Bobby Hatfield Unissued Tracks
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A Bobby Hatfield recording for Verve Records in Los
Angeles on 09 Nov 1967 at the same session as his solo "Come Rain Come
Shine", from the Righteous Brothers "Standards" album, most probably
also produced by Mickey Stevenson.
I Can't Make It Alone
Two tracks recorded for Verve Records
in Los Angeles on 15 Mar 1968 at the same session as "Hang Ups", most
probably also produced by Bobby Hatfield and arranged & conducted by
Recorded for Verve Records in Los Angeles on 03 Apr
1968 at the same session as "Soul Cafe", most probably also produced
by Bobby Hatfield and arranged & conducted by Barry Rillera,"Hippies
Blues" is a reference to Barry Rillera.
Since You're Gone
One of three tracks recorded for Verve Records in Los Angeles on 17 July 1968, "Since You're Gone"
is not the Smokey Rodgers country classic as first though but a completely different song.
I've Got My Eyes On You
Recorded for Verve Records in Los Angeles on 23 Dec
1968 at the same session as "Only You", "My Prayer" & "The Wonder Of
You", most probably also produced by Dick Glasser and arranged & conducted
by Ernie Freeman.
Bell Bottom Blues
That'll Be The Day
Both tracks were recorded at the sessions with Richard Perry in December 1971 for Warner Bros. "Bell Bottom Blues" is an Eric Clapton and Bobby Whitlock song that was recorded by Derek & The Dominoes in 1970.
Can I Get A Witness
Little is know about this track but an acetate of the recording does exist.
As this another track associated with Marvin Gaye, the other being, "Baby Don't You Do It", it is possible that it was recorded at one of the Warner Bros. sessions with either Richard Perry or Al Kooper as producer.
Sweet Joy Of Life
Both tracks recorded for Warner Bros. c1972 in New
York City, produced by Al Kooper, arranged by Al Kooper & Charlie Calello.
Musicians - Al Kooper (organ/guitar), Chuck Rainey, Al Rogers, Paul
Griffin, Eric Gale plus strings horns and backup singers."Cryin" is
a cover of the Roy Orbison classic.
Information supplied by Al Kooper
recorded at the same session in 1979, "Take It" is a cover of
a demo by the songs composer Scott Douglas MacLachlan of Soul
"My Girl" is a cover of the well known song that Bobby Hatfield
recorded as a solo while with the Righteous Brothers in 1966 for the "Sayin
Take It on YouTube
My Girl on YouTube
Information supplied by Scott Douglas MacLachlan
Try Gettin Over You
Am I Dreaming
Blue Eyed Night
All three tracks produced by Edgar Struble in January
1985 at Doc's Place in Hendersonville, TN. Dave Cline was the engineer.
Musicians - James Stroud drums, Larry Byrom guitar, Edgar Struble piano,
Chuck Jacobs bass, and Mike Lawler keyboards/B3.
"Blue Eyed Night" was written by Bobby Hatfield, "Try Gettin Over You"
was written by Michael Bolotin (aka Bolton).
Information supplied by Edgar Struble
Waiting In The Wings
Possibly recorded c1990 for EMI Records, Bobby Hatfield
announced on the "Into The Night Starring Rick Dees" TV show in October
1990, that this was to be his next single but this didn't materialise