Tuesday, November 1, 2022

November 2

November 2, 1969. The Band "Up On Cripple Creek" on The Ed Sullivan Show, 

November 2, 1955: Tennessee Ernie Ford's "Sixteen Tons" begins a ten week stay on the Billboard chart, where it will eventually reach #1. 


November 2, 1957: NEW THIS WEEK:  54 t — ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC –•– Chuck Berry (Chess)-1 (40S) (54)

November 2, 1957: NEW THIS WEEK: 61 t — PEGGY SUE –•– Buddy Holly (Coral)-1 (43 Ts/22 tA) (61)

2nd November, 1957

5 7 BE-BOP BABY –•– Ricky Nelson (Imperial)-6 (5S/14 tA) (5)

top 40

33 78 t ALL THE WAY –•– Frank Sinatra (Capitol)-2 (21 Ts/16 tA) (33)

NEW THIS WEEK:

58 — BONY MARONIE –•– Larry Williams (Specialty)-1 (30S) (58)

88 t — SILHOUETTES –•– The Diamonds (Mercury)-1 (10A) (88)

November 2, 1963:  7 12 I CAN’T STAY MAD AT YOU –•– Skeeter Davis (RCA Victor)-9 (7)

November 2, 1963:  NEW THIS WEEK  86 — IN MY ROOM –•– The Beach Boys (Capitol)-1 (86)
2nd November, 1963

5 7 MEAN WOMAN BLUES –•– Roy Orbison (Monument)-9 (5)


POWER PLAYS

44 73 LITTLE RED ROOSTER –•– Sam Cooke (RCA Victor)-2 (44)

November 2, 1967: Cream released their second studio album Disraeli Gears which became the group's American breakthrough.


November 2, 1968:2 4 THOSE WERE THE DAYS –•– Mary Hopkin (Apple)-6 (2)

November 2, 1968: 6 9 ELENORE –•– The Turtles (White Whale)-7 (6)

November 2, 1968: NEW THIS WEEK 64 — I LOVE HOW YOU LOVE ME –•– Bobby Vinton (Epic)-1 (64)

November 2, 1968: NEW THIS WEEK 75 — WICHITA LINEMAN –•– Glen Campbell (Capitol)-1 (75)

November 2, 1968: NEW THIS WEEK 79 — FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-1 (79)

November 2, 1968: NEW THIS WEEK 80 — FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE –•– Jackie Wilson (Brunswick)-1 (80)

2nd November, 1968 

2 4 THOSE WERE THE DAYS –•– Mary Hopkin (Apple)-6 (2)

5 6 MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS –•– The Grass Roots (Dunhill)-10 (5)

6 9 ELENORE –•– The Turtles (White Whale)-7 (6)


top 40

28 42 BANG-SHANG-A-LANG –•– The Archies (Calendar)-6 (28)
29 45 WHO’S MAKING LOVE –•– Johnnie Taylor (Stax)-2 (29)
35 66 ABRAHAM, MARTIN AND JOHN –•– Dion (Laurie)-2 (35)
36 48 CHEWY CHEWY –•– The Ohio Express (Buddah)-3 (36)
37 54 ALWAYS TOGETHER –•– The Dells (Cadet)-4 (37)
39 50 GENTLE ON MY MIND –•– Glen Campbell (Capitol)-15 (39)

NEW THIS WEEK

64 — I LOVE HOW YOU LOVE ME –•– Bobby Vinton (Epic)-1 (64)
66 — PROMISES, PROMISES –•– Dionne Warwick (Scepter)-1 (66)
75 — WICHITA LINEMAN –•– Glen Campbell (Capitol)-1 (75)
79 — FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-1 (79)
80 — FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE –•– Jackie Wilson (Brunswick)-1 (80)
81 — EVERYBODY GOT TO BELIEVE IN SOMEBODY –•– Sam and Dave (Atlantic)-1 (81)
November 2, 1968: Jose Feliciano's unique rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner," which he performed on acoustic guitar before Game 5 of the World Series on October 7, enters the Hot 100 at #89, making it the first version of the US National Anthem to chart (it peaks at #50).

November 2, 1969: The Band "Up On Cripple Creek" on The Ed Sullivan Show

November 2, 1969: Sugar Sugar by The Archies was at No.1 on the UK singles chart. The single became the longest running One Hit Wonder in the UK with eight week's at the top of the charts.

November 2, 1969:  Creedence Clearwater Revival released Willy and the Poor Boys, the third studio album that the band released in this year. 

