Song title 21 - Stardust

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

If, alternately, you are looking for songs which have the word "Stardust" somewhere in the title a better alternative would be to look up the word in the site index for s.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Artie Shaw Stardust 1941 Your Hit Parade 1 of 1941, US invalid BB 1 of 1941, Grammy Hall of Fame in 1988 (1940), DDD 1 of 1940, POP 1 of 1941, US Billboard 2 - 1941 (11 weeks), nuTsie 5 of 1940s, US 1940s 6 - Jan 1941 (3 weeks), RYM 30 of 1940
2 Hoagy Carmichael Stardust 1927 Grammy Hall of Fame in 1995 (1927), ASCAP song of 1927, Library of Congress artifact added 2004 (1927), Music Imprint 10 of 1920s, Jazz Standard 12, nuTsie 31 of 1920s, RIAA 40, DMDB 43 (1929), Acclaimed 654 (1927), RYM 13 of 1928
3 Isham Jones Stardust 1931 US Billboard 1 - Sep 1930 (20 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1931, POP 5 of 1931, Brazil 29 of 1932, RYM 47 of 1930
4 Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra Stardust 1940 DDD 1 of 1940, US Billboard 7 - 1941 (5 weeks), US 1940s 7 - Jan 1941 (1 week), RYM 42 of 1940, Song of 1940
5 Louis Armstrong Stardust 1931 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009 (1931), US Billboard 16 - 1931 (2 weeks), nuTsie 39 of 1930s, RYM 16 of 1931
6 Billy Ward & The Dominoes Stardust 1957 Canada 3 - Jul 1957 (8 weeks), UK 13 - Sep 1957 (12 weeks), US Billboard 13 - Jun 1957 (24 weeks), US BB 54 of 1957, DDD 68 of 1957
7 Nat King Cole Stardust 1957 Flanders 5 - Apr 1957 (5 months), UK 24 - Oct 1957 (2 weeks), US Billboard 79 - May 1957 (4 weeks), RYM 39 of 1957
8 Tommy Dorsey Stardust 1936 US Billboard 8 - 1936 (5 weeks), Europe 87 of the 1930s (1936)
9 Benny Goodman Stardust 1936 US Billboard 2 - 1936 (10 weeks), RYM 88 of 1955
10 Menswear Stardust 1995 UK 16 - Sep 1995 (3 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 53 - Oct 1995 (4 weeks)
11 David Essex Stardust 1974 France 4 - Jan 1975 (4 weeks), UK 7 - Dec 1974 (10 weeks)
12 Bing Crosby Stardust 1931 US Billboard 5 - 1931 (5 weeks)
13 Martin L Gore Stardust 2003 Poland 40 - Apr 2003 (12 weeks), UK 44 - Apr 2003 (1 week)
14 Jimmie Lunceford Stardust 1935 US Billboard 10 - 1935 (5 weeks)
15 Lena Stardust 2012 Germany 2000s 2 - Oct 2012 (9 weeks)
16 Sammy Kaye Stardust 1939 US Billboard 16 - 1939 (1 week)
17 Wayne King Stardust 1931 US Billboard 17 - 1931 (2 weeks)
18 Lee Sims Stardust 1931 US Billboard 20 - 1931 (1 week)
19 Irving Mills & his Hotsy Totsy Gang Stardust 1930 US Billboard 20 - 1930 (1 week)
20 Glenn Miller Stardust 1940 US Billboard 20 - Oct 1940 (1 week)
21 Baron Elliott & his Stardust Melodies Orchestra Stardust 1943 US Billboard 18 - 1943 (1 week)
22 Nino Tempo & April Stevens Stardust 1964 Canada 27 - Feb 1964 (5 weeks), US Billboard 32 - Feb 1964 (6 weeks)
23 Harry Connick Jr Stardust 1992 Japan (Tokyo) 72 - Dec 1992 (4 weeks)
24 Mika & Chiara Stardust 2013 Italy 11 of 2013
25 Frank Sinatra Stardust 1962 US Billboard 98 - Mar 1962 (1 week)
26 Alexander Stardust 1974 Italy 49 of 1974
27 Cab Calloway & his Cotton Club Orchestra Stardust 1931 RYM 91 of 1931
28 Fats Waller Stardust 1937 RYM 39 of 1937
29 Dinah Shore Stardust 1944 Song of 1944
30 Lionel Hampton Stardust 1954 RYM 66 of 1954

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24 Mar 2016

50's or 60's version of Stardust

i heard it on a compilation a long time ago, it was a male artist withtremendous range. Someone commented he had died young but his name escapes me. Can anyone help please?


5 Jun 2015

#5 - Tommy Dorsey & #8 - w/Sinatra

The following (3) Chart Entries should be removed from this 1936 recording (#5) and transferred to the 1940 version with Frank Sinatra #8). 1. US 1940's 7 - 1 week. 2. RYM 42 of 1940. 3. Song of 1940.

All the 1940 entries have been moved to both, thanks


4 Jun 2015

Re: Author of Stardust

"Star Dust" (allegedly the official title) or "Stardust" was composed in 1927 by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics added in 1929 by Mitchell Parish. I like theversion by Nat King Cole. +His voice here is magnificent, and it captures the essence of the song perfectly.


14 May 2014

author of stardust

author of stardust?


20 Apr 2011

can you help?

I am looking for a version of stardust which is in the style of glenn miller that has vocals. I heard it once and now can't find it. If you could provide any ifo I would be very appreciative!

Thanks,

Darla

We don't have enough information to identify the version you are after, maybe another reader will be able to answer your question.