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The No-Hit Wonders – 1959-1979 D through H Artists

You have your “one hit wonders” and then you have your no hit wonders.  These are the musicians who managed to land a song on Billboard’s “Bubbling Under” charts which were first published on June 1st, 1959 continuing on until August of 1985.  None of these artists ever landed a song on any of the mainstream charts beyond the Bubbling Under.

Billboard then took a break from the end of August of 1985 all the way to the end of November of 1992.  The chart was revived on December 5th, 1992 and ran well into the 2000’s but in looking at recent issues of Billboard it appears the bubble’s have popped.  (Peak position on the Bubbling Under Charts is shown.  Also, only artists with one appearance on the Bubbling Under charts are included.)

The “D” Artists

Dahcotah – Cognito 006 – To Easy To Love – Number 136 – July, 1976

Band from Cedar Falls, Iowa

Patricia Dahlquist – Epic 50125 -Keep Our Love Alive – Number 122 – July, 1975

Canadian singer from Nelson, British Columbia – singer and actress

The Daisies – Roulette 4571 – I Wanna Swim With Him – Number 133 – September, 1964

The Daisies were from Brooklyn, New York

Martine Dalton – United Artists 621 – Tender Words – Number 142 – April, 1965

The Damnation of Adam Blessing – United Artists 50726 – Back To the River – Number 102 – November, 1970

Group from Cleveland, Ohio – Some members recorded as “Glory” in 1973

Lenny Damon & The Bah Humbug Band – Jubilee 5688 – Tippicaw Calley – Number 107 – March, 1970

Damon was Leonard Capello born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1942 – Lenny was with “The Newcomers”, and then “The Dots” from Baton Rouge

Carl Danco and His Orchestra – Danco 500 – The Shag – Number 146 – August, 1964

Canadian Orchestra leader

Dan Daniel – Cameo 432 – Just Me and My Mom and Dad – Number 145 – October, 1966

Singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dotty Daniels – Amy 885 – Play Me A Song – Number 139 – June, 1963

Dorothy Goodman from Kingston, South Carolina

Ron Dante – Kirshner 1010 – Let Me Bring You Up – Number 102 – August, 1970

Dante was born Carmine Granito in Staten Island, New York in  1945.  For all of his success in studio groups – The Archies – The Cuff Links and the Detergents, you would think Ron would enjoy success as a solo artist but this effort was his only chart appearance.  He was also with Noah’s Ark (1966),  The Dirt Riders (1976) and Dante’s Inferno (1979)

Barry Darvell – Colt 45 107 – How Will It End? – Number 110 – December, 1959

This was Barry Peregoy from Alexandria, Virginia – Fronted Barry Darvell and the Blazers who released one single on Colt 45 Records

David and Goliath – Beverly Hills 9387 – Why Do You Pretend – Number 135 – December, 1972

They were from England – David Reilly and Garth Wall-Roy

Dianne Davidson – Janus 187 – Delta Dawn – Number 134 – April, 1972

Pop singer out of West Tennessee

Robert Davie – Congress 224 – The Gypsy – Number 126 – October, 1964

Singer from Buffalo, New York but born in Birmingham, Alabama – He also recorded as “Hutch Davie” and “Buddy McCoy”

Bette Davis – MGM 13107 – Whatever Happened to Baby Jane – Number 118 – December, 1962

Famed Oscar winning movie actor – Elizabeth Davis born in Lowell, Massachusetts.

J.C. Davis and His Band – Chess 1858 – Monkey – Number 149 – July, 1963

Born in Chicago, Illinois – sax player with James Brown

Jackie Davis & The Trombones – Capitol 4158 – Frenesi – Number 105 – March, 1959

Davis was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1920 – Played with the Harold Land All-Stars – and the Jimmy Cobb Quintet

Debbie Dawn – Warner Bros. 7721 – Hands – Number 106 – July, 1973

Debbie was a country singer from Los Angeles, California

Philip Dawn  and the Sunsets – Fran-Tel 91740 – Missionary Tom – Number 145 – May, 1966

Philip was from Seattle, Washington – Nothing known about the Sunsets

Bing Day – Mercury 71446 – Mama’s Place – Number 104 – June, 1959

Birth name Charles Day from Chicago, Illinois – born in 1942 and died in 2008 – Also recorded as Chuck Day and Ford Hopkins

The Daytrippers – Karate 525 – That’s Part of the Game – Number 129 – February, 1966

Peter Dean – Buddah 434 – Four Or Five Times – Number 119 – November, 1974

Singer out of London, England nick name “Snake Hips”

Ritchie Dean – Tower 102 – Goodbye Girl – Number 129 – October, 1964

Singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who was born in New York City – birth name Warren Schatz – Had involvement in “The Petrified Forest” – “The Shapes of Things” – “The Warmest Spring” – “The Whispers” and “The American Youth Choir” – He was prominent during the disco era and worked with Frankie Valli – He was the lone member of the above listed groups.

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Terri Dean – Laurel 1003 – I’m Confessin’ (That I Love You) – Number 107 – June, 1959

Born Gelsa Paldino in New York City in 1944 The backing group on this recording was “The Four Wheels” – She recorded six singles up to 1960

Ricky Dee & The Embers – Newtown 5001 – Work Out (Part 1) – Number 103 – June, 1962

“Ricky” was lead singer Bobby Amet – The group was from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Deep River Boys featuring Harold Douglas – Michelle 1001 – The Clouds Before the Storm – Number 146 – July, 1965

Gospel group out of Hampden, West Virginia

The Deep Six – Liberty 55838 – Rising Sun – Number 122 – November, 1965

The Deep Six were from San Diego, California

Jimmy DeKnight and His Knights of Rhythm – Apt 20534 – Rock Around the Clock – Number 111 – July, 1959

This was James Myers who co-wrote the monster hit “Rock Around the Clock” – DeKnight recorded one single on the Denver, Colorado label Band Box – He passed away in 2001

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The Delcos – Showcase 2501 – Arabia – Number 111 – April, 1963

From South Bend, Indiana – they formed out of high school in 1961 – This obscure record charted big time in some markets including number 1 in Pittsburgh and number 5 in Detroit – They recorded singles on four different labels

