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Pop radio

1920-1927

  1. Edith Day.
  2. Gene Austin & Aileen Stanley.
  3. Paul Whiteman & his orchestra.
  4. Gene Austin.
  5. Fanny Brice.
  6. Paul Whiteman & his orchestra.
  7. Vernon Dalhart.
  8. Gene Austin.
  9. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians.
  10. Al Jolson April Showers.
  11. Gene Austin.
  12. Gertrude Lawrence.
  13. Johnny Hamp's Kenticky serenaders.
  14. Gene Austin.
  15. George Gershwin & Paul Whiteman orch.
  16. Al Jolson.
  17. Gene Austin.
  18. Nat Shilkret & orchestra.
  19. Al Jolson.
  20. Gene Austin

1927-1929

  1. Gene Austin.
  2. Duke Ellington & his orchestra.
  3. Al Jolson.
  4. Fran Frey & George Olsen & his music.
  5. Gene Austin.
  6. Jean Goldkette & his orchestra.
  7. Helen Kane.
  8. Irving Aaronson & his commanders.
  9. Gene Austin.
  10. John Hurt.
  11. Dolores Del Rio.
  12. Eddie Cantor.
  13. The coon-Sanders Nighthawks.
  14. Grayson & Whitter.
  15. Al Jolson.
  16. Gene Austin.
  17. Maurice Chevalier.
  18. Johnny Hamp's Kentucky serenaders.
  19. Al Jolson.
  20. Gene Austin

1930-1932

  1. Fanny Brice.
  2. Lou Levin.
  3. Rudy Valley trio.
  4. Bing Crosby.
  5. The Waring girls.
  6. Paul Whiteman & orch.
  7. Jeannie Lang.
  8. Paul Whiteman & Orchestra.
  9. Bing Crosby.
  10. Comedian Harmonists.
  11. Marlene Dietrich.
  12. Gene Autry.
  13. Comedian Harmonists.
  14. Maurice Chevalier.
  15. Bing Crosby.
  16. Fred Astaire.
  17. Mildred Bailey.
  18. Russcolumbo.
  19. Bing Crosby & Mills brothers.
  20. Fred Astaire

1933-1936

  1. Bing Crosby.
  2. Comedian Harmonists.
  3. Gene Autur.
  4. Ginger Rogers.
  5. Fred Astaire.
  6. Joan Crawford & Fred Astaire.
  7. Cab Calloway.
  8. Mae West.
  9. Cole Porter.
  10. Helen Morgan.
  11. Lew Sherwood.
  12. Shirley Temple.
  13. Edythe Wright.
  14. Dick Powell.
  15. Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers.
  16. Ginger Rogers.
  17. Jeanette Mac Donald & Nelson Eddy.
  18. Bing Crosby.
  19. Gene Krupa.
  20. Bunny Berigan

1937-1938

  1. Guy Lombardo.
  2. Lionel Hampton.
  3. Skinny Ennis.
  4. Edythe Wright.
  5. Louis Prima.
  6. Guy Lombardo.
  7. Harry Roy.
  8. Fats Waller.
  9. Shirley Temple.
  10. Allan Jones.
  11. Bea Wain.
  12. Artie Shaw.
  13. Bing Crosby.
  14. Tommy Dorsey orchestra.
  15. Comedy Harmonists.
  16. Andrews Sisters.
  17. Ella Fitzgerald.
  18. Bob Hope & Shirley Ross.
  19. Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire.
  20. Fred Astaire

1939

  1. Glenn Miller & his orchestra.
  2. Kate Smith.
  3. Bea Wain.
  4. Flanagan & Allen.
  5. Pat Taylor.
  6. Carroll Gibbons.
  7. Al Bowlly.
  8. Delia Murphy.
  9. Glenn Miller & his orchestra.
  10. Judy Garland.
  11. Charlie Barnet orchestra.
  12. Adelaide Hall.
  13. Andrews Sisters.
  14. Gene Autry.
  15. Helen O'Connell.
  16. Joe Loss Banp.
  17. Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth.
  18. Nat Gonella.
  19. Anne Lenner.
  20. Bing Crosby & Frances Langford

