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# Artist Tune Title Yr Chart Entries
1 Judy Garland Over the Rainbow 1939 UK Sheet Music 1 for Four weeks – Apr 1940, UK 40s Sheet Music 1 – Mar 1940 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 1 of 1939, Oscar in 1939 (movie ‘The Wizard of Oz’), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1981 (1939), AFI 1, POP 1 of 1939, RIAA 1, Music Imprint 1 of 1930s, ASCAP music of 1938, Library of Congress artifact added 2016 (1939), DMDB 3 (1939), nuTsie Three of 1930s, US Billboard 5 – 1939 (12 weeks), Europe 5 of the 1930s (1939), Your Hit Parade 19 of 1939, Scrobulate 71 of vocal, WXPN 269, Acclaimed 497 (1939), Visconti music of 1939, RYM 1 of 1939
2 Glenn Miller Moonlight Serenade 1939 Your Hit Parade 1 of 1939, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1991 (1939), ASCAP music of 1939, US Billboard 3 – 1939 (15 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1939, POP 5 of 1939, nuTsie 9 of 1930s, UK 12 – Mar 1954 (1 week), Europe 12 of the 1930s (1939), Brazil 19 of 1941, Scrobulate 53 of jazz, Italy 74 of 1954, Acclaimed 1202 (1939), RYM 5 of 1939, Celebration 74 of 1999
3 Artie Shaw Start the Beguine 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (18 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1938, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1977 (1938), Library of Congress artifact added 2012 (1938), US invalid BB 2 of 1938, POP 2 of 1938, Music Imprint Four of 1930s, nuTsie 18 of 1930s, Brazil 32 of 1939, DMDB 84 (1938), RIAA 91, Acclaimed 1163 (1938), RYM 10 of 1938, Tune of 1938
4 Bing Crosby Pennies From Heaven 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (15 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1936, US invalid BB 1 of 1936, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2004 (1936), POP 1 of 1936, Oscar in 1936 (movie ‘Pennies from Heaven’) (Nominated), Music Imprint Eight of 1930s, nuTsie 23 of 1930s, Europe 32 of the 1930s (1936), RIAA 129, Acclaimed 1222 (1936), RYM 41 of 1936
5 Fred Astaire The Means You Look Tonight 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (17 weeks), Oscar in 1936 (movie ‘Swing Time’), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1998 (1936), Your Hit Parade 2 of 1936, US invalid BB 2 of 1936, POP 2 of 1936, Brazil 26 of 1937, nuTsie 38 of 1930s, AFI 43, Europe 94 of the 1930s (1936), RYM 40 of 1936, Tune of 1936
6 Fred Astaire & Leo Reisman Evening & Day 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (18 weeks), US invalid BB 1 of 1932, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2004 (1932), POP 1 of 1932, ASCAP music of 1932, Music Imprint 14 of 1930s, Brazil 21 of 1933, nuTsie 34 of 1930s, DMDB 52 (1932), RIAA 195, Acclaimed 1369 (1932), RYM Four of 1932
7 Kate Smith God Bless America 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1982 (1939), Library of Congress artifact added 2002 (1938), US invalid BB 2 of 1939, POP 2 of 1939, nuTsie 2 of 1930s, Your Hit Parade Three of 1939, US Billboard 5 – 1940 (11 weeks), US 1940s 5 – Aug 1940 (Three weeks), Music Imprint 7 of 1940s, Europe 18 of the 1930s (1939), RIAA 19, Acclaimed 568 (1938), RYM 33 of 1939
8 Benny Goodman Sing, Sing, Sing (With A Swing) 1937 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1982 (1937), ASCAP music of 1936, US invalid BB Three of 1938, Peel record Three of 1937, POP Three of 1938, nuTsie Four of 1930s, US Billboard 7 – 1938 (6 weeks), Music Imprint 16 of 1930s, Brazil 54 of 1939, RIAA 205, Acclaimed 526 (1937), WXPN 766
