EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 153

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 153. The five singles today were the final five to enter the charts on September 20, 2019. “Son Of A Lovin’ Man”- Buchanan Brothers, “Since I Met You, Baby”- Sonny James and The Southern Gentleman, “Don’t Forget To Remember” The Bee Gees, “Good Clean Fun”- The Monkees and “Drummer Boy”-Nancy Sinatra.

 

492. “Son Of A Lovin’ Man”- Buchanan Brothers. Event. Pop. Written by Terry Cashman, Eugene Pistilli and Tommy West. B-Side:”I’ll Never Get Enough” Peaked at #61 and spent 6 weeks on the chart. Buchanan Brothers two hit singles came in 1969- earlier in the year they had “Medicine Man Part 1” #22. “Son Of A Lovin’ Man” was on the soundtrack of “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” this past summer.  Grade: B

 

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493. “Since I Met You, Baby”- Sonny James and The Southern Gentleman. Capitol. Country. Written by Ivory Joe Hunter [it was a #12 hit for Hunter in 1956} B-Side:” Clinging To A Hope” Peaked at #65 and spent 7 weeks on the chart.  Sonny James had 21 # 1 hits on the country chart this was his 3rd of 3 Hot 100 singles on the Pop Hot 100 in 1969. Grade: C

 

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494. “Don’t Forget To Remember” The Bee Gees. Atco. Pop. Written by Barry and Maurice Gibb. B-side:”The Lord.” Peaked at #73 and spent 3 weeks on the chart. Grade: C

 

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495. “Good Clean Fun”- The Monkees. Colgems. Pop. Written by Micky Dolenz. B-side:”Mommy and Daddy” Peaked at #82 and spent 5 weeks on the chart. The television show was over and so were the 1960’s big hits- they had 4 singles in the Hot 100 in 1969 but none of them cracked the Top 40. Grade: B-

 

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496. “Drummer Man”- Nancy Sinatra. Reprise.  Country- Pop. Written by Murray Wecht. B-side:”Home” Peaked at #98 and spent 2 weeks on the chart.  The third of 3 1969 Hot 100 hits -they were consistent on the charts- a #97, #98 and this one #98 and spent 2 weeks on the chart. This was also at age 29 the final Hot 100 hit for Miss Sinatra. Grade: B-