Fuck Art, Let’s Dance

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1960s
dance-craze party

pre-1960s

“Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie”
Pinetop Smith (Alabama) 1928

“The Hucklebuck”
Paul Williams (Tennessee) 1949

“The Bunny Hop”
Ray Anthony 1952

“Cherokee Dance”
Bob Landers
Specialty 1956

“The Waddle” (Theo Theobalt)
The Slades (Austin, TX)
Domino 800B 1958

“The Shag (is Totally Cool)” (Foster-Flood)
Billy Graves
Monument 401 1958

“The Walk” (McCracklin)
Jimmy McCracklin (St. Louis)
Checker 885A 1958

“The Freeze”
Tony & Joe 1958

“Madison Time” (Eddie Morrison-Ray Bryant)
Ray Bryant Combo (Philly/Detroit)
calls by Eddie Morrison
Columbia 1476 1959

“(Baby) Hully Gully” (Smith-Goldsmith)
The Olympics 1959

1960s

“Pony Time” (Covay-Berry)
The Goodtimers (D.C.)
1960

“The Slop” (Smith-Goldsmith)
The Olympics (L.A.)
Arvee 595B 1960

“The Twist”
Chubby Checker (Philly)
1960

“Finger-Poppin’ Time” (Ballard)
Hank Ballard & the Midnighters (Detroit)
1960

“Everybody Fish” /
“Part 2” (Collier-Kerrin)
The Hallequins
Collier 2501 1961

“The Peppermint Twist” (Henry-Dee-Glover)
Joey Dee & the Starliters (New Jersey)
1961

“Bristol Stomp” (Mann-Appell)
The Dovells (Philly)
1961
“The Slosh” (Fredricks-Coleman)
Bernadette
Beach 5 1961

“The Watusi”
The Vibrations (L.A.)
Checker 969A 1961

“The Wah-Watusi” (Mann-Appell)
The Orlons (Philly)
Cameo 218A 1962

“The Locomotion”
Little Eva 1962

“Limbo Rock” (Strange-Sheldon)
Chubby Checker (Philly)
1962

“The Scrape” (Eddy)
Duane Eddy
1962

“The Climb” (Leiber-Stoller)
Duane Eddy
Dance with the Guitar Man
Colpix 1962

“Limbo Limbo” (Richard A. Caire)
Kai-Ray
Lodestar 7462 circa 1962

“The Cinnamon Cinder” (Russ Regan) /
“Bandido” (Bob Totem)
Pastel Six
Zen 102 1962

“Chicken Twist” (Adkins)
Hasil Adkins
recorded 1962

“Humpty Dump” (Falcone-Rodriquez)
Bernadette Caroll
Vital 1650 1962

“Mashed Potato Time” Dee Dee Sharp (Philly)
1962

“Do the Bird” (Mann-Appell) Dee Dee Sharp (Philly)
Cameo 244 1963

“Mickey’s Monkee” (H-D-H)
The Miracles (Detroit)
Tamla 1963

“Harlem Shuffle” (Relf-Nelson)
Bob & Earl(L.A.)
Marc 104 1963

“Do the Del Viking” / “part 2” (Holloway)
Patrice Holloway
Taste 125 1963

“The Bounce” (Ward-Fizer-Lewis)
The Olympics 1963

“The Smock” (Lennie Guarino)/
“Dance Party” (Lateers)
Lateers
World Artists 1006 1963

“The Bird’s the Word”
The Rivingtons
Liberty 1963

“El Watusi” (Barretto)
Ray Barretto
Tico 419 1963

“Dick Dale Stomp” (Dale)
Dick Dale & his Del-Tones
1963

“Twine Time” (Williams-Rice) /
“The Bump” (Rice-Cash)
Alvin Cash & the Crawlers (St. Louis)
Mar-V-Lus 6002 1963

“Come Monkey With Me” (G. Washington)
Gino Washington (Detroit)
Wand 147 1964
“The Swim” (Barry-Greenwich-Venet)
The Butterflys
Red Bird 009B 1964

