ALL MY LOVING - the Beatles original version and Rocksteady cover version by Prince Buster

Beatles & related
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
Beatles "This Boy" (Parlophone 1963) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Roland Alphonso "Ringo´s Theme" (Dodd 1966)
Beatles "She Loves You" (Parlophone 1963) John Lennon, Paul McCartney maybe influenced by the Beatles tune:
Prince Buster "She Loves Me" (Buster 1964)
Beatles "And I Love Her" (Parlophone 1964) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Prince Buster "And I Love Her" aka "Tenderly" (Buster 1965)
Wailers "And I Love Her" (Dodd 1965)
Roland Alphonso (as Senor Alphonso & the Studio One Orchestra) "And I Love Her" (Dodd 1965)
Mighty Vikings "And I Love Her" (WIRL)
Beatles "All My Loving" (Parlophone LP 'With The Beatles' 1963) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Prince Buster "All My Loving" (Buster 1968)
Beatles "Norwegian Wood" (Parlophone 1965) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Marshall Williams "Norwegian Wood" (Dodd 1968)
Jackie Mittoo "Norwegian Wood" (Dodd 1968)
Beatles "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (Parlophone 1963) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Glen Adams "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (Bunny Lee 196?)
Beatles "I Should Have Known Better" (Parlophone LP 'A Hard Day´s Night' 1964) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Skatalites "Independence Anniversary Ska" (Dodd 1965)
Beatles "I´ll Be Back" (Parlophone LP 'A Hard Day´s Night' 1964) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Errol Dunkley "You´ll Never Know" (Pottinger 196?)
Beatles "You Won´t See Me" (Parlophone LP 'Rubber Soul' 1965) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Clarendonians "You Won´t See Me" (Dodd 1966)
Ernest Ranglin "You Won´t See Me" (?)
Beatles "Rain" (Parlophone 1966) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Tomorrow´s Children "Rain Rock Steady" (Merritone 1967)
Beatles "Lady Madonna" (Parlophone 1968) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Chrystalites "Lady Madonna" (Harriott 1970)
Beatles "Hey Jude" (Apple 1968) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Prince Buster "Hey Jude" (Buster 1969)
Joe´s All Stars "Hey Jude" (Joe Mansano 1969)
Beatles "Come Together" (Apple 1969) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Cedric Im Brooks and David Madden "Soul Bowl" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1970)
Israelites "Let´s Come Together" (Dandy Livingstone 1969)
Beatles "Something" (Apple 1969) George Harrison Phyllis Dillon "Something" (Reid 196?)
Beatles "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" (Apple LP 'The Beatles' 1968)
Marmalade "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" (CBS 1968)
John Lennon, Paul McCartney Prince Buster "Ob La Di Ob La Da" (Buster 1969)
Heptones "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" (Dodd 1969)
Joyce Bond "Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da" (L. Carter 1969)
Beatles "Don´t Let Me Down" (Apple 1969) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Harry J All Stars "Don´t Let Me Down" (Harry Johnson 1969)
Marcia Griffiths "Don´t Let Me Down" (Harry Johnson 1969)
Plastic Ono Band "Give Peace A Chance" (Apple 1969) John Lennon Maytals "Give Peace A Chance" (Leslie Kong 1970)
Family Circle "Give Peace A Chance" (Carl J.J. Johnson 1970)
Prince Buster "Give Peace A Chance" (Buster 1970)
Freedom Singers "Give Peace A Chance" (Dodd 1970)
Sound Dimension "Poison Ivy" (Dodd 1970)
Brentford All Stars "Credit Squeeze" (Dodd)
Byron Lee "Poison Pressure" (Byron Lee 1970)
Rudies "Give Peace A Chance" (Derrick Morgan 1970)
George Harrison "My Sweet Lord" (Apple 1970) George Harrison Byron Lee "My Sweet Lord" (Byron Lee 1970)
Freedom SIngers "My Sweet Lord" (Dodd)
Beatles "Let It Be" (Apple 1970) John Lennon, Paul McCartney Soulettes "Let It Be" (Perry 1970)
Nicky Thomas "Let It Be" (Gibbs 1970)
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
Les Brown & his Orchestra with Doris Day "Sentimental Journey" (Columbia 1945) Les Brown, Ben Homer Ansell Collins "Night Flight" (Leslie Kong, released 1981)
Allen Sherman "Hello Mudduh! Hello Fadduh!" (Warner Bros. 1963) Ponchielli Skatalites "Hello Mother" (Randy´s 196?)
Matt Monro "Portrait Of My Love" (Parlophone 1960) Ornadel, West Baba Brooks "Portrait Of My Love" (Randy´s 196?)
