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1963-1966 -five Pye LP’s

Sweets For My Sweet (Pomus, Shuman): the Drifters [‘61, Atlantic 2117]
Love Potion No. 9 (Leiber, Stoller): the Clovers [‘59, United Artists 180]
Farmer John (Terry, Harris): Don & Dewey [‘59, Specialty 659]
Stand By Me (King, Leiber, Stoller): Ben E. King [‘61, Atco 6194]
Money (That’s What I Want) (Bradford, Gordy): Barrett Strong [‘60, Anna 1111] *
Da Doo Ron Ron (Barry, Greenwich, Spector): the Crystals [‘63, Philles 112]
Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya (Smith): the Ribbons [‘63, Marsh 202]
Since You Broke My Heart (Everly): the Everly Brothers [‘59, Cadence 1376] B-side of ‘Let It Be Me’
Tricky Dicky (Leiber, Stoller): Richie Barrett [‘62, Atlantic 2142]
Where Have All the Flowers Gone (Seeger): the Kingston Trio [Capitol 4671], a Pete Seeger song *
Twist and Shout (Medley, Russell): Top Notes[‘61, Atlantic 45-2115]
Don’t Cha Know (Box, Hall): the Crickets, featuring David Box as lead singer [‘60, Coral 62238] Box had also recorded it as a demo by David Box & the Ravens.
Some Other Guy (Leiber, Stoller): Richie Barrett [‘62, Atlantic 2142]
One of These Days (Hawkins, Magill): Ronnie Hawkins & the Hawks [‘59, Roulette 4154] B-side of ‘Mary Lou’
Listen to Me (Hardin, Petty): Buddy Holly [‘58, Coral 61947]
Unhappy Girls (Burch, Wilkin): Carl Perkins [‘61, Columbia 42061]
Ain’t That Just Like Me (Carrol, Guy): the Coasters [‘61, Atco 6210]
Oh My Lover (Mack): the Chiffons [‘63, Laurie 3152] B-side of ‘He’s So Fine’
Saints and Searchers (trad.): ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’ *
All My Trials (Yarbrough): Glenn Yarbrough [‘58, Here We Go, Baby Elektra EKL-135], a traditional song recorded by many *
Hungry For Love (Mills): Johnny Kidd & the Pirates [‘63, HMV 1228]
It’s In Her Kiss (Clark): ‘The Shoop Shoop Song’ by Betty Everett [Vee Jay 585] *
Glad All Over (Schroeder, Bennett, Tepper): Carl Perkins [‘58, Sun 287]
Sea of Heartbreak ( David, Hampton): Don Gibson [‘61, RCA 7890]
Livin’ Lovin’ Wreck (Blackwell): Jerry Lee Lewis [‘61, Sun 356] B-side of ‘What’d I Say’
Where Have You Been? (Gunter or Mann, Weil): Arthur Alexander [‘62, Dot 16357]
Shimmy Shimmy (Massey, Shubert): the Orlons [‘64, Cameo 295]
Needles and Pins (Bono, Nitzsche): Jackie DeShannon [‘63, Liberty 55563]
This Empty Space (Bacharach): ‘This Empty Place’ by Dionne Warwick [‘63, Scepter 1247]
Gonna Send You Back to Georgia (Hammonds, Matthews): Timmy Shaw [‘64, Wand 146]
I Count the Tears (Pomus, Shuman): the Drifters [‘61, Atlantic 2087]
Hi-Heel Sneakers (Higginbotham): Tommy Tucker [‘64. Checker 1067]
Sho’ Know a Lot About Love (Mize, Paxton): the Hollywood Argyles [‘60, Lute 5905] B-side of ‘Alley-Oop’
Don’t Throw Your Love Away (Jackson, Wisner): the Orlons [‘63, Cameo 287] B-side of ‘Bon-Doo-Wah’
Someday We’re Gonna Love Again (McMahon): Barbara Lewis [‘64, 2227]
When You Walk In the Room (DeShannnon): Jackie DeShannon [‘64, Liberty 55645]
What Have They Done to the Rain (Reynolds): from Joan Baez In Concert [‘62, Vanguard 2122] *
Everybody Come and Clap Your Hands (Barry, Greenwich): Moody & the Deltas [‘63, Daisy 504] - from the Leiber & Stoller Red Bird group of labels
Magic Potion (Bacharach, David): Lou Johnson [‘63, Big Top 3153 and ‘64, Big Hill 552] B-side of ‘Reach Out for Me’ and ‘Always Something There to Remind Me’
I Don’t Want to Go On Without You (Berns, Wexler): the Drifters [‘64, Atlantic 2237] B-side of ‘Under the Boardwalk’
Bumble Bee (Baker, Fullylove): LaVern Baker [’60, Atlantic 2077]
Something You Got Baby (Kenner): Chris Kenner [‘61, Instant 3237]
Let the Good Times Roll (Goodman, Lee): Shirley & Lee [‘56, Aladdin 3325] *
A Tear Fell (Burton, Randolph): Ivory Joe Hunter [‘56, Atlantic 1086] *
Till You Say You’ll Be Mine (DeShannon): Jackie DeShannon [‘63, Liberty 55645]
Goodnight Baby (Barry, Greenwich, Venet): the Butterflies [‘64, Red Bird 10009]
I’m Ready (Bradford, Domino, Lewis): Fats Domino [‘59, Imperial 5585]
I’ll Be Doggone (Moore, Robinson, Turpin): Marvin Gaye [‘65, Tamla 54112]
Does She Really Care For Me (Ainsfield, Weiss): Ruby & the Romantics [‘65, Kapp 646]
You Can’t Lie to a Liar (Churchill, Hampton): appears on Bobby Vee Sings the New Sound from England! [‘64, Liberty LRP-3352]
Be My Baby (Barry, Greenwich, Spector): the Ronettes [‘63, Philles 116]
Four Strong Winds (Tyson): the Journeymen [‘63, New Directions in Folk Music Capitol ST 1951], and by its writers Ian & Sylvia [‘63, Vanguard 35021]
When I Get Home (Alquist, Darin): Bobby Darin [‘65, Capitol 5443]
Take It Or Leave It (Jagger, Richards): the Rolling Stones [‘66, U.K. Aftermath Decca SKL 4786, ‘67 U.S. Flowers London PS 509]
Western Union (Durrill, Ezell, Rabon, Robon): the Five Americans [‘67, Abnak 118]
Goodbye My Love (Mosley, Simington, Swearingen): Jimmy Hughes ['64, 'Goodbye My Lover, Goodbye, Fame 6407]
Unknown source, maybe Searchers originals:
Alright (Ross, Vanadore): (Vanadore wrote for country artists)
Cherry Stones (Jerome)
Can’t Help Forgiving You (DeShannon, Sheeley): also done by Mark Wynter [‘64, Pye 7N 15686]
Each Time (DeShannon)
Take Me For What I’m Worth (Sloan)
Have You Ever Loved Somebody (Ransford): the writer for the Hollies; this song appeared on the Everly Brothers’ Two Yanks in England [‘66, Warner 1646], and on the Hollies’ Evolution [‘67, Imperial 26315]
Popcorn, Double Feature (English, Weiss) Tim Wilde
It’s All Been a Dream (Crummy)
Saturday Night Out (Anthony, Richards)
The System (Pratt, Richards)

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