EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART 1969- PART 181

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 181- today’s singles all entered the chart on November 15, 1969- “Midnight”- Dennis Yost and The Classic IV, “Get Rhythm”- Johnny Cash and “Swingin’ Tight”- Bill Deal and The Rhondels.

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592. “Midnight”- Dennis Yost and The Classic IV. Imperial. Pop. Written by Buddy Buie and J.R. Cobb. B-side:” The Comic” Peaked at #58 8 weeks on the chart. The 3rd of 3 Hot 100 hits for the Classic IV in 1969- the biggest hit of their career came at the start of the year with “Traces”- #2. Grade: C

 

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593. “Get Rhythm”- Johnny Cash. Sun. Country. Written by Johnny Cash. B-side:”I Walk The Line.” Peaked at #60 6 weeks on the chart. These songs were released back in the mid-50’s on Sun- they were re-released with dubbed in ‘live’ sounds in 1969. Johnny Cash was hot in 1969- having his biggest pop hit earlier in the year with “A Boy Named Sue” #2- and his television show- and live albums at Folsom Prison and San Quintin. Grade: A+

 

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594. “Swingin’ Tight”- Bill Deal and The Rhondels. Heritage. Rock. Written by Bob Barash and Mark Barkan. B-side:” Tuck’s Theme.” Peaked at # 85 5 weeks on the chart. This was the year for Bill Deal and The Rhondels- they had 4 of their 5 Hot 100 singles that year with two making the Top 40. Grade: C

 

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