Mel Tormé "Comin' Home Baby" (Atlantic 1962) McDonough, Tucker Skatalites "Christine Keeler" (Dodd 1965)
Dionne Warwick "A House Is Not A Home" (Scepter 1964) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Soul Vendors "A House Is Not A Home" (Dood, LP 'Ride Me Donkey', Coxsone 1968)
Tom Jones "What´s New Pussycat" (Decca 1965) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Wailers "What´s New Pussycat" (Dodd 1965)
Tom Jones "It´s Not Unusual" (Decca 1965) Mills, Reed Rico Rodriguez (Rodriguez 1968)
Stephen Stills "Love The One You´re With" 1970
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young "Love The One You´re With" (Atlantic LP '4 Way Street' 1971)
Supremes & Four Tops "Love The One You´re With" (Motown 1971)
Stephen Stills Phyllis Dillon "One Love To Give" (Reid)
Carpenters "Close To You (They Long To Be)" (A&M 1970) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Phyllis Dillon "Close To You" (Reid 197?)
Adam Wade "Rain From the Skies" (Epic 1963)
Johnnie Walker "Rain From the Skies" (Tollie 1964)
Burt Bacharach, Hal David Deroy Wilson "Rain From the Skies" (Dodd)
Burl Ives "Riders In The Sky" (Columbia 1949)
Ramrods "Ghost Riders In The Sky" (Ami 1961)
Stan Jones Carlos Malcolm "Ghost Riders In The Sky" (Malcolm 196?)
Jack Jones "Wives And Lovers" (Kapp 1963) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Jackie Mittoo "Wives And Lovers" (Dodd 1966)
Claude King "Wolverton Mountain" (Columbia 1962) Merle Kilgore, Claude King Roland Alphonso "Twin Double" (Dodd 1965)
Chantays "Pipeline" (Downey 1963) Spickard, Carman Ronald Wilson and Roland Alphonso "Pipeline" (Edwards 1965)
Roland Alphonso & the Soul Brothers "Miss Ska-Culation" (Dodd 1966)
Dinah Washington "What A Difference A Day Made" (Mercury 1959) Maria Grever, Stanley Adams same melody:
Doreen Shaeffer "Adorable You" (Dodd 1965)
Doris Day "Everybody Loves A Lover" (Columbia 1958) Robert Allen, Richard Adler Norma Fraser "Everybody Loves A Lover" (Dodd 1965)
Doris Day "Again" (Columbia 1949)
and many other versions
Lionel Newman, Dorcas Cochran John Holt "Again" (Harry Mudie 1971)
Changin´ Times "Pied Piper" (Phillips 1965)
Crispian St. Peters "The Pied Piper" (Jamie/Decca 1966)
Duboff, Kornfield Rita Marley "Pied Piper" (Dodd 1966)
Brotherhood Of Man "United We Stand" (Deram 1970) Hiller, Simons Cynthia Richards "United We Stand" (Gibbs 1970)
Dee Clark "Just Keep It Up (And See What Happens)" (Abner 1959) O. Blackwell Lee Perry "Just Keep It Up" (Dodd 1966)
Gene & Eunice "The Vow" (Aladdin 1958) Forest, Levy Bunny Wailer & Rita Marley "The Vow" (Dodd 1965)
Eydie Gorme "Melody D´Amour" (Columbia 1963) L. Johns, H. Salvador Baba Brooks "Melody Jamboree" (Reid 1964)
Jimmy Clanton "Just A Dream" (Ace 1958) Jimmy Clanton, Cosimo Matassa Slim Smith "Just A Dream " (Bunny Lee 1971)
Jimmy Clanton "A Letter To An Angel" (Ace 1958) Jimmy Clanton, Cosimo Matassa Cornell Campbell "Dearest Darling" (Bunny Lee 1972)
Billy Bland "Let The Little Girl Dance" (Old Town 1960) Spencer, Glover Jackie Robinson "Let The Little Girl Dance" (Bunny Lee 1968)
Don Cherry "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" (Verve 1962)
Casinos "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" (Fraternity 1967)
John D. Loudermilk Joe White & the Fugitives "If It Don´t Work Out" (Sonia Pottinger 1967)
Pat Kelly "If It Don´t Work Out" (Bunny Lee 1969)
Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Philles 1962) Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert Slim Smith "Zip-Pa-Di-Do-Da" (Bunny Lee 1969)
Ronettes "Be My Baby" (Philles 1963) Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich Hortense Ellis "Be My Baby" (Clement Dodd, Studio One)
