Tiny Bubbles

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"Tiny Bubbles" is a song written by Martin Denny and Leon Pober. It was released in 1966 by Don Ho. The song was also recorded by Wayne Newton and Rex Allen.

It charted on both the pop (#57 on the Hot 100) and easy listening charts, which caused its album, also called Tiny Bubbles, to peak at number 57 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart[1][2] and is widely considered to be his most famous song.[3] Nearly three years later Evie Sands' "Any Way That You Want Me" tied "Tiny Bubbles" for longevity among 1960s hits failing to reach the Hot 100's top 50 (at 17 weeks).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, John S. (November 25, 1966). Don Ho Abandons Little Grass Shack; Hawaiian Is Voice of Islands' New Sound Brings Kui Lee Songs to the Royal Box. The New York Times
  2. ^ Chart Listing For The Week Of Apr 01 1967
  3. ^ McLellan, Dennis (April 15, 2007).Don Ho, 76; singer was best known for 66 hit 'Tiny Bubbles'. Los Angeles Times