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.
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19 Jan 2017
Sorting By Fields after search results
I know this has probably been asked a trillion times before.... But,,, Why isthere no way to search by fields after search results? If I list Benny Goodman hits, then select stardust. +It will list ALL ARTIST that did Stardust, However if I look at the year column the years listed are out of order. If I want to look at Stardust by Chronilogical order (Year) I cant... It doesn't work... It takes me to a lisitng of every song in the universe up to today... This is pretty not helpful... I would be glad to provide the database queries for you so this can be a feature for all fields within each search...
Please let me know how I may be of service. +Thanks
The web site is designed to follow the most typical searches paths that users want. For those who wish for a more sophisticated way to look at the data we provide all the entries in the CSV file. You can do exactly what you want in Excel, or alternately create a custom app to do exactly what you want.
If you create a custom app we'd be happy to see it.
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!
We don't have enough information to identify the version you are after, maybe another reader will be able to answer your question.