There were many great artists in the 40s, 50s, early/mid 60s, and the few in the 70s werent didn’t have a place in the mainstream or commercial viability. +Im particularly pertaining to artists in these lists that were significant for whichever year, decade etc. And based off everything I’ve seen and been told its seems to me that the Beatles were the most over-rated, hyped up media affair. Im not undermining the good music they made but it boggles my mind how they were at the top of everything when they were in no way as great as they were perceived historically. The success of the beatles is a combination of the brilliant production of george martin, the consistent quality marketing of the media and the conformity of the masses. ALL these lists really go to show that the majority of the music that changed the world from the late 60s to the current is TERRIBLE.
The location of French and Italian charts can be found by looking at the “Song Charts” page. Generally we don’t include such charts unless it is clear that they have been assembled on a fair way (i.e. we don’t like to include a chart that is the personal selection of a few DJs or critics). I’ve been browsing online more than 4 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. Out of sight, out of mind And I’ve just about run out of time.
Adam Wade is listed as having the least successful version of a song titled “Crying in the Chapel”. What we meant was that the data was corrected in the source data set, https://www.def-con-one.com/ it obviously takes some time to “publish” from the source to the web pages. Just a note to thank you for all the hard work that has gone into constructing this site.
For that site the scarcity of source data means that every available chart has to be employed. In contrast this site can rely on the fact that since the year 2000 extensive and trustable charts are available for all the largest music markets. This allows us to estimate the worldwide top 10 songs for every single day. The UK singles chart was https://www.wikipedia.org/ born within the pages of the music weekly NME on 14 November 1952. (Pub quizzers will tell you that the first No 1 was Al Martino’s “Here in My Heart”.) Providing music with this new competitive element – who was best, who was climbing fastest, who got to No 1 – proved an immediate hit. Over time, it grew into a top 30, and later the top 40.
The other site you mention has to be rejected for two reasons, firstly because it is a single critics list . But more importantly we already have far too much chart data from the UK, for some reason the people of Britain are more prolific than any others in sharing their musical knowledge . The volume of evidence we have for the UK for this period is already more than sufficient, until we have more data from Asia, Africa, Central & South America, and even from the USA, we don’t want to add any more from the UK. When we check the entries obtained from the external sources we find that they are on average about 97% accurate . When we merge in another chart there are processes that check the new entries against the existing data, these can spot many of these types of mismatches, provided the new songs already exist in another chart. To track what the biggest hits with French titles I think you have to download the CSV file and find all the songs with French titles.
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On the “Number 1s” page her song “My Heart Will Go On” is listed as being number 1 in more charts than any other song. But that just reflects the fact that we have more charts for 1998 than we do for say 1982 or 1976. I was wondering if you’ve had the time to see any of these videos, and what is your opinion about them. So far, the total number of views for all tsort-related videos is of views, but I expect to double that amount in the next 6 months. This is my first time on this site and I don’t know where to start.