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[Number One Songs]

Here are the Number One Songs this week
in Chicago during the 50's, 60's and 70's

Week of February 7
YearSongArtist
1950 Music! Music! Music! Teresa Brewer & the Dixieland All Stars
1951 Be My Love Mario Lanza
1952 Tell Me Why Four Aces featuring Al Alberts
1953 Till I Waltz Again With You Teresa Brewer
1954 From The Vine Came The Grape Gaylords
1955 Earth Angel Penguins
1956 Rock And Roll Waltz Kay Starr
1957 Young Love Tab Hunter
1958 Get A Job Silhouettes
1959 I Got A Wife Mark IV
1960 Running Bear Johnny Preston
1961 Calcutta Lawrence Welk
1962 Duke Of Earl Gene Chandler
1963 Hey Paula Paul & Paula
1964 I Want To Hold Your Hand Beatles
1965 This Diamond Ring Gary Lewis & the Playboys
1966 Lightnin' Strikes Lou Christie
1967 I'm A Believer/(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone Monkees
1968 Love Is Blue Paul Mauriat
1969 Touch Me Doors
1970 Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin Sly & the Family Stone
1971 One Bad Apple Osmonds
1972 American Pie Don McLean
1973 Crocodile Rock Elton John
1974 Seasons In The Sun Terry Jacks
1975 Mandy Barry Manilow
1976 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover Paul Simon
1977 Hot Line Sylvers
1978 Stayin' Alive Bee Gees
1979 Le Freak Chic
1980 Rock With You Michael Jackson

Here are the Top 15 songs in Chicago
on February 7, 1959:

  1. I Got A Wife-Mark IV
  2. Stagger Lee-Lloyd Price
  3. Donna-Ritchie Valens
  4. Tall Paul-Annette with the Afterbeats
  5. Petite Fleur (Little Flower)-Chris Barber Jazz Band
  6. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes-Platters
  7. The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au)-Andy Williams
  8. 16 Candles-Crests
  9. Peter Gunn-Ray Anthony
  10. Goodbye Baby-Jack Scott
  11. I Cried A Tear-LaVern Baker
  12. The Lonely One-Duane Eddy
  13. Lonely Teardrops-Jackie Wilson
  14. The Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack)-Cyril Stapleton
    The Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack)-Mitch Miller
    This Old Man, He Played One (Children's Marching Song)-Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
  15. The All American Boy-Bill Parsons

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