Kvällstoppen 1968-11-19

1.
Cover: Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days
Mary Hopkin – Those Were The Days
2.
Vinyl Record
Inger-Lise Andersen – Romeo och Julia
3.
Vinyl Record
Jan Öjlers

– Natten har tusen ögon

4.
Cover: Ola And The Janglers - Let's Dance
Ola And The Janglers – Let’s Dance
5.
Artist: Siw Malmkvist
Siw Malmkvist – Mamma är lik sin mamma

6.
Cover: The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Beatles – Hey Jude
7.
Artist: Sten Nilsson
Sten Nilsson

– Du och jag

8.
Cover: Aretha Franklin - I Say A Little Prayer
Aretha Franklin – I Say A Little Prayer
9.
Cover: Svante Thuresson - Leva mitt liv
Svante Thuresson – Leva mitt liv
10.
Cover: Leapy Lee - Little Arrows
Leapy Lee – Little Arrows
11.
Cover: Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends
Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends
12.
Vinyl Record
Björn Ulvaeus

– Fröken Fredriksson

13.
Cover: Billy Joe Royal - Hush
14.
Cover: The Hep Stars - Tända på varann
The Hep Stars – Tända på varann
15.
Cover: The Tremeloes - My Little Lady
The Tremeloes – My Little Lady
16.
Vinyl Record
José Feliciano

– Light My Fire

17.
Cover: Jeannie C. Riley - Harper Valley P.T.A.
Jeannie C. Riley – Harper Valley P.T.A.
18.
Cover: Lulu - Morning Dew
Lulu – Morning Dew
19.
Cover: Canned Heat - On The Road Again
Canned Heat – On The Road Again
20.
Cover: The Hep Stars - Let It Be Me
The Hep Stars – Let It Be Me

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Kvällstoppen – Best Selling Records in Sweden

This chart shows kvällstoppen with the 20 best selling records in Sweden 1968-11-19.

Kvällstoppen was presented in a radio show by Sveriges Radio – Sweden’s national publicly funded radio broadcaster. The show started in 1962 and the format changed several times during the sixties and early seventies. The charts originally recorded sales of singles and EPs. Later, LP albums were also included. For a short period, a separate list with only LP albums was presented, known as LP-toppen. But LPs could still appear on the original list with singles and EPs, which is why LP-toppen was abandoned.

In 1974, the program and the idea of presenting music sales in a national publicly funded radio was questioned on ideological grounds. As a result, entries were presented in a random order. A year later, in late summer of 1975, the show was finally cancelled. The last program was aired on August 19, 1975.

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Kvällstoppen 1968

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