Can I Change My Mind
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|"Can I Change My Mind"|
|Single by Tyrone Davis|
|from the album Can I Change My Mind|
|A-side||"Can I Change My Mind"|
|B-side||"A Woman Needs to Be Loved"|
|Writer(s)||Barry Despenza, Carl Wolfolk|
|Tyrone Davis singles chronology|
"Can I Change My Mind" is a 1968 single recorded by soul singer Tyrone Davis. It was his featured debut and in early 1969 replaced Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It through the Grapevine" to become the number-one song on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart, and also peaked at number five on the Hot 100 
- Alton Ellis, circa '68, released "Can I Change My Mind" as the B side of the Delroy Wilson "Give Love A Try" single on the Studio One label.
- An alternative version by Alton Ellis, "Change of Plan," was collected on the 1977 album Still in Love.
- Jackie Mittoo's instrumental "Super Charge," on The Jackie Mittoo Showcase (Sonic Sounds LP, 1978), is a "riddim" version of the song. Gregory Isaac's contemporaneous vocal version, over Mittoo's instrumental track, "Can I Change My Mind," is included in an extended version with toasting by D.J. Ranking Barnabbas on Isaacs' 1990 CD "My Number One" (Heartbeat).
- In 1980. Jermaine Jackson recorded the song as a track on his LP, Jermaine.
- The Pietasters released a Ska influenced version of "Can I Change My Mind" on the album "Oolooloo" released by Moon Ska Records in 1996.
- Bill Deal and the Rhondels did a "Beach Music" version of the song as well.
- In 2012, indie band JJAMZ (now renamed PHASES) recorded the song as part of their debut album Suicide Pact.
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||5|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Rhythm & Blues Singles||1|
"I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye
|Billboard Hot R&B Singles number-one single
February 1, 1969 – February 15, 1969
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