“C’mon & Swim” (Coman-[Sly Stone]Stewart)
Bobby Freeman (S.F.)
1964

“Peg Leg” (Vacon) Jerome Clemmons
ABC Paramount 10532 1964

“Kick That Little Foot Sally Ann” /
“Slauson Party”
Round Robin (L.A.)
Domain 1404 1964

“Shaggy Dog” (Mickie & Bernie Lane)
Mickey Lee Lane (Austin, TX)
Swan 4183 1964

“Ride Your Pony” (Naomi Neville)
Lee Dorsey
1965

“The Climb”
The Kingsmen (Portland) 1965

“The Jerk” (Don Julian)
“Keep Jerkin'” (Walters-Julian)
“Slauson Shuffle Part 1” (Julian)
“Slauson Shuffle Part 2” (Julian)
The Larks (L.A.)
The Jerk Money 1102 1965
“Everybody’s Doing the Jerk” (Seals)
Jimmy Seals & the Champs (Texas)
Challenge 59270A 1965

“Jerkin’ the Dog” (Shaw) /
“Fishin’ Pole” (Shaw)
Mighty Hannibal (Atlanta)
Mirwood 5510 1966

“The Duck”
Jackie Lee (L.A.)
1966

“Shoot-A-Basket” (Lemon-J. Dixon)
Meadowlark Lemon
RSVP 1125B 1966

“The Shotgun and the Duck” (Matthews-Nelson) /
“Temptation Walk” (Smith-Nelson)
Jackie Lee (L.A.)
Mirwood 5510 1966

“Cool Jerk”
The Capitals 1966

“The Skate” (Gant-Morris)
The Invitations
MGM 1966
“Do the Freddie”
Freddie & the Dreamers 1966

“The Bounce” (Ward-Fizer-Lewis) /
“The Duck” (Smith-Nelson)
The Olympics (L.A.)
Mirwood 5525 1966

“Karate / part 2” (Buford-J. Taylor)
Mr. Clean & the Cleansers (Houston)
Camelot 136 circa 1967

“The Horse” (Jesse James)
Cliff Nobles (Alabama)
Phil-L.A. of Soul 1968

“The Bounce” (Ward-Fizer-Lewis)
The Fantastic Johnny C. (S. Carolina)
Boogaloo Down Broadway
Phil-L.A. of Soul 1968

“Doin’ the Banana Split” (Barry White)
The Banana Splits
Kelloggs/Hanna Barbera 34579 1968

“Karate KK” (Dougherty-Grimaldo)
Tommy Dougherty
with Lou Grimaldo & the Symbols
Dance City USA 101 circa 1968

“Do the Sissy”
Charley Simmons & the Royal Imperials
PJ Records (New Orleans) 107 1968

“The Frankenstein Walk”
Gene Bowlegs Miller
Hi 2161 1969

post-1960s

“Push and Pull (the Tom Jones)”
(Willien Henderson-Leonard Henderson)
The Dwi Peoples Paraphernalia (Chicago)
BRC 102 circa 1971

“The Bump” (Milan Williams)
The Commodores
Machine Gun
Motown 769 1974

“The Twist (Yo, Twist)”
The Fat Boys
Tin Pan Apple 1988

“The Wiggle”
Rappers Convention
1986

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instant dance party

just add good-time people, 
a sound system, and a dance floor
this list might be cliché, but if people 
can sing along and know the song, 
they're more likely to get off the wall

get on the floor

Intro: “2001” Deodato

“Family Affair” Mary J. Blige

“Hey Ya!” OutKast

“Celebration” Kool & the Gang

“Love Shack” B-52s

“Let’s Dance” Ramones

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Cyndi Lauper

“Bad Boy Boogie” AC/DC

“Anarchy in the UK” Sex Pistols

“Super Freak” Rick James

“1999” Prince

“Sex Machine” James Brown

“Brick House” Commodores

“Rollercoaster” Ohio Players

“Flashlight” Parliament

“Why Can’t We Be Friends” War

“Car Wash” Rose Royce

“Dancing Queen” Abba

“I Feel Love” Donna Summer

“Heart of Glass” Blondie

“Le Freak” Chic

“Ring My Bell” Anita Ward

“Boogie Wonderland” Earth, Wind and Fire

“Rapper’s Delight” Sugarhill Gang

“King Tim III” Fatback Band

slow it down
(add when needed)

