Various - Solid Gold - 20 Million-Selling Hit Songs From 1950-1969 FLAC album
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Title: Solid Gold - 20 Million-Selling Hit Songs From 1950-1969
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This article is about the US number-one songs chart from 1950–1958. Billboard number-one singles charts preceding the Billboard Hot 100 were updated weekly by Billboard magazine and the leading indicator of popular music for the American music industry since 1940 and until the Billboard Hot 100 chart was established in 1958. Before the Billboard Hot 100 chart was established in August 1958, Billboard used to publish several weekly charts
Genre: Rock, Reggae, Funk, Soul, Pop. Style: Soul, Classic Rock, Contemporary, Ballad, Rocksteady.
Criteria: These songs were chosen and ranked based on their initial and lasting popularity, and on their impact on the overall scope of musical history. Note: Yearly song lists go by earliest 'release date' (Single, Album, or Country of first release). Not necessarily the year a song peaked in the .
Worldwide, Thriller is still the best-selling album of all time with a whopping 47 million certified copies sold, six million ahead of Their Greatest Hits. We’ve compiled the top 25 best-selling albums worldwide, but it’s worth noting that there are many ways to count album sales. The RIAA counts sales of double albums like Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits Volume I & Volume II or Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti as two copies, essentially double-counting every sale. Barbra Streisand, Luciano Pavarotti, the Bee Gees and Diane King perform on various tracks. Carole King, Corey Hart and Bryan Adams wrote songs for the album. And no fewer than six Grammy-winning producers were involved, including the legendary George Martin. The album included the love-theme from Titanic, whose soundtrack barely missed making this list with just 100,000 fewer copies sold than Sgt. Pepper’s.
Billboard Year-End Hot 100 chart for 1969. Music Outfitters, Inc. has included these sites because we believe they provide information and/or services that you may find useful.
Meanwhile, ABBA – Gold: Greatest Hits is the UK’s second biggest-selling album of all-time – . million units have been shifted since its release in 1992. The best-selling studio album in Britain comes courtesy of The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (3) is also the only other release in history to break the five million UK sales barrier (. million). Look back at The Beatles' full Official Chart history here.
This week's top-selling albums across all genres, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music. How This Chart Works. This week's top-selling albums across all genres, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music. Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits. Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty.
When considering the whole sweep of 20th century music, the 1960s loom especially large. Some of the importance placed on the music of the decade can be traced to demographics (the massive baby boomer generation born after World War II reached prime music-listening age) and technology (the consumer electronics industry was creating new listening spaces in automobiles and on television, and advancements in sound reinforcement made large concerts possible). Still, there’s no getting around the fact that the music of the ’60s made a huge impact at the time and never really went away.
The Elegants, Little Star. People say that the 1950s were a more innocent time for America. And when you realize that a doo-wop adaptation of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star ruled the pop charts in the summer of 1958, you might be inclined to agree. A year before Pat Boone scored his first hit covering Fats Domino, the Canadian flat tops in the Crew-Cuts provided an early example of white artists bringing crossover success to songs originated by black artists. The Chords recorded Sh-Boom first, making it a rare top 10 hit for a black group, before the Crew-Cuts swooped in and took it to Number One.
|A1||–Guy Mitchell||My Heart Cries For You|
|A3||–Johnnie Ray||Walkin' My Baby Back Home|
|A4||–Percy Faith & His Orchestra||The Song From "Moulin Rouge"|
|A5||–Rosemary Clooney||Hey There!|
|A6||–The Four Lads||Moments To Remember|
|A7||–Vic Damone||On The Street Where You Live|
|A8||–Johnny Mathis||Chances Are|
|A9||–Ray Price||City Lights|
|A10||–Marty Robbins||El Paso|
|B1||–The Brothers Four||Greenfields|
|B2||–Andy Williams||Moon River|
|B3||–Tony Bennett||I Left My Heart In San Francisco|
|B4||–The New Christy Minstrels||Green, Green|
|B5||–Bobby Vinton||There, I've Said It Again|
|B6||–The Byrds||Mr. Tambourine Man|
|B7||–The Statler Brothers||Flowers On The Wall|
|B8||–The Tremeloes||Silence Is Golden|
|B9||–OC Smith||Little Green Apples|
|B10||–Blood, Sweat And Tears||Spinning Wheel|