Guy Mitchell - The Hit Singles 1950 - 1960 album flac
Title: The Hit Singles 1950 - 1960
Style: Ballad, Vocal, Rock & Roll
MP3 album: 1851 mb
FLAC album: 1728 mb
Other formats: VOC AA DTS MPC MIDI XM ASF
Genre: Rock / Pop
The UK Singles Chart is the official record chart in the United Kingdom. Record charts in the UK began life in 1952 when Percy Dickins from New Musical Express (NME) imitated an idea started in American Billboard magazine and began compiling a hit parade. Prior to this, a song's popularity was measured by the sales of sheet music. Initially, Dickins telephoned a sample of around 20 shops asking for a list of the 10 best-selling songs.
Guy Mitchell (born Albert George Cernik; February 22, 1927 – July 1, 1999) was an American pop singer and actor, successful in his homeland, the UK, and Australia. He sold 44 million records, including six million-selling singles. In the fall of 1957, Mitchell starred in ABC's The Guy Mitchell Show. He appeared as George Romack on the 1961 NBC western detective series Whispering Smith, with World War II hero Audie Murphy in the leading role.
This article is about the US number-one songs chart from 1950–1958. Billboard number-one singles charts preceding the Billboard Hot 100 were updated weekly by Billboard magazine and the leading indicator of popular music for the American music industry since 1940 and until the Billboard Hot 100 chart was established in 1958. Before the Billboard Hot 100 chart was established in August 1958, Billboard used to publish several weekly charts
The UK Singles Chart is the official record chart in the United Kingdom.
The NME (or New Musical Express) is a British weekly popular music newspaper. Record charts in the United Kingdom began on 14 November 1952 when NME imitated an idea started in American Billboard magazine compiled their own hit parade.
The UK Albums Chart is a record chart based on weekly album sales in the United Kingdom; during the 1960s, a total of 57 albums reached number one. The sources are the Melody Maker chart until March 1960, and the Record Retailer chart from March 1960 onwards. Six artists spent 20 weeks or more at number one on the albums chart during the 1960s. Eight record labels spent 20 weeks or more at number one on the albums chart during the 1960s.
Guy's biggest hit - number one in both Britain and America - was Singing the blues, which was originally recorded by a friend of Guy's, the country singer Marty Robbins, who had an American top twenty hit with it. Guy was reluctant to record the song but eventually did so ant it is clear that the public wanted his version of the song although I enjoy both versions and I'm not sure why his version did so much better than Marty's
Features Song Lyrics for Guy Mitchell's 16 Greatest Songs 1950-1960 Vol. 27 album. Guy Mitchell - 16 Greatest Songs 1950-1960 Vol. Artist: Guy Mitchell. Send "Guy Mitchell" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: 16 Greatest Songs 1950-1960 Vol. 27. 0. 1.
|A1||Singing The Blues||2:25|
|A2||The Roving Kind||2:46|
|A3||Cuff of my Shirt||2:39|
|A4||In the Middle of a Dark, Dark Night||2:25|
|A8||Belle, Belle My Liberty Belle||2:24|
|B2||My Truly Truly Fair||2:48|
|B3||('Cause I Love You) Thats-a-why||2:50|
|B4||Feet Up (Pat Him on the Po-po)||2:40|
|B5||Look At That Girl||2:48|
|B6||My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You||2:52|
|B7||Sparrow In The Tree Top||3:14|
|C1||My Heart Cries For You||2:45|
|C3||Ninety Nine Years (Dead or Alive)||2:52|
|C4||Crazy With Love||2:20|
|C5||Cloud Lucky Seven||2:28|
|C6||The Same Old Me||2:24|
|C7||Dime and A Dollar||2:23|
|D1||Heartaches By The Number||2:40|
|D2||Knee Deep In The Blues||2:10|
|D3||Pretty Little Black Eyed Suzie||2:34|
|D4||Take Me Back Baby||2:33|
|D6||Call Rosie On The Phone||2:27|
|D7||She Wears Red Feathers||3:06|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records
- Sleeve – Jean-Luke Epstein*, Nick Marchant
- Sleeve Notes – Gordon Gray
CBS 22109 on sleeve
CBS 54187/8 on labels
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 0149
- Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
- Other (Cat. #, record 1): S CBS 54187
- Other (Cat. #, record 2): S CBS 54188
- Other (Distribution code): CB 232
- Other (Distribution code): 57