Let the Good Times Roll and Feel So Good – Bunny Sigler

Chart Position: 22

  • Written by Leon Huff
  • Produced by John Madara and Leon Huff
  • Recorded in Philadelphia PA
  • This is Bunny Sigler’s biggest hit single

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My Mammy – Happenings

Chart Position: 13

  • Originally recorded by Al Jolson (1921)
  • Written by Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis and Walter Donaldson
  • Vocals: Bob Miranda, Ralph DiVito, Tom Giuliano and David Libert
  • Recorded in New York City NY
  • Also recorded by Liza Minnelli (1968) and Everly Brothers (1961)

A Thousand Shadows – Seeds

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Sky Saxon, Daryl Hooper and Jan Savage
  • Lead vocals: Sky Saxon
  • Guitar: Jan Savage, Jeremy Levine
  • Keyboards: Daryl Hooper
  • Produced by Marcus Tybalt
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA

In the Chapel in the Moonlight – Dean Martin

Chart Position: 25

  • Originally recorded by Shep Fields (1936)
  • Written by Billy Hill
  • Produced by Jimmy Bowen
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA
  • Also recorded by Kitty Kallen (1954), Four Knights (1954), Johnny Burnette (1961), Bachelors (1965), Bing Crosby (1965), Patti Page (1967), Jerry Vale (1969) and Celtic Frost (1987)

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You Were On My Mind – Crispian St. Peters

Chart Position: 36

  • Originally released in the U.K. in 1965
  • Written by Sylvia Fricker
  • Originally recorded by Ian & Sylvia (1964)
  • Also recorded by We Five (1965), Chad Mitchell Trio (1965), Barry McGuire (1965), Bobby Penn (1971), Serena Ryder (2006), Shawn Colvin & Steve Earl (2016)

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Love Me Tender – Percy Sledge

Chart Position: 40

  • Adapted from the film Love Me Tender
  • Originally recorded by Elvis Presley (1956)
  • Written by George R. Poulton as ‘Aura Lee’ with new lyrics by Elvis Presley and Ken Darby
  • Also recorded by Browns (1959), Ray Conniff and His Orchestra & Chorus (1960), Gene McDaniels (1960), Richard Chamberlain (1962), Johnnie Mann Singers (1961), Connie Francis (1961), Lincolns (1962), Lettermen (1962), Paul Petersen (1962), Pat Boone (1963), Brian Hyland (1962), Living Voices (1963), Al Martino (1967), Boston Show Band (1968), Albert King (1969), Platters (1964), Chuck Jackson (1966), Tammy Jones (1967), Johnny Nash (1969), Bill Medley (1969), Slim Smith (1969), Bert Kaempfert (1973), Marty Robbins (1970), Ross McManus (1970), B.J. Thomas (1970), Vince Eager (1972), Top of the Pops (1972), Mick Ronson (1974), Foster Sylvers w/Pat & Angie Sylvers (1974), Rupert (1975), Les Jordanaires (1975), Merle Haggard (1977), Rock Odyssey (1977), Lee Jackson (1977), James Brown (1978), Linda Ronstadt (1978), Jimmy Ellis (1978), Rory Blackwell (1978), B.B. King (1982), Die Kavalier (1981), Frank Sinatra (1980), Julie Andrews & Johnny Cash (1982), Eddie Mitchell (1984), Roger Whittaker (1986), Jet Harris (1987), Residents (1989), Jordanaires (1989), Holly Johnson (1990), Amy Grant (1992), Elvis Presley & Frank Sinatra (1993), Tony Bennett (1994), Engelbert Humperdinck (1995), Johnny Hallyday (1997), Boyzone (1997), Bart Herman (1999), Kenny Rogers (1996), Raymen (2000), Cliff Richard (2001), Graceland Choir (2001), Scotty Anderson (2001), P.J. Proby (2002), Gene Summers (2008), Helen Merrill (2003), Matt Lewis (2004), Ann Tayler (2003), Barry Manilow (2010), Kool Kats (2005), Wanda Jackson (2006), Chad Garrett (2008), Tom Green (2009) and many others

I Can’t Go On Livin’ Baby Without You – Nino Temple and April Stevens

Chart Position: NR

  • Vocals: Nino Temple and April Stevens
  • Written and produced by Nino Temple and Jerry Riopell
  • This is Nino Temple and April Stevens’ final hit single

Its OK – Beach Boys

Chart Position: 29

  • Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love
  • Lead vocals: Mike Love and Dennis Wilson
  • Backing vocals: Carl, Marilyn and Brian Wilson, Al Jardine
  • Keyboards: Dennis Dreith, Jules Jacobs
  • Guitar: Carl Wilson
  • Saxophone: Roy Wood
  • Produced by Brian Wilson
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA

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Jump – Aretha Franklin

Chart Position: NR

  • From the film Sparkle
  • Written and produced by Curtis Mayfield
  • Recorded in Chicago IL

Sunrise – Eric Carmen

Chart Position: 34

  • Written by Eric Carmen
  • Keyboards: Eric Carmen, Richard Resing
  • Guitar: Eric Carmen, Dan Hrdlicka
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA
  • Produced by Jimmy Ienner