The Delicates – Unart 2017 – Ronnie is My Lover – Number 105 – August, 1959

The Delicates were from New York – One member, Peggy Santiglia would later join The Angels – The Delicates did background vocal support for Al Martino, Frankie Lymon and Don Costa among others.  Member Denise Ferri was also with Jessica James and the Outlaws (1965) and Nature (1972)

The Delicates – Challenge 59267 – I Want To Get Married – Number 120 – January, 1965

This group of Delicates came from Los Angeles, California – Two members – Billie Rae Calvin and Brenda Evans would later join the Motown group The Undisputed Truth

The Delights Orchestra – Atco 6601 – Paul’s Midnight Ride – Number 128 – October, 1968

This studio group back the vocal group The Sweet Delights – This song was co-written and produced by Frank Virtue of the “Virtues” and “Guitar Boogie Shuffle” fame

The Deltairs – Ivy 101 – Lullaby Of the Bells – Number 114 – April, 1961

Female group out of Queens, New York –

Mickey Denne & Ken Gold – MCA 40879 – Let’s Put Our Love Back Together – Number 131 – April, 1978

This duo came from England and produced many other artists – Denne was a member of “The Illusive Dream” – Gold worked closely with Billy Ocean

Gloria Dennis – Rust 5049 – Richie – Number 115 – September 1962

An obscure teen pop singer

Dick Dia Orchestra – Audio Fidelity 102 – Guadalajara – Number 144 – December, 1964

Writer musician from Italy

The Dials – Philips 40040 – At the Start Of a New Romance – Number 144 – December, 1962

The Dials were from Bronx, New York

Diamond Head – Dunhill 4342 – If That’s The Way You Want It – Number 106 – May, 1973

Nothing known of this group beyond being one a large batch of Southern California hopefuls

Barbara Dickson – RSO 875 – Who Was It Stole Your Heart Away – Number 110 – July, 1977

Scottish singer from Dunfermeline birth name Barbara Ruth Dickson

The Dinks – Sully 914 – Nina-Kocka-Nina – Number 112 – December, 1965

The Dinks were a garage band out of Beloit, Kansas – Member Bob Bergman was also with the “Ragging Regattas” – The band was inducted into the Kansas Music Hall of Fame in 2009

Michael Dinner – Fantasy 781 – Silver Bullets – Number 120 – December, 1976

Dinner was from Denver, Colorado born there in 1953 –  He released a couple of LP’s and a handful of singles

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The Distant Cousins – Date 1514 – She Ain’t Lovin’ You – Number 102 – August, 1966

They were the duo Raymond Bloodworth and Larry Brown – Met each other while serving in the U.S. Army in France

Bobby Dixon – ABC/Probe 455 – Woman, You Made Me – Number 131 – March, 1969

Bobby was born Bobby Lee Fears in Dayton, Ohio and became a member of the “Ohio Players”

Dick Dixon & The Roommates – Kapp 292 – The Caterpillar Crawl – Number 101 – August, 1959

This was an instrumental rock group out of North Carolina

Ken Dodd – Liberty 55835 – Tears (For Souvenirs) – Number 107 – December, 1965

A Brit from Liverpool, England

Val Doonican – Decca 32252 – The Whole World Stopped Lovin’ – Number 128 – March, 1968

Irish born – Michael Valentine Doonican was from Waterford, Ireland – He died in 2015

The Do’s and Don’ts – Red Bird 10-072 – I Wonder If She Loves Me – Number 133 – August, 1966

Band out of Grand Rapids, Iowa – They also recorded as “The Escorts” or “Roger & the Escorts” earlier on led by Roger Booth

The Dove – Vanguard 35140 – Toy Train – Number 103 – September, 1972

Dan Dalton was the guiding light behind this studio group

Joe Drake – Shamley 44004 – I’ll Do Anything For You – Number 107 – January, 1962

Singer out of Orlando, Florida

The Dreamers – Goldisc 3015 – Teenage Vows Of Love – Number 104 – January, 1961

White Doo Wop outfit from Yonkers, New York – They formed in 1958 and continued on into 1963 – They began as “The Dials” – Their career was kicked off when they appeared on “Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour” in 1959

Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & Trinity – Atco 6593 – This Wheel’s On Fire – Number 106 – July, 1968

A member of the popular British Trinity with Brian Auger – this would be Julie’s only single to dent a chart.

Driver – A&M 1966 – (I’ve Been Lookin’ For) A New Way To Say I Love You – Number 109 – September, 1977

This trio came out of Canada

Frank D’Rone – Columbia 43733 – Too Good To Be Forgotten – Number 142 – August, 1960

Jazz musician from Providence, Rhode Island – This song was from the motion picture “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?” D’Rone was Frank Caldarone – He played in the Carl Stevens Orchestra

The Ducanes – Goldisc 3024 – I’m So Happy (Tra La La) – Number 109 – July, 1961

Trio from Bergenfield, New Jersey

Billy Duke – 20th Fox 296 – Walking Cane – Number – February, 1962

From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Tommy Duncan – Falew! 104 – Dance Dance Dance – Number 133 – June, 1964

R&B Singer

The Dutones – Columbia 42657 – The Bird – Number 101 – February, 1963

Duo Jerry Brown and Richard Parker – The song was included in the motion picture soundtrack “Hairspray” – Parker headed up his own orchestra and is the father of musician Kayla Parker

The Dynamics – Liberty 55628 – Uncle Willy – Number 145 – November,1964

This doo wop group was from New York City

The “E” Artists

Robert Earl – Columbia 41390 – The Wonderful Secret Of Love – Number 102 – June, 1959

Monty Leigh born in London, England in 1926

Lyn Earlington – Southern Sound 104 – D.D.T. and the Boll Weevil – Number 122 – September,1961

From Atlanta, Georgia

Gini Eastwood – Tower 249 – With The World at My Feet – Number 130 – July, 1966

Movie actress from Los Angeles, California – Was a member of the group “The Hobbits”

The Echoes – Dolton 18 0 Born To Be With You – Number 101 – May, 1960

This was the duo of Bonnie Guitar and Don Robertson recording on Bonnie’s label.

