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Hello StrangerFrom Wikipedia, the complimentary encyclopedia
In 1985 Carrie Lucas" remake of “Hello Stranger” – which featured the Whispers – was a Top 20 R&B hit.
Other versions of the song have been tape-recorded by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas for their Heat Wave album, by Queen Latifah in 2004 for her The Dana Owens Album, by Ebony Alleyne for her album Never before Look Back (taped in 2003/ released in 2007), by Diane Marino (featuring saxophonist Wycliffe Gordon) for her 2008 ‘60s covers album Just Groovin’, and also by Julia Holter for her 2013 album Loud City Tune.Single VersionsArtist Year Recording information Chart positionBarbara Lewis196319631968 producer: Ollie McLaughlin (album Hello Stranger)Atlantic 2184HLK 9724Atlantic 584 153US Pop #3/ R&B #1 (2 wks)UK did not chartUK did not chartElkie Brooks 1964 Decca F 11928/ producer: Ian Samwell UK B-side of “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” (did not chart)The Capitols1966196619691971 producer: Ollie McLaughlin (album Dance the Cool Jerk)Karen 1524Atlantic 584 004Atlantic 584 251 attributed to The Three CapsAtlantic 2091105 attributed to The Three CapsUS B-side to “Cool Jerk” (#7)UK B-side to “Cool Jerk” (did not chart)UK B-side to “Cool Jerk” (did not chart)UK B-side to “Cool Jerk” (did not chart)Darius 1969 Chartmaker 419/ producers: Pat Glasser & Butch Parker US did not chartFire & Rain 1973 producer: Joe Saraceno (album Fire & Rain)Mercury 73373 US Pop #100 Easy Listening #24New York Rubber Rock Bandfeat. Colleen Heather 1976 producers: Bob Motta & Vince TrainaHS 10002 US Dance #31Yvonne Elliguy 1977 producer: Freddie Perren (album Love Me)RSO 871 US Pop #15/ R&B #57/ Easy Listening #1 (4 wks)UK (RSO 2090 235) #26/ Canada #13/ Netherlands #20/ New Zealand also #12Carrie Lucas 1985 producers: Bill Simmons & Jeffery Cooper(album Horsin" Around)Constellation MCA 23589 US R&B #20See also
List of number-one R&B singles of 1963 (U.S.) List of number-one adult modern singles of 1977 (U.S.)
Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 347.Carchild, David A. (2005). Grit, Noise, and Revolution: The Birth of Detroit Rock ‘n’ Roll (1st paperago ed.). Ann Arbor MI: College of Michigan Press. p. 25. ISBN 0-472-11503-0.Billboard 16 October 1976 p. 36 Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 86.