Don't Bring Me Down (The Pretty Things song)
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|"Don't Bring Me Down"|
|Single by The Pretty Things|
|B-side||"We'll Be Together"|
|The Pretty Things singles chronology|
"Don't Bring Me Down" is a song written by Johnny Dee (road manager for British band The Fairies) and first performed by the rock band The Pretty Things in 1964. It was a number 10 hit on the UK Singles Chart for them, and reached number 34 in Canada. The song was featured on the American version of their debut album, The Pretty Things.
- Phil May – vocals, harmonica
- Dick Taylor – lead guitar
- Brian Pendleton – guitar
- John Stax – bass guitar
- Viv Prince – drums
- American garage band H.M. Subjects released a cover of "Don't Bring Me Down" as a single in 1965.
- David Bowie covered the song on his 1973 album Pin Ups.
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