Eddie & The Starlites – Sceptor 1202 – To Make A Long Story Short – Number 108 – April, 1962

Doo wop group out of Brooklyn, New York

Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra – Decca 31303 – Berlin Melody – Number 113 – September, 1961

Kurt was from Herne, Germany

Chance Eden – Roulette 4664 – I’m Looking Through You – Number 135 – February, 1966

This is James Neske from Port Angeles, Washington

Russ Eden – Dream Machine 1001 – Lady – Number 116 – February, 1971

Egg Cream featuring Andy Adams – Pyramid 8012 – Can I Stay – Number 120 – May, 1977

Group from Brooklyn, New York led by Andrew Paul Adams

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The Egyptian Combo – Norman 549 – Gale Winds – Number 103 – October, 1964

Rock and roll instrumental group out of Herrin, Illinois

The Elastic Oz Band – Apple 1835 – God Save Us – Number 112 – August, 1971

Bill Elliot of Splinter led this group – Recording produced by John Lennon

El Clod – Challenge 9159 – Tijuana Border – Number 111 – September, 1962

One member of this novelty effort was Colorado’s Marty Cooper – also a member of the Shacklefords

Fady El Koury – Jamie 1421 – Harlem Song – Number 105 – June, 1974

The Elektras – United Artists 594 – All I Want To Do Is Run – Number 126 – June, 1963

All girl R&B group – Also recorded as “Baby Jane & The Rockabyes”, the “De Vaurs”, “The Lullalbyes” and Henrietta and the Hairdooz”

The Eligibles – Capitol 4203 – Car Trouble – Number 107 – June, 1959

The Eligibles were from Renton, Washington – Also recorded as “The Good Four Tunes” – They sang backup on the Sonny James hit “Young Love”

Bern Elliot & The Fenmen – London 9670 – New Orleans – Number 123 – July, 1964

Elliot was born in 1942 – The band was from Kent, England – The Fenmen formed in 1962

Bob Ellis – EK 100 – La Rosita – Number 138 – July, 1966

Elvalina – Gaytan 11 – Piraguas – Number 137 – August, 1965

Singer from Spain

The Elves – Decca 732617 – Amber Velvet – Number 123 – January, 1970

The group formed in New Hampshire – Vocalist Ronnie James Dio went on to “Black Sabbath” and then “Rainbow” – They evolved out of a group called “Ronnie and the Prophets” – This group first was called “The Electric Elves”.

Barbara English & The Fashions – Roulette 4428 – Ta-Ta-Tee-Ta-Ta – Number 135 – June, 1962

Barbara Jean English was born in Sumpter, South Carolina in 1946 – The Fashions evolved from a group called “The Clickettes” (shown)

Eric & The Serenaders – KC 119 – Natasha – Number 109 – November, 1963

Leader was Hans Bradke – The group was from Germany

Del Erickson – Ray Note 10011 – Time – Number 120 – December, 1959

Del was born in British Columbia, Canada

Eric Quincy Tate – GRC 2067 – No Rollin’ Boogie – Number 140 – October, 1975

Group out of Atlanta, Georgia

Erik & The Smoke Ponies – Kama Sutra 227 – I’ll Give You More – Number 143 – May, 1967

Garage band out of Long Island, New York

Elliott Evans – Reprise 20,039 – Concerto For the X-15/Theme From the X-15 (2-sided hit) – Number 110 – February, 1962

Elliot was a pop music pianist

The Everet Triplets – Leader 802 – Maybe This Year – Number 107 – April, 1960

Everlon Nevermor – Vanguard 35120 – Ah Music – Number 111 – December, 1970

Group out of Detroit, Michigan

The Exports – King 5917 – Car Hop – Number 114 – August, 1964

Garage instrumental group from Glenwood, Illinois – They formed in 1963 first called “Bubba and the Crossmen” before they were the Exports

Exuma – Kama Sutra 557 – Brown Girl – Number 130 – October, 1972

This was MacFarlane Gregpru Anthony Mackey from the Bahamas

The “F” Artists

The Fabulous Continentals – CB 5003 – Undertow – Number 128 – October, 1963

Group out of Moses Lake, Washington – Other sources say they were from Lynn, Massachusetts

The Fairlanes – Argo 5357 – If The World Doesn’t End Tomorrow – Number 111 – July, 1960

Group out of Alabama that included future country song writer Billy Sherrill (shown) – He was a major figure in Nashville working with a “who’s who’ of country artists

Russell Faith – Chancellor 1076 – Theme For Jacqueline – Number 114 – May, 1961

Singer from Horsham, Pennsylvania – Was a member of “The Carpetbaggers” – He co-composed Frankie Avalon’s “Bobby Sox To Stockings” and Frank Sinatra’s “Somewhere In Your Heart”.

Fallenrock – Capricorn 0211 – She’s A Mystery – Number 114 – November, 1974

This group was from Los Angeles, California –  Song writer Rafe Van Hoy was a member

The Family – U.S.A. 886 – Face the Autumn – Number 133 – November, 1967

Group out of Chicago, Illinois

The Family Child – Anthem 203 – He – Number 112 – July, 1973

This was a studio group put together by Pete Peters – Included singe Susan Aviles and Bernd Vonficht from Germany

Fandango – RCA 11194 – Headliner – Number 110 – August, 1978

Has been erroneously stated that Deep Purple’s “Blackmore” was in the this group

Frankie Fanelli – RCA Victor 8561 – Laurie Don’t Worry – Number 129 – May, 1965

Frankie was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1932 and died in 2003 – He recorded five long plays during his career.

Chris Farlowe – MGM 13567 – Out Of Time – Number 122 – November, 1966

Farlowe was from England and co-omposed this number with Mick Jagger which was recorded by the Rolling Stones – Farlowe fronted the British group called “The Fabulous Thunderbirds” – Farlowe’s birth name is John Henry Deighton – He was also with “Colosseum” and “Atomic Rooster”

Jules Farmer – Imperial 5607 – Love Me Now – Number 112 – August, 1959

Jules was from New Orleans, Louisiana  – “Love Me Now” was the intended “B” side

Rachel Faro – RCA Victor 10202 – Refugees – Number 141 – March, 1975

Rachel was born in Miami, Florida

Pat Farrell and the Believers – Diamond 236 – War Boy – Number 135 – January, 1968

This was a garage band from Hamburg, Pennsylvania – They also recorded as “The Razor’s Edge” (not the charting group) and “The Triumphs” recording on the Barclay label in 1965

The Fastest Group Alive – Valiant 754 – The Bears – Number 133 – November, 1966

Studio group out of Los Angeles led by Davie Allan of the group “The Arrows” of “Blues Theme” fame

The Fat Albert Orchestra & Chorus – Tetragrammaton 1500 – Fat Albert (Hey, Hey, Hey) – Number 120 – April, 1968

Fallen Bill Cosby headed up this group – released on his own label

The Fawns – Capcity 105 – Wish You Were Here With Me – Number 122 – November, 1967

The Fawns were an R&B threesome out of Washington, D.C.

