I Keep Forgettin'
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|"I Keep Forgettin'"|
|Song by Chuck Jackson|
|Writer||Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller|
|Producer||Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller|
"I Keep Forgettin'" is a song written and produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller (and arranged by Teacho Wiltshire) in 1962, and it was originally recorded by Chuck Jackson. It reached #55 on the Billboard Top 100 and remained on the chart for 7 weeks. It did not chart on the R&B chart. This single is often cited as one of the most innovative and least commercial singles written and produced by Leiber-Stoller.
- Checkmates Ltd. featuring lead singer Sonny Charles recorded a version on their 1969 album "Love Is All We Have to Give" produced by Phil Spector
- Michael McDonald recorded a version of the song for his 1982 album If That's What It Takes, which was later sampled by Warren G on his hit 1994 single Regulate, featuring Nate Dogg (Different song)
- Procol Harum recorded a version of the song. It appeared on the album Procol's Ninth, released in 1975.
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