Liste der Nummer-eins-Hits in den USA (1950)

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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 1950. In diesem Jahr gab es 12 Nummer-eins-Singles.

Vereinigte StaatenVereinigte Staaten Nummer-eins-Singles 1950

← 1949 in den Charts der USA 1951 →
Datum
Wochen
Interpret Titel
Autor(en)
Zusätzliche Informationen
31. Dezember 1949 – 6. Januar 1950
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Frankie Laine & The Muleskinners Mule Train[1]
Johnny Lange, Hy Heath, Fred Glickman
Mercury 5345
7. Januar 1950 – 13. Januar 1950
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
Gene Autry & The Pinafores Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer[2]
Johnny Marks
Columbia 90049-V
14. Januar 1950 – 10. Februar 1950
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
The Andrews Sisters with Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra I Can Dream, Can't I?[3]
Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Decca 24 705
11. Februar 1950 – 17. Februar 1950
1 Woche (insgesamt 1 Wochen)
The Ames Brothers Rag Mop[4]
Deacon Anderson, Johnnie Lee Wills
Coral 60 140
18. Februar 1950 – 17. März 1950
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
Red Foley Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy[5]
Harry Stone, Jack Stapp
Decca 46 205
18. März 1950 – 14. April 1950
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
Teresa Brewer & The Dixieland All Stars Music! Music! Music![6]
Stephen Weiss, Bernie Baum
London 604
15. April 1950 – 28. April 1950
2 Wochen (insgesamt 2 Wochen)
Eileen Barton & The New Yorkers If I Knew You Were Coming I'd've Baked A Cake[7]
Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts
National 9103
29. April 1950 – 14. Juli 1950
11 Wochen (insgesamt 11 Wochen)
Anton Karas The Third Man Theme[8]
Anton Karas
London 30 005
15. Juli 1950 – 18. August 1950
5 Wochen (insgesamt 5 Wochen)
Nat King Cole with Les Baxter & his Orchestra Mona Lisa[9]
Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
Capitol 110
19. August 1950 – 17. November 1950
13 Wochen (insgesamt 13 Wochen)
Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra with The Weavers Goodnight, Irene[10]
Hudie Ledbetter, Alan Lomax
Decca 27 077
18. November 1950 – 1. Dezember 1950
2 Wochen (insgesamt 2 Wochen)
Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye Harbor Lights[11]
Hugh Williams, Jimmy Kennedy
Columbia 38 963
2. Dezember 1950 – 29. Dezember 1950
4 Wochen (insgesamt 4 Wochen)
Phil Harris with Walter Scharf & his Orchestra The Thing[12]
Charles Randolph Grean
RCA Victor 20-3968
← 1949   1951 →

Jahressinglecharts[Bearbeiten]

  1. Gordon Jenkins & the WeaversGoodnight Irene
  2. Nat King ColeMona Lisa
  3. Anton KarasThird Man Theme
  4. Gary & Bing CrosbySam's Song
  5. Gary & Bing CrosbySimple Melody
  6. Teresa BrewerMusic, Music, Music
  7. Guy LombardoThird Man Theme
  8. Red FoleyChattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy
  9. Sammy KayeHarbor Lights
  10. Sammy Kaye & Don CornellIt Isn't Fair
  11. Eileen BartonIf I Knew You Were Coming I'd've Baked a Cake
  12. Kay StarrBonaparte's Retreat
  13. Gordon Jenkins & The WeaversTzena, Tzena, Tzena
  14. Tony MartinThere's No Tomorrow
  15. Phil HarrisThe Thing
  16. Ames BrothersSentimental Me
  17. Andrews Sisters & Gordon JenkinsI Wanna Be Loved
  18. Patti PageTennessee Waltz
  19. Andrews Sisters & Gordon JenkinsI Can Dream, Can't I
  20. Tennessee Ernie Ford & Kay StarrI'll Never Be Free

siehe auch[Bearbeiten]

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Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]

  1. Discogs (Frankie Laine & & The Muleskinners - Mule Train)
  2. Discogs (Gene Autry & The Pinafores - Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer)
  3. Discogs (The Andrews Sisters with Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra - I Can Dream, Can't I?)
  4. Discogs (The Ames Brothers - Rag Mop)
  5. Discogs (Red Foley - Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy)
  6. Discogs (Teresa Brewer & The Dixieland All Stars - Music! Music! Music!)
  7. Discogs (Eileen Barton & The New Yorkers - If I Knew You Were Coming I'd've Baked A Cake)
  8. Discogs (Anton Karas - The Third Man Theme)
  9. Discogs (Nat King Cole with Les Baxter & his Orchestra - Mona Lisa)
  10. Discogs (Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra with The Weavers - Goodnight, Irene)
  11. Discogs (Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye - Harbor Lights)
  12. Discogs (Phil Harris with Walter Scharf & his Orchestra - The Thing)