Jeff Fenholt – Columbia 45604 – Simple Man – Number 122 – July, 1972

Jeff was born in Columbus, Ohio and was a cast member of “Jesus Christ Superstar” in the original Broadway production – He was also a member of the groups “Joshua” and “The Fifth Order” – He passed way in 2019.

Debra Ferrara with the Walsh High Choir – Deblyn 718 – Christmas Time (Is Near) – Number 135 – December, 1965

Born in East Orange, New Jersey – Debra was five years old when she recorded this song – She also recorded “These Boots Are Made For Walkin”

George Feyer – Cadence 1403 – My Clair De Lune – Number 102 – July, 1961

Orchestra leader George Feyer was born in 1908 in Budapest, Hungary.

The Fifth Order – Diamond 212 – Goin’ Too Far – Number 137 – November, 1966

Garage band from Columbus, Ohio- Goin’ Too Far was first released on Counterpart Records out of Cincinnati, Ohio – Group started off as “The Elektras”

Finders Keepers – Challenge 59338 – (We Ware) Lavender Blue – Number 123 – October, 1966

Jerry Fuller headed up this studio group out of Los Angeles, California

Fish ‘N’ Chips – Joy 297 – Four Times Faster – Number 139 – June, 1965

Garage group out of Bergen, New Jersey

The Five Discs – Cheer 4002 – Never Let You Go – Number 101 – December, 1962

Doo wop group from Brooklyn, New York

Five Whispers – Dolton 61 – Midnight Sun – Number 115 – October, 1962

Buddy and Bobby Black – an instrumental duo from California – also recorded as “The Country Cut-Ups”, “The Tides” and “The Triplets” as well as “The Black Brothers”

Robert Fleischman – Arista 0411 – All For You – Number 116 – June, 1979

Fleischman was from San Francisco and became a member of the “Vinnie Vincent Invasion” in 1986 – Was also with “Channel” and “Journey”

Flesh Gordon and the Nude Hollywood Argyles – Paramount 0289 – Superstreaker – Number 121 – March, 1974

Using the basic style of “Alley Oop” this was a novelty studio group

Sam Fletcher – Cub 9032 – Time Has A Way – Number 103 – June, 1959

R&B singer out of Los Angeles, California

Floyd & Jerry with the Counterpoints – Presta 1013 – Dusty – Number 120 – October, 1966

Band out of Phoenix, Arizona fronted by brother Floyd and Jerry Westfall

Fludd – Private Stock 45,025 – What An Animal – Number 115 – July, 1975

Rock band out of Toronto, Canada – Their most played record (which didn’t chart in the U.S.) was “Cousin Mary”

Flyer – MCA 40927 – Jaws 2 – Number 127 – July, 1978

A studio group

Tom Fogerty – Fantasy 661 – Goodbye Media Man (Part 1) – Number 103 – September, 1971

Brother of fellow Creedence member John – Fogerty passed away in 1990 at age 48

Peter Foldy – Playboy 50030 – Bondi Junction – Number 113 – September, 1973

Immigrated from Budapest, Hungary to Canada

Brian Foley – Dot 16818 – After Midnight – Number 141 – March, 1966

Singer from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Jim Ford – Sundown 115 – Harlan County – Number 106 – September, 1969

Ford was born in New Orleans, Louisiana

Neal Ford & The Fanatics – Hickory 1433 – Gonna Be My Girl – Number 123 – February, 1967

Band out of Houston, Texas

Rubien Fort – Check-Mate 1007 – I’ll Do The Best I Can – Number 134 – March, 1962

R&B musician from Chicago, Illinois

The Fortune Tellers – Music Makers 105 – Song of the Nairobi Trio – Number 114 – September, 1961

Studio group put together by Robert Maxwell (shown) – group were featured on “The Ernie Kovac’s Show”

Larry Foster – 20th Fox 325 – My Christmas Message To The World – Number 142 – December, 1962

Comedian from Los Angeles

Stuart Foster – Gold Coin 707 – Love in Rome – Number 138 – April, 1965

One time vocalist with Tommy Dorsey and Hugo Winterhalter bands – born in New Jersey

The Four Coachmen – Adonis 102 – Wintertime – Number 113 – December, 1959

The Four Coquettes – Capitol 4534 – Sparkle & Shine – Number 107 – May, 1961

Girl group out of Long Island, New York

The Four Directions – Coral 62456 – Tonight We Love – Number 135 – September, 1965

Doo wop group from Levittown, New York

The Four-Evers – Jamie 1247 – Everybody South Street – Number 125 – April, 1963

Doo wop group out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Also recorded as “Ernie and the Halo’s” in 1962

The Four Gents – HBR 509 – Soul Sister – Number 133 – December, 1966

R&B group from Detroit, Michigan

The Four Larks – Tower 364 – Rain – Number 131 – November, 1967

R&B group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Fourmost – Capitol 5738 – Here, There, Anywhere – Number 120 – September, 1966

Group managed by from Liverpool, England

The Four Pennies – Philips 40202 – Juliet – Number 116 – June, 1964

Invasion group from Lancashire, England

The Four Speeds – Challenge 9187 – R.P.M. – Number 128 – May, 1963

This was song writer/producer Gary Usher with Mike Borchetta from Los Angeles, California – The group shown below never performed – only posed for a publicity photo

Kim Fowley – Imperial 66439 – Bubble Gum – Number 144 – March, 1969

Fowley was born in the Philippines in 1939 and for all of his in-depth involvement in the Los Angeles music scene – this would be his only chart appearance during his somewhat bizarre career which I have documented on my site

Annabelle Fox – Satin 400 – Getting Through To Me – Number 122 – January, 1966

Birth name Annette Smith R&B singer from the Bronx, New York – She was lead vocalist for “The Chantels” replacing Arlene Smith and sang “Look Into My Eyes” – She later joined “The Veneers”