“Easy” Commodores

“All of Me” John Legend

“Time After Time” Cyndi Lauper

“Strawberry Letter #23” Brothers Johnson

“Wonderful World” Sam Cooke

Mid-tempo transition
(add when needed)

“Wonderful World Beautiful People” Jimmy Cliff

“I Can See Clearly Now” Johnny Nash

“Brown-Eyed Girl” Van Morrison

“Lowrider” War

“My Girl” Temptations

“What’s Going On” Marvin Gaye

“Baby Love” The Supremes

“Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” 4 Tops

“ABC” Jackson 5

“Everybody is a Star” Sly & the Family Stone

“Three Little Birds” Bob Marley

get on the Floor (Again)

“Stir it up” Bob Marley

“Shout” Isley Brothers

“I Want to Take You Higher” Sly and the Family Stone

“Stand” Sly and the Family Stone

“Dance to the Music” Sly and the Family Stone

“Everyday People” Sly and the Family Stone

“Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again)” Sly

“Loco-motion” Little Eva

“Shotgun” Jr. Walker

“Superstition” Stevie Wonder

“Superstition” Jeff Beck, etc.

“Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone” The Temptations

“You Can’t Hurry Love” The Supremes

“Upside Down” Diana Ross

“On the Floor” Jennifer Lopez

“Wild Thing” Tone Loc

“Wild Thing” Troggs

“Tequila” The Champs

“Louie Louie” The Kingsmen

“Don’t Leave Me this Way” Thelma Houston

Outtro: “2001” Deodato

The Best of Bacharach

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                        the best of bacharach

The three greatest things about the swingin’ 60s:
miniskirts, 2-piece bathing suits, and Burt Bacharach.

(Hats off to Hal as well.  Hal David went with Burt Bacharach like a smack on your honey’s rump.)  

The marriage of pop and lounge had never sounded like this before.  And it would never sound this good again.  If you’re going to leave me on an island with only three things, leave me something to eat, someone to love and this collection of Bacharach songs.

 

selective discography
selected by winch

CHRONOLOGICAL

 

 


“Baby, It’s You“(Bacharach-David-Williams) 

The Shirelles
 (New Jersey) Scepter 1227A (1961)

“Outside My Window” (Hal David-Sherman Edwards)

The Fleetwoods (Olympia, Washington) 

Dolton 15B (1961)

“Please Stay” (Hilliard- Bacharach)
The Drifters (NYC) Atlantic 2105 (1961)

“Any Day Now” (B. Hilliard – B. Bacharach)
Chuck Jackson (South Carolina/Pittsburgh)
Wand 122 (1962)


“Waiting For Charlie to Come Home
(Hilliard-Bacharach)
Etta James (L.A.) Argo 5409B (1962)

“It’s Love That Really Counts” (Bacharach-David)
The Shirelles (New Jersey)  Scepter 1237B (1962)

“Make It Easy on Yourself” (Bacharach-David)
Jerry Butler (Chicago)  VeeJay 451A (1962)

“(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me” (Bacharach-David)
Sandie Shaw (England)  Reprise 0320A (1964)

 

“In the Land of Make Believe” (Bacharach-David)
“Let the Music Play” (Bacharach-David)
The Drifters (NYC)
Under the Boardwalk Atlantic 8099 (1964)


“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)

“Wishin’ and Hopin’” (Bacharach-David)
“I Smiled Yesterday” (Bacharach-David)

 Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)
Make Way For…  Scepter (1964)


“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)

Aretha Franklin (Detroit) Columbia (1964)

“Wishin’ and Hopin’” (Bacharach-David)
 Dusty Springfield (London)
Phillips 40207A (1964)

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“Trains & Boats & Planes” (Bacharach-David)
“Walk On By
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Burt Bacharach (Kansas City/NYC)
Plays the Hits  Kapp 3577 (1965)