Gene Thomas "Sometime" (Venus 1961) Thomasson John Holt "I Had A Talk With My Woman" (Bunny Lee 1970)
Steam "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" (Fontana 1969) Leka, Frashuer, De Carlo Melody used in:
Freedom Singers "Do The Reggae" (Clement Dodd 1970)
Righteous Brothers "You´ve Lost That Loving Feeling" (Philles 1964) Phil Spector, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil Heptones "You´ve Lost That Loving Feeling" (Clement Dodd)
Righteous Brothers "(You´re My) Soul And Inspiration" (Verve 1966) Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil Hamlins "Soul And Inspiration" (Clement Dodd 1967)
Merrilee Rush & The Turnabouts "Angel Of The Morning" (Bell 1968)
P.P. Arnold "Angel Of The Morning" (Immediate 1968)
Chip Taylor Joya Landis "Angel Of The Morning" (Duke Reid 1968)
Brotherhood Of Man "United We Stand" (Deram 1970) Tony Hiller, Peter Simmons Freedom Singers "United We Stand" (Clement Dodd 1970)
Bob Dylan "Blowing In The Wind" (Columbia 1963) Bob Dylan Laurel Aitken "Blowing In The Wind" (Laurel Aitken 1967)
Burt Walters "Blowing In The Wind" (Lee Perry 1968)
Bob Dylan "Like A Rolling Stone" (Columbia 1965) Bob Dylan Wailers "Rolling Stone" (Clement Dodd 1966)
The Band "I Shall Be Released" (Capitol LP 'Musik From Big Pink' 1968)
Box Tops "I Shall Be Released" (Mama 1969)
Bob Dylan Heptones "I Shall Be Released" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1969)
Box Tops "The Letter" (Mala 1967) Wayne Carson Thompson Peter Tosh & Rita Marley "The Letter" aka. "Give Me A Ticket" (Wailers, Tempa 1970)
Sandie Shaw "Puppet On A String" (Pye 1967)
Martin, Coulter Ken Boothe "Puppet On A String" (Dodd 1967)
Dandy "Puppet On A String (Dandy Livingstone 1967)
Dusty Springfield "Son Of A Preacherman" (Phillips 1968) Hurley, Wilkins Gaylettes "Son Of A Preacherman" (Richard Khouri 1969)
Creedeence Clearwater Revival "Bad Moon Rising" (Fantasy 1969) John Fogerty Sonny And The Stoneagers "Bad Moon Rising"
Rolling Stones "(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction" (Decca 1965) Jagger, Richards Soulettes "Satisfaction" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1966)
Ken Boothe "Satisfaction" (Clement Dodd, 196?)
Bee Gees "(The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts" (Atco 1967) Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb Alton Ellis "Massachusetts" (Clement Dodd 1967)
Bee Gees "Words" (Polydor 1968) Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb Marcia Griffiths & Jeff Dixon "Words" (Clement Dodd 1968)
Bee Gees "To Love Somebody" (Polydor 1967) Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb Busty Brown "To Love Somebody" (Lee Perry 1969)
Bee Gees "I´ve Gotta Get A Message To You" (Polydor 1968) Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb Dave Barker & Lloyd Charmers "Gotta Get A Message To You" (Lloyd Charmers 1971)
Bee Gees "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" (Polydor 1971) Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb Carl Dawkins "Mend A Broken Heart" (JJ Johnson, Sir JJ 1971)
Glen Miller "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" (Clement Dodd, Iron Side 1972)
Procol Harum "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Deram 1967) Gary Brooker, Matthew Fisher Alton Ellis "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Dodd 1967)
Roland Alphonso "Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Leslie Kong / Derrick Morgan 1967)
Lynn Taitt "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Merritone)
Mindbenders "Groovy Kind Of Love" (Fontana 1966) Carole Bayer-Sager, Toni Wine Hortense Ellis "Groovy Kind Of Love" (Dodd 1967)
Boris Gardiner "Groovy Kind Of Love" (Boris Gardiner)
