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Postby DrTravel » Sat Dec 31, 2016 3:44 pm

Not sure if these have ever been compiled and/or posted before but the "Whitburn guys" have been begging me to fix their screwed up R&B spreadsheet for some time now, so I will spend an couple of hours per week generating the R&B charts. If anyone in the group has done this before or know somebody who has, please let me know - no reason to reinvent the wheel.

Harlem Hit Parade October 24, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 - - 1 Take It And Git Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Decca 4366
2 - - 1 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
3 - - 1 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
4 - - 1 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
5 - - 1 I'm Gonna Leave You At The Outskirts Of Town Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8638
6 - - 1 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
7 - - 1 Don't Get Around Much Anymore Ink Spots Decca 18503
8 - - 1 Let's Be Friends Lil Green Bluebird 8895
9 - - 1 Ev'ry Night About This Time Ink Spots Decca 18461
10 - - 1 Just As Though You Were Here Ink Spots Decca 18466

Harlem Hit Parade October 31, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 3 - 2 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
2 2 - 2 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
3 5 - 2 I'm Gonna Leave You At The Outskirts Of Town Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8638
4 6 - 2 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
5 4 - 2 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
6 1 - 2 Take It And Git Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Decca 4366
7 9 - 2 Ev'ry Night About This Time Ink Spots Decca 18461
8 - - 1 Just Kiddin' Around Artie Shaw & His Orchestra Victor 27806
9 - - 1 This Is Worth Fighting For Ink Spots Decca 18466
10 - - 1 Cow-Cow Boogie Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 102

Harlem Hit Parade November 7, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 2 2 3 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
2 1 3 3 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 4 6 3 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
4 6 1 3 Take It And Git Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Decca 4366
5 - 7 2 Don't Get Around Much Anymore Ink Spots Decca 18503
6 - - 1 The Jitterbug Waltz "Fats" Waller Bluebird 11518
7 3 5 3 I'm Gonna Leave You At The Outskirts Of Town Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8638
8 - - 1 There Are Such Things Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Victor 27974
9 5 4 3 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
10 - - 1 Things Ain't What They Used To Be Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra Decca 18507

Harlem Hit Parade November 14, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 9 5 4 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
2 2 1 4 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 3 4 4 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
4 - - 1 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
5 1 2 4 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
6 - 9 3 Ev'ry Night About This Time Ink Spots Decca 18461
7 - - 1 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
8 4 6 4 Take It And Git Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Decca 4366
9 - - 1 See See Rider Blues Bea Booze Decca 8633
10 - - 1 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition Royal Harmony Quartet Keynote 101

Harlem Hit Parade November 21, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 5 1 4 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
2 2 2 5 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 3 3 5 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
4 1 9 5 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
5 4 - 2 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
6 - - 1 That Ain't Right The King Cole Trio Decca 8630
7 - - 1 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition The Southern Sons Bluebird 30-0806
8 7 - 2 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
9 - - 1 "C" Blues Barney Bigard Bluebird 11581
10 - - 1 Hayfoot, Strawfoot Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra Victor 20-1505

Harlem Hit Parade November 28, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 3 3 6 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
2 2 2 6 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 8 7 3 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
4 5 4 3 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
5 4 1 6 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
6 1 5 5 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
7 - 8 5 Take It And Git Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy Decca 4366
8 - 6 4 Ev'ry Night About This Time Ink Spots Decca 18461
9 7 - 2 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition The Southern Sons Bluebird 30-0806
10 - 9 2 See See Rider Blues Bea Booze Decca 8633

Harlem Hit Parade December 5, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 6 1 6 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
2 2 2 7 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 1 3 7 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
4 4 5 4 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
5 5 4 7 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
6 3 8 4 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
7 9 7 3 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition The Southern Sons Bluebird 30-0806
8 - 6 2 That Ain't Right King Cole Trio Decca 8630
9 - - 2 Cow-Cow Boogie Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 102
10 - 9 2 "C" Blues Barney Bigard Bluebird 11581

Harlem Hit Parade December 12, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 2 2 8 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
2 4 4 5 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
3 1 6 7 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
4 6 3 5 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
5 3 1 8 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
6 5 5 8 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
7 - - 3 Don't Get Around Much Anymore Ink Spots Decca 18506
8 8 - 3 That Ain't Right King Cole Trio Decca 8630
9 - - 1 It Had To Be You Jimmy Lunceford & His Orchestra Decca 18504
10 7 9 4 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition The Southern Sons Bluebird 30-0806

