EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 178

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 178. The final three entries into the Hot 100 on November 8, 1969- “See Ruby Fall”- Johnny Cash, “The Ten Commandments Of Love”- Little Anthony and The Imperials and “That’s How Heartaches Are Made”- The Marvelettes.

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583. “See Ruby Fall” Johnny Cash. Columbia. Country. Written by Johnny Cash. B-side:” Blistered” Peaked at #74 6 weeks on the chart. Johnny Cash overall had 13 #1 country music #1 hits. Grade: B-

 

 

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584.”The Ten Commandments Of Love”- Little Anthony and The Imperials. United Artists. Soul. Written by Marshall Paul. B-side:”Let The Sunshine In.” Peaked at #82 4 weeks on the chart.  R&B vocal group out of Boston- 19 Hot 100 hits from 1958-74 with 7 making the Top 40. Their biggest hit was their first one #4 “Tears On My Pillow” in 1958. Their final single to reach the Top 40 was back in 1965. “The Ten Commandments Of Love” had previously made appearances in the Hot 10 for “Harvey and The Moonglows” #22 in 1958, “#94 James MacArthur 1963 and #55 Peaches and Herb 1968. Grade: C+

 

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585. “That’s How Heartaches Are Made”- The Marvelettes. Tamla. Soul. Written by Ben Raleigh and Bob Halley. B-side:”Rainy Mourning.” Peaked at #97 1 week on the chart. Their biggest hit was “Please Mr. Postman” back in 1961- their first hit- a #1. “That’s How Heartaches Are Made” would be their final Hot 100 appearance. Grade: C+

3 responses to “EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 178

    • I hadn’t either- I probably had the JR Cash song but its one that doesn’t really stick with you or gets played much.

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