EVERY ENTRY INTO THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES CHART- 1969- PART 198

Every Entry Into The Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart- 1969- Part 198. The four singles today were the final four singles that entered the chart on December 13, 1969- “How I Miss You Baby”- Bobby Womack, “Land Of 1000 Dances”- The Electric Indian, “Alice’s Rock and Roll Restaurant”-Arlo Guthrie and “Big In Vegas”- Buck Owens and The Buckaroos.

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644. “How I Miss You Baby”- Bobby Womack. Minit. Soul. Written by Darryl Carter and Bobby Womack. B-side:”Tired and Convicted.” Peaked at #93 2 weeks on the chart. Bobby Womack had 14 Hot 100 Singles with 4 making the Top 40. Womack’s biggest hit was “Looking For A Love” #10 in 1974. Grade: B+

 

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645. “Land Of 1000 Dances”- The Electric Indian. United Artists. Soul. Written by Fats Domino and Chris Kenner. B-side:” Geronimo” Peaked at #95 1 week on the chart. The Electric Indian had 2 Hot 100 hits the biggest being “Keem -O- Sabe” #16 earlier in 1969. The Electric Indian was an instrumental studio band from Philadelphia. Eight different versions of this song has made the Hot 100 over the years the biggest being Wilson Pickett’s version in 1966 which went to #6. Grade: C+

 

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646. “Alice’s Rock and Roll Restaurant”- Arlo Guthrie.Reprise. Folk. Written by Arlo Guthrie. B-side: “Coming Into Los Angeles” Peaked at #97 2 weeks on the chart. The son of Arlo Guthrie had 2 Hot 100 hits the biggest being “The City Of New Orleans” #18 in 1972. This single was a shortened version  of his legendary song “Alice’s Restaurant” with a more rock and roll sound. Stick with the original. Grade: B-

 

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647. “Big In Vegas”- Buck Owens and The Buckaroos. Capitol. Country. Written by Buck Owens and Terry Stafford. B-side:” White Satin Bed” Peaked at #100 1 week on the chart.  Buck Owens had 90 country hits with 21 #1 country hits. His biggest pop hit was “I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail” #25 in 1965 his only pop Top 40 hit. Grade: B+