This covers the years from 1963 to 1966, for H.M.V. (Ascot and United Artists in the U.S.), with vocalist Paul Jones.
Do Wah Diddy Diddy (Barry, Greenwich): ‘Do-Wah-Diddy’ by the Exciters [‘64, United Artists 662]
Smokestack Lightning (Howlin’ Wolf): Howlin’ Wolf [‘56, Chess 1618]
It’s Gonna Work Out Fine (McCoy, McKinney or Seneca, Lee): Ike & Tina Turner [‘61, Sue 749]
Sack o’ Woe (Cannonball Adderley): Nat Adderley [‘60, Work Song Riverside RLP 12318]
I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Dixon): Muddy Waters [‘54, Chess 1560]
Down the Road Apiece (Raye): Chuck Berry [‘60, Rockin’ at the Hops Chess LP-1448], originally Will Bradley, with Ray McKinley [‘40, Columbia 35707]
Got My Mojo Workin’ (Foster, Waters): Muddy Waters [‘57, Chess 1652] and Ann Cole [‘57, Baton 237]
Untie Me (South): the Tams [‘62, Arlen 11]
Bring It To Jerome (Green): Bo Diddley [‘55, Checker 827]
Sha La La (Taylor, Moseley): the Shirelles [‘64, Scepter 1267]
John Hardy (trad., Lomax, Lomax, Hugg, Jones, Mann, McGuinness): a traditional song, best known by Leadbelly [‘43, Asch 561-3]
Come Tomorrow (Augustus, Elgin): Marie Knight [‘62, Okeh 7141]
Watermelon Man (Hancock): Mongo Santamaria [‘63, Battle 45909], originally Herbie Hancock [‘62, Blue Note 1862]. Presumably the group supplied the lyrics.
Groovin’ (King, Bethea): Ben E. King [‘64, Atco 6284]
Oh No Not My Baby (Goffin, King): Maxine Brown [‘64, Wand 162]
Poison Ivy (Leiber, Stoller): the Coasters [‘59, Atco 6146]
I Can’t Believe What You Say (Turner): Ike & Tina Turner [‘64, Kent 402]
My Little Red Book (David, Bacharach): by the group for the movie What’s New Pussycat.
What Am I To Do (Spector, Pomus): the Paris Sisters [‘62, Gregmark 12]
You Gave Me Somebody to Love (Andreoli, Poncia, Ross): the Dreamlovers [‘65, Warner Brothers 5619] - a Phil Spector imitation
A Love Like Yours (Holland, Dozier, Holland): Martha & the Vandellas [‘63, Gordy 7022]
With God On Our Side (Dylan): Bob Dylan [‘64, The Times They Are a-Changin’ Columbia CS 8905]
If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Dylan): Bob Dylan - unreleased at the time. A live version appears on Bootleg Series Vol. 6 Live 1964 Concert at Philharmonic Hall; the group saw a live performance on BBC.
Since I Don’t Have You (Beaumont, Martin, Rock, Vogel)
Look Away (Russell, Meade): Garnet Mimms & the Enchanters [‘64, United Artists 773]
Watch Your Step (Parker): Bobby Parker [‘61, V-Tone 223]
The Way You Do the Things You Do (Robinson, Rogers): the Tempations [‘64, Gordy 7028]
Stormy Monday Blues (Walker): Bobby Bland [‘62, Duke 355], originally T-Bone Walker [‘48, Black & White 122]
Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo (Deutsch, Kaper): theme of the 1953 movie Lili, by Leslie Caron & Mel Ferrer [‘53, MGM 30759]
You Don’t Know Me (Arnold, Walker): Ray Charles [‘62, ABC-Paramount 10375], originally Eddy Arnold [‘56, RCA Victor 6502]
I’ll Make It Up To You (Ragovoy, Raleigh): Garnet Mimms & the Enchanters [‘64, United Artists 796]
Pretty Flamingo (Barkan): Tommy Vann & the Echoes [‘66, Academy 120]
When Will I Be Loved (Everly): the Everly Brothers [‘60, Cadence 1380]
Let’s Go Get Stoned (Simpson, Ashford, Armstead): the Coasters [‘65, Atco 6356]
I Put a Spell On You (Hawkins): Nina Simone [‘65, Philips 40296], originally Screamin’ Jay Hawkins [‘56, Okeh 7072] *
Tennessee Waltz (Stewart, King): Sam Cooke [‘64, RCA 8368], a big hit for Patti Page [‘50, Mercury 5534], originally by Pee Wee King [‘48, RCA Victor 2680]
Driva Man (Brown, Roach): from We Insist! Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite [‘60, Candid 9002]
Tengo, Tengo (Adderley): Cannonball Adderley [‘63, The Japanese Concerts Milestone M47029]
I Got You Babe (Bono): Sonny & Cher [‘65, Atco 6359]
Satisfaction (Jagger, Richards): the Rolling Stones [‘65, London 9766]
Still I’m Sad (McCarty, Samwell-Smith): the Yardbirds [‘65, Epic 9857]
Spirit Feel (Jackson): Milt Jackson [‘57, Plenty, Plenty Soul Atlantic LP 1269]
My Generation (Townshend): the Who [‘66, Decca 31877]
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (trad.): Christmas carol published in 1833, lyrics dating back to 15th century
There’s No Living Without Your Loving (Kaufman, Harris): Gene Pitney [‘65, Musicor 1103]
That’s All I Ever Want From You Baby (Barry, Greenwich): Mike Berry [‘65, HMV POP1449]
Note: Without You is usually attributed to the Cuban Osvaldo Farres, with English lyrics by Ray Gilbert. However, this is a different song - Manfred Mann’s is apparently actually written by Paul Jones.