Here they are, the absolutely greatest hits from the history of popular music in the USA.
The very best music.
The Year is 1951



 

The Ames Brothers - Undecided - 10-51 - Coral
Gene Autry & The Cass County Boys - Frosty The Snowman - 01-51 - Columbia
Les Baxter & His Orchestra - Because Of You - 09-51 - Capitol
Tony Bennett - Because Of You - 07-51 - Columbia
Tony Bennett - Cold Cold Heart - 08-51 - Columbia
Mel Blanc - I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat - 02-51 - Capitol
Carleton Carpenter & Debbie Reynolds - Aba Daba Honeymoon - 03-51 - MGM
Savannah Churchill - Sin (It's No Sin) - 11-51 - RCA Victor
Rosemary Clooney - Come On-A My House - 07-51 - Columbia
Nat 'King' Cole - Too Young - 04-51 - Capitol
Perry Como - If - 01-51 - RCA Victor
Perry Como & The Fontane Sisters - You're Just In Love - 01-51 - RCA Victor
Bing & Gary Crosby - When You And I Were Young Maggie Blues - 05-51 - Decca
Dennis Day - Christmas In Killarney - 01-51 - RCA Victor
Doris Day - Shanghai - 08-51 - Columbia
Billy Eckstine - I Apologize - 04-51 - MGM
Eddie Fisher - Thinking Of You  - 01-51 - RCA Victor
Eddie Fisher - Turn Back The Hands Of Time - 10-51 - RCA Victor
Eddie Fisher - Any Time - 12-51 - RCA Victor
The Four Aces - Sin -10-51 - Victoria
Eddy Howard - Sin (It's No Sin) - 10-51 - Mercury
Gordon Jenkins & The Weavers - So Long (It's Been Good To Know Ya) - 01-51 - Decca
Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys - Slow Poke - 12-51 - RCA Victor
Frankie Laine - Jezebel - 05-51 - Columbia
Frankie Laine - Rose, Rose, I Love You - 05-51 - Columbia
Frankie Laine - Jalousie (Jealousy) - 11-51 - Columbia
Mario Lanza - The Loveliest Night Of The Year - 05-51 - RCA Victor
Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians - Tennessee Waltz - 01-51 - Decca
Tony Martin - I Get Ideas - 07-51 - RCA Victor
Tony Martin - Domino - 11-51 - RCA Victor
Guy Mitchell with Mitch Miller & His Orchestra - The Roving Kind - 01-51 - Columbia
Guy Mitchell - Sparrow In The Treetop - 03-51 - Columbia
Guy Mitchell - My Truly, Truly Fair - 06-51 - Columbia
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - Sound Off - 05-51 - RCA Victor
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - Old Soldiers Never Die - 05-51 - RCA Victor
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra - On Top Of Old Smoky - 06-51 - RCA Victor
Patti Page - Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) - 02-51 - Mercury
Patti Page - Mockin' Bird Hill - 03-51 - Mercury
Patti Page - Mister And Mississippi - 06-51 - Mercury
Patti Page - And So To Sleep Again - 09-51 - Mercury
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Tennessee Waltz - 02-51 - Capitol
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Mockin' Bird Hill - 03-51 - Capitol
Les Paul & Mary Ford - How High The Moon - 04-51 - Capitol
Les Paul & Mary Ford - Whispering - 08-51 - Capitol
Les Paul & Mary Ford - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise - 09-51 - Capitol
Johnny Ray & The Four Lads - The Little White Cloud That Cried - 12-51 - Okeh
Johnny Ray & The Four Lads - Cry - 12-51 - Okeh
Dinah Shore - Sweet Violets - 07-51 - RCA Victor
Jo Stafford - Shrimp Boats - 12-51 - Columbia
April Stevens - I'm In Love Again - 08-51 - RCA Victor
The Weavers - On Top Of Old Smoky - 04-51 - Decca
Del Wood - Down Yonder - 10-51 - Tennessee
 





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