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“Trains & Boats & Planes” (Bacharach-David) /
“Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” (Bacharach-David)
Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)
Scepter 12153A (1966)

“The Last One to Be Loved” (Bacharach-David)
“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)
 

Gabor Szabo (Budapest, Hungary)
Gypsy ’66  Impulse 9105 (1966)


“What the World Needs Now” (Bacharach-David)
Wes Montgomery (Indianapolis)
Tequila  Verve (1966)


“My Little Red Book” (Bacharach-David)

Love (L.A.) Elektra 45603 (1966)

“My Little Red Book” (Bacharach-David)
The Standells (L.A.)
Why Pick on Me
 New Tower 5044 (1966)


“A Message to Michael” (Bacharach-David)

Les McCann (Kentucky)
Plays the Hits  Limelight 86041 (1966)


“They Don’t Give Medals (To Yesterday’s Heroes)”(Bacharach – David)
sandwiched with monologues (Rawls)
Lou Rawls (Chicago)
That’s Lou Capital 2756 (1967)

“Any Day Now” (B. Hilliard – B. Bacharach)
Carla Thomas (Memphis)
The Queen Alone  Stax (1967)

“Trains & Boats & Planes” (Bacharach-David)
The Box Tops (Memphis) The Letter  Mala (1967)

“What the World Needs Now” (Bacharach-David)
The Chamber Brothers (Mississippi)
The Time Has Come Columbia (1967)

“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
Dusty Springfield
“The Look of Love” (Bacharach)
instrumental

Casino Royale sdtk Colgems (1967)

“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
Nina Simone (North Carolina)
Silk & Soul RCA (1967)

“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
Ramsey Lewis (Chicago)
Up Pops Cadet 799 (1967)

“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
Gabor Szabo (Budapest, Hungary)
Bacchannal Skye 3 (1968)


“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
The Delphonics (Philly)
La La Means I Love You
Philly Groove 1150 (1968)


“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
“Say a Little Prayer for Me” (Bacharach-David)
Ahmad Jamal (Pittsburgh)
Tranquility  ABC 91526 (1968)


“This Girl’s in Love with You” (Bacharach-David)
 Dusty Springfield (London)
Dusty…Definitely
 Phillips 7864 (1968)

“What the World Needs Now” (Bacharach-David)
The Staple Singers (Chicago)
What the World Needs Now is Love  Epic 26373 (1968)

“Do You Know the Way to San Jose” (Bacharach-David) Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)
Scepter 12216A (1968)

“This Guy’s in Love with You” (Bacharach-David)
Jimmy Smith (PA)
The Boss  Verve (1968)

“What the World Needs Now” (Bacharach-David)
“Don’t Make Me Over” (Bacharach-David)
“A Message to Michael” (Bacharach-David)
“My Little Red Book” (Bacharach-David)
“I Say a Little Prayer” (Bacharach-David)
“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)
“You’ll Never Get to Heaven” (Bacharach-David)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)


“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)

Mitch Ryder (Detroit)
Sings the Hits New Voice 2005 (1968)

“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)
Earl Grant (Oklahoma)
Gently Swingin’ Decca 74937 (1968)

“The Look of Love” (Bacharach-David)
“A Message to Michael” (Bacharach-David)
“What the World Needs Now” (Bacharach-David))

Earl Grant (Oklahoma) 
In Motion
 Decca 75052 (1968)

“Walk On By” (Bacharach-David)
Isaac Hayes (Memphis)
Hot Buttered Soul  Enterprise 1001 (1969)


“I’ll Never Fall in Love Again“(Bacharach-David)
Bobbie Gentry (Mississippi) Fancy Capitol (1969)

“Baby, It’s You“(Bacharach-David-Williams)
Smith (L.A.) A Band Called Smith Dunhill (1969)


“Alfie“(Bacharach-David)
Dick Hyman (NYC)
The Age of Electronicus
 Command 946 (1969)

“Any Day Now” (B. Hilliard – B. Bacharach)
Percy Sledge (Alabama) Atlantic 2616A (1969)