Johnny Fox & The Foxes – Newtime 507 – You Laff Too Much – Number 130 – July, 1962

R&B group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Fragile Lime – Metromedia 266 – She Got Me Shakin’ – Number 139 – December, 1972

Band out of Everett, Washington

The Fraternity of Man – ABC 11106 – Don’t Bogart Me – Number 133 – September, 1966

Country rock band from Los Angeles, California – were also known as “The Unity Of Man” – “Bogart” was featured in the motion picture “Easy Rider in 1969

Jesse Frederick – Bearsville 0012 – I Belong To You – Number 148 – March, 1973

Birth name Jesse Frederick Conaway from Salisbury, Maryland – Was a songwriter and composed by TV programs such as “Full House” and “Family Matters”

Free Beer – RCA 10881 – Queen of the Purple Sage – Number 128 – March, 1977

A group out of Los Angeles, California – This song was penned by singer Lou Christie – Members were first in a band called “Papa Nebo”

The Freeman Brothers – Mala 485 – I’m Counting On You – Number 107 – September, 1964

The Freeman’s were an R&B group from Pensacola, Florida – They were Johnny (Mitchell) and Jerry (Gerald Williams) – Mitchell had sung lead for a doo wop group called “The Majestics”

The Freewheelers – Epic 9664 – Walk, Walk – Number 119 – April, 1964

Folk group

Fresh Aire – Atlantic 3482 – Flying Over America – Number 108 – July, 1978

A conglomeration of Mannheim Steamroller members along with the London Symphony and others

Fresh Start – Dunhill 50002 – Free – Number 104 – August, 1974

Group out of Los Angeles, California – Paul Frank was a member who was with “Head Over Heels”

Fringe Benefit – Capricorn 0277 – Darling – Number 118 – July, 1977

Fringe Benefit came from England

Front Porch – Jubilee 5720 – Wonderful Summer – Number 129 – October, 1971

The Front Porch were out of Brooklyn, New York – They released two singles for Jubilee

The Frost – Vanguard 35101 – Rock and Roll Music – Number 105 – February, 1970

Group from Detroit, Michigan – Also recorded as “The Bossmen” in the mid 1960’s

Frummox – ABC/Probe 470 – There You Go – Number 119 – December, 1969

Frummox was the duo of Dan McCrimmon with Steve Fromholz – McCrimmon later recorded for the Colorado record label Biscuit City and worked in the Denver area – first with a band called “Triad”.

The Fugitives – Sims 115 – Freeway – Number 113 – November, 1960

The Fugitives were out of Phoenix, Arizona – an instrumental band – They started as “The Tremelos” and later recorded as “SRC” in 1968

Sonny Fulton – Big Daddy 67511 – Locked Up – Number 106 – May, 1961

R&B singer – Led a group called “The Mixmasters”

Fun – Buddah 573 – Gimme Some – Number 125 – July, 1977

Fun was out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Member Bob McKeag was also with “Diamond Reo” (shown)

Richie Furay – Elektra 45487 – This Magic Moment – Number 101 – June, 1978

Founding member of Buffalo Springfield and Poco – Furay has resided in Colorado for three decades serving as a minister

The Fuzzie Bunnies – Decca 32364 – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore – Number 115 – August, 1968

Group out of Long Island, New York – Member Chuck Alden was earlier a member of “The Wild Ones” who recorded on United Artists

“G” Artists

The Gallahads – Del-Fi 4137 – Lonely Guy – Number 111 – August, 1960

R&B group out of Seattle, Washington – Were first called “The Echoes”

Paul Gallis & His Orchestra – Heartbeat 5 – Boogie Twist – Number 101 – March, 1962

Band leader out of Chicago, Illinois – Gallis owned the Phonograph Records label

J. Gardner – Blue Rock 4026 – 99 Plus 1 – Number 102 – August, 1965

R&B artists James Gardner from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – A member of “June Gardner and The Fellows” – also played with Lionel Hampton

Reggie Garner – Capitol 3042 – Teddy Bear – Number 117 – April, 1971

R&B singer out of Philadelphia

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Rex Garvin & The Mighty Cravers – Like 301 – Sock It To ‘Em J.B. Part 1 – Number 110 – June, 1966

Garvin was from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Garvin shown in the middle)

Walter Gates – Swan 4180 – My Man – Number 133 – June, 1964

Gates was an arranger and orchestra leader for Swan Records

The Gayletts – Steady 126 – Son-Of-A-Preacherman – Number 112 – June. 1969

Jamaican Reggae trio – Member Judy Mowatt was with “Bob Marley and the Wailers” and other Reggae groups

Jesse Gee – Barryl 1019 – Don’t Mess With My Money – Number 122 – November, 1967

R&B singer from Harlem, New York – He also recorded as Jesse Gould

Gemini – Forward 129 – Take Her Back – Number 119 – January, 1970

The Gems – Chess 1882 – That’s What They Put Erasers On Pencils For – Number 139 – February. 1964

Girl group from Chicago, Illinois – One member was Minnie Riperton who was known as Andrea Davis in this group

The Gents – Normandy 91067 – I Wonder Why – Number 143 – November, 1967

The Gents were a garage band from Provo, Utah

Jimmy George – Viva 633 – It Was Fun While It Lasted – Number 141 – November, 1968

Born Jimmy Pete Georgeantones in Houston, Texas – Played with Les McCann Ltd

Johnny George and the Pilots – Coed 585 – Flying Blue Angels – Number 108 – September, 1961

Gerard – Caribou 9013 – Hello, Operator – Number 109 – June, 1976

Group out of Colorado – with leader Gerald McMahon (shown)

Bert & Bill Giant – Signature 10219 – Gettysburg Address – Number 107 – December, 1959

Duo of Bert Berns and Bill Zimmerman – Berns (Bertrand Russell Berns) composed “Twist and Shout”, “Hang On Sloopy”, “Everybody Needs Somebody To Love”, “Here Comes the Night”, “Brown Eyed Girl” and “Under The Boardwalk” and many more! – He also formed the “Bang” record label.

