GOOD TIMES

Latest update on 30/10/2018

Artist: Sam Cooke
Author: Sam Cooke
Label: RCA
Year: 1964

On lp Ain't That Good News, just released when he was murdered.

Covers:

1965:

Ike & Tina Turner

1965:

Supremes

1965:

Rolling Stones

1965:

King Curtis

1965:

L.C. Cooke

1965:

Solomon Burke [as Got To Get You Off My Mind, crediting himself, his wife and his mother; n°1 R&B, top 40 US; written the night he heard Sam Cooke was murdered]

1966:

Buddy Greco

1966:

George Jackson & Dan Greer

1967:

Aretha Franklin

1967:

Dusty Springfield

1967:

Willie Hightower [same melody in I Love You, Yes I Do, crediting Bobby Robinson]

1968:

James Cotton [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

1969:

Tyrone Davis [as Gotta Get You Off My Mind]

1970:

Kim Weston [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

1972:

Persuasions

1972:

Joe Haywood [as I Love You, Yes I Do]

1974:

Phoebe Snow

1976:

Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

1977:

Rita Coolidge

1986:

Ted Hawkins

1988:

Arthur Prysock [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

1991:

Eddie Hinton

1991:

Nona Hendryx & Billy Vera [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

1992:

Journey

2010:

Huey Lewis & The News [as Got To Get You Off My Mind]

2018:

Van Morrison [as Gotta Get You Off My Mind, along with a Sam Cooke cover on his album The Prophet Speaks]

Not to be confused with Lightnin' Hopkins' Good Times (covered by Jeffrey Lee Pierce), Jerry Butler's, Gene Chandler's, Eric Burdon's (see there), Cliff Richard's, Chic's (see there), Matt Bianco's and the one by INXS & Jimmy Barnes.

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