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Grand Funk Railroad, often referred to simply as Grand Funk, was an American band known for grand funk railroad singles discographyits arena rock style of music.  They were not critically acclaimed, but much loved by their legions of fans.  Here is the Grand Funk Railroad singles discography.

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Grand Funk Railroad Singles Discography

Songwriting and Production

Brewer – Don Brewer
Farner – Mark Farner
Frost – Craig Frost
Schacher – Mel Schacher

Capitol 2567
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 27 Sep. 1969, peak – 48, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Time Machine – 3:17 – Farner
B.  High On A Horse – 2:35 – Farner
Shown as by The Grand Funk Railroad

Capitol 2691
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Dec. 1969, peak – 97, stay – 2 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Mr. Limousine Driver – 3:25 – Farner
B.  High Falootin’ Woman – 2:58 – Farner

Capitol 2732
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Feb. 1970, peak – 72, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Heartbreaker – 6:30 – Farner
B.  Please Don’t Worry – 4:16 – Brewer, Farner

Capitol 2816
May 1970
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Sin’s A Good Man’s Brother – 2:59 – Farner
B.  Nothing Is The Same – 5:10 – Farner

Capitol 2877
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 Aug. 1970, peak – 22, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Closer To Home – 5:30 – Farner
B.  Aimless Lady – 3:25 – Farner

Capitol 2996
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Dec. 1970, peak – 47, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Mean Mistreater – 3:50 – Farner
B.  Mark Say’s Alright – 5:06 – Farner, Brewer, Schacher

Capitol 3095
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 1 May 1971, peak – 54, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Feelin’ Alright – 4:25 – Dave Mason
B.  I Want Freedom – 4:32 – Farner

Capitol 3160
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Aug. 1971, peak – 61, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Gimme Shelter – 3:26 – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
B.  I Can Feel Him In The Morning – 5:15 – Brewer, Farner

Capitol 3217
Oct. 1971
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  People, Let’s Stop The War – 3:33 – Farner
B.  Save The Land – 3:12 – Farner

Capitol 3255
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 8 Jan. 1972, peak – 29, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Footstompin’ Music – 3:45 – Farner
B.  I Come Tumblin’ – 5:20 – Farner

Capitol 3316
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Apr. 1972, peak – 73, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Terry Knight
A.  Upsetter – 2:40 – Farner
B.  No Lies – 3:55 – Farner

Capitol 3363
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 23 Sep. 1972, peak – 29, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Grand Funk Railroad
A.  Rock ‘N Roll Soul – 3:29 – Farner
B.  Flight Of The Phoenix – 3:36 – Farner

Capitol 3660
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Jul. 1973, peak – 1 (1 week), stay – 17 weeks
Produced by Todd Rundgren
A.  We’re An American Band – 3:25 – Brewer
B.  Creepin’ – 6:28 – Farner
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 3760
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 24 Nov. 1973, peak – 19, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Todd Rundgren
A.  Walk Like A Man – 3:22 – Farner, Brewer
B.  The Railroad – 5:06 – Farner
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 3840
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 9 Mar. 1974, peak – 1 (2 weeks), stay – 20 weeks
Produced by Todd Rundgren
A.  The Loco-Motion – 2:45 – Gerry Goffin, Carole King
B.  Destitute And Losin’ – 7:01 – Farner
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 3917
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 13 Jul. 1974, peak – 11, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Todd Rundgren
A.  Shinin’ On – 3:23 – Farner, Brewer
B.  Mr. Pretty Boy – 3:04 – Farner
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 4002
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Dec. 1974, peak – 3, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Jimmy Ienner
A.  Some Kind Of Wonderful – 3:16 – John Ellison
B.  Wild – 2:50 – Farner
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 4046
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 5 Apr. 1975, peak – 4, stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Jimmy Ienner
A.  Bad Time – 2:55 – Farner
B.  Good And Evil – 7:34 – Brewer, Frost
Shown as by Grand Funk

Capitol 4199
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 24 Jan. 1976, peak – 53, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Jimmy Ienner
A.  Take Me – 3:53 – Brewer, Frost
B.  Genevieve – 6:05 – Farner, Brewer, Schacher, Frost

Capitol 4235
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Mar. 1976, peak – 69, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Jimmy Ienner
A.  Sally – 3:19 – Farner
B.  Love Is Dyin’ – 4:17 – Brewer

MCA MCA-40590
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Aug. 1976, peak – 45, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Frank Zappa
A.  Can You Do It – 2:46 – Richard Street, Thelma Gordy
B.  1976 – 4:21 – Farner

MCA MCA-40641
Oct. 1976
Produced by Frank Zappa
A.  Just Couldn’t Wait – 3:29 – Farner
B.  Out To Get You – 3:58 – Brewer, Farner

Full Moon FMS49823
Sep. 1981
Produced by Andrew Cavaliere, Bob Destocki
A.  Y.O.U. – 2:52 – Farner
B.  Testify – 2:53 – Farner

Full Moon FMS49866
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Dec. 1981, peak – 108, stay – 1 week
Produced by Andrew Cavaliere, Bob Destocki
A.  Stuck In The Middle – 3:08 – Farner
B.  No Reason Why – 4:47 – Farner

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