Single on Festival, March 1969, by Melbourne band that became The New Dream.
Single on Mercury by sister of Dionne Warwick.
See also this post at my blog, PopArchives: The Blog.
Single by former Animals keyboardist, B-side of Willow Weep For Me. See the Alan Price discography at the official site.
This was on Irma’s 1986 album on Rounder, The New Rules.
Previously recorded by Irma Thomas in 1967, when she recorded three singles and other material for Chess. The singles were released, but Yours Until Tomorrow remained unreleased until around 1990.
Thanks to honeydhont via The Originals Problemsolving Forum.
Single on Atco, Cher’s first on that label. Also on the 1969 album 3614 Jackson Highway.
Single on Buddah label.
Johnny Maestro was lead singer of two popular groups, a decade apart: The
Crests (16 Candles, 1958, #2 USA) and Brooklyn Bridge
(The Worst That Could Happen, 1969, #3 USA, a Jimmy Webb
Single on Studio 1 label, B-side of Miss Highty Tighty by The Westmorlites. See label shot at Johnny Spencer’s website.
Single on Imperial label by Ray Eddlemon.
Can’t date this one. Late 60s? Single on Toronto label Barry.
Recorded by foundation
member of The Supremes for unreleased album on ABC label, You Don’t
Have To. The album was included on the 2002 Spectrum (UK) CD The
Supreme Florence Ballard: Essential Original Recordings.
Unreleased June 1967 recording for the album Pisces, Aquarius,
Capricorn & Jones Ltd, produced by Chip Douglas.
Single on RCA by British
ballad singer whose biggest hits in the UK were May I Have The
Next Dream With You (1968, #8) and Love Is All (1969,
Recorded in the sessions that produced Irma Thomas’s three singles for Chess, but Yours Until Tomorrow remained unreleased until around 1990.
Another, later recording by Irma Thomas was released in 1986 (see below).
Thanks to honeydhont via The Originals
Single on du Monde, B-side of Can't Wait For September (Goerge Vanda-Harry Young, #15 Sydney).
Erl Dalby fronted Wollongong band Erl's Court who broke up after recording Can't Wait For September. Dalby finalised the recording with Sydney band Pyramid.
References: 1. Ian McFarlane, The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock & Pop (1999), p.157. 2. Noel McGrath, Australian Encyclopaedia of Australian Rock & Pop (1978), p. 269.