9 Fred Astaire Cheek to Cheek 1935 US Billboard 1 – 1935 (18 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1935, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2000 (1935), US invalid BB 2 of 1935, POP 2 of 1935, Oscar in 1935 (movie ‘Prime Hat’) (Nominated), AFI 15, Scrobulate 19 of vocal, nuTsie 27 of 1930s, Brazil 38 of 1936, RYM 1 of 1935
10 The Andrews Sisters Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (10 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1996 (1938), Library of Congress artifact added 2008 (1938), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1938, US invalid BB 5 of 1938, POP 5 of 1938, Europe 6 of the 1930s (1938), nuTsie 40 of 1930s, Brazil 73 of 1938, RYM 5 of 1937
11 Harry Richman Puttin’ on the Ritz 1930 US Billboard 1 – 1930 (Eight weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1930), Library of Congress artifact added 2016 (1929), US invalid BB 2 of 1930, POP 2 of 1930, Music Imprint 7 of 1930s, Brazil 21 of 1930, nuTsie 37 of 1930s, RIAA 117, Acclaimed 1213 (1930)
12 Cab Calloway & his Cotton Membership Orchestra Minnie the Moocher 1931 US Billboard 1 – 1931 (17 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1999 (1931), US invalid BB Three of 1931, POP Three of 1931, Music Imprint Three of 1930s, nuTsie 6 of 1930s, Brazil 32 of 1931, RIAA 82, Scrobulate 87 of swing, Acclaimed 649 (1931), Visconti music of 1931, RYM 1 of 1931
13 Billie Vacation Unusual Fruit 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1978 (1939), Library of Congress artifact added 2002 (1939), nuTsie 7 of 1930s, US Billboard 16 – 1939 (2 weeks), Music Imprint 18 of 1940s, Scrobulate 25 of jazz, Europe 92 of the 1930s (1939), Acclaimed 180 (1939), RIAA 273, WXPN 717, Visconti music of 1939, RYM 2 of 1939, Guardian Jazz 12
14 Rely Basie One O’Clock Bounce 1937 US invalid BB 1 of 1937, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1979 (1937), POP 1 of 1937, Library of Congress artifact added 2005 (1937), US Billboard 12 – Jun 1947 (2 weeks), nuTsie 12 of 1930s, Scrobulate 13 of swing, Music Imprint 18 of 1930s, RIAA 211, Acclaimed 824 (1937), RYM 21 of 1937
15 Ella Fitzgerald A-Tisket A-Tasket 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (19 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1986 (1938), Your Hit Parade Three of 1938, Music Imprint 6 of 1930s, US invalid BB Eight of 1938, POP Eight of 1938, nuTsie 20 of 1930s, Brazil 57 of 1939, RIAA 104, Acclaimed 848 (1938), RYM Eight of 1938
16 Ethel Waters Stormy Climate (Retains Rainin’ All of the Time) 1933 US Billboard 1 – 1933 (11 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2003 (1933), Library of Congress artifact added 2004 (1933), US invalid BB Three of 1933, POP Four of 1933, nuTsie 15 of 1930s, Brazil 37 of 1933, Acclaimed 1896 (1933), RYM Eight of 1933
17 Ben Selvin Comfortable Days Are Right here Once more 1930 US Billboard 1 – 1930 (7 weeks), US invalid BB 1 of 1930, Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2007 (1930), POP 1 of 1930, Brazil 27 of 1930, RIAA 47, nuTsie 57 of 1930s, RYM 110 of 1930
18 Bing Crosby Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (Eight weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1932), Library of Congress artifact added 2013 (1932), POP Four of 1932, US invalid BB 7 of 1932, nuTsie 33 of 1930s, Europe 44 of the 1930s (1932), Visconti music of 1932
19 Coleman Hawkins Physique & Soul 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1974 (1939), Library of Congress artifact added 2004 (1939), US invalid BB Four of 1940, POP Four of 1940, US Billboard 13 – 1940 (6 weeks), nuTsie 16 of 1930s, Your Hit Parade 18 of 1940, RIAA 310, Acclaimed 683 (1939), Tune of 1938, Guardian Jazz 13
