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paul revere and the raiders singles discographyPaul Revere and The Raiders were a very popular rock group in the mid-60’s, noted for their Revolutionary War era outfits and a string of hits.  Here is the Paul Revere and The Raiders singles discography.

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Paul Revere and The Raiders Singles Discography

 

Songwriting

Allison – Keith Allison
Lindsay – Mark Lindsay
Melcher – Terry Melcher
Revere – Paul Revere

 

Gardena G-106
July 1960
Producer not listed
A.  Beatnick Sticks – 2:00 – Paul Revere and The Raiders
B.  Orbit (The Spy) – 2:20 – Paul Revere and The Raiders

 

Gardena G-115
Oct 1960
Producer not listed
A.  Unfinished Fifth – 1:57 – Paul Revere and The Raiders
B.  Paul Revere’s Ride – 2:20 – Paul Revere and The Raiders

 

Gardena G-116
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 27 Mar. 1961, peak – 38, stay – 6 weeks
Producer not listed
A.  Like, Long Hair – 1:58 – Paul Revere and The Raiders
B.  Sharon – 1:50 – Paul Revere and The Raiders

 

Gardena G-118
June 1961
Producer not listed
A.  Like Charleston – 2:05 – Revere
B.  Midnite Ride – 2:21 – Revere

 

Gardena G-124
Dec. 1961
Producer not listed
A.  All Night Long – 2:25 – J. Porter, Joe Houston
B.  Groovey – 1:50 – Revere, Lindsay

 

Gardena G-131
1962
Producer not listed
A.  Shake It Up, Part One – 2:30 – Revere, Lindsay
B.  Shake It Up, Part Two – 3:10 – Revere, Lindsay

 

Gardena G-127
May 1962
Producer not listed
A.  Like Bluegrass – 2:45 – Fowley, Harris
B.  Leatherneck – 2:02 – Fowley, Harris

 

Gardena G-137
1963
Producer not listed
A.  Tall Cool One – 2:34 – Rick Dangel, John Greek, Kent Morrill
B.  Road Runner – 2:35 – Rick Dangel, John Greek

 

Sande SPR 101
Apr. 1963
Produced by Roger Hart
A.  Louie Louie – 2:38 – Richard Berry
B.  Night Train – 2:35 – Jimmy Forrest, Oscar Washington, Lewis Simpkins

 

Columbia 4-42814
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 2 Nov. 1963, peak – 103, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Roger Hart
A.  Louie, Louie – 2:38 – Richard Berry
B.  Night Train – 2:55 – Oscar Washington, Lewis Simpkins, Jimmy Forrest

 

Columbia 4-43008
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 2 May 1964, peak – 118, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher, Roger Hart
A.  Louie – Go Home – 2:40 – Revere, Lindsay
B.  Have Love, Will Travel – 2:30 – Richard Berry

 

Columbia 4-43114
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Oct. 1964, peak – 133, stay – 1 week
Produced by Terry Melcher, Roger Hart
A.  Over You – 2:13 – A. Neville
B.  Swim – 1:56 – Lindsey, Revere
Note: later issues correctly give songwriting credits for the A-side to Allen Orange and C. Toussaint.

 

Columbia 4-43273
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 May 1965, peak – 131, stay – 1 week
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Sometimes – 2:28 – Gene Thomasson
B.  Oo Poo Pah Doo – 2:25 – Jessie Hill

 

Columbia 4-43375
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Sep. 1965, peak – 46, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Steppin’ Out – 2:13 – Revere, Lindsay
B.  Blue Fox – 2:30 – Revere, Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-43461
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 4 Dec. 1965, peak – 11, stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Just Like Me – 2:23 – Richard Day, Roger Hart
B.  B.F.D.R.F. Blues – 5:05 – Roger Hart

 

Columbia 4-43556
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 19 Mar. 1966, peak – 4, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Kicks – 2:26 – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
B.  Shake It Up – 3:59 – Revere, Lindsay
Note:  some issues show these tracks as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Jerden 807
May 1966
Produced by Roger Hart
A.  So Fine – 2:39 – Johnny Otis
B.  Blues Stay Away – 3:35 – Alton Delmore, Wayne Raney, Rabon Delmore, Henry Glover

 

Columbia 4-43678
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Jun. 1966, peak – 6, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Hungry – 2:58 – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
B.  There She Goes – 1:45 – Lindsay, Revere
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay (A-side), Paul Revere and The Raiders (B-side)

 

Columbia 4-43810
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 1 Oct. 1966, peak – 20, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  The Great Airplane Strike – 2:55 – Revere, Melcher, Lindsay
B.  In My Community – 2:05 – Phillip Volk
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark (A-side), Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring The Fang (B-side)
Note:  “The Fang” refers to band member Phillip Volk.

