This page lists the album chart runs of Bing Crosby. A list of songs by Bing Crosby can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first.
Singer of the most successful song ever (released during a musician's strike). Bing Crosby was on the top from 1930 to 1950, which is why he was the 6th most successful chart act. The fact that for many of those years he was in the top 10 but outside the top 5 is why he only made 5th in the top placed artists list. His brother Bob Crosby & His Orchestra also has a listing.
In addition to the above listed albums Bing Crosby also contributed to the following entries:
Previous Comments (newest first)
21 Jul 2015
The year for Bing Sings should be 1977. According to RIAA's website, BingSings was issued on Reader's Digest Music. You're thinking of the 1955 album Bing Swings Whilst Bregman Swings. The later album titled Bing Sings is shortened from it's original title 'Bing Sings 96 of His Greatest Hits' and was issued in 1977, right after his death. Bregman Swings was released on Verve Records, that's how I know it's not that one that was certified 2x Platinum
We've changed the 1955 entry as ou suggested. Thanks
20 Jul 2015
Why is Merry Christmas listed in 1957?
This album has entries for 1945, 1957, 1958, 1960 and 1970 what year should be assigned?
17 Feb 2013
second time around
I am looking for song title "second time around" and the cd its on
Bing Crosby's song "The Second Time Around" was never a hit, it was nominated for an Oscar (Best Original Song) in 1960. It was from the film 'High Time'.
It lost out to "Never On Sunday" by Don Costa