Bill Zimmerman was known primarily for all the songs he composed for Elvis Presley movies – He was composer on “(You’re The) Devil In Disguise”

(Bert is left – Bill right)

The Johnny Gibson Trio – Laurie 3256 – Beachcomber – Number 116 – June, 1964

Bobby Darin had a minor hit with this record

The Gilberto Sextet – Cotique 103 – Good Lookin’ – Number 128 – November, 1966

An instrumental band

Eddy Giles – Murco 1031 – Losin’ Boy – Number 127 – June, 1967

This is Elbert Giles was born Hardin Guion Des Marias in Minnesota – He fronted a group called “The Numbers”

Diane Gilland – Raintree 2202 – The Serenade That We Played – Number 117 – August, 1975

Country singer from Louisville, Kentucky

The Gleams – Kip 236 – You Broke My Heart – Number 117 – September, 1961

The Gleams were a doo wop group from Wantagh, New York fronted by Frankie “Love” Montanaro (shown)

Chris Glendon – GRC 1016 – My Fellow Americans – Number 120 – March, 1974

A novelty parody of the the Watergate scandal

The Globetrotters – Kirshner 5006 – Gravy – Number 111 – October, 1970

This was a studio group put together by writer/producer Jeff Barry for a television program series called “The Harlem Globetrotters”

Glory – Mercury 73976 – Turn On The Radio – Number 110 – February, 1978

The group was from Los Angeles, California – The lead vocalist was Jerry Tawney of “Jerry & The  Portraits” and also “Yellow Hand”

Gods Children – Uni 55266 – Hey, Does Somebody Care – Number 112 – March, 1971

The song was from the TV show “Matt Lincoln” – Two members were Little Ray and William Garcia – Little Ray was in “Thee Midniters”

The Godz – Millennium 614 – Gotta Keep A Runnin’ – Number 102 – May, 1978

Group out of Columbus, Ohio – Many members passed through the ranks over the years – way too many to name

The Barry Goldberg Reunion – Buddah 59 – Hole In My Pocket – Number 103 – September, 1968

Goldberg was born in Chicago, Illinois

The Goldebriars – Epic 9673 – Shenandoah – Number 109 – June, 1964

Folk group from Los Angeles, California – Member Curt Boettcher (shown) was in “The Millennium”, “The Ballroom”, “Sagittarius” and “California

The Golden Gate – Diane – Audio Fidelity 161 – Number 105 – March, 1970

Group out of San Francisco, California

Goliath – ABC 11267 – If Johnny Comes Marching Home – Number 128 – July, 1970

Group out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Good Earth – Dyno Voice 924 – I Can See A Light – Number 140 – September, 1968

The Good Rats – Kapp 946 – The Hobo – Number 120 – November, 1968

The Good Rats were from Long Island, New York

Good & Plenty – Senate 2105 – Living In A World of Make Believe – Number 111 – December, 1967

This was the duo with Douglas Good and Ginny Plenty

The Goodies – Blue Cat 117 – The Dum Dum Ditty – Number 123 – July, 1964

Girl group produced by “Shadow” Morton – They recorded “Sophisticated Boom Boom” before it was done by the Shangri-Las.

George Goodman & His Headliners – Warner Bros. 5632 – Let Me Love You – Number 125 – June, 1965

Doo Wop group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Goodman was a promoter, distributor and promoted Charlie and Inez Foxx and their hit “Mockingbird”

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Steve Goodman – Buddah 270 – City of New Orleans – Number 113 – February, 1972

Born in Chicago, Illinois – Died in 1984 at age 36 of cancer – This song was a hit for Arlo Guthrie – Goodman performed also as “Rick N Backer”

Jimmy Gordon – Challenge 15194 – Buzzzzzz – Number 121 – November, 1966

This song was composed by Dave Burgess of the Champs

Sandra Gould – Philips 40138 – Hello Marvin (This Is Mama) – Number 139 – September, 1963

Sandra was from Brooklyn, New York – She was cast as “Gladys” in the TV production of “Bewitched” replacing the original Gladys.

Don Grady – Canterbury 501 – The Children of St. Monica – Number 132 – December, 1966

Grady was born in San Diego, California – He played “Robbie Douglas” on “My Three Suns” He was a member of the “Yellow Balloon”

Carrie Grant & the Grandeurs – Newtown 5011 – Mish-Mish – Number 138 – February, 1963

Female R&B singer from New Jersey

Bobby Gray – Bismark 1008 – I’m Not Sleeping – Number 146 – October, 1964

Gray was a rockabilly singer of sorts

Great Jones – Tonsil 0001 – I’ll Keep It With Mine – Number 113 – April, 1970

Great Jones was a blues-rock trio – Group was supposedly fronted by Jay Traynor the first “Jay” of “Jay and the Americans”

Larry Green – Climax 101 – My Favorite Song – Number 115 – April, 1959

Larry Green was a band leader out of Boston, Massachusetts

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Fats Greene- Camille 109 – “Fats” Shake ‘M Up – Parts 1 and 2 – Number 146 – July, 1966

This was Claude Greene born in Panama

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Jeanie Greene – Elektra 45742 – Only The Children Know – Number 103 – May, 1967

Singer from Memphis, Tennessee born Mary Elizabeth Johnson Lee in 1943 – She was in “Southern Comfort”, and “The Alabama State Troupers” – She recorded as Jeanie Fortune – Jeanie Johnson, Mary Greene and Mary Johnson – She died in 2018

Lee Greenlee – Brent 7003 – Starlight – Number 102 – August, 1959

Joey Gregorash – Lionel 3219 – Down By the River – Number 113 – October, 1971

From Winnipeg, Canada – Gregorash hosted a Canadian TV program “Young As You Are” – Was a member of “Sham Allen and the Dispersions” and “The Mongrels”

Roosevelt Grier – Amy 11,029 – People Make the World – Number 126 – August, 1968

Famed NFL lineman – born in Cuthbert, Georgia in 1932 – This was Grier’s 15th release and his only chart appearance

Griffin – Romar 707 – Mississippi Lady – Number 114 – November, 1972

Group out of California

Jimmy Griffin – Reprise 0268 – All My Loving – Number 118 – March, 1964

Griffin was from Memphis, Tennessee and was a member the group “Bread”  – He was a member of “Black Tie” and “The Remingtons” – He died in 2005

Rob Grill – Mercury 76009 – Rock Sugar – Number 118 – September, 1979

Rob Grill was born in Los Angeles, California and was lead vocalist for the “Grass Roots” – He died in 2011