“Any Day Now” (B. Hilliard – B. Bacharach)
Elvis Presley (Memphis) RCA 447-0671B (1969)

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“Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets” (Bacharach-David) Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)
Scepter 12276B (1970)

“(They Long to Be) Close to You” (Bacharach-David) with monologue Bobby Womack (Cleveland)
Communication United Artists (1971)


“All Kinds of People” (Bacharach-David)
“(They Long to Be) Close to You” (Bacharach-David)
 Jerry Butler (Chicago)
Spice of Life
 Mercury (1972) 

“One Less Bell to Answer” (Bacharach-David)
Gladys Knight & the Pips (Atlanta)
If I Were Your Woman Motown (Soul 731) 1971

“You’ll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)” (Bacharach-David)
The Stylistics (PhillyAvco 4618 (1973)

“A House is Not a Home” (Bacharach-David)
The Bill Evans Trio
I Will Say Goodbye Fantasy (1977)


“(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me” (Bacharach-David)
Naked Eyes (England) Burning Bridges EMI (1983)

 

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THE SONGS

(Bacharach-David)

 

“Baby, It’s You
(Bacharach-David-Williams)
Classic Versions 

The Shirelles (New Jersey) 
Scepter 1227A (1961)
Smith (L.A.
A Band Called Smith Dunhill (1969)

 

 

 

 

 

 

“It’s Love That Really Counts
(Bacharach-David) 
Classic Version
The Shirelles (New Jersey)  
Scepter 1237B (1962)

 

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“Make It Easy on Yourself
(Bacharach-David ©1962) 
Classic Version
Jerry Butler (Chicago)  
VeeJay 451A (1962)

 

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 “Don’t Make Me Over

(Bacharach-David ©1962)Classic Version 
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California) 
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Wishin’ and Hopin’” 

(Bacharach-David ©1963)Classic Versions
 Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)  
Make Way For…  Scepter (1964)
 Dusty Springfield (London)
Phillips 40207A (1964)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“(They Long to Be) Close to You
(Bacharach-David ©1963)

Classic Versions
Bobby Womack (Cleveland)
Communication United Artists (1971)
Jerry Butler (Chicago)
Spice of Life
 Mercury (1972)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“A Message to Michael
(Bacharach-David ©1963)

Classic Versions
Les McCann (Kentucky)
Plays the Hits  Limelight 86041 (1966)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)
Earl Grant (Oklahoma) 
In Motion
 Decca 75052 (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The Last One to Be Loved”
(Bacharach-David)

Classic Version
Gabor Szabo (Budapest, Hungary)
Gypsy ’66  Impulse 9105 (1966)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“(There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me” (Bacharach-David ©1964) Classic Versions
Sandie Shaw (England) 
Reprise 0320A (1964)

Naked Eyes (England)
Burning Bridges EMI (1983)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“In the Land of Make Believe
(Bacharach-David)
Classic Version
The Drifters (NYC)
Under the Boardwalk Atlantic 8099 (1964)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Let the Music Play
(Bacharach-David)
Classic Version The Drifters (NYC)  
Under the Boardwalk Atlantic 8099 (1964)

 

 

 

 

 


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“Walk On By
(Bacharach-David ©1964)
Classic Versions Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)  
Make Way For…  Scepter (1964)
Aretha Franklin (Detroit) 
Columbia (1964)
  
Burt Bacharach (Kansas City/NYC)
Play the Hits  Kapp 3577 (1965)

Gabor Szabo (Budapest, Hungary)
Gypsy ’66  Impulse 9105 (1966)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)
Earl Grant (Oklahoma)
Gently Swingin’ Decca 74937 (1968)
Isaac Hayes (Memphis)
Hot Buttered Soul  Enterprise 1001 (1969)



“I Smiled Yesterday
(Bacharach-David)
Classic Version
Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)  

Make Way For…  Scepter (1964)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Trains & Boats & Planes” 

(Bacharach-David ©1964)

Classic Versions
Burt Bacharach
 (Kansas City/NYC)

