Pop Charts

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Charlie Rich - Career - Career Peak in The 1970s
... when "I Take It on Home" went to number six in the country charts ... one hit early in that year, crossing over into the Top 20 on the pop charts ... three weeks at the top of the country charts and two weeks at the top of the pop charts ...
My Elusive Dreams - Other Versions
... in July 1967, peaking at #41 on the Hot Country Singles charts and #34 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 ... Putman's version of the song made its chart debut on the chart dated for July 8, 1967, one week before the Houston-Wynette version ... by Johnny Darrell, debuted on the country music charts dated for July 22, 1967, released through United Artists Records ...
Starpoint - Biography - Superstardom
... R B world, but it also brought them significant crossover success onto the pop charts with the Top 30 single "Object of My Desire." Co-written by ... title track "Restless" was also released as a single and did decently on both the pop and R B charts ... Wants My Body" became the band's third top-ten hit on the R B chart, it barely made a dent on the pop charts, and the overall success of the album paled in comparison to its predecessor ...
Orchestre De Paris - Pop Charts
... its performance of Ravel's Boléro became a hit on the Dutch pop chart ... CD-single to coincide with the success of the song "No more boleros" by the Dutch pop singer Gerard Joling, which included parts of the Ravel work ...
Dolly Parton - Music Career - 1976–86: Branching Out Into Pop Music
... specifically aiming her music in a more mainstream, pop direction ... First Gathering, highlighted Parton's pop sensibilities, both in terms of choice of songs - the album contained covers of the pop and R B classics "My Girl" and "Higher and Higher ... Though it topped the country albums charts, it stalled at No ...

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