EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 170

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 170- Today’s four singles are the final four to enter the chart on October 25, 1969- “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down’- Ray Stevens, “She’s Got Love”- Thomas and Richard Frost, “One Woman”- Johnny Rivers and “Wonderful” -Blackwell.

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555. “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down’- Ray Stevens- Monument. Country. Written by Kris Kristofferson. B-side:”The Minority.” Peaked at #81 and spent 3 weeks on the chart. The first version of the Kristofferson classic to be released- Johnny Cash’s version would become a #1 country hit and the go to version on the song. It was Stevens 3rd of 3 1969 Hot 100 hits for Stevens- who is best known for his comedy songs like “The Streak.” Grade: B

 

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556. “She’s Got Love”- Thomas and Richard Frost. Imperial. Rock. Written by Thomas and Richard Frost. B-side:”The Word Is Love.” Peaked at #83 and spent 4 weeks on the chart. The only Hot 100 hit for the Frost brothers. Grade: C

 

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557. “One Woman”- Johnny Rivers. Imperial. Pop. Written by  Charles Chalmers and  Sandra Rhodes. B-side:”Ode To John Lee”- Peaked at #89 and spent 4 weeks on the chart. Johnny Rivers had 3 Hot 100 hits in 1969 but was in a slump as far as the Top 40 goes he would after 1967 go until 1972 without having a big hit. Grade: C

 

558. “Wonderful”- Blackwell. Astro. Rock. Written by Glenn Gibson and John Bundrick. B-side:” Dirty Story.” Peaked at #89 and spent 2 weeks on the chart. The only Hot  100 hit for Blackwell a pop-rock band from Houston, Texas. Grade: C

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