...in 2022

31st July 2022

In Mexico and You Fall were written by Aimee Mann and released on her 2021 album, Queens of the Summer Hotel. Check them out on the Aimee Mann page!

Been to Canaan, written by Carole King was released on King’s 1972 album, Rhymes & Reasons. Sweet Seasons, written by King & Toni Stern was released on Music (1971) Check them out on the Carole King page!

23rd July 2022

Leslie Feist recorded Brandy Alexander for her 2007 album The Reminder. It was written by Leslie Feist and Ron Sexsmith. Check it out in Odd Ditties A-D!

Traveling Riverside Blues was written by Robert Johnson, who recorded it in 1937. Led Zeppelin would subsequently record a tribute to RJ, with the same title, with new guitar parts, and with Plant taking lyrics from different RJ songs. Check RJ’s original out on the Robert Johnson page! Check out the Led Zeppelin version on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page under Partnerships H-P!

16th July 2022

Ole Man Trouble is an Otis Redding song that was released on his 1965 album, Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul.

For Your Precious Love was written by Arthur Brooks, Richard Brooks and Jerry Butler, and was performed Jerry Butler and The Impressions. It was covered by Otis Redding who released it on his 1965 album, The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads. Check them both out on the Otis Redding & Steve Cropper page!

11th July 2022

Song 2 is a 1997 song from Blur’s eponymous 1997 album. Song-writing credits went to all band members. Check it out in Odd Ditties Q-T!

Bye Bye Love is a Felice & Boudleaux Bryant song that is best known as a debut recording for The Everly Brothers. It has been covered by numerous well-known artists. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D)

4th July 2022

I Ain’t Worried was written by Ryan Tedder, Brent Kutzle, Tyler Spry, Bjorn Yttling, John Eriksson and Peter Moren, and performed OneRepublic. It was released on the Top Gun Maverick (2022) Movie Soundtrack. Check it out in Odd Ditties I-L!

Parklife is a 1994 song from Blur’s 1994 album of the same name. Song-writing credits went to all band members. Check it out in Odd Ditties M-P!

26th June 2022

I See You was written by Aimee Mann and released on her 2021 album, Queens of the Summer Hotel. Check it out on the Aimee Mann page!

Danger Zone, written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitcroft, was performed by Kenny Loggins for the 1986 film Top Gun. Check it out in Odd Ditties A-D!

20th June 2022

Hold My Hand, written by Stefani Germanotta, was the first single released from the soundtrack to Top Gun: Maverick (2022). Check it out in Odd Ditties.E-H!

Home By Now and You Could Have Been a Roosevelt were written by Aimee Mann and released on her 2021 album, Queens of the Summer Hotel. Check them out on the Aimee Mann page!

13th June 2022

Devoted to You was written by Felice & Boudleaux Bryant and released by the Everly Brothers. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D)

Ebony Eyes was written by John D Loudermilk and was recorded by the Everly Brothers in 1957. Check it out in Odd Ditties E-H!

6th June 2022

Walk Right Back, written by Sonny Curtis, was recorded by the Everly Brothers. Check it out in Odd Ditties (U-0)!

Suicide is Murder and Give Me Fifteen were written by Aimee Mann and released on her 2021 album, Queens of the Summer Hotel. Check them out on the Aimee Mann page!

31st May 2022

You Can’t Do That was a John Lennon song that would be released as the B-side to Can’t Buy Me Love. It would also turn up on the album, A Hard Day’s Night. Check it out on the John Lennon & Paul McCartney page (Partnerships H-P)!

Rocky Top, written by Felice & Boudleaux Bryant, was recorded by The Osborne Brothers, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Lynn Anderson and Dillard & Clark. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D)

23rd May 2022

At the Frick Museum and Burn It Out were written by Aimee Mann and released on her 2021 album, Queens of the Summer Hotel. Check them out on the Aimee Mann page!

17th May 2022

Raining In My Heart was written by Felice & Boudleaux Bryant and released by Buddy Holly.

Sleepless Nights was another Felice & Boudleaux Bryant song that this time was covered by Gram Parsons and Linda Ronstadt. Check them both out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D).

11th May 2022

Take a Message to Mary was written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, the song is probably best known in a recording by The Everly Brothers. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D).

5th May 2022

All I Have to Do Is Dream was written by Boudleaux Bryant and published in 1957. It is best known in the version by The Everly Brothers, released in 1958, which reached #1 on the Billboard Pop Chart and the Cash Box Best-Selling Records chart. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D)

29th April

Barbara H, written by Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger was released on the eponymous debut album by Fountains of Wayne. Check it out on the Adam Schlesinger page.

Love Hurts, written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, was first recorded by the Everly Brothers, but the first hit was a recording by Roy Orbison. Check it out on the Felice & Boudleaux Bryant page (Partnerships A-D)

21st April 2022

Good Day Sunshine is a Macca song released on The Beatles’ 1966 album Revolver. It was credited, as always, to Lennon & McCartney. Check it out on the John Lennon & Paul McCartney page!

What Is and What Should Never Be was written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and was released on Led Zeppelin’s 1969 album, Led Zeppelin II. Check it out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page!

13th April 2022

Misty Mountain Hop was written by John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. It was the first track on Side 2 of Led Zeppelin’s fourth (untitled) 1971 album. Check it out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page!

