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    The last polls of Round 1 closed today but we'll still have a few tiebreakers going until Wednesday. Therefore, Round 2 will begin on Monday, May 2.

    For the first two time periods (1945-1949 and 1950-1954) this second round will be the last before the playoffs, so the songs that move on from there will be moving onto the playoffs and their seeding will be determined by the sum of their percentages earned in Round 1 and 2. The other 12 time periods will go though Round 3 to whittle the roster down even more, due to having twice as many nominations.

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    All tiebreakers have been settled and Round 2 is all set for Monday We'll be rewinding the clock back to the '40s!

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    Round 2 schedule and brief notes have been added to the first post here.

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    With the 1940s Round 2 tiebreakers closing, our Top 24 of the 1940s are set and ready for the playoffs (percentages are of possible 200% through two rounds):
    1. Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer - Baby, It's Cold Outside (1949) 74.19%
    2. Nat King Cole - The Christmas Song (1946) 74.18%
    3. James Baskett -Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (1946) 66.76%
    4. Gene Autry - Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1949) 66.67%
    5. Vaughn Monroe - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (1945) 66.37%
    6. Hank Williams - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (1949) 64.59%
    7. Perry Como - Some Enchanted Evening (1949) 64.59%
    8. Nat King Cole - Nature Boy (1948) 64.17%
    9. The Andrews Sisters - Rum and Coca-Cola (1945) 62.50%
    10. Vaughn Monroe - Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) (1949) 60.26%
    11. Frank Sinatra - Five Minutes More (1946) 55.77%
    12. The Stanley Brothers - Little Maggie (1948) 52.41%
    13. The Mills Brothers - Dream, Dream, Dream (1947) 50.00%
    14. Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt - Foggy Mountain Breakdown (1949) 49.74%
    15. Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive (1945) 49.55%
    16. Perry Como - Till the End of Time (1945) 48.10%
    17. Hank Williams - I Saw the Light (1947) 44.65%
    18. Arthur Smith - Guitar Boogie (1945) 42.79%
    19. Bill Monroe and The Blue Grass Boys - Blue Moon of Kentucky (1947) 42.71%
    20. Dizzy Gillespie - Manteca (1947) 41.86%
    21. Stan Kenton and June Christy - Tampico (1945) 41.67%
    22. Hank Williams - Move It On Over (1947) 38.54%
    23. Carmen Miranda and The Andrews Sisters - Cuanto la Gusta (1948) 38.10%
    24. Lester Young - These Foolish Things (1945) 37.26%

    As described earlier, the playoffs will have two initial rounds, followed by the quarterfinals, the semifinals, and the finals. All are one-and-done polls. The top eight are promoted to the second round, while the bottom 16 battle it out for the right to take on one of the top 8.

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    The 1950-1954 tiebreakers closed and our second set of playoff-bound songs is set. The tiebreakers actually closed yesterday but I was away most of the day, sorry. Here are the Top 24 of 1950-1954, and again, the top eight advance to the second playoff round while the others take each other on in round one.
    1. The Crew Cuts - Sh-Boom (Life Could Be a Dream) (1954) 91.29%
    2. The Penguins - Earth Angel (Will You be Mine) (1954) 86.19%
    3. The Chordettes - Mr. Sandman (1954) 82.31%
    4. Nat King Cole - Unforgettable (1952) 78.79%
    5. Bill Haley and His Comets - Rock Around the Clock (1954) 77.95%
    6. Elvis Presley - That's All Right, Mama (1954) 73.34%
    7. Gene Kelly - Singin' in the Rain (1952) 73.34%
    8. Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man (1954) 71.67%
    9. Dean Martin - That's Amore (1953) 70.00%
    10. Hank Williams - Hey, Good Lookin' (1951) 69.17%
    11. Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle, and Roll (1954) 67.50%
    12. Rosemary Clooney - Mambo Italiano (1954) 67.50%
    13. Ray Charles - I Got a Woman (1954) 66.67%
    14. Perry Como - Papa Loves Mambo (1954) 62.74%
    15. The Drifters - White Christmas (1954) 52.50%
    16. Ella Fitzgerald - Angel Eyes (1952) 51.43%
    17. The Spaniels - Goodnite Sweetheart, Goodnite (1954) 49.65%
    18. Muddy Waters - Rollin' Stone (1950) 43.33%
    19. Dinah Washington - Mad About the Boy (1952) 41.67%
    20. Les Paul and Mary Ford - Vaya Con Dios (1953) 41.67%
    21. The Weavers - Goodnight, Irene (1950) 40.00%
    22. Tony Bennett - Rags to Riches (1953) 39.73%
    23. Duke Ellington - Satin Doll (1953) 39.23%
    24. Lefty Frizzell - If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time) (1950) 37.98%

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    With today's new polls for the last groups of the '90s we will be starting the last week of Round 2 come Monday. Thanks again to everyone for participating and voting!

    Once the second round is done, Round 3 will begin, which will be even more fun. The first two time periods (1945-1949 and 1950-1954) won't be taking part in the third round, so it will be the 12 other time periods, each with 12 groups of four songs. In each group the top two vote-getters will be promoted into the playoffs. This should be quite a battle...

