Song title 892 - Eloise

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Eloise Region Profile

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

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# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Barry Ryan Eloise 1968 Holland 1 - Nov 1968 (12 weeks), France (SNEP) 1 - Dec 1968 (4 months), Switzerland 1 - Dec 1968 (13 weeks), Switzerland 1 of 1969, Flanders 1 - Dec 1968 (3 months), Italy 1 for 5 weeks - Apr 1969, Germany 1 - Jan 1969 (5 months), New Zealand 1 for 1 week - Feb 1969, NZ Listner 1 - Jan 1969 (9 weeks), Australia 1 for 3 weeks - Jan 1969, Australia Goset 1 - Dec 1968 (18 weeks), Germany 1 for 6 weeks - Jan 1969, UK 2 - Oct 1968 (12 weeks), Norway 2 - Dec 1968 (9 weeks), Springbok 3 - Jan 1969 (7 weeks), Italy 7 of 1969, Australia 11 of 1968, Europe 14 of the 1960s (1968), Germany 42 of the 1960s (peak 1 21 weeks), US Billboard 86 - Dec 1968 (4 weeks), RYM 8 of 1968
2 The Damned Eloise 1986 UK 3 - Feb 1986 (11 weeks), France 3 - May 1986 (2 weeks), UK Silver (certified by BPI in Mar 1986), RYM 100 of 1986
3 Kay Thompson Eloise 1956 US Billboard 39 - Mar 1956 (8 weeks)
4 Claude Francois Eloise 1970 France 5 - Jul 1970 (2 weeks)
5 Trond Granlund Eloise 1980 Norway 7 - Aug 1980 (4 weeks)
6 Arvingarna Eloise 1993 Sweden 4 - Apr 1993 (5 weeks)

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29 Jul 2014

Another song called Eloise

Hi, Scott - I think it might be 'Emma (Emmaline)' by UK band Hot Chocolatefrom 1974. There's no sax on it, though - just a distorted guitar riff. They're a great band, with lots of UK chart hits. Hope this is the one! http://youtu.be/3vPu_nrzgSU Best wishes - Ged.


3 Mar 2014

Another song called Eloise

Hi. +Hope you can help. +I am looking for an old rock blues song possibly 60's. +It sounded as though it was sung by a Black American and had some fine Saxophone in it. +He sings Eloi, Eloise.

Regards Scott