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Various Artists Raging Harlem Hit Parade Relic 42. Various Artists Mercury R & B ’46 – ’62 Mercury 43. Price, Lloyd Lawdy! Speciality 44. Willis, Chuck My Story CBS 45. Brown, Ruth Miss Rhythm: Greatest Hits Atlantic. Part Two: New York and New Jersey. 296. Olympics Official Record Album of th. hino 297. Various Artists Del-Fi & Donna Story Ace 298. McCracklin, Jimmy My Answer Imperial 299. Righteous Brothers Anthology Rhino 300. Rivingtons Liberty Years Liberty 301. Taylor, Little Johnny Galaxy Years Ace 302.
Album: Raging Harlem Hit Parade. Various - Raging Harlem Hit Parade MP3 version. 1587 downloads at 32 mb/s.
Bobby Robinson's Labels: Album Discographies By David Edwards and Mike Callahan Last update: August 31, 1997. Bobby Robinson owned a record shop in New York City. He established many record labels in the '50s and '60s, on some he was the sole owner, on others he was in partnership with his brother Danny Robinson. 7009 - Raging Harlem Hit Parade - Various Artists Dust My Broom - Elmore James (M)/Every Beat Of My Heart - Gladys Knight (S, Fury version)/Soul Twist - King Curtis (S, Enjoy original, but mixed with sax loud and guitar down in the mix, which is strange if you're used to the original mix, where the guitar was mixed very loud)/There Is Something.
Songs That Won the War. Various Artists. Best of the Big Bands: Sammy Kaye. The Best Of Johnny Mercer. It's a Man (Remastered) - Single.
The 1942 "Harlem Hit Parade" chart, based on juke box plays, became the "Race Records Juke Box" chart in 1945, and the "Race Record Best Sellers" chart, based on sales, began in parallel in 1948. They were renamed as R&B charts in 1949. A third, "Jockeys" chart, based on radio airplay, was introduced in 1955, and a unified chart was only introduced in 1958. Harlem Hit Parade - 1942 to February 10, 1945. Juke Box Race Records - February 17, 1945 to June 17, 1957. Billboard's "Best Sellers" - May 22, 1948 to October 13, 1958. Billboard 200. Top Album Sales.
|1||–Elmore James||Dust My Broom|
|2||–Gladys Knight & Pips*||Every Beat Of My Heart|
|3||–King Curtis||Soul Twist|
|4||–Bobby Marchan||There Is Something On Your Mind, Pts. 1 & 2|
|5||–Tarheel Slim||Number Nine Train|
|7||–Buster Brown||Fannie Mae|
|9||–Lee Dorsey||Ya Ya|
|10||–Dr. Horse||Jack, That Cat Was Clean|
|11||–Elmore James||The Sky Is Crying|
|12||–Don Gardner And Dee Dee Ford||I Need Your Lovin'|
|14||–Gladys Knight & Pips*||Letter Full Of Tears|
|15||–Lightnin' Hopkins||Mojo Hand|
|16||–Tarheel Slim & Little Ann||Much to Late|
|17||–Wilbert Harrison||Kansas City|
|18||–Buster Brown||Is You Is Or Is You Ain't|
|19||–Les Cooper||Wiggle Wobble|
|20||–Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup||That's All Right|
|21||–Lee Dorsey||Do Re Mi|
|22||–Elmore James||Shake Your Moneymaker|