The One Hit Wonders of The Interlude Era (part four) compiled by JCMarion


all made the national pop music charts 1946 - 1955

Anna - Sylvana Mongano (MGM) - from the movie soundtrack of the same name.

I'll Try - Tommy Mara (Jubilee)

Whither Thou Goest - Marion Marlowe (Columbia) - from the Arthur Godfrey TV show

Six Buzzard Feathers and A Mockingbird's Tail - Chris Martin (Smart)

Muskrat Ramble - Matys Brothers (20th Century)

Chinatown, My Chinatown - Bobby Maxwell & His Swinging Harps (Mercury)

Charmaine - Billy May (Capitol)

Please Send Me Someone To Love - Percy Mayfield (Specialty)

Open The Door Richard - Jack McVea & His All Stars (Black & White)

Don't You Love Me Anymore - Jose Mellis Orch., voc by Jeannie Williams (Mercuery)

The Whiffenpoof Song - Robert Merrill (RCA) - well known opera singer

Ain't She Sweet - Mr. Goon Bones & Mr. Ford (Crystalette)

River Of No Return - Marilyn Monroe (RCA) - the one and only

Jungle Fantasy - Esy Morales (Rainbow)

Roonful Of Roses - George Morgan (Columbia) - country music performer

Bela Bimba - Patrice Munsel (RCA) opera singer

I Can't Give You Anything But Love - Rose Murphy (Majestic) - the "Chee Chee Girl"

The Pussy Cat Song - Joy Nichols & Benny Lee (London)

I Wanna Be Loved - Dottie O'Brien (Capitol)

No Two People - Donald O'Connor (Columbia)

A Dear John Letter - Pat O'Day & The Four Horsemen (MGM)

Ole Buttermilk Sky - Danny O'Neil (Majestic)

I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas - Gayla Peevey (Columbia) - 11 year old performer

Wishin' - Teddy Phillips & His Orchestra (King)

La Vie En Rose - Edith Piaf (Columbia)

More And More - Webb Pierce (Decca) - country music star

Friends And Neighbors - Tommy Prisco (Mercury)

Why Don't You Haul Of And Love Me - Wayne Raney (King) - country music singer

Till They've All Gone Home - Joan Regan (London)

Mexico - Ken Remo (MGM)

Rhumba Boogie - Chuy Reyes & His Hollywood Mocambo Orch. (Capitol)

The Breeze - Trudy Richards (Derby)

I Never See Maggie Alone - Kenney Roberts (Coral) - country music performer

The Wedding Samba - Edmundo Ros & His Orch. (London)

Bewitched - Roy Ross & His Orch. (Coral)

You've Changed - Connie Russell (Capitol)

Hambone - Red Saunders Orch; voc-DoloresHawkins & The Hambone Kids (Okeh)

I See The Moon - The Voices of Walter Schumann (RCA) - choral group

Feudin' And Fightin' - Dorothy Shay (Columbia) - known as The Park Avenue Hillbilly

September In The Rain - George Shearing Quintet (MGM)-

Peter Cottontail - Mervin Shiner (Decca) - country singer

Moving Away - Lu Ann Sims (Columbia)

I Had The Craziest Dream - The Skylarks (RCA)

Guitar Boogie - Arthur Smith & His Crackerjacks (Super Disc)

Bewitched - Bill Snyder (Tower)

Close Your Dreamy Eyes - Sandy Solo (Barry)

It's In The Book - Johnny Standley wHorace Heidt's Orch. (Capitol) the #1 comedy single record

Since You Went Away From Me - Sandy Stewart (Okeh)

Sheik Of Araby - Super Sonics (Rainbow)

I Wanna Say Hello - Ellen Sutton (Kem)

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