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  "Da Doo Ron Ron" (Phil Spector/Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich) (April, 1963)
and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" (Rec. Sept.-Oct./Rel.Nov., 1963) (John Frederick
Coots/Haven Gillespie) The Crystals (with The Wrecking Crew)

"Be My Baby" (Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich/Phil Spector) (Aug., 1963) and
"Sleigh Ride" (Leroy Anderson/Mitchell Parish) (Rec. Sept.-Oct./Rel. Nov., 1963)
The Ronettes (with The Wrecking Crew)

  "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" (Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich/Phil
Spector) (Rec. Sept.-Oct./Rel.Nov., 1963) Darlene Love (with The Wrecking Crew)

  "The Pink Panther Theme" (Henry Mancini) "The Pink Panther" (1963)

  "Anna" (Arthur Alexander) The Beatles (Rec.Feb.11, 1963/Rel. March 22, 1963)

  "I Saw Her Standing There" (McCartney/Lennon) (rec. Feb.11, 1963/UK rel.
March 22, 1963), "Money (That's What I Want)" (Janie Bradford/Berry Gordy)
(rec. July 18, 1963/UK rel. Nov. 22, 1963), "She Loves You" (Lennon/McCartney)
(rel. July 1, 1963/US rel. Sept.16, 1963), and "Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
(Medley)" (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) (rec. Oct.18, 1964/rel. Dec.4, 1964)
The Beatles
     The bass for "I Saw Her Standing There" (Lennon/McCartney) is basically the bass
     for "I'm Talking About You" (Chuck Berry) (1961) which the Beatles performed early
     "10 Beatles Hits That 'Rip Off' Other Songs" by David Bennett Piano (April 8, 2021)

  "Kathy's Waltz" (Dave Brubeck) "Time Out" The Dave Brubeck Quartet
  (rec. June 25, July 1, and Aug.18, 1959/rel. Dec.14, 1959)
      "All My Loving" (Lennon/McCartney) The Beatles (rec. July 30, 1963/
      rel. Nov.22, 1963)
  "Watch Your Step" (Bobby Parker) Bobby Parker (rec. 1961/rel. July, 1961)
      "I Feel Fine" (Lennon/McCartney) The Beatles (rec. Oct.18, 1964/US rel. Nov.23,

  "Louie Louie" (Richard Berry) (rec. April 6, 1963/rel. June and Oct., 1963)
The Kingsmen

  "Danke Schoen" (Bert Kaempfert/Kurt Schwabach/Milt Gabler) Wayne Newton (June 17,
      "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986) "Danke Schoen" (see above) Wayne Newton and
      "Twist And Shout" (Bert Berns/Phil Medley) The Beatles
  "L-O-V-E" (Bert Kaempfert/Milt Gabler) Nat King Cole with Bobby Bryant (Sept.,

  "Michael Row The Boat Ashore," (spiritual adapted by Tony Saletan/Pete
Seeger/Bob Gibson) (Australia July 24, 1963), "Down By The Riverside" (spiritual) 
(same), "Wimoweh" (Solomon Linda/Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George David Weiss/
Albert Stanton aka Howie_Richmond) and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" (Pete
Seeger/Joe Hickerson) (Sept., 1967), "Freight Train" (Elizabeth Cotten) Pete Seeger
and "This Land is Your Land" ("When the World's on Fire" adapted by Woody Guthrie)
(Wolftrap Aug.24, 1978), and "Precious Friend" (Pete Seeger) (rel. 1981) Pete Seeger
and Arlo Guthrie

