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Today's song was written by Phil Specter, Barry Mann, & Cynthia Weil. It is a song that has been covered by many. Here is a list of some of those who have recorded the song. The list is taken from Wikipedia.
- David Campbell featuring Jimmy Barnes, on his Good Lovin' album (2008)
- Elvis Presley
- Nancy Wilson on Today - My Way (1965 Capitol St 2321)
- Joan Baez, live television performance with Phil Spector on piano.
- Gladys Knight & The Pips, on Silk 'N Soul
- Isaac Hayes, on ...to Be Continued (1971)
- Westlife, on The Love Album (2006)
- Cilla Black (UK #2, 1965; Australia #2, 1965)
- Neil Diamond and Dolly Parton
- Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra
- Dionne Warwick (USA #16, 1969)
- The Human League, on their 1979 debut Reproduction
- Long John Baldry and Kathi MacDonald (USA #89, 1979)
- Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway (USA #71, 1971)
- Hall & Oates, on Voices (USA #12, 1980; US AC #15, 1980; UK #55, 1980)
- Erasure, on their 2003 album Other People's Songs
- The Firm, on The Firm (1985)
- The Flying Pickets, on Lost Boys
- Johnny Rivers, on And I Know You Wanna Dance
- Telly Savalas, on his 1973 MCA album Telly
- Brian Wilson (Wilson's version, recorded during the Adult Child era, has never been commercially released)
- Barry Manilow, on The Greatest Songs of the Sixties (2006)
- Legs Diamond, on Fire Power (1978)
- James Last, on Beat in Sweet (1965) Instrumental version.
- Morgan Fisher, on Hybrid Kids
- Paul Shane, on BBC Pebblemill (1995)
- David Hasselhoff, on his Lovin' Feelings album (1987)
- The Charmels (1971 Stax/Volt
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Righteous Brothers
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Hall & Oates
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Johnny Rivers
One more just for fun and laughs...
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Tom Cruise & Anthony Edwards (Top Gun)
My vote goes to The Righteous Brothers. What can I say I have always loved them and this song. I was lucky enough to see them in a New Year's Eve concert in Honolulu about 10 years before Bobby Hatfield died. I even met the band and chatted with them in the elevator.
Who gets your vote for the best version?