Harlem Hit Parade December 19, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 4 6 6 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
2 1 2 9 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
3 5 3 9 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
4 3 1 8 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
5 6 5 9 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
6 2 4 6 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
7 - 10 3 "C" Blues Barney Bigard Bluebird 11581
8 10 7 5 Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition The Southern Sons Bluebird 30-0806
9 - - 1 Let Me Play With Your Poodle Tampa Red Bluebird 34-0700
10 - 9 3 Cow-Cow Boogie Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 102

Harlem Hit Parade December 26, 1942
TW LW 2WKS WOC Title Artist Label/Number
1 1 4 7 White Christmas Bing Crosby Decca 18429
2 3 5 10 When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Decca 18496
3 2 1 10 Mr. Five By Five Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 115
4 6 2 7 What's The Use Of Getting Sober Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five Decca 8645
5 - - 2 There Are Such Things Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Victor 27974
6 4 3 9 Trav'lin' Light Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra Capitol 116
7 5 6 10 Stormy Monday Blues Earl Hines & His Orchestra Bluebird 11567
8 - 7 4 Don't Get Around Much Anymore Ink Spots Decca 18503
9 - - 1 Bicycle Bounce Erskine Hawkins Bluebird 11432
10 10 - 4 Cow-Cow Boogie Freddie Slack & His Orchestra Capitol 102
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Postby kjell » Wed Jan 04, 2017 8:36 pm

If the WHitburn guys are in trouble then I am too. Really good that someone sets things straight, and I'm not surprised that it's you.
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:49 pm

kjell wrote:If the WHitburn guys are in trouble then I am too. Really good that someone sets things straight, and I'm not surprised that it's you.
When I mention the "Whitburn guys" I'm referring to the Whitburn group of music collectors (they collect mp3's of every song to hit the various charts). I'm actually one of these folks. Wasn't referring to Joel Whitburn and his staff at Record Research.

Have the R&B Best Sellers and Juke Box charts up to the end of 1951 now. Will start 1952 in a week or so...
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Postby kjell » Fri Jan 06, 2017 5:38 pm

Haven't heard of your group, but this is interesting. I've also been trying to find hits from all competing main charts, firstly Britain and now US. My goal is to find every hit on every chart by my favourite artists, and they have turned out to be many over the years. I started buying records in 1966, but found out years ago that getting them all on vinyl was impossible, later the same became clear regarding CDs. Then I increased my effort to gain more charts before getting more hits. Mp3 is now a possibilty. About making chartruns of BB R 'n' B I'm only at Oct 47, so I'm profoundly interested in your impressive work.
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Postby DrTravel » Sat Jan 07, 2017 10:27 pm

kjell wrote:Haven't heard of your group, but this is interesting. I've also been trying to find hits from all competing main charts, firstly Britain and now US. My goal is to find every hit on every chart by my favourite artists, and they have turned out to be many over the years. I started buying records in 1966, but found out years ago that getting them all on vinyl was impossible, later the same became clear regarding CDs. Then I increased my effort to gain more charts before getting more hits. Mp3 is now a possibilty. About making chartruns of BB R 'n' B I'm only at Oct 47, so I'm profoundly interested in your impressive work.
Google "Whitburn Project" - think waxy.org had a decent write up about the group.

You should have shared your R&B charts runs - may have saved me some time. Just finished the 1952 BS and JB charts and have chart runs up until 1951. Not looking forward to 1955 when there were three charts - three times the headaches :(
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Postby DrTravel » Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:01 am

So here are all the R&B charts and chart runs for 1942-1958 including Juke Box (and Harlem Hit Parade), Disc Jockeys and Best Sellers;

http://www95.zippyshare.com/v/yjy2NwVd/file.html
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Postby DrTravel » Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:03 am

Here are the National Billboard R&B charts and chart runs from 1958 (when they ended the Disc Jockey & Best Sellers chart) until late 1963 when they discontinued the chart. Billboard later picked it up in early 1965.

http://www52.zippyshare.com/v/KQ08E23j/file.html

Special thanks to donors who sent me data via e-mail.
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Postby DrTravel » Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:05 am

