On Decca (UK), Olivia Newton-John's first single, recorded in London.
British-born but raised in Australia from the age of four or five, Olivia returned to the UK as a teenager in 1965 after winning the trip in a TV talent quest. She performed (but didn't record) with Australian singer Pat Carroll as Pat & Olivia.
Pat returned to Australia when her work visa ran out, but Olivia stayed on in the UK and began what turned out to be a long and successful solo career, although her first Top 40 single wasn't until 1971, If Not For You (#35 UK, #25 USA).
See also The Banks Of The Ohio, one of her greatest hits.
Thanks to Martin Pardys for mentioning Pat & Olivia.
The Searchers recorded both sides of the original Jackie DeShannon single. Their 1964 version of the other side, When You Walk In The Room, was a hit single for them (#3 UK, #35 USA).
On album First and Fourmost by Liverpool band managed by Brian Epstein and produced by George Martin. Their first two singles, carrying Lennon-McCartney writer credits, were "songs The Beatles gave away", Hello Little Girl and I'm In Love. YouTube
Single on Parlophone, B-side of Day Dreamin' Of You. YouTube The A-side was a Jackie DeShannon co-write with Sharon Sheeley. Arranged by Arthur Greenslade.
Johnny Wheeler was playing in his brother's skiffle band when he met Shirley Bagnall at a gig in High Wycombe in 1962. The duo was signed to EMI after auditioning for producer Ron Richards. They issued thirteen singles on Parlophone, Mercury and RCA, none of them a hit, but they appeared on a number of top British TV shows and were kept busy as a cabaret and cruise act before breaking up in 1974.
Further reading: Shirley & Johnny's website.
Single on Liberty, B-side of When You Walk In The Room. Both sides of the 45 were written by DeShannon, produced by Dick Glasser and arranged by Jack Nitzsche.
Singer-songwriter Jackie DeShannon (b.1941, Sharon Lee Myers) is best known for her own hits:
• What The World Needs Now Is Love (Burt Bacharach-Hal David)
Jackie DeShannon 1965, #7 USA.
• Put A Little Love In Your Heart (DeShannon-Randy Myers-Jimmy Holiday)
Jackie DeShannon 1969, #4 USA. Co-writer Randy Myers is Jackie's brother.
She also recorded the original version of:
• Needles And Pins (Sonny Bono-Jack Nitzche):
Jackie DeShannon 1963, #83 USA
Better known by The Searchers 1964 (#1 UK, #13 USA).
Some of her own compositions – often in collaboration with Sharon Sheeley – have been known through other artists' recordings:
• Dum Dum (DeShannon-Sheeley):
Brenda Lee 1961, #4 USA, #22 UK.
• (He's) The Great Imposter (DeShannon-Sheeley):
The Fleetwoods 1961, #30 USA.
• When You Walk In The Room (DeShannon-Sheeley):
The Searchers 1964, #3 UK, #35 USA.
DeShannon also recorded the original version (1963)
• Don't Doubt Yourself, Babe (DeShannon):
The Byrds 1965, on album Mr Tambourine Man.
• Come And Stay With Me (DeShannon):
Marianne Faithful 1965, #4 UK, #26 USA.
• Bette Davis Eyes (Donna Weiss- DeShannon):
Kim Carnes 1981, #1 USA.
First released by Jackie DeShannon, 1974, on album New Arrangement.
• Breakaway (DeShannon-Sheeley):
Tracey Ullman 1983, #4 UK.
First released by Irma Thomas, 1964, as Break-A-Way.
Further reading: 1. Jackie DeShannon's website. 2. Jackie DeShannon Appreciation Society. 3. AllMusic biography. 4. Sharon Sheeley at All Music and The Guardian (obituary). 5. Sharon Sheeley tribute at Rockabilly hall of fame.