Dorothy Jones "Takin' That Long Walk Home" (Columbia 1961) Gerry Goffin, Carole King Charmers "A Long Walk Home" (Dodd 1963)
Shirelles "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" (Scepter 1960) Gerry Goffin, Carole King Enos & Sheila "Tonight You Are Mine" (Enos McLeod, Blue Cat 1968)
Denzil Dennis "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" (Jack Price 1968 LP "Let The Red Wine Flow")
Shirelles "A Thing Of The Past" (Scepter 1961) Bob Brass, Irwin Levine Phyllis Dillon "Things Of The Past" (Reid 1967)
Grass Roots "Midnight Confessions" (Dunhill 1968)
Patti Drew "Midnight Confessions" (Capitol 1968)
Lou T. Josie Phyllis Dillon "Midnight Confession" (Reid 1971)
Johnny Rivers "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (Liberty LP 'Changes' 1966)
Glen Campbell "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" (Capitol 1967)
Jimmy Webb Neol Brown "Phoenix" (Harriott 1969)
Johnny Mathis "The Twelfth Of Never" (Columbia 1957) Jerry Livingston, Paul Francis Webster Pat Kelly "The Twelfth Of Never" (Bunny Lee 1968)
Pat Kelly "The Twelfth Of Never" (different version) (Bunny Lee 1969)
Johnny Mathis "Love Is Blue" (Columbia LP 'Love Is Blue' 1968)
Dells "Love Is Blue" (Cadet 1969)
André Popp, Brian Blackburn Winston Francis "Love Is Blue" (WIRL 1968)
Peter, Paul And Mary "Leaving On A Jet Plane" (Warner Bros. 1967) John Denver David Isaacs "Leaving On A Jet Plane" (Lee Perry 1968)
Blue Mink "Melting Pot" (Philips 1969) Cook, Greenaway Heaters (Melanie Jonas) "Melting Pot" (Lee Perry 1970)
Steam "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" (Fontana 1969) Leka, Frashuer, De Carlo Upsetters "Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)" (Lee Perry 1970)
Andy Williams "Can´t Get Used To Losing You" (Columbia 1963) Jerome "Doc" Pomus, Mort Shuman Alton Ellis "Can´t Get Used To Losing You" (Clement Dodd 1970)
The Mamas & the Papas "California Dreaming" (Dunhill 1965) John Phillips, Michelle Phillips Winston Francis "California Dreaming" (Clement Dodd 1970)
Lloyd Charmers (as Hugh Roberts) "California Dreaming" (Lloyd Charmers 1970)
Dee Dee Warwick "Foolish Fool" (Mercury 1969) Ed Townsend Cynthia Richards "Foolish Fool" (Clancy Eccles 1969)
Neil Diamond "Holly Holy" (Uni 1969) Neil Diamond Fabulous Flames "Holly Holy" (Clancy Eccles, Clandisc 1970)
John Holt "Holly Holy" (Prince Buster, Prince Buster 1970)
John Holt "Holly Holy" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1971)
Paul Anka "Diana" (ABC-Paramount 1957) Joe Sherman, Paul Anka Alton Ellis "Diana" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1968)
Gerry & the Pacemakers "Don´t Let The Sun Catch You Crying" (Columbia 1964) Marsden, Chadwick, Maguire, Marsden Dave Barker "Don´t Let The Sun Catch You Crying" (Lee Perry, Upsetter 1970)
Jackie DeShannon "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" (Imperial 1969) Jackie DeShannon, Jimmy Holiday, Randy Myers Marcia Griffiths "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" (Harry Johnson, Harry J 1969)
Jackie Deshannon "What The World Needs Now Is Love" (Imperial 1965) Burt Bacharach, Hal David Tommy McCook "The World Needs Love" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle LP 'Come Rock With Me In Jamaica' 1968)
American Pop
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
Shep & the Limelites "Stick By Me (And I´ll Stick By You)" (Hull 1963) Sheppard, Bassett, Baskerville John Holt "Stick By Me" (Bunny Lee, Jackpot 1971)
Shep & the Limelites "You'll Be Sorry" (Hull 1961) Sheppard, Bassett, Baskerville Webber Sisters "You Had Your Chance" (producer unknown, blank 1970)
Elvis Presley "Love Me Tender" (RCA 1956) Elvis Presley Owen & Leon Silvera "Hold Me Tenderly" (Duke Reid)
