EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 187

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 187.  The singles listed today were the highest entering the chart on November 29, 1969- this week Billboard changed things up- if a singles A and B- sides both got a lot of airplay they listed both singles. They would do this for a couple years. The singles on this date- “Don’t Cry Daddy” and “Rubberneckin”- Elvis Presley, “Jingle Jangle”- The Archies, “Tonight I’ll Say A Prayer”- Eydie Gorme.

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609. “Don’t Cry Daddy”- Elvis Presley. RCA Victor. Country Rock. B-side” Rubberneckin'” Peaked at # 6 13 weeks on the chart.  1969 was a big comeback year for Elvis- which included what would be his final #1 “Suspicious Minds” earlier in the year. Grade: A

610. “Rubberneckin'”- Elvis Presley. RCA Victor.R&B.  Written by Dory Jones and Bunny Warren .B-side to “Don’t Cry Daddy” Peaked at #6 13 weeks on the chart. From The King’s final movie “Change Of Habit” Grade: B

611. “Jingle Jangle”- The Archies. Kirshner.  Bubblegum Pop. Written by Andy Kim. B-side: “Justine” Peaked at #10 13 weeks in the Hot 100. The follow up to The Archies #1 hit “Sugar Sugar” Grade: C

 

612. “Tonight I’ll Say A Prayer”- Eydie Gorme. RCA Victor. Easy Listening. Written by R. Allen and Tony Remis. B: Side: “Wild One”  Eydie Gorme had 17 Hot 100 singles and 7 Top 40 singles. Her biggest hit was “Blame It On The Bossa Nova” #7 in 1963. Grade: C

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