Play the Hits  Kapp 3577 (1965)
Dionne Warwick
 (New Jersey)

Scepter 12153A (1966)
The Box Tops
 (Memphis)

The Letter  Mala (1967)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“You’ll Never Get to Heaven
(Bacharach-David ©1964)

Classic Versions
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)

The Stylistics (Philly)
Avco 4618 (1973)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“What the World Needs Now
(Bacharach-David ©1965)

Classic Versions
Wes Montgomery (Indianapolis)
Tequila  Verve (1966)
The Chamber Brothers (Mississippi)
The Time Has Come Columbia (1967)
The Staple Singers (Chicago)
What the World Needs Now is Love  Epic (1968)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)
Earl Grant (Oklahoma)
In Motion Decca 75052 (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart
(Bacharach-David ©1965)

Classic Version
Dionne Warwick
(New Jersey)

Scepter 12153A (1966)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“My Little Red Book
(Bacharach-David ©1965)

Classic Versions
Love (L.A.)
Love Elektra 45603 (1966)

The Standells (L.A.)
Why Pick on Me New Tower 5044 (1966)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“They Don’t Give Medals (To Yesterday’s Heroes)” (Bacharach-David ©1966)

Classic Version
Lou Rawls (Chicago)
That’s Lou Capital 2756 (1967)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Alfie
(Bacharach-David ©1966)

Classic Version
Dick Hyman (NYC)
The Age of Electronicus
 Command 946 (1969)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“The Look of Love
(Bacharach-David ©1967)

Classic Versions
Dusty Springfield (London)
Casino Royale sdtk Colgems (1967)
Nina Simone (North Carolina)
Silk & Soul RCA (1967)
Ramsey Lewis (Chicago)
Up Pops Cadet 799 (1967)
Gabor Szabo (Budapest, Hungary)
Bacchannal Skye 3 (1968)

The Delphonics (Philly)
La La Means I Love You Philly Groove (1968)

Ahmad Jamal (Pittsburgh)
Tranquility  ABC 91526 (1968)
Earl Grant (Oklahoma) 
In Motion
 Decca 75052 (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“I Say a Little Prayer”
(Bacharach-David ©1967)

Classic Version
Ahmad Jamal (Pittsburgh)
Tranquility  ABC 91526 (1968)
Cal Tjader (St. Louis / California)
Sounds Out Burt Bacharach Skye 6 (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“One Less Bell to Answer
(Bacharach-David ©1967)

Classic Version
Gladys Knight & the Pips (Atlanta)
If I Were Your Woman Motown (Soul 731) 1971

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100_1009

“This Guy’s in Love with You
(Bacharach-David ©1968)

Classic Versions
 Dusty Springfield (London)
Dusty…Definitely
 Phillips 7864 (1968)

Jimmy Smith (PA)
The Boss  Verve (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100_1008

“Do You Know the Way to San Jose
(Bacharach-David ©1968)

Classic Versions
Dionne Warwick (New Jersey)
Scepter 12216A (1968)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100_1012

“I’ll Never Fall in Love Again
(Bacharach-David ©1968)

Classic Version
Bobbie Gentry (Mississippi)
Fancy
 Capitol (1969)

Girl Group 1969


girl group
Classic sides

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1969

 

 

 


“Sweetheart Things” (Eddie Hinton)
Ruby Winters (Kentucky/Cincinnati)     Diamond (269B)     1969

“You Turn Me On” (Teddy Van)
The Sandpebbles (New York)     Calla (160A)     1969

“How Can You Tell Me” (Bickerton/Waddington)
“Nothing But A Heartache” (Bickerton/Waddington)
The Flirtations (South Carolina)     Deram (85038)     1969

Girl Group 1968

girl group
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1968

 

 


“I Want To Thank You” (W. E. Preston)
“It’s Almost Here” (Buddy Scott/Jimmy Radcliffe)
The Raelets     Tangerine (986)     1968

“My Sweet Sweet Baby” (M. Ervin)
“Stand By!” (K. Ruffin)
The Glories (Florida/New York)     Date (1593)     1968

“A Mighty Good Lover” (L. Webber/L. Caston)
“Love” (Caston/Webber)
The Vashonettes     Checker (1195)     1968

 

Girl Group 1966

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1966

 

 

 

 


“Bobby Is My Baby” (J. Bishop)
Barbara Mason (Philadelphia)     Arctic (120B)     1966

“Sweet Talkin’ Guy” (Greenburg/Morris)
The Chiffons (New York)     Laurie (3340A)     1966.