    At the conclusion of Round 3, the playoffs will begin with each of the 14 time periods having their Top 24 facing against one another. As a reminder, each song will be seeded according to the total of its percentage points earned in Rounds 1-3 (so how well a song does in a given poll matters quite a bit).

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    And so the last polls of Round 2 have closed. We still have two open tiebreaker polls remaining: here and here. They'll close on June 14 and 15, and on Monday, June 20 we'll begin our third and final preliminary round before the playoffs! This will be very fun!

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    So round 2 is officially over?
    Hearts are tough, she said, most times hearts don't break, and I'm sure that's right . . . but what about then? What about who we were then? What about hearts in Atlantis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwritecode View Post
    So round 2 is officially over?
    Yup. The last open poll of Round 2 closed today. Round 3 will begin Monday. I won't be able to post polls in the morning like I have been , so they should be going up late afternoon or early evening. A full schedule will be posted to the first post of this thread.

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    The schedule for Round 3 has now been added to the first post of this thread.

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    And Round 3 is now live!

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    No round 3 for the 1940's?

    I seem to be missing it.
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    Then we have ONE tune from the '40s to move on as there were fewer tunes involve in the '40's???

    I am confused.
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    See the explanation for Round 3 in the first post of this thread. Basically, if you'll remember, there were less nominations (half as many) in the first two time periods than in all subsequent ones.

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    The last tiebreakers for the 1955-59 period just closed, so we have our third playoff-bound Top 24 settled:
    1. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode (1958) 85.87%
    2. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire (1957) 85.54%
    3. Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock (1957) 78.39%
    4. Ritchie Valens - La Bamba (1958) 77.22%
    5. Buddy Holly and The Crickets - That'll Be the Day (1957) 75.04%
    6. Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line (1956) 74.14%
    7. The Platters - The Great Pretender (1955) 71.32%
    8. Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue (1957) 71.30%
    9. Little Richard - Tutti Frutti (1955) 71.17%
    10. The Everly Brothers - Wake Up Little Susie (1957) 70.59%
    11. The Isley Brothers - Shout (1959) 68.75%
    12. Bobby Darin - Dream Lover (1959) 67.73%
    13. Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers - Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1956) 66.44%
    14. Elvis Presley - Love Me Tender (1956) 65.83%
    15. The Everly Brothers - All I Have to Do Is Dream (1958) 65.68%
    16. Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues (1955) 63.65%
    17. The Monotones - Book of Love (1957) 63.28%
    18. Buddy Holly - Everyday (1957) 62.42%
    19. The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love (1957) 61.70%
    20. The Five Satins - In the Still of the Night (1956) 61.23%
    21. Dion and The Belmonts - A Teenager in Love (1959) 60.93%
    22. The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You (1959) 56.67%
    23. The Platters - Only You (And You Alone) (1955) 56.54%
    24. Santo & Johnny - Sleep Walk (1959) 50.00%

    The percentages are of possible 300% through three rounds (for example, "Johnny B. Goode" earned 94.12% in Round 1, 85.71% in Round 2, and 77.78% in Round 3, making the total 257.61% and average 85.87%).

    Again, as described earlier, the top eight are promoted to the second round of the playoffs and the others battle for the right to take them on. To remind also, playoff brackets will follow this layout: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Templa...mBracket-Byes2

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    Last Monday's polls have closed but I'm not able to post the totals and any tiebreakers at the moment. That will come either later tonight or tomorrow. Sorry!

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    The fourth set of the Top 24 is set for the playoffs, for the 1960-1964 time period:
    1. The Animals - House of the Rising Sun (1964) 92.48%
    2. The Drifters - Under the Boardwalk (1964) 86.28%
    3. The Righteous Brothers - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (1964) 85.56%
    4. The Temptations - My Girl (1964) 84.94%
    5. Ben E. King - Stand By Me (1961) 84.26%
    6. Simon and Garfunkel - The Sound of Silence (1964) 81.20%
    7. The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (1964) 80.95%
    8. Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire (1963) 78.86%
    9. The Beach Boys - I Get Around (1964) 77.27%
    10. Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman (1964) 75.93%
    11. The Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (1961) 73.43%
    12. The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand (1963) 73.36%
    13. The Kingsmen - Louie Louie (1963) 68.63%
    14. Elvis Presley - Can't Help Falling in Love (1962) 68.45%
    15. The Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (1962) 66.32%
    16. The Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There (1963) 65.25%
    17. The Surfaris - Wipe Out (1963) 64.84%
    18. The Kinks - You Really Got Me (1964) 64.56%
    19. The Zombies - She's Not There (1964) 64.15%
    20. Dion - Runaround Sue (1961) 62.81%
    21. Chubby Checker - The Twist (1960) 61.83%
    22. Ray Charles - Georgia on My Mind (1960) 61.57%
    23. Patsy Cline - Crazy (1961) 56.67%
    24. Del Shannon - Runaway (1961) 53.49%

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