1940

  1. Ink Spots.
  2. Glenn Miller & orchestra.
  3. Vera Lynn.
  4. Bing Crosby.
  5. Deanna Durbin.
  6. Frank Sinatra.
  7. Celia Lipton.
  8. Bing Crosby.
  9. Adelaide Hall.
  10. Ray Eberle.
  11. Anne Shelton.
  12. Carmen & Guy Lombardo.
  13. Bebe Daniels.
  14. Ink Spots.
  15. Deanna Durbin.
  16. Frank Sinatra.
  17. Andrews Sisters.
  18. Bing Crosby.
  19. Vera Lynn.
  20. Cavan O'Connor

Pop radio. Äèñê 2

1941

  1. Flagmann & Allen «Down Forget-Me-Not Lane».
  2. Hutch «Yesterday's Dreams».
  3. Tony Martin «The Last Time I Saw Paris».
  4. Dorothy Carless «Daddy».
  5. Deanna Durbin «It's Foolish But It's Fun».
  6. Marion Hutton «Yes My Darling Daughter».
  7. Al Bowlly & Jimmy Messene «When That Man Is Dead And Gone».
  8. Bing Crosby «San Antonio Rose».
  9. Helen O'Connell «Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga».
  10. Anne Shelton «There Goes That Song Again».
  11. Nat Gonella «Hey Little Hen».
  12. Ink Spots «Ring Telephone Ring».
  13. Vera Lynn «Yours».
  14. Bing Crosby «You Are My Sunshine».
  15. Victor Sylvester «You're Dancing On My Heart».
  16. Lena Horne «Just One Of Those Things».
  17. Webster Booth «Song Of Songs».
  18. Marjorie Kingsley «Sand In My Shoes».
  19. Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth «Will You Remember».
  20. Peggy Lee «My Heart Stood Still»

1942

  1. Billie Holiday «Travlin' Light».
  2. R.A.O.C. Blue Rockets «The Girl Who Broke The Sgt. Majors Heart».
  3. King Cole Trio «All For You».
  4. Johnny Mercer «They Didn't Believe Me».
  5. Ella Mae Morse «Shoo Shoo Baby».
  6. Lena Horne «Life's Full O'Consequences».
  7. Carroll Gibbons «You Walk By».
  8. Paul Robeson «Absent».
  9. Tex Ritter «Jingle Jangle» (I've Got Spurs That...).
  10. Webster Booth «Smilin' Trough».
  11. Lena Horne «Honey In The Honeycomb».
  12. Leslie Hutchinson «You Stepped Out Of A Dream».
  13. Gene Kelly & Judy Garland «For Me And My Gal».
  14. George Evans «Yankee Doodle Boy».
  15. Margaret Whiting «That Old Black Magic».
  16. Tony Martin «Where In The World».
  17. George Evans «Lamplighter's Serenade».
  18. Glenn Miller & Orchestra (vocals: Paula Kelly & Tex Beneke) «Chattanooga Choo Choo».
  19. Dinah Shore «Three Little Sisters».
  20. Kay Harding «Green Eyes»

1943-1944

  1. Frank Sinatra «Night And Day».
  2. Xavier Cugat «Brazil».
  3. Jo Stafford «It Could Happen To You».
  4. Nat «King» Cole «Sweet Lorraine».
  5. Ella Mae Morse «No Love, No Nothin».
  6. Fred Astaire «One for My Baby».
  7. Georgina «Always In My Heart».
  8. Billy Eckstine «Skylark».
  9. Bing Crosby «Deep In The Heart Of Texas».
  10. Marjorie Kingsley «Miss You».
  11. Carl Grayson «Cocktails For Two».
  12. Joya Sherrill «I'm Beginning To See The Light».
  13. Carmen Mastern & Ray Mc Kinley «Pistol Packin' Mama».
  14. Doris Day «Sentimental Journey».
  15. Liza Morrow «Symphony».
  16. Wynonie Harris «Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well».
  17. Nat «King» Cole «Bring Another Drink».
  18. Sarah Vaughan «No Smoke Blues».
  19. Pied Pipers «The Trolley Song».
  20. Jo Stafford «I'll Be With You»

1945

  1. Dottie Reid «It's Only A Paper Moon».
  2. Jo Stafford «There's No You».
  3. Nat «King» Cole «Don't Blame Me».
  4. Louis Jordan «Caldonia».
  5. June Christy «Tampico».
  6. Bob Wills «Roly Poly».
  7. Doris Day «You Won't Be Satisfied».
  8. Jack Dupree «Let's Have A Ball».
  9. June Christy «Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'».
  10. Danny Kaye «Ballin' The Jack».