Slim Smith "Stranger On The Shore" (Bunny Lee 1969)
Elvis Presley "Don´t Be Cruel" (RCA 1956) Otis Blackwell, Elvis Presley Laurel Aitken "Don´t Be Cruel" (Laurel Aitken 1969)
Elvis Presley "Teddy Bear" (RCA 1957) Kal Mann, Bernie Lowe Laurel Aitken "Teddy Bear" (Laurel Aitken 1969)
Changin´ Times "Pied Piper" (Phillips 1965)
Crispian St. Peters "The Pied Piper" (Decca 1966)
Steve Duboff, Artie Kornfeld Bob Andy & Marcia Griffiths "Pied Piper" (Harry Johnson 1970)
Archies "Sugar Sugar" (Calendar 1969) Andy Kim, Jeff Barry Bob Marley & the Wailers "Sugar Sugar" (Vincent Chin 1969)
Ella Johnson "Since I Fell For You" (Decca 1945)
Mickey & Sylvia "Since I Fell For You" (Willow 1962)
Lenny Welch "Since I Fell For You" (Cadence 1963)
and many others
Buddy Johnson Alton Ellis "Since I Fell For You" (Buster 1970)
Brook Benton "Rainy Night In Georgia" (Cotillion 1970) Tony Joe White Prince Buster "Big Five" (Buster 1970)
Buffalo Springfield "For What It´s Worth" (Atco 1967) Stephen Stills Uniques "Watch This Sound" (Winston Lowe, Tramp 1968)
Marie Knight "Come Tomorrow" (OKeh 1961)
Manfred Mann "Come Tomorrow" (HMV 1965)
B. Elgin, F. Augustus, D. Phillips Ken Boothe "Tomorrow" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1968)
Orlons "South Street " (Cameo 1963) Mann, Appell Soulettes "King Street" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1966)
Blood, Sweat And Tears "Spinning Wheel" (Columbia 1969) David Clayton-Thomas Melanie Jonas & Dave Barker "Spinning Wheel" (Lee Perry, Upsetter 1970)
Blood, Sweat and Tears "Hi-De-Ho" (Columbia 1970) Carole King, Gerry Goffin Fabulous Flames "Hi De Ho" (Clancy Eccles, Clandisc 1971)
Sly & the Family Stone "Stand!" (LP 'Stand!', Sony 1969) Sylvester 'Sly Stone' Stewart Prince Buster "Stand Up" (Prince Buster, Prince Buster 1969)
Joe South "Games People Play" (Capitol 1968) Joe South Winston Francis "Games People Play" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1969)
Israelites "Games People Play" (Dandy Livingstone, Downtown UK 1969)
Bob Andy "Games People Play" (Bob Andy, FRM 1969)
Byron Lee & the Dragonaires "Games People Play" (Byron Lee, Dynamic LP 'Reggay' 1969)
Upsetters "Games People Play" (Lee Perry, Punch UK 1969)
Doors "Light My Fire" (Elektra 1967) The Doors Soul Sam "Light My Fire" (Clement Dodd, Studio One LP 'Swing Easy' 1969)
Simon & Garfunkel "Sound Of Silence" (Columbia 1965) Paul Simon Gaylads "Sounds Of Silence" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1967)
Roland Alphonso "Sounds Of Silence" (Merritone 1967)
Simon & Garfunkel "Richard Cory" (Columbia LP 'Sound Of Silence', 1966) Paul Simon Ken Boothe "Sounds Of Silence" (Clement Dodd, Studio One LP 1969)
Simon & Garfunkel "A Most Peculiar Man" (Columbia LP 'Sound Of Silence', 1966) Paul Simon Gaylads "Peculiar Man" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1968)
Simon & Garfunkel "Blessed" (Columbia LP 'Sound Of Silence', 1966) Paul Simon Uniques "The Beatitude (Blessed Are The Meek)" (Bunny Lee, Lee's 1968)
Simon & Garfunkel "Somewhere They Can't Find Me" (Columbia LP 'Sound Of Silence', 1966) Paul Simon Ken Boothe "Somewhere They Can't Find Me" (Sonia Pottinger, Gay Feet 1968)
Simon & Garfunkel "Fire And Rain" (Columbia 1965) James Taylor Gaylads "Fire And Rain" (Leslie Kong, Beverley's 1970)
Simon & Garfunkel "Mrs. Robinson" (Columbia 1968) Paul Simon Generation Gap "Mrs. Robinson" (Pat's 1971)
Simon & Garfunkel: "The Only Living Boy in New York" (Columbia LP 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' 1970) Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, Roy Halee Tennors "Weather Report" (Duke Reid, Duke Reid Greatest Hits 1972)
Paul Simon "Cecilia" (Columbia 1970) Paul Simon Keeling Beckford "Cecilia" (Alvin Ranglin, GG's Hit 1970)