  "The Rat Pack: Live at the Sands" Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr.
  Medley: Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes (Ben Jonson)/I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine
(Mack David)/I Love Paris (Cole Porter)
  It's My Party (Walter Gold, John Gluck Jr., Herb Weiner, and Seymour Gottlieb), June in
January (Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin), Via Veneto (Schwab and Dean Martin)
  Medley: Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)(Domenico Modugno and Franco Migliacci/English:
Mitchell Parish)/On an Evening in Roma (Alessandro Taccani, Nan Frederics, and Umberto
  Introduction: Ring-A-Ding Ding (Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn), I Only Have Eyes for
You (Harry Warren and Al Dubin), Call Me Irresponsible (Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn),
My Heart Stood Still (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart), Please Be Kind (Saul Chaplin and
Sammy Cahn), I Have Dreamed (Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein), Luck Be a Lady (Frank
  Medley: Marianne (Roaring Lion)/Dance With a Dolly (based on "Buffalo Gals"--tradi-
tional)/You Are Too Beautiful (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart)/You Made Me Love You (James
V. Monaco and Joseph McCarthy)/Carolina in the Morning (Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson)/
Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)/I'm Dancing with Tears in my Eyes (Joseph A. Burke and
Al Dubin)/Maria (Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim)/Try a Little Tenderness (Jimmy
Campbell, Reg Connelly, and Harry M. Woods)/Coming for to Carry Me Home (Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot--Wallace Willis)/What is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)/Did You Ever See a
Dream Walking? (Harry Revel and Mack Gordon)
  The Lady Is a Tramp (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart), All the Way (Jimmy Van Heusen and
Sammy Cahn) w/impressions
  Guys and Dolls (Frank Loesser), The Oldest Established (Permanent Floating Crap Game in
New York) (reprise) (Frank Loesser), Closing: Ring-A-Ding Ding (Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy
  (Sept., 1963)

  "The Times They Are a-Changin'" (Bob Dylan) Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen
Zimmerman) (rec. Oct.24, 1963/rel. Jan.13, 1964)
      "Protest Song" (Neil Innes) Neil Innes (around 1974-1976?)
  "To Sing For You" (Donovan Leitch) Donovan  "It's All Over Now Baby Blue"
and "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" (Bob Dylan) (Donovon and Bob Dylan seen during
Dylan's 1965 UK tour in the 1967 documentary "Don't Look Back") Bob Dylan
     "She Belongs to Me" (Bob Dylan) Bob Dylan (rec. Jan.14, 1965/rel. March 22, 1965)

  "I Only Want to Be with You" (Mike Hawker/Ivor Raymonde) Dusty Springfield
  (Rec.Oct.25, 1963/Rel.Nov., 1963)
  "Mocking Bird" (Inez Foxx/Charlie Foxx) Dusty Springfield and Jimi Hendrix
  (Rec.June 5, 1968/Broadcast July 12, 1968)

  "Yakety Sax" aka The Benny Hill Show closing theme (Spider Rich/Boots Randolph)
Boots Randolph (Ronnie Aldrich?) (1963)  "On The Benny Hill Show, the music was
performed by Ronnie Aldrich and His Orchestra." (Wikipedia) (Starting what year?)

  "Don't Worry Baby" (Brian Wilson/Roger Christian (rec. Jan.7, 1964/rel. May 11,
1964), "All Summer Long" (rec. May 6–7, 1964/rel. July 13, 1964), "Dance, Dance,
Dance" (Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, and Mike Love) (rel. Oct.26, 1964), "Help Me,
Rhonda" (rec. Jan.8, 1965/rel. March 8, 1965), "Fun, Fun, Fun" (rec. Jan., 1964/
rel. Feb.3, 1964), "California Girls," (Brian Wilson/Mike Love) (rec. April 6 to
June 4, 1965/rel. July 12, 1965), and "Wouldn't It Be Nice" (Brian Wilson/Tony
Asher/Mike Love) (rec. April 6 to June 4, 1965/rel. July 12, 1965) The Beach Boys
(with The Wrecking Crew)
     "Dance, Dance, Dance" (Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Mike Love) Joanie Bartels (1991)
        Behind The Sounds: "God Only Knows" (Brian Wilson, Tony Asher) Parts 1 and 2
        (rec. March 10 to April 11, 1966)
           "Back In The U.S.S.R." The Beatles (rec. Aug.22-23, 1968/rel. Nov.22, 1968)