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî:

1939

  1. Wendy Clare «Romany».
  2. Reg Williams & His Futurists «We Speak Of You Often».
  3. Elsie Carlisle «Two Sleepy People».
  4. Paul Robeson «Swing Low Sweet Chariot».
  5. George Formby «It's Turned Out Nice Again».
  6. Gracie Fields «Wish Me Luck».
  7. Hutch «Bon Voyage Cherie».
  8. Al Bowlly «Small Town».
  9. Dorothy Carless «You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby».
  10. Denny Dennis «The Masquerade Is Over».
  11. Ginny Simms «Indian Summer».
  12. Vera Lynn «Wishing».
  13. The Ink Spots «My Prayer».
  14. Woody Herman «At The Woodchoppers' Ball».
  15. Wendy Clare «Oh You Crazy Moon».
  16. Al Bowlly «What Do You Know About Love».
  17. George Melachrino «They Say».
  18. Vera Lynn «We'll Meet Again».
  19. Bill Currie «On The Outside Looking In».
  20. Robert «Tex» Morton «Big Rock Candy Mountain»

Pop radio. Äèñê 3

1946

  1. Margaret Whiting & Jerry Gray «Guilty».
  2. Nat «King» Cole «Baby, Baby All The Time».
  3. Buddy Clark & Anita Gordon «Linda».
  4. Sarah Vaughan «Don't Blame Me».
  5. Merle Travis «Cincinnati Lou».
  6. Louis Jordan «Choo Choo Ch'Boogie».
  7. Dinah Shore «Doin' What Comes Natur'lly».
  8. Tex Williams «I Got Texas In My Soul».
  9. Peggy Lee «Everything's Moving Too Fast».
  10. Arthur Crudup «That's Allright»

1947-1948

  1. Dick Haymes «Little White Lies».
  2. Doris Day «Love Somebody».
  3. Frankis Laine «That's My Desire».
  4. Art Lund «Mam'selle».
  5. Margaret Whiting «A Tree In The Meadow».
  6. Wynonie Harris «Good Rocking Tonight».
  7. Bob Lamm «Near You».
  8. Doris Day & Buddy Clark «Confess».
  9. James Baskett «Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah».
  10. Betty Hutton «I Wish I Didn't Love You So».
  11. Evelyn Knight «A Little Bird Told Me».
  12. Doris Day «It's Magic».
  13. Al Jolson «Carolina In The Morning».
  14. Dinah Shore «Buttons And Bows».
  15. Kay Kyser & His Orchestra «Woody Woodpecker Song».
  16. Ray Kellog «Far Away Island».
  17. Lou Barker Here's «A Little Girl».
  18. June Christy «Day Dream».
  19. Dinah Shore «Lavender Blue».
  20. Kay Kyser & His Orchestra «On A Slow Boat To China»

1949

  1. Johnny Lee Wills «Rag Mop».
  2. Fats Domino «The Fat Man».
  3. B. B. King «Take A Swing With Me».
  4. Sticks Mc Ghee «Venus».
  5. Dave Bartholomew «Ain't Gonna Do It».
  6. Dinah Shore & Buddy Clark «Baby It's Cold Outside».
  7. Ezio Pinza «Borne Enchanted Evening».
  8. Doris Day «Again».
  9. Benny Strong «I Never See Maggie Alone».
  10. Marilyn Monroe «Every Baby Needs A Da-da-daddy».
  11. Moon Mulligan «Ain't Get No Grindin'».
  12. Louis Jordan «Saturday Night Fish Fry».
  13. Dan Pickett «Baby Don't You Want To Go».
  14. Dinah Shore «Dear Hearts And Gentle People».
  15. Marjorie Hughes «Cruisin' Down The River».
  16. Gene Autry «Mule Train».
  17. Perry Como «Far Away Places».
  18. Professor Longhair «Mardi Gras In New Orleans».
  19. Wynonie Harris «All She Wants To Do Is Rock».
  20. Dinah Washington «It's Too Soon To Know»

