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Welcome to The 50, a Napster scheme in which we attempt to compile the biggest, best, most historically remarkable songs of every year. Our list of 50 tracks -- presented here in no particular order, ideally flowing like a time-traveling DJ set -- has been argued over and grudgingly agreed upon by our full editorial staff. Please enjoy. Every time it's my turn to program The 50, I invariably say to myself, My god, this is the best year music ever experienced. But despite this penchant for hyperbole, it just might be true about I mean, holy smokes, we're talking wall-to-wall awesome tunes. Let's begin our recap with the folk-rock boom, which only intensified in ; it also got way more stoned-sounding. Dylan said it best on one of the year's genuine masterworks, Blonde on Blonde : "Everybody must get stoned! But far and away the most earth-shattering folk-rock hit of the year came from The Mamas and the Papas , whose calling-card song "California Dreamin'" helped kick off the hippies' love affair with the Golden State a love affair that would, interestingly enough, end exactly ten years later with 's funereal "Hotel California".
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Billboard Year-End Hot chart for For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Top s Songs. The Ballad of the Green Berets - Sgt. Barry Sadler 2. Cherish - The Association 3. Last Train to Clarksville - The Monkees 7.
These are the Billboard magazine Hot number one hits of Frank Sinatra , having already hit number one prior to the creation of the Hot , earns his first one on the chart. The Beatles, The Supremes, and The Monkees are the only acts to hit number one with more than one song, with each of them having two. The 1 song of , " California Dreamin' " by The Mamas and the Papas , never reached 1 on the weekly charts. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.