Classic US Hit Records

Monday, 3 May 2010, 17:52 | Category : US
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The greatest American records that graced the Billboard charts played by an eclectic bunch of British artists from the Strange Brew era.

Chad and Jeremy

Chad and Jeremy throw their hat into the election!

British legends and obscure acts from the 60s and 70s pay tribute to the finest songs from their American cousins:

  1. Chad and Jeremy – Homeward Bound (Distant Shores, Columbia, 1966)
  2. Peter Cook – Georgia (Single A-side, Pye, 1965)
  3. Thane Russell (and Three) – Security (Single A-side, CBS, 1966)
  4. The Easybeats – River Deep, Mountain High (Good Friday, United Artists, 1967)
  5. The First Impression – Happy Together (Beat Club, Saga, 1967)
  6. The Zombies – Goin’ Out of My Head (Single A-side, Decca, 1967)
  7. The Ivy League – Don’t Worry Baby (Sounds of The Ivy League, Marble Arch, 1967)
  8. New York Public Library – Love Me Two Times (Single A-side, MCA, 1968)
  9. The Marmalade – Hey Joe (Single B-side to Lovin’ Things, CBS, 1968)
  10. Ambrose Slade – Born to be Wild (Beginnings, Fontana, 1969)
  11. The Glass Menagerie – Somebody to Love (Single A-side, Metronome, 1969)
  12. The Status Quo – The Price of Love (Single A-side, Pye, 1969)
  13. The Hollies – The Times They Are a Changin’ (Hollies Sing Dylan, Parlophone, 1969)
  14. Elton John – Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours (Chartbusters Go Pop! 20 Legendary Covers from 1969/70, Madacy, 1996)
  15. Robert Wyatt – I’m a Believer (Single A-side, Virgin, 1974)
  16. Fickle Pickle – American Pie (Single A-side, B&C, 1972)

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