7 Les Brown Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief 1946 US Billboard 6 - Mar 1946 (4 weeks), US 1940s 6 - Mar 1946 (4 weeks)
8 Les Brown Joltin' Joe DiMaggio 1941 US Billboard 12 - 1941 (3 weeks), DDD 45 of 1941
9 Les Brown Make it with the Kisses 1939 US Billboard 18 - 1939 (1 week)
10 Les Brown Tain't Me 1945 US Billboard 10 - Jun 1945 (1 week)
11 Les Brown Robin Hood 1945 US Billboard 12 - Feb 1945 (1 week)
12 Les Brown The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) 1947 US Billboard 12 - Jan 1947 (2 weeks)
13 Les Brown Tis Autumn 1941 US Billboard 11 - 1941 (2 weeks)
14 Les Brown Sooner or Later 1947 US Billboard 13 - Feb 1947 (1 week)
15 Les Brown Sleigh Ride in July 1945 US Billboard 18 - Mar 1945 (1 week)
16 Les Brown I Guess I'll Get the Papers (and Go Home) 1946 US Billboard 11 - Sep 1946 (2 weeks)
17 Les Brown Come To Baby, Do 1946 US Billboard 13 - Jan 1946 (3 weeks)
18 Les Brown Lament To Love 1941 US Billboard 25 - 1941 (1 week)
19 Les Brown The Best Man 1946 US Billboard 15 - Dec 1946 (1 week)
20 Les Brown Day By Day 1946 US Billboard 15 - Mar 1946 (2 weeks)
21 Les Brown It Isn't Fair 1950 US Billboard 22 - May 1950 (2 weeks)
22 Les Brown I'll Be Hangin' Around 1953 US Billboard 26 - May 1953 (1 week)
23 Les Brown Ruby 1953 US Billboard 29 - May 1953 (1 week)

In addition to the above listed songs Les Brown also contributed to the following entries:

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Les Brown & Doris Day Sentimental Journey 1945 US Billboard 1 - Mar 1945 (28 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Apr 1945 (23 weeks), US 1 for 9 weeks - May 1945, US invalid BB 1 of 1945, Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1945), POP 1 of 1945, DZE 3 of 1945, DDD 7 of 1945, nuTsie 12 of 1940s, Music Imprint 13 of 1940s, Your Hit Parade 23 of 1945, Europe 37 of the 1940s (1945), Brazil 44 of 1945, RIAA 77, Acclaimed 818 (1944), RYM 69 of 1945, Song of 1944
2 Les Brown & Doris Day The Whole World Is Singing My Song 1946 US Billboard 6 - Oct 1946 (11 weeks), Your Hit Parade 23 of 1946, DDD 76 of 1946
3 Les Brown & Doris Day Till The End of Time 1945 US Billboard 3 - Aug 1945 (13 weeks), DDD 13 of 1945

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26 Nov 2015

(3) Double Listings - Les Brown & Doris Day

#1 & #3 (under duets) are the same (My Dreams Are Getting Better All theTime). #10 & #2 (under duets) are the same (Till the End Of Time). Also #8 & #4 (under duets) (The Whole World Is Singing My Song).

Data fixed, thanks


10 Oct 2015

Shared hits

Besides Sentimental Journey, 10 of Brown's other hits listed above were alsoshared with Doris Day as vocalist. +They are #1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16 and 20. +Is there a way to show that?

Unfortunately not, the point of this site is to identify songs and albums in different charts that match. This means that we have to use the artist name and title as the identifier, extra details can't be added without making that process harder.

Except, comments like yours, that point out additional detail of the listed songs help, of course

Thanks