  "Mean Woman Blues" (Claude Demetrius)
  "Lewis Boogie" (Jerry Lee Lewis) Jerry Lee Lewis
  "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (Sunny David/Dave Williams)
  "Live at the Star Club" Jerry Lee Lewis (Rec. April 5, 1964/Rel. summer 1964),_Hamburg
      "Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee" (Stick McGhee) Jerry Lee Lewis (1973)

  "Fly Me to the Moon" (Bart Howard) Frank Sinatra with Count Basie and his
orchestra arr. Quincy Jones (1964)
      "My Kind of Town" (Sammy Cahn/Jimmy Van Heusen) Frank Sinatra (Rec. Nov., 1965/
      Broadcast Nov.24, 1965)
      "The Sinatra Group" Saturday Night Live (Jan.19, 1991) Phil Hartman/
      Frank Sinatra, Jan Hooks/Sinéad O'Connor, Sting/Billy Idol, Chris Rock/
      Luther Campbell, Mike Myers/Steve Lawrence, Victoria Jackson/Eydie Gormé
         "Summer Wind" (Heinz Meier/Johnny Mercer) Frank Sinatra arr. Nelson Riddle
         (rel. Aug., 1966)

  "Where Did Our Love Go" (rec. April 8, 1964/rel. June 17, 1964), "Baby Love"
(rec. Aug.13, 1964/rel. Sept.17, 1964), and "You Can't Hurry Love" (Holland/
Dozier/Holland) (rec. June 11 and July 5, 1966/rel. July 25, 1966) The Supremes
with the Funk Brothers

  "A Hard Day's Night," (rec. April 16, 1964/US rel. July 13, 1964), "I've Just Seen
a Face" (rec. June 14, 1965/rel. Aug.6, 1965), "Nowhere Man" (rec. Oct.21-22,
1965/US rel. Feb.21, 1966), and "Here, There, and Everywhere" (Lennon/McCartney)
(rec. June 14, 1966/rel. Aug.5, 1966) The Beatles

  "Everybody Loves Somebody" (Sam Coslow/Irving Taylor/Ken Lane)
Dean Martin (written 1947/recorded 1964/released June, 1964)

  "A Hard Day's Night" John, Paul, George, and Ringo (US rel. Aug.11, 1964)

  "Around and Around" (Berry) (rec. June 11, 1964/rel. Aug.14, 1964),
"Satisfaction" (rec. May 12, 1965/US rel. June 5, 1965), "Street Fighting Man"
(rec. April–May 1968/US rel. August 1968), "Stray Cat Blues" (Mick Jagger/
Keith Richards) (rec. March 17 to July 25,, 1968/rel. Dec.6, 1968), and
"Carol" (Berry) (rec. Nov.28, 1969/rel. Sept.4, 1970) The Rolling Stones

  "Under the Boardwalk" (Kenny Young/Arthur Resnick)  The Drifters (rec. 1964/rel.
June, 1964) and The Rolling Stones (rec. Feb.25, May 12, June 10-11 and 24-26, and
Sept.2 and 28-29, 1964/rel. Oct.17, 1964)

  "Because" (Dave Clark) (rec. 1964/rel. Aug., 1964) and "Do You Love Me?"
(Berry Gordy, Jr.) (rel. March 1964) The Dave Clark Five

  "You Really Got Me" (rec. July 1964/US rel. Sept.2, 1964), "Waterloo Sunset"
(rec. April, 1967/rel. May 5, 1967), "Lola" (rec. April to May, 1970/rel. June
12, 1970), and "Celluloid Heroes" (rec. May to June, 1972/rel. Nov.24, 1972)
(Sir Raymond Douglas "Ray" Davies) The Kinks

  "I'm into Something Good" (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) (rec. July 26, 1964/rel.
Sept, 1964) and "There's a Kind of Hush" (Les Reed/Geoff Stephens) (rec. Dec.7,
1966/US rel. Jan., 1967) Herman's Hermits
      "The Loco-Motion" (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) (rec. 1973/rel. May, 1974)
      Grand Funk Railroad (with Todd Rundgren)
  "Loco-Motion" and "One Fine Day" (Goffin/King) Carole King ("Late Night with
David Letterman" broadcast August 26, 1982)