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guess who singles discographyThe Guess Who was a Canadian band from the ’60s and ’70s who enjoyed significant chart success with hits such as American Woman, Hand Me Down World, No Sugar Tonight, Clap For The Wolfman, and more.  Here is The Guess Who singles discography.

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The Guess Who Singles Discography

Songwriting and Production

Bachman – Randy Bachman
Cummings – Burton Cummings
Kale – Jim Kale
Masters – Vance Masters
McDougall – Don McDougall
Peterson – Garry Peterson
Troiano – Domenic Troiano
Wallace – Bill Wallace
Winter – Kurt Winter

Scepter 1295
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 8 May 1965, peak – 22, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Chad Allan
A.  Shakin’ All Over – 2:39 – Johnny Kidd
B.  Till We Kissed – 2:36 – Chad Allan
Shown as by Guess Who?
Note:  There has been some uncertainty as to the composer credit for the B-side.  The single lists Chad Allan, but the correct credit goes to Cynthia Weill and Barry Mann.  The song was originally titled Where Have You Been (All Of My Life), written by Weill and Mann, released by Arthur Alexander in 1962.  The Searchers covered it in 1964 under the title of Where Have You Been, with composing credit to Gunter.

Scepter SCE-1295
Apr. 1965
Produced by Chad Allan (A-side), Stan Green (B-side)
A.  Shakin’ All Over – 2:39 – Johnny Kidd
B.  Monkey In A Cage – 2:00 – F. Green, S. Green
Shown as by Guess Who? (A-side), The Discotays (B-side)
Note:  Re-release with a different B-side due to issues over song title and composing credits for the original B-side of Till We Kissed.

Scepter SCE 12108
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 4 Sep. 1965, peak – 125, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Bob Burns
A.  Hey Ho What You Do To Me – 2:10 – Valerie Simpson, Nicholas Ashford, Joshie Armstead
B.  Goodnight Goodnight – 2:25 – Robin Bachman, Randy Bachman
Shown as by Guess Who

Scepter SCE 12118
Nov. 1965
Produced by Bob Burns
A.  Hurting Each Other – 2:17 – Gary Geld, Peter Udell
B.  Baby’s Birthday – 1:55 – Chad Allan
Shown as by Guess Who’s

Scepter SCE 12131
Feb. 1966
Produced by Bob Burns
A.  Believe Me – 2:46 – Bachman
B.  Baby Feelin’ – 2:25 – Johnny Kidd
Shown as by The Guess Who

Scepter SCE 12144
May 1966
Produced by Bob Burns
A.  Clock On The Wall – 3:07 – Bachman
B.  One Day – 2:05 – Bachman
Shown as by The Guess Who

Amy 967
Sep. 1966
Produced by Bob Burns
A.  And She’s Mine – 2:41 – Bachman
B.  All Right – na – M. Hayes, J. Purcell, C. McClellan
Shown as by The Guess Who?
Note:  The A-side composing credit is misspelled as “Backman”

Amy 976
Feb. 1967
Producer not listed
A.  His Girl – 3:00 – Johnny Cowell
B.  It’s My Pride – 2:40 – Bachman
Shown as by The Guess Who?

Fontana F-1597
Aug. 1967
Produced by Tony Hiller
A.  This Time Long Ago – 2:25 – Jimmy Stewart, Jerry Langley
B.  There’s No Getting Away From You – 2:53 – Spencer Charles
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0102
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 5 Apr. 1969, peak – 6, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  These Eyes – 3:45 – Bachman, Cummings
B.  Lightfoot – 3:07 – Bachman, Cummings, Rob Matheson
Shown as by The Guess Who?

