YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING

Latest update on 11/08/2015

Artist: Righteous Brothers
Author: Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil/Phil Spector
Label: Philles
Year: 1964

No brothers but friends from Orange County, CA: Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield. Earl Palmer on drums.

Covers:

1965:

Cilla Black [n°2 UK]

1965:

Eddy Mitchell [as J'ai perdu mon amour]

1965:

Trea Dobbs [hit NL]

1966:

Freda Payne

1966:

King Curtis

1966:

Long John Baldry

1966:

Johnny Rivers

1968:

Nancy Sinatra

1968:

Vanity Fare

1969:

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

1969:

Dionne Warwick

1969:

Blossoms [produced by Bill Medley]

1970:

Isaac Hayes

1971:

Kool & The Gang

1971:

Bill Medley [Righteous Brother solo]

1971:

Elvis Presley

1971:

Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway

1971:

Barry Mann [coauthor on rare solo album Lay It All Out]

1971:

Delaney & Bonnie

1972:

Osmonds

1975:

Telly Savalas [follow-up of If]

1975:

Gladys Knight

1979:

Human League

1980:

Hall & Oates

1981:

Lou Rawls

1984:

Flying Pickets

1986:

Berlin

1993:

Neil Diamond & Dolly Parton

1995:

Roger Whittaker

1998:

Brian Wilson

2000:

Jackie Leven

2002:

Helmut Lotti

2003:

Erasure

2006:

Westlife

2006:

Gunther Neefs

You've Lost That Lovin Feeling by The Righteous Brothers is by far the song with the most spins on American radio. BMI registrated over 7 million. That's almost 50 years in a row. To prove it: 7.000.000 x 3'38" = 25.433.333 minutes, divided by 60 = 423.889 hours, divided by 24 = 17.662 days, divided by 365 = 48 years and 3 months.

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