1950-1951

  1. James Brothers «Music Music Music».
  2. King Cole Trio «Route 66».
  3. Patti Page «Tennessee Waltz».
  4. «Tennessee» Ernie Ford «I'll Never Be Free».
  5. Guy Mitchell «My Heart Cries For You».
  6. Don Cherry «Band Of Gold».
  7. Mel Thorme «Bewitched».
  8. Peggy Lee «Riders In The Sky».
  9. Teresa Brewer «Music Music Music».
  10. Nat «king» Cole «Mona Lisa».
  11. Tony Bennett «Because Of You».
  12. Rosemary Clooney «Come -on-a My House»
  13. Johnnie Ray «Cry».
  14. Guy Mitchell «The Roving Kind».
  15. Patti Page «Mister And Mississippi».
  16. Tony Bennett «Cold Cold Heart».
  17. Dinah Shore «Anniversary Song».
  18. Frankis Laine «Jealousy».
  19. Rosemary Clooney «Half As Much».
  20. «Tennessee» Ernie Ford «The Shot Gun Boogie»

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî: Billy Holiday

  1. Lover Man.
  2. Good Morning Heartache.
  3. My Man.
  4. Them There Eyes.
  5. Deep Song.
  6. Body And Soul.
  7. The Man I Love.
  8. God Bless The Child.
  9. Don't Explain

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî: Ella Fitzgerald

  1. I'm Thrilled.
  2. Cry You Out Of My Heart.
  3. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen.
  4. Make Love To Me.
  5. Sentimental Jorney.
  6. All My Life.
  7. A-tisket, A-tasket.
  8. Guilty.
  9. Imagination.
  10. I'll See You In My Dreams.
  11. Oh, Oh, What Do You Know About Love. 
  12. I Love You For Sentimental Reasons.

Pop radio

1920-1927

  1. Edith Day.
  2. Gene Austin & Aileen Stanley.
  3. Paul Whiteman & his orchestra.
  4. Gene Austin.
  5. Fanny Brice.
  6. Paul Whiteman & his orchestra.
  7. Vernon Dalhart.
  8. Gene Austin.
  9. Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians.
  10. Al Jolson April Showers.
  11. Gene Austin.
  12. Gertrude Lawrence.
  13. Johnny Hamp's Kenticky serenaders.
  14. Gene Austin.
  15. George Gershwin & Paul Whiteman orch.
  16. Al Jolson.
  17. Gene Austin.
  18. Nat Shilkret & orchestra.
  19. Al Jolson.
  20. Gene Austin

1927-1929

  1. Gene Austin.
  2. Duke Ellington & his orchestra.
  3. Al Jolson.
  4. Fran Frey & George Olsen & his music.
  5. Gene Austin.
  6. Jean Goldkette & his orchestra.
  7. Helen Kane.
  8. Irving Aaronson & his commanders.
  9. Gene Austin.
  10. John Hurt.
  11. Dolores Del Rio.
  12. Eddie Cantor.
  13. The coon-Sanders Nighthawks.
  14. Grayson & Whitter.
  15. Al Jolson.
  16. Gene Austin.
  17. Maurice Chevalier.
  18. Johnny Hamp's Kentucky serenaders.
  19. Al Jolson.
  20. Gene Austin

1930-1932

  1. Fanny Brice.
  2. Lou Levin.
  3. Rudy Valley trio.
  4. Bing Crosby.
  5. The Waring girls.
  6. Paul Whiteman & orch.
  7. Jeannie Lang.
  8. Paul Whiteman & Orchestra.
  9. Bing Crosby.
  10. Comedian Harmonists.
  11. Marlene Dietrich.
  12. Gene Autry.
  13. Comedian Harmonists.
  14. Maurice Chevalier.
  15. Bing Crosby.
  16. Fred Astaire.
  17. Mildred Bailey.
  18. Russcolumbo.
  19. Bing Crosby & Mills brothers.
  20. Fred Astaire