20 Bing Crosby Candy Leilani 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (25 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1937, Oscar in 1937 (movie ‘Waikiki Marriage ceremony’), US invalid BB 7 of 1937, POP 7 of 1937, Europe 29 of the 1930s (1937), nuTsie 75 of 1930s
21 Fred Astaire They Cannot Take That Away From Me 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (11 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1937), Oscar in 1937 (movie ‘Shall We Dance’) (Nominated), US invalid BB Three of 1937, POP Three of 1937, Europe 89 of the 1930s (1937), Acclaimed 2182 (1937), RYM 34 of 1937
22 The Ink Spots If I Did not Care 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1987 (1939), Library of Congress artifact added 2017 (1939), US Billboard 2 – 1939 (9 weeks), Your Hit Parade 9 of 1939, nuTsie 10 of 1930s, US invalid BB 12 of 1939, POP 12 of 1939, RIAA 271, Acclaimed 951 (1939), one of many Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame 500
23 Roy Acuff Wabash Cannonball 1938 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1998 (1947), Library of Congress artifact added 2005 (1936), Music Imprint 10 of 1930s, Your Hit Parade 11 of 1938, US Billboard 12 – 1938 (2 weeks), nuTsie 13 of 1930s, RIAA 137, Acclaimed 576 (1947), RYM 35 of 1947, International 7 (10 M bought) – 1942, one of many Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame 500
24 Bob Hope & Shirley Ross Thanks For the Reminiscence 1938 Oscar in 1938 (movie ‘The Massive Broadcast of 1938’), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1938), ASCAP music of 1937, Music Imprint 13 of 1930s, nuTsie 52 of 1930s, AFI 63, RIAA 170, Acclaimed 1316 (1938)
25 Leo Reisman Continental (you Kiss Whereas You are Dancing) 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (7 weeks), Oscar in 1934 (movie ‘The Homosexual Divorcee’), US invalid BB 7 of 1934, POP 7 of 1934, Brazil 51 of 1936, Europe 71 of the 1930s (1934)
26 Ruth Etting Ten Cents a Dance 1930 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1999 (1930), Library of Congress artifact added 2011 (1930), US Billboard 5 – 1930 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1930, POP 5 of 1930, Brazil 84 of 1931, RYM 28 of 1930
27 Paul Whiteman Smoke Will get in Your Eyes 1934 US Billboard 1 – Dec 1933 (15 weeks), US invalid BB 2 of 1934, POP 2 of 1934, Brazil 51 of 1935, nuTsie 72 of 1930s, Europe 80 of the 1930s (1934), RYM 15 of 1934
28 Duke Ellington Caravan 1937 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2009 (1937), US Billboard 4 – 1937 (18 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1937, POP 9 of 1937, Jazz Normal 17, Brazil 57 of 1938, nuTsie 58 of 1930s, Scrobulate 88 of jazz, RYM 6 of 1937
29 Don Azpiazu & his Havana On line casino Orchestra The Peanut Vendor 1930 US Billboard 1 – Nov 1930 (28 weeks), Latin Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2001 (1930), Library of Congress artifact added 2005 (1930), Brazil Eight of 1931, nuTsie 77 of 1930s
30 Rudy Vallee & his Connecticut Yankees Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (Eight weeks), Library of Congress artifact added 2013 (1932), POP Four of 1932, Music Imprint 15 of 1930s, Brazil 60 of 1933, RIAA 196, RYM 6 of 1932
31 Louis Armstrong All of Me 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (18 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1932), US invalid BB Eight of 1932, POP Eight of 1932, Brazil 19 of 1932, nuTsie 42 of 1930s, RYM 5 of 1932
32 Duke Ellington Cocktails For Two 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (15 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2007 (1934), US invalid BB Eight of 1934, POP Eight of 1934, Brazil 22 of 1934, nuTsie 43 of 1930s
