Liste der Nummer-eins-Hits in den USA (1943)

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Dies ist eine Liste der Nummer-eins-Hits in den von Billboard ermittelten Best-Sellers-in-Stores-Charts (Verkaufscharts) in den USA im Jahr 1943. In diesem Jahr gab es zehn Nummer-eins-Singles.

Vereinigte StaatenVereinigte Staaten Nummer-eins-Singles 1943

← 1942 in den Charts der USA 1944 →
Datum
Wochen
Interpret Titel
Autor(en)
Zusätzliche Informationen
26. Dezember 1942 – 15. Januar 1943
3 Wochen (insgesamt 3 Wochen)
Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers & John Scott Trotter & his Orchestra White Christmas[1]
Irving Berlin
Decca 18 429
16. Januar 1943 – 12. Februar 1943
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra & The Pied Pipers There Are Such Things[2]
Abel Baer, George W. Meyer, Stanley Adams
Victor 27 974
13. Februar 1943 – 26. Februar 1943
2 Wochen (insgesamt 2 Wochen)
Harry James & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest I Had the Craziest Dream[3]
Harry Warren, Mack Gordon
Columbia 36 659
27. Februar 1943 – 5. März 1943
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra & The Pied Pipers There Are Such Things
Abel Baer, George W. Meyer, Stanley Adams
Victor 27 974
6. März 1943 – 28. Mai 1943
12 Wochen (insgesamt 12 Wochen)
Harry James & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest I've Heard That Song Before[4]
Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn
Columbia 36 668
29. Mai 1943 – 4. Juni 1943
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Glenn Miller & his Orchestra with Skip Nelson & The Modernaires That Old Black Magic[5]
Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
Victor 20-1523
5. Juni 1943 – 11. Juni 1943
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Harry James & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest I've Heard That Song Before
Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn
Columbia 36 668
12. Juni 1943 – 2. Juli 1943
3 Wochen (insgesamt 3 Wochen)
Benny Goodman & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest Taking a Chance On Love[6]
John Latouche, Ted Fetter, Vernon Duke
Columbia 35 869
3. Juli 1943 – 23. Juli 1943
3 Wochen (insgesamt 3 Wochen)
The Song Spinners Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer[7]
Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh
Decca ‎18 553
24. Juli 1943 – 20. August 1943
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
Dick Haymes & The Song Spinners You’ll Never Know[8]
Harry Warren, Mack Gordon
Decca ‎18 556
21. August 1943 – 10. September 1943
3 Wochen (insgesamt 3 Wochen)
Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra In The Blue Of Evening[9]
Alfonso D'Artega, Tom Adair
Victor 27 947
11. September 1943 – 29. Oktober 1943
7 Wochen (insgesamt 7 Wochen)
Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers Sunday, Monday Or Always[10]
Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
Decca 18 561
30. Oktober 1943 – 5. November 1943
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Al Dexter & his Troopers Pistol Packin' Mama[11]
Al Dexter
Okeh 6708
6. November 1943 – 31. Dezember 1943
8 Wochen (insgesamt 8 Wochen)
The Mills Brothers Paper Doll[12]
Johnny S. Black
Decca 18 318
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  1. Discogs (Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers & John Scott Trotter & his Orchestra - (White Christmas))
  2. Discogs (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra & The Pied Pipers - There Are Such Things)
  3. Discogs (Harry James & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest - I Had the Craziest Dream)
  4. Discogs (Harry James & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest - I've Heard That Song Before)
  5. Discogs (Glenn Miller & his Orchestra with Skip Nelson & The Modernaires - That Old Black Magic)
  6. Discogs (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest - Taking a Chance On Love)
  7. Discogs (The Song Spinners - Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer)
  8. Discogs (Dick Haymes & The Song Spinners - You’ll Never Know)
  9. Discogs (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Frank Sinatra - In The Blue Of Evening)
  10. Discogs (Bing Crosby with Ken Darby Singers - Sunday, Monday Or Always)
  11. Discogs (Al Dexter & his Troopers - Pistol Packin' Mama)
  12. Discogs (The Mills Brothers - Paper Doll)