1933-1936

  1. Bing Crosby.
  2. Comedian Harmonists.
  3. Gene Autur.
  4. Ginger Rogers.
  5. Fred Astaire.
  6. Joan Crawford & Fred Astaire.
  7. Cab Calloway.
  8. Mae West.
  9. Cole Porter.
  10. Helen Morgan.
  11. Lew Sherwood.
  12. Shirley Temple.
  13. Edythe Wright.
  14. Dick Powell.
  15. Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers.
  16. Ginger Rogers.
  17. Jeanette Mac Donald & Nelson Eddy.
  18. Bing Crosby.
  19. Gene Krupa.
  20. Bunny Berigan

1937-1938

  1. Guy Lombardo.
  2. Lionel Hampton.
  3. Skinny Ennis.
  4. Edythe Wright.
  5. Louis Prima.
  6. Guy Lombardo.
  7. Harry Roy.
  8. Fats Waller.
  9. Shirley Temple.
  10. Allan Jones.
  11. Bea Wain.
  12. Artie Shaw.
  13. Bing Crosby.
  14. Tommy Dorsey orchestra.
  15. Comedy Harmonists.
  16. Andrews Sisters.
  17. Ella Fitzgerald.
  18. Bob Hope & Shirley Ross.
  19. Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire.
  20. Fred Astaire

1939

  1. Glenn Miller & his orchestra.
  2. Kate Smith.
  3. Bea Wain.
  4. Flanagan & Allen.
  5. Pat Taylor.
  6. Carroll Gibbons.
  7. Al Bowlly.
  8. Delia Murphy.
  9. Glenn Miller & his orchestra.
  10. Judy Garland.
  11. Charlie Barnet orchestra.
  12. Adelaide Hall.
  13. Andrews Sisters.
  14. Gene Autry.
  15. Helen O'Connell.
  16. Joe Loss Banp.
  17. Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth.
  18. Nat Gonella.
  19. Anne Lenner.
  20. Bing Crosby & Frances Langford

1940

  1. Ink Spots.
  2. Glenn Miller & orchestra.
  3. Vera Lynn.
  4. Bing Crosby.
  5. Deanna Durbin.
  6. Frank Sinatra.
  7. Celia Lipton.
  8. Bing Crosby.
  9. Adelaide Hall.
  10. Ray Eberle.
  11. Anne Shelton.
  12. Carmen & Guy Lombardo.
  13. Bebe Daniels.
  14. Ink Spots.
  15. Deanna Durbin.
  16. Frank Sinatra.
  17. Andrews Sisters.
  18. Bing Crosby.
  19. Vera Lynn.
  20. Cavan O'Connor

Pop radio. Äèñê 2

1941

  1. Flagmann & Allen «Down Forget-Me-Not Lane».
  2. Hutch «Yesterday's Dreams».
  3. Tony Martin «The Last Time I Saw Paris».
  4. Dorothy Carless «Daddy».
  5. Deanna Durbin «It's Foolish But It's Fun».
  6. Marion Hutton «Yes My Darling Daughter».
  7. Al Bowlly & Jimmy Messene «When That Man Is Dead And Gone».
  8. Bing Crosby «San Antonio Rose».
  9. Helen O'Connell «Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga».
  10. Anne Shelton «There Goes That Song Again».
  11. Nat Gonella «Hey Little Hen».
  12. Ink Spots «Ring Telephone Ring».
  13. Vera Lynn «Yours».
  14. Bing Crosby «You Are My Sunshine».
  15. Victor Sylvester «You're Dancing On My Heart».
  16. Lena Horne «Just One Of Those Things».
  17. Webster Booth «Song Of Songs».
  18. Marjorie Kingsley «Sand In My Shoes».
  19. Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth «Will You Remember».
  20. Peggy Lee «My Heart Stood Still»