RCA Victor 74-0195
Billboard Hot 100:
A-side:  entry – 12 Jul. 1969, peak – 10, stay – 11 weeks
B-side:  entry – 18 Oct. 1969, peak – 22, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Laughing – 2:44 – Bachman, Cummings
B.  Undun – 3:25 – Bachman
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0300
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Dec. 1969, peak – 5, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  No Time – 3:44 – Bachman, Cummings
B.  Proper Stranger – 4:00 – Bachman, Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0325
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Mar. 1970, peak – 1 (3 weeks), stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  American Woman – 3:51 – Bachman, Cummings, Peterson, Kale
B.  No Sugar Tonight – 2:04 – Bachman
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0367
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Jul. 1970, peak – 17, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Hand Me Down World – 3:14 – Winter
B.  Runnin’ Down The Street – 4:09 – Kale, Peterson
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0388
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 24 Oct. 1970, peak – 10, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Share The Land – 3:53 – Cummings
B.  Bus Rider – 2:57 – Winter
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0414
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 30 Jan. 1971, peak – 43, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Hang On To Your Life – 3:20 – Cummings, Winter
B.  Do You Miss Me Darlin’ – 3:54 – Cummings, Winter
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0458
Billboard Hot 100:
A-side:  entry – 17 Apr. 1971, peak – 55, stay – 11 weeks
B-side:  entry – 17 Apr. 1971, peak – 29, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Broken – 3:02 – Cummings, Winter
B.  Albert Flasher – 2:18 – Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0522
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Aug. 1971, peak – 19, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Rain Dance – 2:45 – Cummings, Winter
B.  One Divided – 2:38 – Greg Leskiw
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0578
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 27 Nov. 1971, peak – 50, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Sour Suite – 3:47 – Cummings
B.  Life In The Bloodstream – 3:10 – Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0659
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 4 Mar. 1972, peak – 47, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Heartbroken Bopper – 3:15 – Cummings, Winter
B.  Arrivederci Girl – 2:31 – Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who
Note:  Composing credit for A-side incorrectly lists Winter as Greg instead of Kurt

RCA Victor 74-0708
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 May 1972, peak – 70, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Guns, Guns, Guns – 3:26 – Cummings
B.  Heaven Only Moved Once Yesterday – 1:59 – Winter
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0803
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 14 Oct. 1972, peak – 96, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Runnin’ Back To Saskatoon – 3:27 – Cummings, Winter
B.  New Mother Nature – 3:48 – Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0880
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Feb. 1973, peak – 61, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Follow Your Daughter Home – 3:24 – Cummings, McDougall, Peterson, Wallace, Winter
B.  Bye Bye Babe – 2:43 – Winter, Wallace
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0926
Apr. 1973
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Orly – 2:53 – Cummings
B.  The Watcher – 3:09 – Wallace, Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor 74-0977
May 1973
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Glamour Boy – 3:45 – Cummings
B.  Lie Down – 4:43 – Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor APB0-0217
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 16 Feb. 1974, peak – 39, stay – 19 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Star Baby – 2:37 – Cummings
B.  Musicione – 3:55 – Cummings, Winter, Wallace, McDougall, Peterson
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor APB0-0324
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Jul. 1974, peak – 6, stay – 16 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Clap For The Wolfman – 3:29 – Cummings, Wallace, Winter
B.  Road Food – 3:36 – Wallace, Cummings
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor PB-10075
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 23 Nov. 1974, peak – 28, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Dancin’ Fool – 3:15 – Cummings, Troiano
B.  Seems Like I Can’t Live With You, But I Can’t Live Without You – 3:22 – Cummings, Troiano
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor PB-10216
Feb. 1975
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Loves Me Like A Brother – 3:20 – Cummings, Troiano
B.  Hoe Down Time – 3:20 – Cummings, Troiano
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor PB-10360
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 30 Aug. 1975, peak – 105, stay – 1 week
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Rosanne – 3:15 – Cummings, Troiano
B.  Dreams – 4:45 – Cummings, Troiano
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor PB-10410
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 8 Nov. 1975, peak – 102, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  When The Band Was Singin’ “Shakin’ All Over” – 3:17 – Cummings, Troiano
B.  Women – 3:17 – Cummings, Troiano
Shown as by The Guess Who

RCA Victor PB-10716
June 1976
Produced by Jack Richardson
A.  Silver Bird – 2:39 – Bachman, Cummings
B.  Runnin’ Down The Street – 4:13 – Kale, Peterson
Shown as by The Guess Who

Hilltak HT 7803
Nov. 1978
Produced by The Guess Who
A.  C’mon Little Mama – 3:30 – Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter
B.  Moon Wave Maker – 3:31 – McDougall
Shown as by Guess Who

Hilltak HT 7807
June 1979
Produced by The Guess Who
A.  Sweet Young Thing – 3:49 – Kale, Masters, McDougall, Winter
B.  It’s Getting Pretty Bad – 4:08 – Kale, Masters, McDougall
Shown as by The Guess Who

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Guess Who Singles Discography

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