What song was number 1 on the day I was born?

What song was number 1 on the day I was born?

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The links above will allow you to discover which songs were act one on any date from 1940 – 2015. Select the class you want, followed by the month within that year ( on the adjacent page ) then you will be able to see which songs were number one for each day of that calendar month in the diverse countries covered.

The data shown represents all the information we presently have available, if you want number ones from before 1940, or for different countries we recommend that you follow the reservoir data links yourself. The issues with defining which charts to use, which entries accrue into each chart and how to treat double-A side records made us feel that listing number ones was not a worthwhile feat, however the act of users who request such data has convinced us to offer this set of pages. We quite often get requests to find out which song was number one on a particular day. There are a number of obvious comments :

  • Number 1 where? And according to who? We have lists of number one
    records and their dates from the UK, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, France, Canada, Spain,
    Japan, Europe and the USA. But they all have limited timeframes and
    some have other, more complete and “official” charts that overlap.
    If you want to examine these lists you should
    track down the original data
  • This site focuses on consolidating charts from round the world, not on tracking
    the accidental coincidence of a particular song’s popularity on a particular date.
    We are interested in which songs were
    number 1 in most places but we don’t set
    out to discover, or track, the day to day movements of songs. For most of our
    data its hard enough working out the right year
  • As you go back in time the charts are less well defined. The USA has the
    longest running set of chart data, but even there
    the Billboard Hot 100 chart started in 1958, before that there
    were a variety of less formal ones. Those charts in turn started in
    1936 but we only have lists of number ones starting from
    1940. Before 1936 there were Billboard charts but they were
    for the sheet music, not for the actual song, and for some eras they only really give
    an indication of the year, rather than the month.
  • If you want to know the US number one song for any date after 1940 have a look at
    //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_number-o ne_hits_(United_States) (JavaScript is not enabled in your browser so these links won’t function)

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Some Feats

Given the range of countries that we have gathered information for we can answer some questions about numeral ones. If we restrict ourselves to the English public speaking world that we have good charts for ( that is the USA, UK, Australia, Canada and Ireland ) then only two artists had count ones simultaneously across all those charts before 1990 : The Beatles with “ I Feel fine “ from Dec 1964 to Jan 1965 and John Lennon in Jan 1981. Three artists managed this feat in the 1990s : Bryan Adams in Aug 1991 – september 1991 ; Whitney Houston in Dec 1992 – january 1993 ; and Celine Dion in Mar 1998.

Looking at the proportion of time that each artist was act one in at least one of our target countries gives yet another bill of the relative success that diverse acts enjoyed. If we work out what proportion of each decade they spent in the number one song slot we get this list :
The 1940s and 1950s are biased in two different ways, first there are fewer charts ( so acts are apt to spend less time at number one ) and second the charts that existed were less moral force ( then acts exhausted longer in the top slot ). We have assumed these factors good about cancel each other out. only Cliff Richard and The Rolling Stones have managed to extend beyond 3 decades.

Another concern metric unit is to look at how long a particular artist managed to remain at number one in at least one of these countries. This shows artists that were globally popular with multiple songs released in quick sequence. hera are all the artists that managed at least 75 days of being count one somewhere :
The Beatles and Bing Crosby both managed more than 100 day stints doubly ( The Beatles narrowly missed out on managing three 100 stretches because of a two day break in Mar 1966 .
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