Marilyn Grimes – Abraxas 1702 – Ooh Sweet Love – Number 128 – June, 1976

R&B singer from the Disco era

Grinder’s Switch – Vanguard 35104 – And Don’t Be Late – Number 115 – May, 1970

Group out of New York City fronted by Garland Jeffreys

The Groop – Jamie 1349 – Woman, You’re Breaking Me – Number 119 – March, 1969

Band out of Australia

The Gross National Product – Guilford 103 – Cover Girl – Number 115 – April, 1969

Group from Maryland – Members included Nick Barker  – They also recorded as “The Uptowns” in 1965 thru 1967

The Group With No Name – Casablanca 860 – Baby Love (How Could You Leave Me) – Number 103 – August, 1976

Group from Los Angeles, California – Member Kathey Sagal starred on the TV show “Married With Children” (shown)

The G.T.O.’s – Claridge 312 – She Rides With Me – Number 131 – June, 1966

They were a surf band from Cleveland, Ohio

The Guise – Musicland 20,011 – Long Haired Music – Number 123 – November, 1966

Psychedelic band out of St. Louis, Missouri – Members Mike Krenaki and Greg Hoeltzel were both with “Bob Kuban and the In-Men”

The Gun – Epic 10413 – Race With the Devil – Number 130 – February, 1969

Out of England – the brothers Adrian and – They were also known as “The Gunmen” – The brothers were both members of “Baker-Gurvitz Army” – Member Jon Anderson would go onto the group “Yes”

Morty Gunty – Philips 40223 – Blind Date – Number 130 – February, 1965

Born in Brooklyn, New York – He appeared in the movie “Broadway Danny Rose”

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The Gurus – United Artists 50089 – Blue Snow Night – Number 113 – November, 1966

Group based in Greenwich Village, New York

Guys ‘N’ Dolls – Epic 50109 – There’s A Whole Lot Of Loving – Number 145 – June,1975

Group from England – Group would become “Dollar”

The “H” Artists

Sammy Hagar – Capitol 4550 – Turn Up the Music – Number 117 – March, 1978

Hagar was born in 1947 in Monterey, California – Played in many groups including “Chickenfoot”, “The Kings of Chaos”, the “Hart Project and more

Hal & Joanne – Climax 1052 – Gee, But I’m Lonesome – Number 139 – December, 1966

This was husband and wife Hal and Joanne Kanner from New York – not much known about them

The Dean Hall Combo – Peoria 102 – Comin’ In the Back Door – Number 145 – December, 1964

Instrumental group also recorded as “Little Deans Combo” – Leader was Dallas McConnell

Gerri Hall – Atco 6260 – I Cried A Tear – Number 131 – April, 1963

R&B singer from New Orleans, Louisiana – She began her career working with “Huey Smith and the Clowns” and played on “Rockin’ Pneumonia”

Jimmy Gray Hall – Epic 1089 – Be That Way – Number 125 – May, 1974

Singer song writer from Nashville, Tennessee who was shot to death by police in 1984 after a bank robbery

Linda Hall – Columbia 43067 – Hugo – Number 124 – August, 1964

From Chicago, Illinois

Reggie Hall – RIP/Chess 1816 – The Joke – Number 126 – March, 1962

Reggie was born in New Orleans, Louisiana – He co-wrote the Joe Jones hit “You Talk Too Much” – He was Fats Domino’s brother-in-law – He co-wrote Domino hits “Lazy Lady” and “Shoo Fly”

Edward Hamilton and the Fifes – Jameco 2008 – Call Me – Number 137 – March, 1966

Soul singer born in Birmingham, Alabama – Hamilton was also a member of the “Arabians” in 1960 – They also recorded as “The Natural Looks”

George Hamilton – MGM 13178 – Don’t Envy Me – Number 134 – November, 1963

Actor George Hamilton had only this brief moment of success as a recording artist.

Bobby Hammack and His Orchestra – Capitol 4193 – Little Child/Rhythm – Number 108 – May, 1959

Born in Brookston, Texas in 1922 – Born Robert Vernor Hammack, Jr. – He died in 1990 (Bobby Hammack Combo shown)

John Hammond – Atlantic 2696 – Shake For Me – Number 135 – December, 1969

From Manhattan, New York – Son of the famous producer John H. Hammond

Lavell Hardy – Rojac 117 – Don’t Loose Your Groove – Number 120 – December, 1967

Hardy was Detroit, Michigan

The Hardy Boys – RCA Victor 0228 – Love and Let Love – Number 101 – October, 1969

This group were the voices for the TV program “The Hardy Boys”

Harmonica Fats – Darcey  5000 – Tore Up – Number 103 – March, 1963

Fats was Harvey Blackston from McDade, Louisiana

Willie Harper – Alon 9000 – New Kind of Love – Number 127 – January, 1962

Singer from New Orleans, Louisiana – Willie was a member of the “The Del Royals”, “The Rubaiyats” and the duo “Willie and Allen”

Odessa Harris – Uptown 711 – The Color of His Love Is Blue – Number 127 – September, 1965

Odessa was from Harlem, New York

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Harris & Poland – Virgo 1002 – Colors Of My Love – Number 111 – March, 1971

A novelty duo – This was their only single as far as is known – There were semi big plans for Virgo Records but this would be the only release

Earl Harrison – Garrison 3001 – Humphrey Stomp – Number 121 – February, 1967

Earl was from Detroit, Michigan – a soul singer

Trella Hart – Capitol 2881 – Two Little Rooms – Number 120 – September, 1970

Pop singer from Dallas, Texas – Trella was known as “The Queen  of the Jingles” on TV and radio

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Lisa Hartman – Kirshner 4275 – Nobody Likes Lovin’ More Than I Do – (A Dreamer of Dreams) – Number 146 – April, 1978

Born in 1958 in Houston, Texas – She Married singer Clint Black in 1991- She is an actress and appeared in “Knotts Landing”

Harvey Alexander – Buddah 565 – High Roller – Number 124 – January, 1977

A country singer born in 1941 in Tennessee and died in 2020

The Hassels – United Artists 50215 – You’ve Got Me Hummin’ – Number 112 – November, 1967

Ronnie Hayden – Camay 2001 – S.O.S. (I Love You) – Number 108 – July, 1961

Ernie Heckscher and His Orchestra – Columbia 43103 – The Girl From Ipanema – Number