1942

  1. Billie Holiday «Travlin' Light».
  2. R.A.O.C. Blue Rockets «The Girl Who Broke The Sgt. Majors Heart».
  3. King Cole Trio «All For You».
  4. Johnny Mercer «They Didn't Believe Me».
  5. Ella Mae Morse «Shoo Shoo Baby».
  6. Lena Horne «Life's Full O'Consequences».
  7. Carroll Gibbons «You Walk By».
  8. Paul Robeson «Absent».
  9. Tex Ritter «Jingle Jangle» (I've Got Spurs That...).
  10. Webster Booth «Smilin' Trough».
  11. Lena Horne «Honey In The Honeycomb».
  12. Leslie Hutchinson «You Stepped Out Of A Dream».
  13. Gene Kelly & Judy Garland «For Me And My Gal».
  14. George Evans «Yankee Doodle Boy».
  15. Margaret Whiting «That Old Black Magic».
  16. Tony Martin «Where In The World».
  17. George Evans «Lamplighter's Serenade».
  18. Glenn Miller & Orchestra (vocals: Paula Kelly & Tex Beneke) «Chattanooga Choo Choo».
  19. Dinah Shore «Three Little Sisters».
  20. Kay Harding «Green Eyes»

1943-1944

  1. Frank Sinatra «Night And Day».
  2. Xavier Cugat «Brazil».
  3. Jo Stafford «It Could Happen To You».
  4. Nat «King» Cole «Sweet Lorraine».
  5. Ella Mae Morse «No Love, No Nothin».
  6. Fred Astaire «One for My Baby».
  7. Georgina «Always In My Heart».
  8. Billy Eckstine «Skylark».
  9. Bing Crosby «Deep In The Heart Of Texas».
  10. Marjorie Kingsley «Miss You».
  11. Carl Grayson «Cocktails For Two».
  12. Joya Sherrill «I'm Beginning To See The Light».
  13. Carmen Mastern & Ray Mc Kinley «Pistol Packin' Mama».
  14. Doris Day «Sentimental Journey».
  15. Liza Morrow «Symphony».
  16. Wynonie Harris «Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well».
  17. Nat «King» Cole «Bring Another Drink».
  18. Sarah Vaughan «No Smoke Blues».
  19. Pied Pipers «The Trolley Song».
  20. Jo Stafford «I'll Be With You»

1945

  1. Dottie Reid «It's Only A Paper Moon».
  2. Jo Stafford «There's No You».
  3. Nat «King» Cole «Don't Blame Me».
  4. Louis Jordan «Caldonia».
  5. June Christy «Tampico».
  6. Bob Wills «Roly Poly».
  7. Doris Day «You Won't Be Satisfied».
  8. Jack Dupree «Let's Have A Ball».
  9. June Christy «Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'».
  10. Danny Kaye «Ballin' The Jack».

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî:

1939

  1. Wendy Clare «Romany».
  2. Reg Williams & His Futurists «We Speak Of You Often».
  3. Elsie Carlisle «Two Sleepy People».
  4. Paul Robeson «Swing Low Sweet Chariot».
  5. George Formby «It's Turned Out Nice Again».
  6. Gracie Fields «Wish Me Luck».
  7. Hutch «Bon Voyage Cherie».
  8. Al Bowlly «Small Town».
  9. Dorothy Carless «You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby».
  10. Denny Dennis «The Masquerade Is Over».
  11. Ginny Simms «Indian Summer».
  12. Vera Lynn «Wishing».
  13. The Ink Spots «My Prayer».
  14. Woody Herman «At The Woodchoppers' Ball».
  15. Wendy Clare «Oh You Crazy Moon».
  16. Al Bowlly «What Do You Know About Love».
  17. George Melachrino «They Say».
  18. Vera Lynn «We'll Meet Again».
  19. Bill Currie «On The Outside Looking In».
  20. Robert «Tex» Morton «Big Rock Candy Mountain»

Pop radio. Äèñê 3

1946

  1. Margaret Whiting & Jerry Gray «Guilty».
  2. Nat «King» Cole «Baby, Baby All The Time».
  3. Buddy Clark & Anita Gordon «Linda».
  4. Sarah Vaughan «Don't Blame Me».
  5. Merle Travis «Cincinnati Lou».
  6. Louis Jordan «Choo Choo Ch'Boogie».
  7. Dinah Shore «Doin' What Comes Natur'lly».
  8. Tex Williams «I Got Texas In My Soul».
  9. Peggy Lee «Everything's Moving Too Fast».
  10. Arthur Crudup «That's Allright»