Gene Pitney "Just One Smile" (Musicor 1966) Newman Techniques "Just One Smile" (Winston Riley, Techniques 1969)
Tony Brent "Got You On My Mind" (Columbia 1953)
Varetta Dillard "Got You On My Mind" (Groove 1956)
Howard Biggs, Joe Thomas Douglas Brothers "Got You On My Mind (King Edwards, King Edwards 1964)
Derrick Morgan "Got You On My Mind" (Leslie Kong, Beverley´s 1968)
Gene McDaniels "A Hundered Pounds Of Clay" (Liberty 1961) Elgin, Dixon, Rogers Roy Richards "100 Pounds Of Clay" (Clement Dodd, Studio One LP)
Emotions "Hundered Pounds Of Clay" (Lloyd Daley, Matador 1969)
Freddy McKay "100 Pounds Of Clay" (Warwick Lynn 1974)
Smokey 007 "A Hundred Pounds Of Clay" (Alty East 1977)
Dicky Doo & the Don´ts "Teardrops Will Fall" (Swan 1958) Marion Smith, Dicky Doo Silvertones "Teardrops Will Fall" (Clancy Eccles, Clandisc 1971)
Jimmie F. Rodgers "Secretly" (Roulette 1958) Al Hoffman, Dick Manning, Mark Markwell Uniques "Secretly" (Lloyd Daley, Matador 1969)
Frank Sinatra "A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening" (1943)
and many others
Jimmy McHugh, Harold Adamson Phyllis Dillon "This Is A Lovely Way" (Duke Reid, Trojan 1967)
Nancy Sinatra "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" (Reprise 1966) Lee Hazlewood Symarip "These Boots Are Made For Stomping" (Graeme Goodall 1970)
Frank & Nancy Sinatra "Something Stupid" (Reprise 1967) C. Carson Parks Mike Thompson "Something Stupid" (Sam Mitchell & Keith Scott, Merritone 1967)
Jackie Mittoo "Something Stupid" (Clement Dodd, blank 1967)
Frank Sinatra "My Way" (Reprise 1969) Anka, Thibault, Fransois, Revaux Denzil Dennis "My Way" (Ranny Williams, Sunshot 1970)
Kingston Trio "It Was A Very Good Year" (Capitol LP 'Goin' Places', 1961)
Frank Sinatra "It Was A Very Good Year" (Reprise LP 'September Of My Years', 1965)
Ervin Drake Leslie Butler & Count Ossie "Soul Drums" (Sonia Pottinger, Gay Feet 1967)
Everley Brothers "Bye Bye Love" (Cadence1957) Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant Alton Ellis "Bye Bye Love" (Clancy Eccles, blank 1968)
Dials "Bye Bye Love" (blank 1969)
Everly Brothers "All I Have To Do Is Dream" (Cadence 1958) Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant Gaylads "Dream Dream" (Clement Dodd, ND LP 'Ska Authentic Vol. 2' 1965)
Everly Brothers "Love Of The Common People" (Warner Bros 1965)
Winstons "Love Of The Common People" (Metromedia 1969)
Hurley, Wilkins Nicky Thomas "Love Of The Common People" (Gibbs 1970)
Toys "Lover´s Concerto" (DynoVoice 1965) Sandy Linzer, Denny Randell Doreen Shaffer "Lover's Concerto" (Lindon Pottinger, Gaydisc 1966)
Audrey "Lover's Concerto" (Dandy Livingstone, Downtown UK 1969)
Cher "Bang Bang" (Imperial 1966) Sonny Bono Tomorrow´s Children "Bang Bang Rocksteady" (Sam Mitchell & Keith Scott, Merritone 1967)
Beach Boys "Sloop John B" (Capitol 1966) trad. / Brian Wilson Laurel Aitken "John B." (Laurel Aitken, Nu Beat UK 1969)
Neil Diamond "Red Red Wine" (Bang 1968)
Neil Diamond Tony Tribe "Red Red Wine" (Dandy Livingstone, Downtown UK 1969)
Dawn "Candida" (Bell 1970) Irwin Levine, Toni Wine Owen Gray "Candida" (Ranny Williams, Pama Supreme UK 1970)
Bruce Ruffin "Candida" (Leslie Kong, Beverley´s 1971)
Rodriguez "Silver Words" (Success LP 'Coming From Reality' 1971) Rodriguez Ken Boothe "Silver Words" (Niney, Observer 1973)
Rodriguez "Halfway Up The Stairs" (Success LP 'Coming From Reality' 1971) Rodriguez Delroy Wilson "Halfway Up The Stairs" (Niney, Observer 1974)
Tony Orlando "Halfway To Paradise" (Epic 1961)
original version, but Billy Fury´s U.K. cover version was more successful:
Billy Fury "Halfway To Paradise" (Decca 1961)
Carole King, Gerry Goffin Laurel Aitken "Halfway To Paradise" (?)
