101.1 CBS FM's 101 Greatest Covers: 101 – 81

Hilary Duff once covered The Who‘s “My Generation.” It might go down as the worst cover and largest slap in the face of music in history. Luckily for you, 101.1 CBS FM won’t be playing the worst covers all weekend long, they are playing the the 101 Greatest Covers of All Time.

From The Rolling Stones to Ike and Tina, we have you covered with cover songs.

Now let’s get this started from the top, number 101.

#101 The Rolling Stones “Going To A Go-Go”

Originally released in 1965 by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles.

NEXT PAGE Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours

#99 Peter Frampton “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours”

Originally released by Stevie Wonder in 1970.

NEXT PAGE Come Go With Me

#98 The Beach Boys “Come Go With Me”

Originally released by The Del-Vikings in 1956.

NEXT PAGE With A Little Help From My Friends

#97 Joe Cocker “With A Little Help From My Friends”

Originally released by The Beatles in 1967.

NEXT PAGE Oh, What A Night

#96 The Dells “Oh, What A Night”

Originally released by themselves in 1956, but rearranged from a doo-wop to a soul song in 1969.

NEXT PAGE Ain’t Too Proud To Beg

#95 The Rolling Stones “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg”

Originally released by The Temptations in 1966.

NEXT PAGE Don’t Worry Baby

#94 B.J. Thomas “Don’t Worry Baby”

Originally released by The Beach Boys in 1964.


#93 The Four Seasons “Stay”

Originally released by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs in 1960.

NEXT PAGE Back in The U.S.A.

#92 Linda Ronstadt “Back in The U.S.A.”

Originally released by Chuck Berry in 1959.

NEXT PAGE Walk Away Renee

#91 The Four Tops “Walk Away Renee”

Originally released by The Left Banke in 1966.


#90 The Belle Stars “Iko Iko”

Originally released by The Dixie Cups in 1965.

NEXT PAGE Please Mr. Postman

#89 The Beatles “Please Mr. Postman”

Originally released by The Marvelettes in 1961.

NEXT PAGE Little Bitty Pretty One

#88 The Jackson 5 “Little Bitty Pretty One”

Originally released by Thurston Harris in 1957.

NEXT PAGE Puppy Love

#87 Donny Osmond “Puppy Love”

Originally released by Annette Funicello in 1960.

NEXT PAGE Do You Wanna Dance?

#86 The Beach Boys “Do You Wanna Dance?”

Originally released by Bobby Freeman in 1958.

NEXT PAGE Silhouettes

#85 Herman’s Hermits “Silhouettes”

Originally released by The Rays in 1957.

NEXT PAGE One Fine Day

#84 Carole King “One Fine Day”

Originally released by The Chiffons in 1963.

NEXT PAGE Go Away Little Girl

#83 The Happenings “Go Away Little Girl”

Originally released by Steve Lawrence in 1962.

NEXT PAGE Daydream Believer

#82 Anne Murray “Daydream Believer”

Originally released by The Monkees in 1967.

NEXT PAGE Do You Love Me?

#81 The Dave Clarke Five “Do You Love Me?”

Originally released by The Contours in 1962.

Make sure you listen in all weekend long to 101.1 CBS FM for our countdown of the 101 Greatest Covers of All Time!


One Comment

  1. Mary Shaw says:

    Awesome!!! Great music!!

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