What was the top song on the charts on July 13th 1967?
"Windy" by the Association was the number 1 hit song on July 13, 1967.
"Windy" by the Association was the number 1 hit song on July 1, 1967.
"Windy" by the Association was the number 1 hit song on July 9, 1967.
Roses are Red (My Love)
The Song of Avila - 1967 was released on: USA: 22 July 1967
"I Swear" by All for One
The Spencer Davis Group took this song to #2 on the UK charts and #7 on the US charts in 1967. A link can be found below.
The number one song for the week of July 1-7, 1962 on the U.S. Charts was 'The Stripper' by David Rose.
Kashmir By Led Zeppelin
Man in the Mirror.
For the week of June 12 to 18 of 1977 the number one song was Fleetwood Mac - Dreams
San Francisco ( Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair ) by Scott McKenzie was the Number One song in the UK charts on the 25th August 1967.
There were four number one songs in July 1974, including Sundown, Rock the Boat, Rock your Baby, and Annie's Song
Song Sung Blue, then Lean on Me, then Alone Again (Naturally)
The band, Depeche Mode, released the song, 'Personal Jesus', on August 29th of 1989. The song reached 13th on the UK charts and number 28 on the Billboard Top 100.
Paint it, Black by The Rolling Stones got released on May 6th/May 13th 1966 in the United States/the UK and achieved a number one spot on the single charts in both countries.
In the United States, on July 31st, 1962, Bobby Vinton's 'Roses are Red (My Love)' topped the charts.
Windy by The Association
"Windy" by The Association
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You" was a song originally written and performed by Frankie Valli. Originally released in 1967, the song reached #2 on the Billboard charts.
Light my fire by The Doors
The song 'Up Up and Away' was sang by the pop group called The 5th Dimension. The song was written in 1967 by Jimmy Webb, and hit the top 20 charts all over the world.
If you're thinking of the song by Lobo, it peaked at number 56 on July 8, 1971
Though often called "The Loneliest Number", the song is actually "One" and was written by Harry Nilsson for his 1967 album "Aerial Ballet". In 1969 Three Dog Night covered it, pushing the song into the top of the charts.
Crazy was the song that was No. 1 on the UK charts
Harry Nilsson wrote and sang the song in 1967. Later on the band "Three Dog Night" sang "One is the Loneliest Number" in 1969. They were the ones to make it popular and send it to the top of the charts.
Yes it did! In 2001, You Shot The Sheriff reached the #1 song on the charts!
"Weird Al" has never has a song make #1 on the charts, but His 2006 song "White 'n' Nerdy made #9 on the charts.
The #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 on 24 Jul 1959 was Lonely Boy by Paul Anka.
"Teddy Bear" by, Red Sovine reached the top of the charts faster than any other song. To this day, no song has reached #1 on the charts faster than Teddy Bear.
alice cooper he wrote the theme song to firday the 13th
Number 13 in the UK music charts is currently ALESHA DIXON with the song BREATHE SLOW. This song has been in the charts for 5 weeks and was number 23 last week.
Cher's song "Believe" spent the longest at No. 1 in the UK pop charts in 1998. It was at the top for 7 weeks.
The song "Immigrant Song" was made by the band Led Zepplin and was released November 5, 1970. The song itself did very well, and made it all the way to #16 on the Billboard charts.
Larry Adler hit the Top 40 with the song "The Man I Love", which was a duet with Kate Bush. The song hit the top 40 charts in July 1994and Adler was 80 years old.
Although there is no universally accepted measure of popularity, it's position in the sales charts of various countries can give some idea of how popular this song was after release. The song peaked at #1 in the UK charts, #3 in the Irish charts, #2 in Italy and #7 in Australia.
The song "Walk Like A Man" by The 4 Seasons topped the Billboard Charts on March 17, 1963.
Frankie Laine's and Tennessee Ernie Ford's recording of the song reached number 1 on the charts.
There were no billboard charts in 1951. Billboard charts did not begin until 1958
The Beatles did not release any singles from the 1967 album; Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds was on a single on the album. Elton John had a hit in 1975 with a remake of the song. The Beatles never released the song as a single.
Nickelback first hit song was a song called Leader Of Men which got the band their first success. The song reached the top 20 in the Canadian Rock Charts and the Top Ten on the American Rock charts.
One pop song that was in the charts in 1996 was the song titled "Missing" by the band Everything But The Girl. Another hit of 96' was "Wonderwall" by Oasis.
What month and year did the song 'Can't Take My Eyes off You' by the Four Seasons become number one on the pop charts?
Sorry, but it never quite made #1, it only got as far as #2 in 1967.
The song "In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)" was originally written by Rick Evans in 1964, and recorded in 1969, reaching the top of the Billboard charts in the week ending July 12, 1969, staying at the top spot for six weeks.
You must be thinking of Superstition. However, it entered the charts on December 9, 1972 and was on the charts for 13 weeks.
The Song of Assisi - 1967 was released on: USA: 1967
Adele's longest song is Set Fire to the Rain and Rumour has it
i think that summer girl by sterios is a GREAT song
No, this song was never released as a single.
Just the way you are
make it a best seller *shrugs*