This page provides a simple ordered list of the year pages that have been generated for version 2.8.0027 of the data.
Previous Comments (newest first)
13 May 2019
rock and roll 1960 to 1969
lets have a party and we`ll turn off the lights + hey Jean you really caused ascene hey Jean now you know what I mean know what I mean and we`ll dance dance we`ll stomp our feet we`ll make the best of it
29 Mar 2018
Can anyone tell me what the song was in 70s@80s,it said we were riding in thebackseat and her blonde hair was blowing in the wind..guy singing thanks
15 Jan 2017
Song by black male singer
I was driving in my car looked in the rear view mirror and saw blue lightsflashing
18 Nov 2016
A late 70s/ early 80s ska type song
The trumpet played the tune of; daa da da da, dada da da da, daa da da da,dada da da da, and it had a man singing the song, was popular on the radio as I remember from my childhood days.
21 Jan 2016
Can you tell me when the 2015 chart will be ready?
A trustworthy version of the 2015 chart will be in about 2022. Some kind of 2015 chart, probably in the next few months
13 Feb 2015
It was a British artist. Slower paced. +Had something to do with blue jeans.+Repetitive with a pause. Lower key. +In the 70's. +It had some word before the +words blue jeans. Slow paced.
David Dundas "Jeans On"?
14 Sep 2014
I KNOW WHAT MOVIE THE SONG WAS PLAYED IN
IF IT HELPS MUCH MORE IN TO LOCATE THE SONG. THE MOVIE WAS CALLED"THE PASTOR'S WIFE" I JUST CANT SEEM TO FIND IT ON GOOGLE
19 Apr 2011
Easy Listening Music
Do you have any Information about Easy Listening Music from differents years like Paul Mauriat Franck Pourcel Ray Coniff etc
We don't try and split music by genre, all artists have an equal chance of being listed. Ray Conniff has a page listing his albums (you can find it from the "artists" list that's noted on the front page or via the "album artists" page.
When we list the position of all the artists (in data set 1.10.010) Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra were 1979th, Ray Conniff was the 2723rd and Franck Pourcel was 5161st. So none of the artists you suggest were in the top 1000 for songs, so they don't get individual pages here.
Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra's biggest hit was "Love Is Blue (L'Amour Est Bleu)" from 1969 - US Billboard 1 - Jan 1968 (18 weeks), Record World 1 - 1968, Canada 1 - Jan 1968 (13 weeks), Australia 1 for 5 weeks - Mar 1968, Australia Goset 1 - Feb 1968 (20 weeks), US CashBox 2 of 1968, US Radio 2 of 1968 (peak 1 13 weeks), NZ Listner 4 - Apr 1968 (10 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Feb 1968), WABC NY 5 of 1968, Brazil 5 of 1968, Australia 5 of 1968, Norway 6 - Mar 1968 (8 weeks), UK 12 - Feb 1968 (14 weeks), Holland 13 - Mar 1968 (9 weeks), South Africa 13 of 1968, Italy 22 of 1968, RYM 197 of 1967
Ray Conniff's biggest hit was "Somewhere My Love" from 1966 - Canada 4 - Jun 1966 (11 weeks), Australia 4 of 1966, Australia Goset 5 - Oct 1966 (12 weeks), South Africa 6 of 1966, US Billboard 9 - Jun 1966 (12 weeks), Record World 9 - 1966, Holland 16 - Sep 1966 (19 weeks), Flanders 19 - Oct 1966 (1 month), US CashBox 49 of 1966, Brazil 64 of 1966, US Radio 100 of 1966 (peak 9 5 weeks)
Franck Pourcel's biggest hit was "Only You" from 1959 - Canada 3 - Apr 1959 (14 weeks), US Billboard 9 - Apr 1959 (16 weeks), US Radio 74 of 1959 (peak 9 7 weeks)