7th April 2022

Good Times, Bad Times was written by Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, John Bonham and Robert Plant. It was the lead track from Led Zeppelin’s eponymous 1969 debut album. Check it out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page!

The Joker, written by Eddie Curtis, Ahmet Ertegun and Steve Miller, was released on the 1973 album of the same name by the Steve Miller Band. Check it out in Odd Ditties I-L!

29th March 2022

Train Kept A-Rollin’ was written by Tiny Bradshaw and Lois Mann (aka Syd Nathan) and was released in 1951 on the King label. It has been covered by numerous notables, since, including The Yardbirds. Jimmy Page would later adopt the song as a concert-opener for his new band Led Zeppelin. Check it out in Odd Ditties Q-T!

22nd March 2022

Custard Pie, written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant; and Kashmir, written by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant & John Paul Jones both featured on Led Zeppelin’s 1975 album Physical Graffiti. Check them out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page.

Mercy Street and In Your Eyes were written by Peter Gabriel and were released on his 1986 album So.  Check them out on the brand-new Peter Gabriel page!

15th March 2022

Symphony was written by Jack Patterson, Steve Mac, Ammar Malik and Ina Wroldsen, and was released on Clean Bandit’s second studio album What is Love? Check them out on the Clean Bandit page!

Someone to Love, written by Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger was released on the 2007 album Traffic and Weather by Fountains of Wayne. Check it out on the Adam Schlesinger page.

8th March 2022

Communication Breakdown, was written by John Bonham, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page. Whole Lotta Love, was credited to Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, John Bonham and Willie Dixon

They both featured on Led Zeppelin’s 1968 eponymous debut album. Check them out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page.

2nd March 2022

Ordinary People, written by John Stephens (John Legend) and Will Adam, appeared on John’s 2004 debut album Get Lifted. Check it out in Odd Ditties!

Yours and Mine was written by Adam Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood. It would appear on Fountains of Wayne’s 2003 album Welcome Interstate Managers. Check it out on the Adam Schlesinger page.

27th February 2022

Missionary Man, a 1985 song by The Eurythmics, was written by Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart. It was recorded and released on the 1985 album Revenge. It would later be released as a single in 1986. Check it out in Odd Ditties!

Games Without Frontiers, Biko and Family Snapshot, were all written by Peter Gabriel, and were released on his 1980 eponymous solo album – his third (3 – Melt). Check it out on the Peter Gabriel page.

17th February 2022

Red Rain and I Have the Touch, were written by Peter Gabriel and were released on his 1986 album So.  Check them out on the brand-new Peter Gabriel page!

The Lemon Song was credited to John Bonham, Chester Burnett (aka Howlin' Wolf), John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. It would be released on Led Zeppelin’s second studio album Led Zeppelin II, Check it out on the Jimmy Page & Robert Plant page!

11th February 2022

The Musical Box, written by Anthony Phillips, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Steve Hackett & Peter Gabriel was the lead track from Genesis’s 1971 album Nursery Cryme. Check it out on the brand-new Genesis page!

Different Drum, written by Mike Nesmith, has been recorded by numerous artists, most successfully by The Stone Poneys (feat. Linda Ronstadt). Their single reached #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Check it out in Odd Ditties A-D!

3rd February 2022

Mood for a Day, is an instrumental piece played by Steve Howe on a Conde flamenco guitar. It would be released on Yes’s 1971 album Fragile. Check it out in Odd Ditties M-P!

Harold The Barrel, written by Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins, appeared on 1971 album Nursery Cryme by Genesis. Check it out on the brand-new Genesis page (accessed via the Peter Gabriel page)!

26th January 2022

Twilight Alehouse, written by Tony Banks, Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips & Mike Rutherford, was released as a B-side to Genesis’s 1974 single I Know What I Like… But it was written much earlier, in 1969 or 1970, when Anthony Phillips was in the band. Check it out on the brand-new Genesis page!

Can’t Find My Way Home, written by Steve Winwood, would appear on Blind Faith’s eponymous 1969 album. Eric Clapton would later cover this, at solo gigs post-Blind Faith, with his own version. Check out my acoustic tab of this in Odd Ditties A-D!

19th January 2022

Tobacco Road, written by John D. Loudermilk was released as a single in 1960. It was later covered in 1964 by English band The Nashville Teens, who had a considerable hit with a Mickie Most-produced Blues-rock / garage rock version. Check it out in Odd Ditties Q-T.

13th January 2022

Be Still, was written by Isaac Slade, Joe King, David Welsh and Ben Wysocki, appeared as the final track on The Fray’s 2012 album Scars & Stories. Check it out in Odd Ditties A-D!

Rockabye, written by Steve McCrutcheon, Sean Henriques, Ina Wroldesen, Ammar Malik and Jack Patterson, appeared on Clean Bandit’s second studio album What is Love? Check it out on the Clean Bandit page!

6th January 2022

Baby, written by Jack Patterson, Camille Purcell, Jason Evigan, Marina Diamandis, Matthew Knott  and  Lus Lopez-Cepero, was released on Clean Bandit’s second studio album What is Love? Check it out on the Clean Bandit page (Songwriting Partnerships A-D)!

 I Bought Myself a Politician, written by Mona Wagner and Lisa Wagner, was released as an online single by the MonaLisa Twins. Check it out on the MonaLisa Twins page (Songwriting Partnerships H-P)!

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