Here are some of the missing charts that are not available at the usual on-line sources;

http://www24.zippyshare.com/v/sLv9auFW/file.html
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Postby kingofskiffle » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:19 am

Thanks for these files. Really appreciated.
http://thechartbook.co.uk - for the latest are best chart book - By Decade!
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:54 pm

This file contains all the R&B charts from 1942 to the middle of 1970 - I'll continue working on this after a break. There were some corrections made to the previous charts I posted so if you grabbed them, they can be deleted. Also included the Cash Box charts for the period that Billboard didn't publish any R&B charts - 11/30/63 to 1/23/65. Chart runs are included and now you can see a side by side comparison when songs appeared on multiple charts.

Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1969.xlsx

http://www108.zippyshare.com/v/4DaxZMKL/file.html
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Postby freeme » Thu Feb 02, 2017 10:33 pm

Thanks.
Can't wait to have Mariah Carey charts from 1990 to now...
don't disturb this groove!
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Feb 03, 2017 4:04 am

Added a few more years - Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1975.xlsx

http://www58.zippyshare.com/v/iwAesSeR/file.html
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Postby mario » Fri Feb 03, 2017 11:20 am

Hi DrTravel,
I think that you are a "Real-Superstar!
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Postby DrTravel » Thu Feb 23, 2017 11:39 pm

Added a few more decades. Here is Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1999.xlsx:

http://www87.zippyshare.com/v/3KGhfXTJ/file.html
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Postby Borobear » Fri Feb 24, 2017 4:58 pm

Just want to say many thanks to DrTravel for this treasure trove of information. Much appreciated
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Postby freeme » Fri Feb 24, 2017 5:20 pm

DrTravel wrote:Added a few more decades. Here is Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1999.xlsx:

http://www87.zippyshare.com/v/3KGhfXTJ/file.html
Thank you very much
So the chart is called Billboard hot 100 R&B?
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Postby DrTravel » Sat Feb 25, 2017 1:52 am

freeme wrote:
DrTravel wrote:Added a few more decades. Here is Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1999.xlsx:

http://www87.zippyshare.com/v/3KGhfXTJ/file.html
Thank you very much
So the chart is called Billboard hot 100 R&B?
Ah.. No. The chart had a variety of names over the years. I noted the correct names above all the weekly charts - just check them out.
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Postby freeme » Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:01 pm

DrTravel wrote:
freeme wrote:
DrTravel wrote:Added a few more decades. Here is Billboard R&B Annual 1942-1999.xlsx:

http://www87.zippyshare.com/v/3KGhfXTJ/file.html
Thank you very much
So the chart is called Billboard hot 100 R&B?
Ah.. No. The chart had a variety of names over the years. I noted the correct names above all the weekly charts - just check them out.
Thank you!
I didn't notice before
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Postby Icewoman » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:04 pm

correction Harlem Hit Parade from January 22, 1944 ---> See Billboard magazine from January 29, 1944 page 15

Pos LW 2W Wks The Billboard - Harlem Hit Parade: January 22, 1944 Label & Number (Distributing Label) # Configuration
1 1 6 3 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me - Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra -- Trumpet solo by Cootie Williams Victor 20-1547 # 78m
2 3 1 6 Shoo-Shoo Baby - Ella Mae Morse with Dick Walters and his Orchestra Capitol 143 # 78m
3 4 3 3 It Must Be Jelly ('Cause Jam Don't Shake Like That) - Glenn Miller and his Orchestra -- Vocal refrain by The Modernaires Victor 20-1546 # 78m
4 5 7 3 G. I. Jive - Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston and his Orchestra Capitol 141 # 78m
5 8 8 12 All For You - King Cole Trio -- Vocal by King Cole Capitol 139 # 78m
6 7 4 6 Ration Blues - Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five -- Vocal Chorus by Louis Jordan Decca 8654 # 78m
7 6 5 7 Sweet Slumber - Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra -- Vocal Chorus by Trevor Bacon Decca 18569 # 78m
8 2 2 26 Don't Cry, Baby - Erskine Hawkins (The Twentieth Century Gabriel) and his Orchestra Bluebird 30-0813 # 78m
9 10 9 29 Paper Doll - Mills Brothers -- Vocal with Guitar Decca 18318 # 78m
10 New 1 My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) - Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra -- Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird Decca 18567 # 78m

