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Liner Notes

When it came to how popular a band’s music was, it was the charts that told you. It was the charts that determined radio station song lists and how often they changed.

While maybe not quite all of the songs on this record made the charts, even though that’s what the album title hints at, all of the artists were on the charts at one time or another.

So, get ready to hear music makers that were high up in a specific list at one time or another in Volume 180: Hit Makers.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Various – The Original Top Hits By The Hit Makers
Label: Columbia – CL 1485
Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
Released: 1960
Genre: Pop
Style: Light Music

Johnny Mathis– Starbright
written by Lee Pockriss, Paul Vance

Doris Day– Please Don’t Eat The Daisies
written by Joe Lubin

Jerry Vale– Solitaire
written by Neil Sedaka, Phil Cody

Mitch Miller– Pink Polemoniums
Written-By – Al Hoffman and Dick Manning

Greenfields
written by Frank Miller, Richard Dehr, and Terry Gilkyson (also known as The Easy Riders)

Kitty Kallen– Got A Date With An Angel
written by Clifford Grey, Jack Waller, Joseph Tunbridge, Sonny Miller

Marty Robbins – Big Iron
He wrote and was the first to record it on April 7, 1959.

Johnny Horton – Sink The Bismarck
written by Tillman Franks

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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