“Only When You’re Lonely” (Williams/Irwin/Schuster)
The Royalettes (Baltimore)     MGM (13451B)     1966

Girl Group 1965

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1965

 

 

“Say It Again” (Simpson/Ashford/Armstead)
“That’s No Way To Treat a Girl” (Elgin/Millrose/Bruno/Sping)
Marie Knight (New York)     Musicor (1106)     1965


“I Can Never Go Home Anymore” (George Morton)
The Shangri-Las (Queens)     Redbird     1965

“Take a Look Around You” (B. Jerome, M. Aiese)
Reparata and the Delrons     RCA Victor (47-8721)     1965

“Downtown” (Tony Hatch)
“(There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me” 
(Bacharach/David)
“Girl Don’t Come” (Chris Andrews)
“Baby I Need Your Lovin’” (Holland/Dozier)
“Gotta See My Baby Every Day” (Chris Andrews)
Sandie Shaw (England)     Sandie Shaw  Reprise (6166)     1965

“What’d I Say” (Ray Charles)
Three Blonde Mice     Atco (6353B)     1965

“Darling Baby” (Holland/Dozier/Holland)
“Put Yourself In My Place”  (Holland/Dozier/Holland)
The Elgins (Detroit)     V.I.P. (25029)     1965

“Yes, I’m Ready” (B. Mason)
Barbara Mason (Philadelphia)     Arctic (105A)     1965

“A Lover’s Concerto” (Linzer/Randell)
The Toys (New York)     DynoVoice (209A)     1965

Girl Group 1964


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1964





 

 

“It’s Easier To Cry” (Steinberg/Jackson/DeAngelis) / “Remember (Walkin’ In The Sand)” (George Morton) The Shangri-Las (Queens)     RedBird (008)     1964


“Ain’t That Nice” (E.K. Johnson)
“Chapel Of Love” (Barry/Greenwich/Spector)
The Dixie Cups (New Orleans)     RedBird (001)     1964

“Goodnight Baby” (Greenwich/Barry/Venet)
The Butterflies     RedBird (009)     1964

“It Hurts To Be In Love” (Toomes/Dixon)
“Until You Were Gone” (Byers)
Betty Everett (Mississippi)     Vee-Jay (610)     1964

“Maybe” (George Goldner)
“Shout!” (Isley Bros.)
The Shangri-Las (New York)     RedBird (019)     1964

“Get Rid Of Him” (Howard Greenfield/Helen Miller)
Dionne Warwick     Sceptor     1964

“Give Him a Big Kiss” (George Morton)
The Shangri-Las (New York)     Red Bird     1964

“I Wanna Love You So Bad” (Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich)
The Jelly Beans (New Jersey)     Red Bird (003)     1964

“Southtown USA” (Sherrill)
“Why Don’t You Set Me Free?” (Everett)
The Dixiebelles (Tennessee)     London (HLU 9842)     1964

“What Shall I Do?” (Gladys Knight & The Pips)
Gladys Knight & the Pips (Atlanta)     Enjoy (2012A)     1964

“You Don’t Have To Be a Baby To Cry” (Merrill/Shand)
The Caravelles (England)     Smash (1852)     1964

“(You Can) Count On That” (Crewe, Calello)
Shirley Matthews and the Big Town Girls    Atlantic (45-2110)    1964

“Dooms Day” (Dixon/Covay)
The Shirelles (New Jersey)     Scepter (1278B)     1964

“People Say” (Barry/Greenwich)
The Dixie Cups (New Orleans)     RedBird (006A)     1964

“So Long” (George Davis)
The Jelly Beans (New Jersey)     RedBird (003B)     1964