Etta James – Pushover/I can’t hold it in any more

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Pushover” by Etta James was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25205 in June 1963. US Pop 25, US R&B 7.

Steve Alaimo – It’s a long long way to happiness/A lifetime of loneliness

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“It’s a long long way” by Steve Alaimo was released on Pye International 7N 25199 in May 1963. No chart data available.

Bo Diddley – Who do you love/The twister

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Who do you love” by Bo Diddley was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25193 in April 1963. No chart data available.

Howling Wolf -Just like I treat you/I ain’t superstitious

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Just like I treat you” by Howling Wolf was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25192 in April 1963. Did not chart.

Sonny Boy Williamson – Help me/Bye bye bird

The Chess UK Singles – one by one

“Help me” by Sonny Boy Williamson was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25191 in April 1963. Billboard 23.

Jan Bradley – Mama didn’t lie/Lovers like me

The Chess UK Singles – one by one

“Mama didn’t lie” by Jan Bradley was first released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25182 in February 1963. US Pop 14, US R&B 8.

The Dells – The bossa nova bird/Eternally

“The bossa nova bird” by The Dells was their first release on moving back to Chess from Vee Jay and was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25178 in February 1963. US Pop 97.

Steve Alaimo – Every day I have to cry/Little girl

The Chess UK Singles – one by one

“Every day I have to cry” by Steve Alaimo was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25174 in January 1963. US Pop 46.

Clarence Frogman Henry – The Jealous kind/Come on and dance

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“The Jealous Kind” by Clarence Frogman Henry was released on Pye International 7N 25169 in December 1962. Did not chart.

Bo Diddley – You can’t judge a book by the cover/I can tell

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“You can’t judge a book by the cover” by Bo Diddley was released in the UK on Pye International 7N 25165 in October 1962. US Pop 48, US R&B 21.

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