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( December 2014)
I Can Hear Music" is a song written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector for American girl group the Ronettes in 1966. This version spent one week on the Billboard Pop chart at number 100. Three years later, American rock band the Beach Boys released a cover version as a single from their album (1969), peaking at number 24 on the 20/20 Billboard Hot 100.
The Beach Boys version [ edit ]
"I Can Hear Music" was covered by the
American rock band the Beach Boys, released on their 1969 album with 20/20 Carl Wilson on lead vocals. This version peaked at #24 on the Hot 100.
Within the US and Canada, it peaked on playlists in the top 5 in Boston, Houston and Dallas; #7 New York and Chicago (
WCFL); #8 in Toronto and San Diego, #9 in Seattle; #10 Vancouver and Indianapolis; #11 Los Angeles, Louisville, Providence, and Chicago ( WLS); #12 Milwaukee and Columbus.
Personnel [ edit ]
Partial credits from Craig Slowinski.
Chart history [ edit ]
Larry Lurex version [ edit ]
Larry Lurex, the solo stage name of Freddie Mercury, recorded "I Can Hear Music." His version peaked at #115 on the U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart.
Kathy Trocolli version [ edit ]
In 1996, the Beach Boys rerecorded the song, with
contemporary Christian singer Kathy Troccoli on lead vocals, for their country album .
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References [ edit ]