Song artist 583 - Bob Crosby & his Orchestra

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Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Chart Profile

This page lists the song chart entries of Bob Crosby & his Orchestra. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

Brother of Bing Crosby.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Whispers in The Dark 1937 US Billboard 1 - 1937 (13 weeks), Oscar in 1937 (film 'Artists and Models') (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 8 of 1937, US invalid BB 17 of 1937, POP 17 of 1937
2 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Down Argentina Way 1940 US Billboard 2 - Nov 1940 (13 weeks), US 1940s 2 - Dec 1940 (4 weeks), Your Hit Parade 6 of 1940, Brazil 85 of 1941
3 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra In a Little Gypsy's Tea Room 1935 US Billboard 1 - 1935 (13 weeks), Your Hit Parade 10 of 1935, US invalid BB 14 of 1935, POP 14 of 1935
4 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Day-In Day-Out 1939 US Billboard 1 - 1939 (13 weeks), Your Hit Parade 21 of 1939
5 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra What's New? 1939 US Billboard 10 - 1939 (8 weeks), Jazz Standard 14
6 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Deep in a Dream 1938 US Billboard 10 - 1938 (4 weeks), Jazz Standard 740
7 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Over the Rainbow 1939 US Billboard 2 - 1939 (8 weeks)
8 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra With the Wind & the Rain in Your Hair 1940 US Billboard 2 - 1940 (14 weeks)
9 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Lilacs in the Rain 1939 US Billboard 3 - 1939 (12 weeks)
10 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Goody Goody 1936 US Billboard 7 - 1936 (5 weeks)
11 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra A Little Bit Independent 1935 US Billboard 8 - Dec 1935 (6 weeks)
12 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Can I Help It? 1939 US Billboard 8 - 1939 (7 weeks)
13 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Blue Orchid 1939 US Billboard 8 - 1939 (3 weeks)
14 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Leanin' on the Ole Top Rail 1940 US Billboard 7 - 1940 (11 weeks)
15 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Loopin' the Loop 1939 US Billboard 11 - 1939 (1 week)
16 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Two Sleepy People 1938 US Billboard 11 - 1938 (3 weeks)
17 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Flowers for Madame 1935 US Billboard 12 - 1935 (2 weeks)
18 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra I've Got My Eyes on You 1940 US Billboard 8 - 1940 (5 weeks)
19 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Please Be Kind 1938 US Billboard 12 - 1938 (3 weeks)
20 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra The Lady's in Love With You 1939 US Billboard 13 - 1939 (2 weeks)
21 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra At a Little Hot Dog Stand 1939 US Billboard 14 - 1939 (3 weeks)
22 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak 1939 US Billboard 15 - 1939 (2 weeks)
23 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Between 18th & 19th on Chestnut Street 1939 US Billboard 15 - 1939 (1 week)
24 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Shuckin' Sugar Blues 1939 US Billboard 16 - 1939 (1 week)
25 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra (Why Couldn't It Last) Last Night 1939 US Billboard 16 - 1939 (3 weeks)
26 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra A Foggy Day (in London Town) 1938 US Billboard 16 - 1938 (2 weeks)
27 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra So Far, So Good 1940 US Billboard 10 - 1940 (4 weeks)
28 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Petite Fleur (Little Flower) 1959 Brazil 19 of 1959
29 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Louise, Louise 1938 US Billboard 18 - 1938 (1 week)
30 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Big Noise From Winnetka 1938 Your Hit Parade 22 of 1938
31 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Believing 1940 US Billboard 12 - 1940 (1 week)
32 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra You Forgot About Me 1940 US Billboard 14 - Nov 1940 (7 weeks)
33 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Maybe It's Because 1949 US Billboard 22 - Oct 1949 (3 weeks)
34 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra You, You Darlin' 1940 US Billboard 28 - 1940 (1 week)
35 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Blue Surreal 1943 US Billboard 20 - 1943 (2 weeks)
36 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Do You Care? 1941 US Billboard 18 - 1941 (1 week)
37 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Barrelhouse Bessie from Basin Street 1942 US Billboard 23 - 1942 (1 week)
38 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Five Minutes More 1946 US Billboard 12 - Sep 1946 (5 weeks)
39 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Cow Cow Blues 1941 US Billboard 23 - 1941 (1 week)
40 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow! 1946 US Billboard 14 - Feb 1946 (1 week)
41 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai 1951 US Billboard 22 - Jul 1951 (1 week)

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28 Jun 2014

bob crosby singing " I Don't Care"

I would like to know what album this song was recorded on. I believe it was1941 and the Bob O Links were possibly included. Thanks

It might have never been on an album