33 Ray Noble The Very Considered You 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (14 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2005 (1934), US invalid BB 10 of 1934, POP 10 of 1934, Brazil 37 of 1934, nuTsie 82 of 1930s
34 Bing Crosby Love in Bloom 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (15 weeks), Oscar in 1934 (movie ‘She Loves Me Not’) (Nominated), US invalid BB 19 of 1934, POP 19 of 1934, Europe 37 of the 1930s (1934), Brazil 46 of 1934, RYM 60 of 1934
35 Larry Clinton Deep Purple 1939 US Billboard 1 – 1939 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 15 of 1939, POP 15 of 1939, Your Hit Parade 18 of 1939, Brazil 25 of 1939, nuTsie 28 of 1930s, Europe 98 of the 1930s (1939)
36 The Sons of the Pioneers Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1934 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2002 (1934), Library of Congress artifact added 2010 (1934), US Billboard 13 – 1934 (2 weeks), Music Imprint 17 of 1930s, nuTsie 48 of 1930s, RIAA 207, Acclaimed 860 (1934)
37 Duke Ellington Subtle Woman 1933 ASCAP music of 1933, US invalid BB 2 of 1933, US Billboard 3 – 1933 (16 weeks), POP Three of 1933, Brazil 78 of 1934, RYM 1 of 1933, Tune of 1940
38 Fred Astaire Change Companions 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (Eight weeks), Oscar in 1938 (movie ‘Carefree’) (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 6 of 1938, US invalid BB 16 of 1938, POP 16 of 1938, Europe 83 of the 1930s (1938), RYM 89 of 1938, Tune of 1938
39 Leadbelly Goodnight, Irene 1936 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2002 (1936), Library of Congress artifact added 2003 (1933), DDD Four of 1943, Music Imprint 12 of 1930s, RIAA 163, Acclaimed 885 (1936), RYM 2 of 1943
40 Ted Lewis & his Orchestra Only a Gigolo 1931 US Billboard 1 – 1931 (Eight weeks), US invalid BB 1 of 1931, POP 1 of 1931, Brazil 41 of 1931
41 Paul Whiteman Physique & Soul 1930 US Billboard 1 – 1930 (15 weeks), Jazz Normal 1, US invalid BB 7 of 1930, POP 7 of 1930, Brazil 60 of 1931, RYM 24 of 1930
42 Tommy Dorsey Marie 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (Eight weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1998 (1937), nuTsie 36 of 1930s, Brazil 70 of 1937, Europe 70 of the 1930s (1937)
43 Ella Fitzgerald Goodnight, My Love 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (13 weeks), Your Hit Parade 9 of 1937, US invalid BB 10 of 1937, POP 10 of 1937, Brazil 67 of 1937, Europe 74 of the 1930s (1937), RYM 52 of 1937
44 Will Glahe & his Orchestra Beer Barrel Polka (Roll out the Barrel) 1939 US Billboard 1 – 1939 (21 weeks), US invalid BB 6 of 1939, POP 6 of 1939, Your Hit Parade Eight of 1939, Brazil 20 of 1939, Europe 24 of the 1930s (1939)
45 Eddy Duchin Pretty to Look At 1935 US Billboard 1 – 1935 (14 weeks), Oscar in 1935 (movie ‘Roberta’) (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1935, US invalid BB 12 of 1935, POP 12 of 1935, Brazil 49 of 1935
46 Benny Goodman Goody Goody 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (13 weeks), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1936, US invalid BB 6 of 1936, POP 6 of 1936, Brazil 32 of 1936, nuTsie 71 of 1930s, Tune of 1936
47 Man Lombardo Winter Wonderland 1934 US invalid BB 1 of 1934, POP 1 of 1934, US Billboard 2 – 1934 (9 weeks), Europe Four of the 1930s (1934)
48 Shep Fields & his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra That Previous Feeling 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (14 weeks), Oscar in 1937 (movie ‘Vogues of 1938’) (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 7 of 1937, US invalid BB 13 of 1937, POP 13 of 1937, Brazil 67 of 1938