November 2, 1974: Stevie Wonder went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'You Haven't Done Nothin',

November 2, 1974: 4 5 THE BITCH IS BACK –•– Elton John (MCA)-9 (4)

November 2, 1974: 5 6 CAN’T GET ENOUGH –•– Bad Company (Swan Song)-12 (5)

November 2, 1974: DEBUTS THIS WEEK highest 60 — YOU’RE THE FIRST, THE LAST, MY EVERYTHING –•– Barry White (20th Century)-1 (60)

November 2, 1974: DEBUTS THIS WEEK 82 — BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE –•– Jethro Tull (Chrysalis)-1 (82)

2nd November, 1974

1 2 YOU HAVEN’T DONE NOTHIN’ –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-14 (1 week at #1) (1)
4 5 THE BITCH IS BACK –•– Elton John (MCA)-9 (4)
5 6 CAN’T GET ENOUGH –•– Bad Company (Swan Song)-12 (5)

top 40

35 43 PLAY SOMETHING SWEET (Brickyard Blues) –•– Three Dog Night (Dunhill)-6 (35)
36 44 ANGIE BABY –•– Helen Reddy (Capitol)-3 (36)
37 50 CAT’S IN THE CRADLE –•– Harry Chapin (Elektra)-5 (37)
38 53 AFTER THE GOLDRUSH –•– Prelude (Island)-5 (38)
40 51 YOU GOT THE LOVE –•– Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (ABC)-4 (40)

POWER PLAYS

48 86 PROMISED LAND –•– Elvis Presley (RCA)-2 (48)

DEBUTS THIS WEEK

60 — YOU’RE THE FIRST, THE LAST, MY EVERYTHING –•– Barry White (20th Century)-1 (60)
82 — BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE –•– Jethro Tull (Chrysalis)-1 (82)

November 2, 1979: The movie Quadrophenia opened. The movie features Sting.

November 2, 1985: The Miami Vice soundtrack album, featuring the #1-hit theme song, tops the albums chart in America

November 2, 1985: 1 2 PART-TIME LOVER –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-9 (1 Week at #1) (1)

November 2, 1985: 9 11 LOVIN’ EVERY MINUTE OF IT –•– Loverboy (Columbia)-11 (9)

November 2, 1985: NEW THIS WEEK  highesst 51 — SMALL TOWN –•– John Cougar Mellencamp (Riva)-1 (51)

November 2, 1985: NEW THIS WEEK 59 — TONIGHT SHE COMES –•– The Cars (Elektra)-1 (59)

November 2,  1985: "Part-Time Lover" hits #1 on the Hot 100, 22 years after Stevie Wonder first topped the chart in 1963.

November 2,  1985: The Miami Vice soundtrack album, featuring the #1-hit theme song, tops the albums chart in America, ushering in a new age of TV soundtracks.

November 2, 1985:

1 2 PART-TIME LOVER –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-9 (1 Week at #1) (1)

9 11 LOVIN’ EVERY MINUTE OF IT –•– Loverboy (Columbia)-11 (9)



51 — SMALL TOWN –•– John Cougar Mellencamp (Riva)-1 (51)
59 — TONIGHT SHE COMES –•– The Cars (Elektra)-1 (59)




November 2, 1989: The musical Meet Me in St. Louis opened.

November 2, 1991 top 40 35 43 SOMETHING GOT ME STARTED –•– Simply Red – 6 (35)


November 2, 1993: Duets Studio album by Frank Sinatra Released 

November 2, 1999: Foo Fighters released their third studio album There Is Nothing Left to Lose

November 2, 2002:

10 11 SK8ER BOI –•– Avril Lavigne (Arista)-8 (10)

top 40

top 40 37 53 SHE HATES ME –•– Puddle of Mudd (Flawless/Geffen)-4 (37)

NEW THIS WEEK

71 — ALL MY LIFE –•– Foo Fighters (Roswell/RCA)-1

November 2, 2002: NEW THIS WEEK 63 — YOUR BODY IS A WONDERLAND –•– John Mayer (Columbia)-1

November 2, 2002: NEW THIS WEEK 70 — IN A LITTLE WHILE –•– Uncle Kracker (Lava)-1

November 2, 2006: Justin Timberlake hosts the MTV Europe Music Awards, where he also wins for Best Male Artist and Best Pop Artist. Gnarls Barkley wins Best Song for "Crazy."


November 2, 2020: Mariah Carey & George Michael - One More Try (Duet Version - Fan Music Video) 4,297,931 views  Premiered 

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