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Search this site with Google. This page lists the song chart entries of Johnnie Ray. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.
The song "You're My Everything" listed here as a hit in is from a different artist known by the same name. Thanks to Maurice from Canada for pointing that out. When I was a child I remember we had a 78 record of johnny Ray titled "Thetouch of gods hand" have I remembered correctly and can I get a copy? Hi,Does anyone know if the Cash Box charts will ever be back again. Site has been out for few months without any explanation.
Some of the songs listed No. Could you tell me which ones are DJ and Juke Box for all songs on your list. Your are correct in the early s Billboard and CashBox had a variety of different, irregular charts and most modern versions have consolidated them "in some way" to get their positions. The answers to all your questions can be found on the "Song Charts" page there's a link on the left at the top of this page. The Billboard chart comes from the Bullfrog data, ours is from version On the web site just follow the "Latest SS" link.
In both those cases we have relied on the original data provider to generate the charts, so we don't know where they have used DJ, Juke Box, Best Selling or Airplay charts. Each piece of text used to identify a song chart position anywhere on the site matches one of these templates, so you can use this to track every entry back to its original source.
You might, for example, find the "Flanders" data interesting. Of course in some cases we've had to fix the entries, for example when you pointed out that one chart had "Johnny Come Home" when it meant "Johnnie's Comin' Home", in general the original source won't have made the fix.
We have tried to ensure that all our entries are accurate, however it is quite possible that when making charts consistent we have introduced some errors, if you find any tell us about them and we'll fix the issue. Hello again, No. You Main Theme (Genso Suikoden) - GENTLE LOVE - Prescription For Sleep (Game Music Lullabies) (File, Alb correct about UK Charts starting only in 15 Nov.
I discovered later that info taken from Chart Surfer from to was actually Sheet Music Sales. In ref to No. Thanks, Maurice. You're right about the song, we felt that the comment at the top of the page was the best way to clarify the situation.
The correct title, as you suggest, is "Johnnie's Comin' Home" that change will be made. Thanks for the correction. The song was not in the OzNet list we retreived in which was dated The OzNet list has obviously been moved, we can no longer find it where it was. Where was your source for this data? We also don't know where to access the "Australia's National Chart" for the s. When we search under that title on Google we are redirected to the "Kent Music Report", a listing gathered by David Kent from May to Free Fallin - Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever - The Videos (VHS) on your previous suggestion we incorporated some of his annual charts already, basicly those that are easily to access.
We don't have access to the complete content of his books, and even if we did we would want to be sure that using it was not breaking his copyright. So unless there are additional charts that are accessible on the web there will always be entries in his books that we can't use.
If there are some accessible versions of the Kent charts that we have overlooked we'd be happy to consider them. With "Yes Tonight Josephine" Tumbling Tears - Gregory Isaacs - Lonely Days have a similar issue.
We can only use charts we have a digital version of. The Belgian and German we have don't go back to the s. If you point us at the more complete charts we can add them in. Thank you for your continuing contribution, your input continues to be invaluable.
For the song "Cry" at No. Also I discovered the following: No. The song was number one for 11 weeks and it was the number two song of Nat King Cole's song "Unforgettable" was listed as Billboard's number one song of The entry on "Charts Surfer" stating that it was a number two in the UK is just wrong.
The UK charts didn't start until The Australian "Number Ones" is more interesting, these are from the Mountains In The Moonlight - Johnnie Ray - A Proper Introduction To Johnnie Ray - Cry Music Report" which retrospectively calculated charts for Mountains In The Moonlight - Johnnie Ray - A Proper Introduction To Johnnie Ray - Cry s and s.
We reserve some doubts about this type of process, however the methodology used has been clearly defined and the process has no obvious sources of bias so, as you can see, we have added these charts. Thanks for pointing them out. The Four Lads were the original artists for those two hits. The Four Lads were original back up for Johnnie Ray in at the start of his career but did go their own way to have many big hits later on.
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