The Dells – Oh what a day/The change we go thru for love

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Oh what a day” by The Dells was released on Chess CRS 8107 in February 1970. CRS 8107 was the final 45 rpm single released through Chess’ arrangement with Pye Records.

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Rotary Connection – Want to know you/Memory band

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Want you to know” by Rotary Connection was released on Chess CRS 8106 in January 1970.

The Dells – Sittin’ on the dock of the bay/When I’m in your arms

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Sittin’ on the dock of the bay” by The Dells was issued on Chess CRS 8105 in January, 1970.

Ramsey Lewis – Julia/Do what you wanna

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Julia” by Ramsey Lewis was released on Chess CRS 8104 in February 1970.

Rotary Connection – The weight/Respect

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“The weight” by Rotary Connection was released on Chess CRS 8103 in October 1969.

The Dells – Oh what a night/Believe me

The Chess UK singles – one by one

“Oh what a night” by The Dells, which they were re-recording and updating, was released on Chess CRS 8102 in October 1969.

Harold Smith’s Majestic Choir – We can all walk a little bit prouder/Why am I treated so bad

The Chess UK singles – one by one

Harold Smith’s Majestic Choir’s “We can all walk a little bit prouder” was released on Chess CRS 8101 in August 1969.