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BILLBOARD (USA) MAGAZINE'S TOP R&B SINGLES FOR 1948 (Best Selling Retail Race Records Charts) (Maga PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Jan 14, 2015 at 12:14 PM
BILLBOARD (USA) MAGAZINE'S TOP R&B SINGLES FOR 1948*
(Best Selling Retail Race Records Charts) (Magazine's Chart)







No.-Song-Artist-Month Peaked on charts
 1 LONG GONE-SONNY THOMPSON-JULY
 2 GOOD ROCKIN' TONIGHT-WYNONIE HARRIS-June
 3 TOMORROW NIGHT-LONNIE JOHNSON-June
 4 PRETTY MAMA BLUES-IVORY JOE HUNTER-September
 5 I CAN'T GO ON WITHOUT YOU-BULL MOOSE JACKSON-August
 6 MESSIN' AROUND-MEMPHIS SLIM-July
 7 MY HEART BELONGS TO YOU-ARBEE STIDHAM-October
 8 CORN BREAD-Joe Liggins-November
 9 RUN JOE-Louis Jordan-July
10 BLUES AFTER HOURS-Pee Wee Crayton-November
11 Nature Boy-Nat "King" Cole-May
12 All My Love Belongs To You-Bull Moose Jackson-May
13 Late Freight-Sonny Thompson-October
14 Am I Asking Too Much?-Dinah Washington-November
15 Hop,Skip And Jump-Roy Milton-November
16 King Size Papa-Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-April
17 Long About Midnight-Roy Brown Mighty Mighty Men-December
18 It's Too Soon To Know-The Orioles-November
19 It's Too Soon To Know-Dinah Washington-November
20 Fine Brown Frame-Nellie Lutcher-April
21 Don't Burn The Candle At Both Ends-Louis Jordan-October
22 Everything I Do Is Wrong-Roy Milton-October
23 Bewildered-Red Miller Trio-December
24 Pleasing You-Lonnie Johnson-November
25 Blues For The Red Boy-Todd Rhodes-December

*As published in the January 1st,1949 issue of (US) Billboard Magazine
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