49 Artwork Tatum Tea For Two 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1986 (1939), US Billboard 18 – 1939 (1 week), Music Imprint 20 of 1930s, nuTsie 25 of 1930s, DMDB 82 (1939), RIAA 226, Acclaimed 1394 (1939), Guardian Jazz 11
50 The Carter Household Can the Circle be Unbroken (Bye & Bye) 1935 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1998 (1935), Music Imprint 13 of 1920s, nuTsie 14 of 1930s, US Billboard 17 – 1935 (1 week), RIAA 116, Acclaimed 735 (1935), Visconti music of 1935, RYM 5 of 1935, Tune of 1935
51 Duke Ellington Temper Indigo 1931 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1975 (1931), US Billboard 3 – 1931 (10 weeks), US invalid BB 7 of 1931, POP 7 of 1931, nuTsie 11 of 1930s, Acclaimed 518 (1930), RYM Three of 1931, Tune of 1930
52 Martha Tilton And the Angels Sing 1939 US Billboard 1 – 1939 (14 weeks), Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1987 (1939), US invalid BB 14 of 1939, POP 14 of 1939, Your Hit Parade 20 of 1939, nuTsie 41 of 1930s
53 Shep Fields & his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra South of the Border (Down Mexico Means) 1939 US Billboard 1 – 1939 (18 weeks), US invalid BB 10 of 1939, POP 10 of 1939, Your Hit Parade 16 of 1939, Europe 75 of the 1930s (1939), Brazil 86 of 1940
54 Duke Ellington Three Little Phrases 1930 US Billboard 1 – 1930 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 6 of 1930, POP 6 of 1930, Brazil 11 of 1931, Europe 60 of the 1930s (1930), RYM 15 of 1930
55 Benny Goodman Glory of Love 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (15 weeks), Your Hit Parade Three of 1936, US invalid BB 10 of 1936, POP 10 of 1936, Brazil 67 of 1936, nuTsie 96 of 1930s
56 Shirley Temple On The Good Ship Lollipop 1935 US invalid BB 1 of 1935, POP 1 of 1935, Music Imprint 9 of 1930s, AFI 69, RIAA 136, RYM 109 of 1935
57 Bing Crosby June in January 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (12 weeks), Europe Eight of the 1930s (1934), US invalid BB 15 of 1934, POP 15 of 1934, Brazil 44 of 1935, RYM 64 of 1934
58 Kay Kyser Three Little Fishies 1939 US Billboard 1 – 1939 (9 weeks), US invalid BB Three of 1939, POP Three of 1939, Your Hit Parade Four of 1939, Europe 23 of the 1930s (1939)
59 Louis Armstrong When the Saints Go Marching In 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2017 (1939), US invalid BB Four of 1939, POP Four of 1939, US Billboard 10 – 1939 (Four weeks), RIAA 13, Scrobulate 33 of swing, RYM 18 of 1939
60 Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers Dinah 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (9 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1932, POP 5 of 1932, Brazil 27 of 1932, Europe 47 of the 1930s (1931)
61 Bing Crosby & Connee Boswell Alexander’s ragtime band 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1938, POP 9 of 1938, Europe 16 of the 1930s (1938), Your Hit Parade 19 of 1938, nuTsie 62 of 1930s
62 Bing Crosby Silent Evening, Holy Evening 1935 Europe 2 of the 1930s (1935), nuTsie 5 of 1930s, US Billboard 6 – 1928 (Three weeks), UK 8 – Dec 1952 (2 weeks), DMDB 21 (1935), International 4 (20 M bought) – 1935
63 Duke Ellington It Do not Imply a Factor (If It Ain’t Received That Swing) 1932 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2008 (1932), US Billboard 6 – 1932 (6 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 10 – Aug 1941 (1 week), Scrobulate 31 of swing, nuTsie 32 of 1930s, RYM 1 of 1932, Tune of 1932