Bobby Bloom "Montego Bay" (L&R 1970) Jeff Barry, Bobby Bloom Freddy Notes "Montego Bay" (Dynamic Production 1970)
Billy Bland "Let The Little Girl Dance" (Old Town1960) Carl Spencer, Henry Glover Hopeton Lewis "Let The Little Girl Dance" (Winston Blake, Merritone LP 1966)
Les & Larry Elgart "Jerkin' Around" (CBS LP 'Elgart au Go-Go', 1965) Alfred Abreu Roland Alphonso (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1965)
Roy Hamilton "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)" (Epic 1954) Joe Thomas, Howard Biggs Maytals "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry" (Clement Dodd, recorded ca. 1963)
Newbeats "Groovin' (Out On Life)" (Hickory 1969) Bobby Charles Hopeton Lewis "Groovin' Out On Life" (Winston Blake, Merritone 1971)
Adam Wade "Julie On My Mind" (Warner Bros. 1967) Johnny Cymbal, Mike Rashkow Lyn Taitt "Julie On My Mind" (Prince Buster, Voice Of The People 1967)
Prince Buster "Julie On My Mind" (Prince Buster, Olive Blossom 1968)
Shirley Bassey "Kiss Me, Honey Honey, Kiss Me" (Philips UK 1958) Michael Julien, Al Timothy Nora Dean "Kiss Me Honey" (Ranny Williams, Mafia Tone 1972)
Mickey & Sylvia "Dearest" (Vik 1957) E. McDaniel, P. Polk, S. Gibson Dotty & Bonny "Dearest" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1964)
Marie Bryant "Little Boy" (Lyragon 1953)
Mickey & Sylvia "Mommy Out De Light" (RCA Victor 1960)
(credited to George Weiss, Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore on the Mickey & Sylvia release)
Joya Landis "Out The Light" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1968)
Nora Dean "The Same Thing You Gave To Daddy" (Lee Perry, Upsetter 1969)
Tommy James and the Shondells "Crimson and Clover" (Roulette 1968) Tommy James, Peter Lucia Uniques "Crimson and Clover" (Winston Lowe & LLoyd Charmers, Tramp 1969)
Lloyd Charmers "Crimson and Clover (instrumental)" (Winston Lowe & LLoyd Charmers, Randy's 1970)
Jimmy Castor "Hey Leroy, Your Mama´s Callin'" (Smash 1967) Jimmy Castor, John Pruitt Honey Boy Martin "Hey Leroy" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1967)
Mylon "Peace Begins Within" (Cotillion 1970) Mylon LeFevre Nora Dean "Peace Begins Within" (Syd Bucknor, Lion 1971)
Fleetwoods "Come Softly To Me" (Dolphin 1959) Troxel, Christopher, Ellis Delroy Wilson "Dum Dum" (Bunny Lee, Count Shelly 1974, Wimpex 1975)
Robert & Johnny "We Belong Together" (Old Town 1957) Robert Carr, Johnny Mitchell, Hy Weiss Tony Gregory & Marcia Griffiths "You're Mine" (Clement Dodd, Supreme 1965)
Royalettes "It's Gonna Take A Miracle" (MGM 1965) Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein, Lou Stallman Alton Ellis "Gonna Take A Miracle" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone LP 1970)
Ken Boothe "It's Gonna Take A Miracle" (Leslie Kong, Beverley's 1970)
Jimmy Beck "Pipe Dreams" (Champion 1959) Alan Bubis Lester Sterling "Pipe Dream" aka. "Clean The City" (Clement Dodd, Rolando & Powie 1963)
Ruby & the Romantics "Hey There Lonely Boy" (Kapp 1963) Earl Shuman, Leon Carr Glen Adams & Roy Shirley "Hey There Lonely Girl" (Bunny Lee & Glen Adams, Tennors 1968)
Dick & Deedee "Thou Shalt Not Steal" (Warner Bros. 1964) John D. Loudermilk Bob & Marcia "Thou Shall Not Steal" (Clement Dodd, Supreme 1966)
Wailing Souls "Thou Shall Not Steal" (Clement Dodd, blank 1970)
Connie Francis "Lipstick On Your Collar" (MGM 1959) George Goehring, Edna Lewis Naomi Phillips "Lipstick On Your Collar" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1969)
Young Rascels "Groovin'" (Atlantic 1967) Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati (Jackie Mittoo &) Soul Vendors "Grooving Steady" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1968)
Royal Teens "Short Shorts" (ABC-Paramount 1968) T. Austin, B. Gaudio melody based on
Dotty & Bonny: Sticky Kisses (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1964)
European Pop
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
