EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART 1969- PART 131

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 199 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 131. Today’s four singles were the final four singles entering the chart on August 9, 1969- “Chelsea Morning”- Judy Collins, “Farewell Love Scene”- Romeo and Juliet Soundtrack, Look At Mine”- Petula Clark and “Who Do You Love”- Quicksilver Messenger Service.

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418. “Chelsea Morning”-Judy Collins. Elektra. Pop. Written by Joni Mitchell. B-side:”Pretty Polly.” Peaked at #78 and spent 4 weeks on the chart. The 2nd of 3 Hot 100 1969 singles for  Judy Collins- none of which cracked the Top 40. This one another Collins cover of Joni Mitchell. Grade: A

 

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419. “Farewell Love Scene”- Romeo and Juliet Soundtrack. Capitol. Pop. Written by Nino Rota. B-side:”What Is A Youth.” The only Hot 100 single credited to Romeo and Juliet Soundtrack- it was from the movie Romeo and Juliet. The voices on this are those of Olivia Hussey, Leonard Whiting and Pat Heywood. Grade: C

 

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420. “Look At Mine”- Petula Clark. Warner Brothers- Seven Arts. Pop. Written by Jackie Trent and Tony Hatch. B-side:”You and I”- Peaked at #89 and spent 3 weeks in the Hot 100. 2nd of 3 Hot 100 singles in 1969 by Petula Clark- none made the Top 40. Grade: B-

 

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421. “Who Do You Love”- Quicksilver Messenger Service. Capitol. Rock. Written by Bo Diddley. B-side:”Which Do You Love.” Peaked at #91 and spent 3 weeks in the chart. Quicksilver Messenger Service had 3 singles reach the Hot 100 from 1969-71- the San Francisco rock group had none of them reach the Top 40. Grade: C+

One response to “EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART 1969- PART 131

  1. Terrible cover of Joni’s song by Judy, ugh! Petula song could be an exhibitionist’s theme song 😉 That last one sounds like a poor man’s version of The Grateful Dead.

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