EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 165

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 165. The four singles today entered the chart on October 18, 1969. “Turn On A Dream”- The Box Tops, “Say You Love Me”- The Impressions, “Crumbs Off The Table”-The Glass House and “Shangri-La”-The Letterman.

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538. “Turn On A Dream”- The Box Tops. Mala. Pop. Written by Mark James. B-side:”Together” Peaked at #58 7 weeks on the chart. The 3rd of 4 1969 Hot 100 hits by The Box Tops which featured the great Alex Chilton in his pre-Big Star days. The Memphis pop-rock bands biggest hit in 1969 was “Soul Deep” #18. Grade: A-

 

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539. “Say You Love Me”- The Impressions. Curtom. Soul. Written by Curtis Mayfield. B-side””You’ll Always Be Mine.” Peaked at #58 and spent 9 weeks on the chart. The 3rd of 3 Hot 1969 singles by The Impressions. Grade: B

 

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540. “Crumbs Off The Table”- The Glass House. Invictus. Soul. Written by Edith Wayne and Ron Dunbar. B-side:” Bad Bill Of Goods.” Peaked at #59 and spent 9 weeks on the chart. The Glass House a Detroit R&B vocal group had 2 Hot 100 singles in their career in 1969- and 1970. Grade: A

 

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541. “Shangri-La”- The Letterman. Capitol. Pop. Written by Carl Segman, Matty Malneck and Robert Maxwell.  B-side:” When Summer Dies.”  Peaked at #64 and spent 5 weeks on the chart. The 2nd of 3 1969 Hot 100 singles by The Letterman out of Los Angeles. Their final Top 40 hit ever had come earlier in the year with “Hurt So Bad.”#12. Grade: D.

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