1960 One Hit Wonders & Artists Known For One Song

1960-onehit1960 One Hit Wonders & Artists Known For One Song

(Do The) Mashed Potatoes – Nat Kendrick and the Swans

A Teenager Feels It Too – Denny Reed

Alabam – Cowboy Copas

Alley-Oop – Hollywood Argyles

Alley-Oop – The Dyna-Sores

Angel Baby – Rosie and the Originals

Angela Jones – Johnny Ferguson

Bad Boy – Marty Wilde

Ballad of the Alamo – Bud and Travis

Banjo Boy – Jan and Kjeld

Barbara – The Temptations (not the Motown performers!)

Beautiful Obsession – Sir Chauncey

Biology – Danny Valentino

Blue Velvet – The statues

Brontosaurus Stomp – The Piltdown Men

Clap Your Hands – The Beau – Marks

Comin’ Down With Love – Mel Gadson

Darling Lorraine – The Knockouts

Diamonds and Pearls – The Paradons

Forever – Billy Walker

Forever – The Little Dippers

Gonzo – James Booker

Harlem Nocturne – The Viscounts (re-released in 1965)

Heartbreak (It’s Hurtin’ Me) – Jon Thomas

He’ll Have To Stay – Jeanne Black

I Don’t Know What It Is – The Bluenotes

If I Had A Girl – Rod Lauren

Just a Little Bit – Rosco Gordon

Kookie Little Paradise – The Tree Swingers

Last Chance – Collay and The Satellites

Let The Little Girl Dance – Billy Bland

Let’s Think About Living – Bob Luman

Look For A Star – Garry Miles

Love You So – Ron Holden

Mister Lonely – The Videls

Mojo Workout – Larry Bright

Money (That’s What I Want) – Barrett Strong

Mountain Of Love – Harold Dorman

Mr. Custer – Larry Verne

Mule Skinner Blues – The Fendermen

My Little Marine – Jamie Horton

National City – Joiner, Arkansas Junior H. S. Band

Night Theme – The Mark II

Push Push – Austin Taylor

Rambling – The Ramblers

Ramona – The Blue Diamonds

Rockin’ Red Wing – Sammy Masters

Ruby Duby Du – Tobin Mathews and Company

Sandy – Larry Hall

Secret of Love – Elton Anderson

She’s Just A Whole Lot Like You – Hank Thompson

Shortnin’ Bread – Paul Chaplain and the Emeralds

Someone Loves You, Joe – The Singing Belles

Stay – Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs

Stranger From Durango – Richie Allen

Suddenly – Micky DeMatteo

Teenage Hayride – Tender Slim

The Big Time Spender – Cornbread and Biscuits

The Madison – Al Brown’s Tunetoppers

The Yen Yet Song – Gary Cane

Theme From The Sundowners – Felix Slatkin

There’s a Moon Out Tonight – The Capris

There’s a Star Spangled Banner Waving # 2 (The Ballad Of Francis Powers) – Red River Dave

There’s Something On Your Mind – Bobby Marchan

Tracey’s Theme – Spencer Ross

Yogi – The Ivy Three



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