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BILLBOARD (USA) MAGAZINE'S TOP R&B SINGLES FOR 1952 (Best Selling Retail Rhythm & Blues Records Cha PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Aug 17, 2016 at 09:57 PM
BILLBOARD (USA) MAGAZINE'S TOP R&B SINGLES FOR 1952
(Best Selling Retail Rhythm & Blues Records Charts) (Magazine's Chart)*






No.-Song-Artist-Month Peaked on charts
 1 LAWDY MISS CLAWDY-LLOYD PRICE-AUGUST
 2 HAVE MERCY,BABY-DOMINOES-July
 3 5-10-15 HOURS-RUTH BROWN-May
 4 GOIN' HOME-FATS DOMINO-June
 5 NIGHT TRAIN-JIMMY FORREST-April
 6 MY SONG-JOHNNY ACE-October
 7 ONE MINT JULEP-THE CLOVERS-May
 8 TING A-LING-The Clovers-September
 9 THREE O'CLOCK BLUES-B.B. King-February
10 JUKE-Little Walter-December
11 No More Doggin'-Roscoe Gordon-April
12 You Know I Love You-B.B. King-November
13 Mary Jo-Four Blazers-August
14 Booted-Roscoe Gordon-March
15 Five Long Years-Eddie Boyd-December
16 Heavenly Father-Edna McGriff-May
17 Call Operator 210-Floyd Dixon-August
18 Flamingo-Earl Bostic-January
19 Cry-Johnnie Ray-January
20 Moody Mood For Love-King Pleasure-July
21 Middle Of The Night-Clovers-May
22 Best Wishes-Roy Milton-January
23 I'll Drown In My Tears-Sonny Thompson-July
24 Wheel Of Fortune-Sunny Gale & Eddie Wilcox-February
25 Daddy,Daddy-Ruth Brown-October
26 So Tired-Roy Milton-June
27 Easy,Easy Baby-Varetta Dillard-August
28 I'm Gonna Play The Honky Tunes-Marie Adams-July
29 That's What You're Doing To To Me-Dominoes-April
30 Fool,Fool,Fool-The Clovers-January


*As published in the December 27,1952 issue of Billboard Magazine.
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