64 Benny Goodman Do not Be That Means 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 14 of 1938, POP 14 of 1938, Your Hit Parade 21 of 1938, nuTsie 22 of 1930s, Europe 65 of the 1930s (1938)
65 Bing Crosby Please 1932 US Billboard 1 – 1932 (16 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1932, Europe 11 of the 1930s (1932), POP 12 of 1932, Brazil 53 of 1932
66 Robert Johnson Cross Street Blues 1936 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1998 (1936), nuTsie Eight of 1930s, Scrobulate 34 of blues, Acclaimed 224 (1936), RIAA 342, Visconti music of 1936, RYM Three of 1937, Tune of 1937, one of many Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame 500
67 Billie Vacation Summertime 1936 Europe 1 of the 1930s (1936), Jazz Normal 3, US Billboard 12 – 1936 (2 weeks), nuTsie 70 of 1930s, Scrobulate 84 of jazz, RYM 2 of 1936
68 Gene Autry Again within the Saddle Once more 1939 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1997 (1939), Music Imprint 5 of 1930s, nuTsie 47 of 1930s, RIAA 98, Acclaimed 491 (1939), RYM 7 of 1939, Tune of 1938, Guardian Folks/ World 13
69 Ray Noble Isle of Capri 1935 US Billboard 1 – Dec 1934 (16 weeks), Your Hit Parade 2 of 1935, US invalid BB 16 of 1935, POP 16 of 1935, Brazil 57 of 1935
70 Man Lombardo It Seems Like Rain in Cherry Blossom Lane 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (16 weeks), Your Hit Parade Four of 1937, US invalid BB 16 of 1937, POP 16 of 1937, Europe 50 of the 1930s (1937), RYM 107 of 1937
71 Bing Crosby Out of Nowhere 1931 US Billboard 1 – 1931 (Eight weeks), US invalid BB 13 of 1931, POP 13 of 1931, Europe 54 of the 1930s (1931), Brazil 57 of 1931
72 Man Lombardo September within the Rain 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (16 weeks), Your Hit Parade 6 of 1937, US invalid BB 11 of 1937, POP 11 of 1937, Europe 46 of the 1930s (1937), RYM 87 of 1937
73 Rudy Vallee & his Connecticut Yankees Stein Tune (College of Maine) 1930 US Billboard 1 – 1930 (21 weeks), US invalid BB Eight of 1930, POP Eight of 1930, Brazil 23 of 1930, nuTsie 31 of 1930s, RYM 108 of 1930
74 Wayne King Dream a Little Dream of Me 1931 US Billboard 1 – 1931 (12 weeks), ASCAP music of 1930, US invalid BB 9 of 1931, POP 9 of 1931, RYM 14 of 1931
75 Tommy Dorsey The Dipsy Doodle 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (15 weeks), Your Hit Parade Three of 1937, US invalid BB 14 of 1937, POP 14 of 1937, Europe 88 of the 1930s (1937)
76 Cole Porter You are the Prime 1935 Library of Congress artifact added 2006 (1934), US invalid BB Four of 1935, POP Four of 1935, US Billboard 10 – 1935 (1 week), RIAA 281, RYM 11 of 1935
77 Patsy Montana & The Prairie Ramblers I Wish to Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart 1935 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2007 (1935), Library of Congress artifact added 2011 (1935), US Billboard 10 – 1936 (Four weeks), Acclaimed 1335 (1935), Tune of 1935
78 Bing Crosby Purple Sails within the Sundown 1935 US Billboard 1 – 1935 (7 weeks), US invalid BB 6 of 1935, POP 6 of 1935, Europe 33 of the 1930s (1935), nuTsie 69 of 1930s
79 Bunny Berigan I Cannot Get Began 1938 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1975 (1937), US Billboard 10 – 1938 (Three weeks), US invalid BB 15 of 1938, POP 15 of 1938, nuTsie 19 of 1930s, Acclaimed 1480 (1937)
80 Fat Waller Honeysuckle Rose 1934 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 1999 (1934), US Billboard 4 – 1937 (Four weeks), Jazz Normal 15, nuTsie 64 of 1930s, Acclaimed 1483 (1934), RYM 2 of 1935, Tune of 1936
81 Bing Crosby I’ve Received a Pocketful of Desires 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (17 weeks), US invalid BB 20 of 1938, POP 20 of 1938, Europe 26 of the 1930s (1938), nuTsie 78 of 1930s, RYM 43 of 1938