Georgie Fame "Yeah Yeah" (Columbia 1964)
(vocal version of Mongo Santamaria´s "Yeh-Yeh!", see Latin section)
Grant, Patrick, Hendricks Skatalites "President Kennedy" (Dodd 1964)
Tommy McCook & the Supersonics "Sir Don" (Reid 1967)
Ladybirds "O.K. Fred " (Columbia 1965)
 Willi Albimoor & Gary Earl John Holt "O.K. Fred" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1972)
Errol Dunkley "O.K. Fred" (Ossie Hibbert, Mash It 1979)
Dusty Springfield "Beakfast In Bed" (Atlantic 1969)
Baby Washington "Breakfast In Bed" (Cotillion1969)
Eddie Hinton, Donnie Fritts Lorna Bennett "Breakfast In Bed" (Harry Johnson 1972)
Tony Renis "Quando Quando Quando" (HMV 1962) Tony Renis, Ervin Drake Rico "Quando Quando" (Dandy Livingstone, Downtown UK 1969)
Laurel Aitken "Quando Quando" (Laurel Aitken, Doctor Bird UK 1969)
Donovan "Sunshine Superman" (Pye 1966) Donovan Phillips Leitch Beverley´s All Stars "The Monster" (Leslie Kong, Beverley's 1969)
Tornados "Telstar" (Decca 1962) Joe Meek Pyramids "Telstar" (Bruce Anthony, Trojan UK 1970)
P.P. Arnold "First Cut Is The Deepest" (Immediate 1967)
Cat Stevens "First Cut Is The Deepest" (Deram LP 'New Masters' 1967)
Cat Stevens Norma Frazer "First Cut Is The Deepest" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1967)
Kenny Lynch "Movin´ Away" (HMV 1967) Lynch, Wackett Ken Boothe "Moving Away" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1968)
Cilla Black "Conversations" (Parlophone 1969) R. Cook, R. Greenaway, J. Lordan Cynthia Richards "Conversation" (Clancy Eccles, New Beat 1970)
Mungo Jerry "In The Summertime" (Dawn 1970) Ray Dorset Ken Boothe "In The Summertime" (Leslie Kong, Beverley's 1970)
Winston Francis "In The Summertime" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1970)
Music Dodtors "In The Summertime" (Dandy Livingstone, Tiger 1970)
Billy Jack "In The Summertime" (Nat Cole, Explosion UK 1970)
Tremeloes "Me And My Life" (CBS 1970) Alan Blakley, Len Hawkes Nat Cole "Me And My Life" (Nat Cole, Creole UK 1970)
Lulu "Oh Me Oh My (I´m A Fool For You Baby)" (Decca 1969) Jim Doris Lloyd Charmers "Oh Me Oh My" (Lloyd Charmers, Splash 1970)
Dana "All Kinds Of Everything" (Rex 1970) Derry Lindsay, Jackie Smith Wayne Howard "All Kinds Of Everything" (Lloyd Charmers, Tiger 1970)
Peggy McClarty & the Cimarrons "All Kinds Of Everything" (Lambert Briscoe, Tiger 1970)
Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg "Je T´Aime, Moi Non Plus" (Fontana 1969) Serge Gainsbourg Neville Hinds with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires "Love At First Sight" (Byron Lee, Tiger 1969)
Harry J All Stars "Je T´aime" (Harry Johnson, Harry J 1970)
Brentford All Stars "Love At First Sight" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1970)
Manfred Mann "Come Tomorrow" (HMV 1965) Elgin, Augustus, Phillips Ken Boothe "Tomorrow" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1968)
Manfred Mann "Mighty Quinn" (Fontana 1968)
Bob Dylan "Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)" (Columbia LP 'Self Portrait', 1970)
Bob Dylan Hopeton Lewis & the Gaylettes "The Mighty Quinn" (Winston Blake, Merritone 1968)
Engelbert Humperdinck "The Last Waltz" (Decca 1967) Barry Mason and Les Reed Soul Vendors "The Last Waltz" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1968)
Los Bravos "You Won't Get Far" (Roulette 1966) Colin Butler, Manolo Diaz Slim Smith & Delroy Wilson "Look Who's Back Again" (Clement Dodd, Up Town 1966)
Los Pop Tops "Oh Lord, Why Lord" (Calla 1968) Phil Trim Horace Andy "Mammie Blue" (Clement Dodd, Money Disc 1974)
Los Pop Tops "Mammy Blue" (ABC/Dunhill 1971) H. Giraud, Phil Trim Cimarons "Oh Mammy Blue" (Dandy Livingstone, Downtown UK 1971)
Horace Andy "Mammie Blue" (Clement Dodd, Money Disc 1973)
Playmates "Let´s Be Lovers" (Roulette 1958) Raleigh, Wolf Rupie Edwards "Let Me Love You" (Rupie Edwards, Success 1972)
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