[Answer] 7. In November, 1961, a tragic song about a coal miner hit the top of the charts. What was the title...
Step 1 : Introduction to the question "7. In November, 1961, a tragic song about a coal miner hit the top of the charts. What was the title of the Jimmy Dean song?"
...1. Johnny Remember Me 2. Goodbye, Liza Jane 3. One Way Out 4. Big Bad John "Big Bad John" was recorded by Jimmy Dean and composed by Dean and Roy Acuff. It was released in September, 1961, and by the beginning of November it was number one on the Billboard Hot 100. "Big Bad John" won Dean the 1962 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording. "Big Bad John" was also the title of a 1990 television movie starring Dean. Jimmy Dean went on to work as an actor and appeared as Willard Whyte in the Bond film "Diamonds Are Forever". He is best known today as the founder of the Jimmy Dean Food Company. "Goodbye, Liza Jane" was sung by W.P. Detherow. "One Way Out" is a blues song first recorded in 1961 by Sonny Boy Williamson II. "Johnny Remember Me" is British producer Joe Meek's first number one production. The song was a 1961 UK hit for John Leyton and The Outlaws. Other number one hits in 1961 were Del Shannon's "Runaway", "Travelin' Man" by Ricky Nelson, "Hit the Road, Jack" by Ray Charles and "Blue Moon" by the Marcels. A then-unknown group called the Beatles made their first appearance at Liverpool's Cavern Club in 1961.
Step 2 : Answer to the question "7. In November, 1961, a tragic song about a coal miner hit the top of the charts. What was the title of the Jimmy Dean song?"
Big Bad John:
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