Whats New Pussycat? – Tom Jones

Chart Position: 3

  • From the film Whats New Pussycat?
  • Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
  • Produced by Peter Sullivan
  • Recorded in London U.K.
  • Later recorded by Wild Ones (1965), Four Seasons (1965), Living Strings (1965), Quincy Jones & His Orchestra (1965), Franck Pourcel (1965), Bobby Brooks (1965), Caravelli (1965), Alvin and the Chipmunks (1965), Bob Marley & Wailers (1965), Steve Lawrence (1965), Bobby Darin (1966), Andre Kostelanetz (1966), Gals & Pals (1966), Floyd Cramer (1966), Peter Nero (1966), Those Fabulous Strings (1966), David Lloyd & His London Orchestra (1966), Anita Kerr Singers (1969), Godfrey Hirsh (1967), Living Brass (1969), Walter Carlos (1975), Flying Lizards (1984), Franco Ambrosetti (1988), Shelley Hirsch (1997), Frank Bennett (1998), Casino Royale (1999), Mike Myers (1998), Brian Conley (2001), Wei Wei Wuu (2004), Vocal Six (2006), Trudy Kerr (2006), Tribute Co. (2010), Kyle Riabko (2016) and many others

Candy – Astors

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Steve Cropper and Isaac Hayes
  • Guitar: Steve Cropper
  • Produced by Isaac Hayes
  • Recorded in Memphis TN
  • Astors were formerly called The Chips
  • This is Astors only hit single

Set Me Free – Kinks

Chart Position: NR

  • Written and produced by Ray Davies
  • Lead vocals: Ray Davies
  • Backing vocals: Rick Davies
  • Guitar: Ray and Rick Davies
  • Recorded in London U.K.

I Like It Like That – Dave Clark Five

Chart Position: 7

  • Originally recorded by Chris Kenner (1961)
  • Written by Chris Kenner and Allen Toussaint
  • Lead vocals: Mike Smith
  • Keyboards: Mike Smith
  • Guitar: Denis Payton, Lenny Davidson
  • Produced by Dave Clark
  • Recorded in London U.K.
  • Dave Clark Five was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008
  • Also recorded by Nashville Teens (1964), Kingsmen (1965), Brinsley Schwarz (1972) and Loggins & Messina (1975)

Theme from Harlow (Lonely Girl ) – Bobby Vinton

Chart Position: NR

  • Adapted from the film Harlow
  • Originally recorded by Neal Hefti Chorus & Orchestra
  • Written by Neal Hefti, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
  • Later recorded by Living Strings (1965), Dorothy Ashby (1966), Tony Bennett & Bill Evans (1977), Earl Klugh Trio (1991), Lou Lanza (1998) and Jack Wood w/Bill Miller (2006)

One Step at a Time – Maxine Brown

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson and Joshie Armstead
  • Backing vocals: Sweet Inspirations
  • Recorded in New York City NY
  • Produced by Stan Green

Sitting in the Park – Billy Stewart

Chart Position: 24

  • Written by Billy Stewart
  • Recorded in Chicago IL
  • Later recorded by Georgie Fame (1966), Maximum Breed (1969), Mike Patto (1974), Keith Hampshire (1973), Slim Smith (1973), Winston Francis (1976), Bobby McClure (1980), Flo & Eddie (1981), Bobby Thurston (1980), GQ (1980), Zombies (1997) and many others

Cars – Gary Numan

Chart Position: 9

  • Written and produced by Gary Numan
  • Keyboards: Gary Numan, Chris Payne
  • Recorded in London U.K.
  • This is Gary Neuman’s only U.S. hit single
  • Gary Numan is from London U.K.
  • Later recorded by Kool G Rap (1989), Judybats (1991), Fear Factory (1999) and Shampoo (1995)

Set Me Free – Utopia

Chart Position: 27

  • Written by Kasim Sulton
  • Lead vocals: Kasim Sulton
  • Guitar: Todd Rundgren
  • Keyboards: Roger Powell
  • Backing vocals: Todd Rundgren, Willie Wilcox, Roger Powell
  • Produced by Todd Rundgren and Utopia
  • Recorded in Woodstock NY
  • Utopia is from New York City NY
  • This is Utopia’s biggest hit single

After You – Dionne Warwick

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Doug Frank and Doug James
  • Guitar: Mitch Holder
  • Keyboards: Barry Manilow, Bill Mays
  • Backing vocals: Ron Dante, Barry Manilow
  • Produced by Barry Manilow
  • Recorded in New York City NY
  • Also recorded by Manhattans (1979), Chuck Jackson (1980)