The song Guy Mitchell With Ray Conniff And His Orchestra* - Singing The Blues / Crazy With Love (Shellac) first recorded and released by Marty Robbins in The best-known recording was released in October by Guy Mitchell and spent ten weeks Guy Mitchell With Ray Conniff And His Orchestra* - Singing The Blues / Crazy With Love (Shellac) number 1 on the U.
Billboard chart from December 8,to February 2, An example of the U. Mitchell's version was also number 1 in the UK Singles Chart for three non-consecutive weeks in early  one of only four singles to rise to number 1 on the chart on three separate occasions, with the other three being " I Believe " by Frankie Laine Promises - Jared Anderson - Where Faith Comes From, " Happy " by Pharrell Williams and " What Do You Mean?
Two other charting versions of the song were released almost simultaneously with Mitchell's, one by the English singer Tommy Steele with the Steelmen and the other recorded before Mitchell covered it  by US country singer Marty Robbins. Tommy Steele's version of "Singing the Blues" made number 1 in the UK Singles Chart for one week on 11 Januarysandwiched by two of the weeks that Guy Mitchell's version of the same song topped the charts.
The song is often revived, and on three occasions new recordings of "Singing the Blues" have become UK Top 40 hits. A version by Bert Jansch appears on his release Crimson Moon. The song was also performed by Albert Lee. The first line of this song is famously the last line of "London Calling" by the Clash, cut short and echoed in the final mix of the song "I never felt so much a-like, a-like, a-like Hugues Aufray and his Skiffle Group recorded a French version of the song, "Tout le long du chemin", in Birmingham City -supporting radio presenters Tom Ross and Ian Danter released a version to celebrate the club's promotion to the Premier League.
It has been sung since at least the season by fans of the Midlands club. Blackburn Rovers fans have been known to sing a version of the song: "Never felt more like singing the blues, the Rovers win and Burnley lose, oh Rovers, you've got me singing the blues.
Their lyrics are: "Never felt more like singing the blues, When Wednesday win, United lose. Ipswich Town fans also use the song and the club recorded their own version of it, with the chorus being "I've never felt more like singing the Blues, When Ipswich win and Norwich lose, Oh Ipswich you've got me singing the blues". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the B.
King album, see Singin' the Blues. For the s tune famously recorded by Bix Beiderbecke, see Singin' the Blues song. Second Hand Songs. London: Guinness World Records Limited. Enfield, Middlesex: Guinness Superlatives Ltd. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 3 October Retrieved Record Research.
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