Song title 185 - St Louis Blues

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St Louis Blues Region Profile

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

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bessie Smith St Louis Blues 1925 Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993 (1925), US Billboard 3 - Jun 1925 (6 weeks), Brazil 5 of 1926, POP 6 of 1925, nuTsie 8 of 1920s, Jazz Standard 20, Acclaimed 1036 (1925), Visconti song of 1925, aceterrier.com 2 of the 1920s (1925), RYM 1 of 1925, Guardian Jazz 5
2 Marion Harris St Louis Blues 1920 US Billboard 1 - Aug 1920 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 4 of 1920, POP 6 of 1920, Brazil 16 of 1921, RYM 15 of 1920
3 Louis Armstrong St Louis Blues 1929 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008 (1929), US Billboard 11 - 1930 (3 weeks), RYM 5 of 1933, Guardian Jazz 5
4 WC Handy St Louis Blues 1923 Music Imprint 6 of 1910s, US Billboard 9 - Nov 1923 (1 week), RIAA 69, RYM 19 of 1923
5 Al Bernard St Louis Blues 1918 aceterrier.com 27 of 1900-19 (1918), US Billboard 9 - Jun 1919 (1 week)
6 Cab Calloway & his Cotton Club Orchestra St Louis Blues 1930 US Billboard 16 - 1930 (2 weeks), Scrobulate 88 of swing
7 Original Dixieland Jazz Band St Louis Blues 1921 US Billboard 3 - Aug 1921 (6 weeks), RYM 42 of 1921
8 The Mills Brothers St Louis Blues 1932 US Billboard 2 - 1932 (8 weeks)
9 Prince's Orchestra St Louis Blues 1916 US Billboard 4 - May 1916 (4 weeks)
10 Guy Lombardo St Louis Blues 1939 US Billboard 11 - 1939 (1 week)
11 Rudy Vallee & his Connecticut Yankees St Louis Blues 1930 US Billboard 15 - 1930 (4 weeks)
12 The Boswell Sisters St Louis Blues 1935 US Billboard 15 - 1935 (3 weeks)
13 Benny Goodman St Louis Blues 1936 US Billboard 20 - 1936 (1 week)
14 Billy Eckstine St Louis Blues 1953 US Billboard 24 - Sep 1953 (1 week)
15 LaVern Baker St Louis Blues 1957 Canada 21 - Dec 1957 (6 weeks)
16 All Star Trio St Louis Blues 1920 RYM 26 of 1920
17 Esther Bigeou St Louis Blues 1921 RYM 54 of 1921
18 Paul Robeson St Louis Blues 1934 RYM 62 of 1934
19 Maxine Sullivan St Louis Blues 1938 Song of 1938
20 Dizzy Gillespie St Louis Blues 1949 Song of 1949
21 Count Basie St Louis Blues 1942 RYM 66 of 1942

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25 Sep 2017

ST Loouis

St Louis was a small hit (number 100) for the Easybeats in USA in 1968.However, I can find no mention of it on the site.

This site does not list ALL the songs that are mentioned on the Billboard charts. It only lists songs that were the biggest hits in more than one chart round the world. If you want a list of ALL the Billoard charts you should visit the Billboard website.

We treat the song title "St Louis" as quite different from "St Louis Blues". If their song had been called "St Louis Blues" we would have listed it on the song title's page. The Easybeats were not a big enough act to reach the top 1,000, if they had been we would list all their songs.

However what we do have is a comprehensive listing across the world's charts. So if you search for "Easybeats" (in the serach box top right) you will see that the song "Sorry" was a big hit for them in Australia.

In our listings we have the following entries:

"Friday On My Mind" (1967) Holland 1 - Nov 1966 (15 weeks), Australia 1 for 2 weeks - Dec 1966, Australia Goset 1 - Dec 1966 (15 weeks), NZ Listner 2 - Feb 1967 (8 weeks), Keener 3 - Apr 1967 (8 weeks), UK 6 - Oct 1966 (15 weeks), Australia 7 of 1966, Germany 12 - Feb 1967 (2 months), Flanders 13 - Feb 1967 (2 months), US Billboard 16 - Mar 1967 (14 weeks), Record World 17 - 1967, D.Marsh 34 of 1967, DDD 37 of 1966, Canada 39 - Apr 1967 (3 weeks), US invalid BB 40 of 1967, POP 40 of 1967, US BB 66 of 1967, WABC NY 68 of 1967, OzNet 96, US Radio 137 of 1967 (peak 16 5 weeks), Acclaimed 841 (1966), RYM 12 of 1966

"Sorry" (1966) Australia 1 for 1 week - Nov 1966, Australia Goset 1 - Nov 1966 (14 weeks), NZ Listner 4 - Jan 1967 (5 weeks), OzNet 934, RYM 114 of 1966

"Easyfever" (1966) Australia 1 for 2 weeks - Aug 1966, Australia Goset 7 - Oct 1966 (5 weeks)

"St Louis" (1969) Australia Goset 21 - Aug 1969 (12 weeks), Keener 26 - Oct 1969 (3 weeks), US Billboard 100 - Nov 1969 (1 week), RYM 142 of 1969

"Hello How Are You" (1968) Holland 7 - May 1968 (9 weeks), UK 20 - Apr 1968 (9 weeks), Australia Goset 26 - May 1968 (5 weeks)

"A Funny Feeling" (1966) Australia 1 for 1 week - Nov 1966, RYM 114 of 1966

"I'll Make You Happy" (1966) Australia 1 for 2 weeks - Aug 1966, RYM 185 of 1966

"Too Much" (1966) Australia 1 for 2 weeks - Aug 1966, RYM 185 of 1966

"She's So Fine" (1965) Australia 13 of 1965, RYM 105 of 1965

"Good Times" (1968) Australia Goset 22 - Aug 1968 (9 weeks), RYM 131 of 1968

"Who'll Be The One" (1967) Australia Goset 12 - Apr 1967 (8 weeks)

"Women (Make You Feel Alright)" (1966) Australia 13 of 1966

"Heaven & Hell" (1967) Australia Goset 14 - Jul 1967 (10 weeks)

"Pretty Girl" (1967) Australia Goset 14 - Jul 1967 (10 weeks)

"Come & See Her" (1966) Australia 16 of 1966

"The Land of Make Believe" (1968) Australia Goset 22 - Aug 1968 (9 weeks)

"Come In You'll Get Pneumonia" (1968) Australia Goset 25 - Jan 1968 (7 weeks)

"The Music Goes 'round My Head" (1968) Australia Goset 25 - Jan 1968 (7 weeks)

"Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in It" (1966) RYM 12 of 1966

"The Old Oak Tree" (1965) RYM 105 of 1965

"Lay Me Down & Die" (1968) RYM 131 of 1968

"Can't Find Love" (1969) RYM 142 of 1969

"In My Book" (1966) RYM 188 of 1966

"Make You Feel Alright (Women)" (1966) RYM 188 of 1966