#1 Pop Pix 1953-2003
Picture this … 1,045 full-color photos of picture sleeves, sheet music covers or Billboard ads representing every #1 Pop hit from Billboard’s Pop/Hot 100 charts, with selected chart data, from 1953-2003.
A Pictorial Look at Every #1 Pop Hit…Year by Year, Hit by Hit, Pic by Full-Color Pic!
From “Why Don’t You Believe Me” by Joni James (on January 3, 1953), right through to “Crazy In Love” by Beyonc? featuring Jay-Z (on August 9, 2003), here are 96 pages picturing nearly 1,000 #1 hits of the past 51 years in chronological sequence.
Printed on quality glossy stock in brilliant full color, Joel Whitburn’s #1 Pop Pix 1953-2003 is a Record Research first … a volume you’ll enjoy paging through for years to come.
Shown for Each #1 Hit:
- A full-color photo of a picture sleeve, a sheet music cover, a full-page Billboard ad or any other pictorial representation of the hit when it was at its chart peak
- Artist’s name
- Date the title first hit #1
- Total weeks at #1
Special Full-Color Bonus Section ? Photos of Each Year’s #1 Hit 1900-1952
From “When You Were Sweet Sixteen” by George Gaskin and by Jere Mahoney in 1900, through “The Glow-Worm” by the Mills Brothers in 1952 – a stroll through the music and fashion of the 20th century’s first 52 years!
Plus These Special Sections:
- Complete A-Z Artist Section
- Complete A-Z Title Section
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