1947-1948

  1. Dick Haymes «Little White Lies».
  2. Doris Day «Love Somebody».
  3. Frankis Laine «That's My Desire».
  4. Art Lund «Mam'selle».
  5. Margaret Whiting «A Tree In The Meadow».
  6. Wynonie Harris «Good Rocking Tonight».
  7. Bob Lamm «Near You».
  8. Doris Day & Buddy Clark «Confess».
  9. James Baskett «Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah».
  10. Betty Hutton «I Wish I Didn't Love You So».
  11. Evelyn Knight «A Little Bird Told Me».
  12. Doris Day «It's Magic».
  13. Al Jolson «Carolina In The Morning».
  14. Dinah Shore «Buttons And Bows».
  15. Kay Kyser & His Orchestra «Woody Woodpecker Song».
  16. Ray Kellog «Far Away Island».
  17. Lou Barker Here's «A Little Girl».
  18. June Christy «Day Dream».
  19. Dinah Shore «Lavender Blue».
  20. Kay Kyser & His Orchestra «On A Slow Boat To China»

1949

  1. Johnny Lee Wills «Rag Mop».
  2. Fats Domino «The Fat Man».
  3. B. B. King «Take A Swing With Me».
  4. Sticks Mc Ghee «Venus».
  5. Dave Bartholomew «Ain't Gonna Do It».
  6. Dinah Shore & Buddy Clark «Baby It's Cold Outside».
  7. Ezio Pinza «Borne Enchanted Evening».
  8. Doris Day «Again».
  9. Benny Strong «I Never See Maggie Alone».
  10. Marilyn Monroe «Every Baby Needs A Da-da-daddy».
  11. Moon Mulligan «Ain't Get No Grindin'».
  12. Louis Jordan «Saturday Night Fish Fry».
  13. Dan Pickett «Baby Don't You Want To Go».
  14. Dinah Shore «Dear Hearts And Gentle People».
  15. Marjorie Hughes «Cruisin' Down The River».
  16. Gene Autry «Mule Train».
  17. Perry Como «Far Away Places».
  18. Professor Longhair «Mardi Gras In New Orleans».
  19. Wynonie Harris «All She Wants To Do Is Rock».
  20. Dinah Washington «It's Too Soon To Know»

1950-1951

  1. James Brothers «Music Music Music».
  2. King Cole Trio «Route 66».
  3. Patti Page «Tennessee Waltz».
  4. «Tennessee» Ernie Ford «I'll Never Be Free».
  5. Guy Mitchell «My Heart Cries For You».
  6. Don Cherry «Band Of Gold».
  7. Mel Thorme «Bewitched».
  8. Peggy Lee «Riders In The Sky».
  9. Teresa Brewer «Music Music Music».
  10. Nat «king» Cole «Mona Lisa».
  11. Tony Bennett «Because Of You».
  12. Rosemary Clooney «Come -on-a My House»
  13. Johnnie Ray «Cry».
  14. Guy Mitchell «The Roving Kind».
  15. Patti Page «Mister And Mississippi».
  16. Tony Bennett «Cold Cold Heart».
  17. Dinah Shore «Anniversary Song».
  18. Frankis Laine «Jealousy».
  19. Rosemary Clooney «Half As Much».
  20. «Tennessee» Ernie Ford «The Shot Gun Boogie»

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî: Billy Holiday

  1. Lover Man.
  2. Good Morning Heartache.
  3. My Man.
  4. Them There Eyes.
  5. Deep Song.
  6. Body And Soul.
  7. The Man I Love.
  8. God Bless The Child.
  9. Don't Explain

Äîïîëíèòåëüíî: Ella Fitzgerald

  1. I'm Thrilled.
  2. Cry You Out Of My Heart.
  3. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen.
  4. Make Love To Me.
  5. Sentimental Jorney.
  6. All My Life.
  7. A-tisket, A-tasket.
  8. Guilty.
  9. Imagination.
  10. I'll See You In My Dreams.
  11. Oh, Oh, What Do You Know About Love. 
  12. I Love You For Sentimental Reasons.

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