More Today Than Yesterday

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"More Today Than Yesterday"
Single by Spiral Starecase
from the album More Today Than Yesterday
B-side "Broken-Hearted Man"
Released January 7, 1969 (US)
April 1969 (UK)
Recorded 1968
Genre Jazz-rock
Length 2:48
Label Columbia 44741
Writer(s) Pat Upton
Producer(s) Sonny Knight
Spiral Starecase singles chronology
"I'll Run"
(1968)
"More Today Than Yesterday"
(1969)
"No One for Me to Turn To"
(1969)

"More Today Than Yesterday" is a song written by Pat Upton and performed by Spiral Starecase. It reached #6 in Canada,[1] #7 on the Cashbox Top 100,[2] and #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1969.[3] The song was also released in the United Kingdom as a single, but it did not chart.[4] The song was featured on their 1969 album, More Today Than Yesterday.[5]

The song was produced by Sonny Knight and arranged by Al Capps.[6]

The song was ranked #50 on Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 1969.[7]

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In media[edit]

  • Goldfinger released a version of the song that was featured in the ending credits of the 1998 film, The Waterboy.
  • Jordan McCoy sang a version of the song on American Juniors.
  • Kenneth "Ken" Dingle sang a version of the song when he was a semi-finalist on Philippine Idol.

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