Orchestra leader from San Francisco, California – He died in 1996

Heintje – MGM 14183 – Mama – Number 112 – January, 1971

Hendrik Simons from the Netherlands

Jimmy Helms – Oracle 1005 – Magnificent Sanctuary Band – Number 122 – February, 1970

R&B singer out of London, England – was a member of “Roger Glover and Guests” and “Wizard’s Convention”

Carl Henderson – Omen 13 – Sharing You – Number 126 – March, 1966

Came from San Antonio, Texas – Was a member of the “Dell Kings” and “The Lyrics” both out of Texas

Florence Henderson – Decca 73619 – Conversations – Number 111 – February, 1970

Born in Dale, Indiana she would become “Carol Brady” on the “Brady Bunch” TV program

Judy Henske – Straight 102 – Snowbird (with Jerry Yester) – Number 140 – July, 1969

Born in 1938 in Chippewa Falls,Wisconsin – She was a member of “Rosebud” and “The Whiskeyhill Singers”

Pervis Herder – Jamie 1254 – Soul City – Number 125 – June, 1963

Pervis was an R&B singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hernando & The Orchestra – Corsican 0059 – A Very Precious Love – Number 103 – June, 1959

A Canadian studio group

John Hetherington – Uni 55284 – Can’t Nobody See My Face – Number 131 – June, 1971

Singer from England

John Hiatt – MCA 41079 – Radio Girl – Number 132 – June, 1979

Hiatt was born in 1952 in Indianapolis, Indiana

The Hi-Lites – Wassel 701 – Hey Baby – Number 128 – May, 1965

Chris Hillman – Asylum 45330 – Step On Out – Number 123 – July, 1976

Born in 1942 in Los Angeles Hillman was a member of “The Byrds”, “The Flying Burrito Brothers”, and “Souther-Hillman-Furay” among others.

Vince Hill – Tower 323 – Edelweiss – Number 119 – April, 1967

Brit from Coventry, England – Was a member of “The Raindrops” (shown)

The Hit Parade – RCA Victor 9737 – Ah, Ha, Ha, Do Your Thing – Number 131 – May, 1969

Catfish Hodge – Eastbound 607 – Boogieman – Number 118 – August, 1973

Catfish was born in Detroit, Michigan

The Rob Hoeke Group – Pip 8915 – Double Cross Woman – Number 145 – August, 1970

A group from the Netherlands – Leader Hoeke died in 1999

Jon E. Holiday – Atlantic 2091 – Yes, I Will Love You Tomorrow – Number 118 – January, 1961

Jon’s answer song to the Shirelles query remained on the bubbling under chart for a mere one week

The Holidays – Robbee 103 – Miss You – Number 107 – August, 1960

The Holidays came from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – They formed in 1958 as “Little Ray and the Valvadears” – They all attended high school together

The Holiday Persuaders – Original Sound 50 – Drums-A-Go-Go – Number 109 – September, 1965

California studio group created by Paul Bluff – Group shown was put together to tour

Sheridan Hollenbeck Orchestra and Chorus – Interphon 7712 – Tokyo Melody – Number 134 – January, 1965

Sheridan was born in Los Angeles, California

The Holy Modal Rounders – Metromedia 0201 – Boobs A Lot – Number 103 – February, 1974

Folk group out of Greenwich Village, New York

Honey LTD – LMI 1208 – Come Down – Number 108 – March, 1968

Girl group out of Detroit, Michigan – They also recorded as “Eve” and “The Mama Cats” – They would eventually make their way to Los Angeles, California

The Hong Kong White Sox – Trans-World 6906 – Cholley-Oop – Number 116 – August, 1960

Novelty studio group from Los Angeles, California

Linda Hopkins – Brunswick 55248 – Little By Little – Number 127 – August, 1963

Linda was a stage actress born in New Orleans, Louisiana  – She died in 2017

Horatio – Event 3304 – Age (Where I Started Again) – Number 119 – July, 1969

Horatio was a folk singer

Horizon – Jubilee 2707 – She Opened Up Like a Rosebud – Number 131 – November, 1970

Horizon was a bubblegum group out of Orlando, Florida

Charlie Hoss & the Ponies – Columbia 41855 – The Madison Twist – Number 102 – November, 1970

This song composer Charlie Singleton who fronted his own jazz group

Hot Tuna – Grunt 0502 – Keep On Truckin’ – Number 130 – April, 1972

Formed from the roots of “The Jefferson Airplane” this group was based in San Francisco, California

The Hounds – Columbia 11159 – Under My Thumb – Number 110 – December, 1979

Group out of Chicago, Illinois

Chuck Howard – Fraternity 923 – A Thing Called Sadness – Number 137 – July, 1964

Edward Charles Howard was from Flat Fort, Kentucky – He passed away in 1983

The Hubbels – Audio Fidelity 150 – Hippy Dippy Funky Monkey Double Bubble Sitar Man – Number 110 – May, 1969

This was duo Bob Hubbel and Mary Ann Frazell – a husband and wife team

Hudson-Ford – A&M 1471 – Pick Up the Pieces – Number 132 – October, 1973

Hudson and Ford were from England and both had been members of “The Strawbs”

Jerry Hudson – Big Tree 159 – Gillian Frank – Number 117 – February, 1973

Jerry was born Gerald K. Hudson Jr – Was a member of “Mellow Brick Rode” and “The Road”

Jimmy Huff – Notable 1103 – I’d Love Making Love to You – Number 113 – May, 1970

Huff was a member of the group “Special Delivery” (shown) and “Andy and the Arrows”

Carol Hughes – RCA Victor 7665 – Let Me Go Lover – Number 114 – February, 1960

Tommy Hunter – Columbia 44234 – The Battle of the Little Big Horn – Number 139 – August, 1967

Hunter was from Ontario, Canada – Known as the Canadian “country gentleman”

Sam Hutchins – AGP 106 – Dang Me – Number 112 – November, 1968

Hutchins was a country singer and member of the group “The Masqueraders” (shown)

Leroy Hutson – Curtom 0100 – All Because Of You – Number 119 – March, 1975

Leroy was born in Newark, New Jersey and a later member of “The Impressions”

The Hypnotics – Reprise 1140 – Beware Of the Stranger – Number 115 – April, 10, 1973

The Hypnotics were an R&B group out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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