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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 December 4
YearSongArtist
1950 Tennessee Waltz Patti Page
1951 The Little White Cloud That Cried Johnnie Ray
1952 Oh Happy Day Don Howard
1953 That's Amore Dean Martin
1954 Let Me Go Lover Joan Weber
1955 Sixteen Tons "Tennessee" Ernie Ford
1956 Singing The Blues Guy Mitchell
1957 My Special Angel Bobby Helms
1958 Tom Dooley Kingston Trio
1959 Oh! Carol Neil Sedaka
1960 Are You Lonesome To-Night Elvis Presley
1961 Let There Be Drums Sandy Nelson
1962 Telstar Tornadoes
1963 Dominique Singing Nun (Soeur Sourire)
1964 She's Not There Zombies
1965 Let's Hang On Four Seasons
1966 Good Vibrations Beach Boys
1967 Daydream Believer Monkees
1968 Abraham, Martin & John Dion
1969 Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye Steam
1970 The Tears Of A Clown Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
1971 Theme From Shaft Isaac Hayes
1972 Papa Was A Rolling Stone Temptations
1973 I Got A Name Jim Croce
1974 Kung Fu Fighting Carl Douglas
1975 That's The Way (I Like It) KC & the Sunshine Band
1976 Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright) Rod Stewart
1977 Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue Crystal Gayle
1978 Hot Child In The City Nick Gilder
1979 Babe Styx
1980 Lady Kenny Rogers

Here are the Top 15 songs in Chicago
on December 4, 1971:

  1. Theme From Shaft-Isaac Hayes
  2. Baby I'm-A Want You-Bread
  3. Brand New Key-Melanie
  4. Family Affair-Sly & the Family Stone
  5. Have You Seen Her-Chi-Lites
  6. Wild Night-Van Morrison
  7. Got To Be There-Michael Jackson
  8. All I Ever Need Is You-Sonny & Cher
  9. An Old Fashioned Love Song-Three Dog Night
  10. Cherish-David Cassidy
  11. Imagine-John Lennon
  12. Stones/Crunchy Granola Suite-Neil Diamond
  13. Peace Train-Cat Stevens
  14. Absolutely Right-Five Man Electrical Band
  15. Respect Yourself-Staple Singers

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