G.I. Jive Johnny Mercer peak in the charts No. 4 (not 1)
My heart tells me Glen Gray paek in the charts No. 10 (not 7)
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Mar 03, 2017 2:12 am

Updated Billboard R&B Annual 1942-2009.xlsx

http://www4.zippyshare.com/v/BXuh0czk/file.html

Time to switch gears - headed to finish the 1965-1969 Cash Box R&B and C&W charts
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Mar 03, 2017 2:19 am

Icewoman wrote:correction Harlem Hit Parade from January 22, 1944 ---> See Billboard magazine from January 29, 1944 page 15

Pos LW 2W Wks The Billboard - Harlem Hit Parade: January 22, 1944 Label & Number (Distributing Label) # Configuration
1 1 6 3 Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me - Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra -- Trumpet solo by Cootie Williams Victor 20-1547 # 78m
2 3 1 6 Shoo-Shoo Baby - Ella Mae Morse with Dick Walters and his Orchestra Capitol 143 # 78m
3 4 3 3 It Must Be Jelly ('Cause Jam Don't Shake Like That) - Glenn Miller and his Orchestra -- Vocal refrain by The Modernaires Victor 20-1546 # 78m
4 5 7 3 G. I. Jive - Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston and his Orchestra Capitol 141 # 78m
5 8 8 12 All For You - King Cole Trio -- Vocal by King Cole Capitol 139 # 78m
6 7 4 6 Ration Blues - Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five -- Vocal Chorus by Louis Jordan Decca 8654 # 78m
7 6 5 7 Sweet Slumber - Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra -- Vocal Chorus by Trevor Bacon Decca 18569 # 78m
8 2 2 26 Don't Cry, Baby - Erskine Hawkins (The Twentieth Century Gabriel) and his Orchestra Bluebird 30-0813 # 78m
9 10 9 29 Paper Doll - Mills Brothers -- Vocal with Guitar Decca 18318 # 78m
10 New 1 My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) - Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra -- Vocal Chorus by Eugenie Baird Decca 18567 # 78m

G.I. Jive Johnny Mercer peak in the charts No. 4 (not 1)
My heart tells me Glen Gray paek in the charts No. 10 (not 7)
The Billboard charts are notorious for "clerical" errors and oddball things that just have to be wrong. Countless examples could be cited - even their noted "corrections" could be clerical errors that they haven't fessed up to yet. Just yesterday I ran across a chart that was a complete duplication of the previous week - that was most definitely an error. No mention of it in the magazine although the following week their "previous week" position indicated that there was another chart they should have published.

Trying to figure out the difference between what they meant and what they published is a fruitless and causes more confusion. In my spreadsheets I stick to what was originally published - Record Research and the historical charts on billboard.biz also follow this rule. It may not be a perfect solution but it's better than the others.
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Postby Icewoman » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:48 pm

Hello Dr Travel

I'm unfortunately quite different opinion, because the correct charts was printed
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Postby Icewoman » Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:32 pm

Hello
Here is my Harlem Hit Parade (Sheet 1)
Sheet 2 shows the charts of DrTravel (yellow / red are the deviations)

https://www.magentacloud.de/lnk/4oMXID0r
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Mar 10, 2017 2:12 am

Here are the chart runs for those songs that PEAKED on the Billboard Bubbling Under R&B chart:

http://www63.zippyshare.com/v/2ZEnymBX/file.html

This chart started in December 1992 and is 25 positions. Have finished up to mid-2010.
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Postby DrTravel » Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:53 am

This spreadsheet now contains all the R&B charts up to March 18, 2017 - the three weeks after are available on ukmix. Complete chart runs are shown for all songs the PEAKED in the years 1942 to 2016 but not those that peaked in 2017 - I have those in another working spreadsheet. There are three songs that peaked in 2016 but are still on the April 8, 2017 chart ("24K Magic", "Redbone" and "Deja Vu") - I will update their chart runs on a weekly basis.

http://www76.zippyshare.com/v/IgAI8eO6/file.html

It took four months to put this together with the assistance of half a dozen individuals (I am eternally grateful for their help).

On to the 1959 Music Vendor charts
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