 

Columbia 4-43907
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Dec. 1966, peak – 4, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Good Thing – 3:00 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Undecided Man – 1:48 – Revere, Lindsay
Note: Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay on the picture sleeve, but on the label only as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark

 

Columbia 4-44018
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Feb. 1967, peak – 22, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Ups And Downs – 2:49 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Leslie – 2:20 – Lindsay, Melcher

 

Columbia 4-44094
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Apr. 1967, peak – 5, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Him Or Me – What’s It Gonna Be? – 2:40 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Legend Of Paul Revere – 3:05 – Lindsay, Melcher

 

Columbia 4-44227
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 19 Aug. 1967, peak – 17, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  I Had A Dream – 2:20 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Upon Your Leaving – 3:10 – Lindsay, Melcher
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44335
Billboard Hot 100:
A-side:  entry – 18 Nov. 1967, peak – 42, stay – 6 weeks
B-side:  entry – 2 Dec. 1967, peak – 102, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Terry Melcher
A.  Peace Of Mind – 2:25 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Do Unto Others – 2:14 – Melcher, Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44444
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 10 Feb. 1968, peak – 19, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Too Much Talk – 2:15 – Lindsay
B.  Happening ’68 – 1:48 – Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44553
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 22 Jun. 1968, peak – 27, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Don’t Take It So Hard – 2:27 – Lindsay
B.  Observation From Flight 285 (In 3/4 Time) – 2:48 – Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44655
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Oct. 1968, peak – 58, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Cinderella Sunshine – 2:00 – Lindsay
B.  It’s Happening – 2:45 – Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay
Note:  on some issues, the B-side title is given as Theme From It’s Happening

 

Columbia 4-44744
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 Feb. 1969, peak – 18, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon – 2:29 – Lindsay
B.  Without You – 3:58 – Lindsay, Allison
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44854
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 17 May 1969, peak – 20, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Let Me – 2:29 – Lindsay
B.  I Don’t Know – 3:38 – Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4-44970
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 6 Sep. 1969, peak – 50, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  We Gotta All Get Together – 2:58 – Freddy Weller
B.  Frankfort Side Street – 3:02 – Lindsay
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay

 

Columbia 4S-45082
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Feb. 1970, peak – 82, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by M. Lindsay
A.  Just Seventeen – 3:49 – Lindsay
B.  Sorceress With Blue Eyes – 4:15 – Lindsay, Allison
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4S-45150
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 9 May 1970, peak – 120, stay – 1 week
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Gone Movin’ On – 2:40 – Lindsay, Melcher
B.  Interlude (To Be Forgotten) – 2:36 – Lindsay, Allison
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45332
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 10 Apr. 1971, peak – 1 (1 week), stay – 22 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Indian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian) – 2:55 – John D. Loudermilk
B.  Terry’s Tune – 3:25 – Lindsay
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45453
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 11 Sep. 1971, peak – 23, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Birds Of A Feather – 2:34 – Joe South
B.  The Turkey – 4:10 – Lindsay
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45535
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Jan. 1972, peak – 51, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Country Wine – 2:30 – Ed Villareal, Wanda Watkins
B.  It’s So Hard Getting Up Today – 2:43 – Lindsay
Shown as by The Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45601
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 May 1972, peak – 54, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay (A-side), Mark Lindsay, Keith Allison (B-side)
A.  Powder Blue Mercedes Queen – 3:05 – Lindsay
B.  Golden Girls Sometimes – 2:39 – Lindsay, Allison
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45688
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Oct. 1972, peak – 96, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Song Seller – 3:33 – Jimmy Webb
B.  A Simple Song – 3:09 – Lindsay, John D’Andrea
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45759
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Feb. 1973, peak – 97, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  Love Music – 3:42 – Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter
B.  Goodbye, No. 9 – 2:57 – Lindsay
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 4-45898
July 1973
Produced by Mark Lindsay
A.  (If I Had It To Do All Over Again, I’d Do It) All Over You – 2:40 – Bob Dylan
B.  Seaboard Line Boogie – 3:05 – Lindsay, Allison
Shown as by Raiders

 

Columbia 3-10126
Apr. 1975
Produced by Michael Lloyd, Mike Curb
A.  Your Love (Is The Only Love) – 2:58 – Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter
B.  Gonna Have A Good Time – 2:55 – H. Varda, G. Young, M. Lloyd, S. Kipner, D. Cotton

 

20th Century TC-2283
Apr. 1976
Produced by Ray Ruff
A.  The British Are Coming – 1:42 – L. Schoonmaker, D. Great
B.  Surrender At Appomattox – 2:29 – L. Schoonmaker, R. Lanoue
Shown as by Paul Revere and The Raiders (A-side), Susie Allanson (B-side)

 

Drive 6248
May 1976
Produced by Steve Alaimo, Ray Martinez (A-side), Steve Alaimo, Clarence Reid, Ray Martinez (B-side)
A.  Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong – 3:12 – Harry Wayne Casey, Richard Finch
B.  You’re Really Saying Something – 3:22 – Clarence Reid, R. Wooley

 

Hitbound X2/X3
1983
Producer not listed
A.  Jingle Bell Rock – 3:06 – Jim Boothe, Joe Beal
B.  Jingle Bells – 3:40 – Trad.
Shown as by Mike Love, Dean Torrence (A-side), Paul Revere and The Raiders (B-side),

 

 

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