82 Bing Crosby You Should Have Been a Lovely Child 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (11 weeks), Your Hit Parade 7 of 1938, US invalid BB 12 of 1938, POP 12 of 1938, Europe 25 of the 1930s (1938)
83 Shep Fields & his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra Did I Bear in mind? 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (12 weeks), Oscar in 1936 (movie ‘Suzy’) (Nominated), Your Hit Parade Eight of 1936, US invalid BB 11 of 1936, POP 11 of 1936
84 Man Lombardo Boo Hoo 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (12 weeks), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1937, US invalid BB 18 of 1937, POP 18 of 1937, Europe 51 of the 1930s (1937)
85 Fred Astaire Prime Hat, White Tie & Tails 1935 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2008 (1935), US Billboard 2 – 1935 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 7 of 1935, POP 7 of 1935, RYM 14 of 1935, Tune of 1935
86 Bing Crosby The Moon Received in My Eyes 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (11 weeks), Your Hit Parade 10 of 1937, US invalid BB 12 of 1937, POP 12 of 1937, Europe 31 of the 1930s (1937)
87 Benny Goodman Moon Glow (1934) 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (15 weeks), US invalid BB Four of 1934, POP Four of 1934, Europe 15 of the 1930s (1934), RYM Eight of 1934
88 Bob Crosby & his Orchestra Whispers in The Darkish 1937 US Billboard 1 – 1937 (13 weeks), Oscar in 1937 (movie ‘Artists and Fashions’) (Nominated), Your Hit Parade Eight of 1937, US invalid BB 17 of 1937, POP 17 of 1937
89 The Dorsey Brothers Lullaby of Broadway 1935 US Billboard 1 – 1935 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 9 of 1935, POP 9 of 1935, Brazil 69 of 1935, nuTsie 95 of 1930s
90 Fat Waller It is a Sin to Inform a Lie 1936 US Billboard 1 – 1936 (12 weeks), US invalid BB 7 of 1936, POP 7 of 1936, Your Hit Parade 9 of 1936, nuTsie 56 of 1930s, RYM 37 of 1935
91 The Mills Brothers Tiger Rag 1931 US Billboard 1 – 1931 (13 weeks), US invalid BB 10 of 1931, POP 10 of 1931, Brazil 50 of 1932, nuTsie 76 of 1930s
92 Tommy Dorsey Music, Maestro, Please 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (20 weeks), US invalid BB 11 of 1938, POP 11 of 1938, Your Hit Parade 24 of 1938, Europe 55 of the 1930s (1938)
93 Larry Clinton Coronary heart & Soul 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (14 weeks), Your Hit Parade Four of 1938, US invalid BB 6 of 1938, POP 6 of 1938, nuTsie 45 of 1930s
94 Eddy Duchin Let’s Fall in Love 1934 US Billboard 1 – 1934 (11 weeks), US invalid BB 13 of 1934, POP 13 of 1934, Brazil 26 of 1934, nuTsie 94 of 1930s
95 Glen Grey Blue Moon 1935 US Billboard 1 – 1935 (Eight weeks), US invalid BB Three of 1935, POP Three of 1935, Brazil 30 of 1936
96 Bing Crosby Shadow Waltz 1933 US Billboard 1 – 1933 (Eight weeks), POP 9 of 1933, Europe 39 of the 1930s (1933), Brazil 64 of 1933, RYM 80 of 1933
97 Larry Clinton My Reverie 1938 US Billboard 1 – 1938 (19 weeks), US invalid BB 17 of 1938, POP 17 of 1938, Brazil 38 of 1938, nuTsie 61 of 1930s
98 Isham Jones Stardust 1931 US Billboard 1 – Sep 1930 (20 weeks), US invalid BB 5 of 1931, POP 5 of 1931, Brazil 29 of 1932, RYM 47 of 1930
99 Seven Dwarfs Whistle Whereas You Work 1938 US invalid BB 1 of 1938, POP 1 of 1938, US Billboard 2 – 1938 (13 weeks)
100 Carlos Gardel El Dia Que Me Quieras 1935 Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2013 (1935), Latin Grammy Corridor of Fame in 2001 (1935), Brazil 13 of 1935







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