Discography ’58-’62

SINGLES

JAN & ARNIE

1958

Jennie Lee

Jennie Lee / Gotta Getta Date — Arwin MM-108-45 (April)
Jennie Lee / Gotta Getta Date — Arwin MM-108 (78 rpm)
(Berry – Ginsburg) / (Ginsburg – Berry – Lubin)
Arranged by Ernie Freeman, overseen by Don Ralke
Produced by Joe Lubin
Featuring “Don Ralke’s Music”
Distributed by Dot Records
CHARTS: CASH BOX #3 — R&B #4 — BILLBOARD #8

Gas Money / Bonnie Lou — Arwin 111 – (July)
(Berry – Ginsburg – Altfeld) / (Berry – Ginsburg – Altfeld)
Produced by Joe Lubin
Featuring the “Adam Ross Orchestra”
CHARTS: BILLBOARD #81

I Love Linds

The Beat That Can’t Be Beat / I Love Linda — Arwin 113  (September)
(Berry  -Ginsburg – Altfeld) / (Berry – Ginsburg – Altfeld)
Produced by Joe Lubin
Featuring the “Adam Ross Orchestra”

YEAR-END CHARTS (1959):
Jennie Lee: Billboard #96

1960

Gas Money / Gotta Getta Date — Dot 16116 (EP) (July)

Jennie Lee / Gas Money / Gotta Getta Date / The Beat That Can’t Be Beat — Dot EP1097 (EP)

 

SINGLES

JAN & DEAN

1959

Jeanette Get Your Hair Done

Baby Talk / Jeanette, Get Your Hair Done — Doré 522 (May)
(Schwartz) / (Berry – Torrence – Altfeld)
Limited promo copies credited to “Jan & Arnie”
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
CHARTS: CASH BOX #7 — BILLBOARD #10 — R&B #28

There’s A Girl / My Heart Sings — Doré 531 (August)
(Alpert – Adler) / (Alpert – Adler)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
CHARTS: CASH BOX #80 — BILLBOARD #97

Clementine / You’re On My Mind — Doré 539 (November)
(Berry – Torrence) / (Berry – Altfeld)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
CHARTS: BILLBOARD #65 — CASH BOX #88

YEAR-END CHARTS (1959):
Baby Talk: Billboard #95

1960

White Tennis Sneakers / Cindy — Doré 548 (February)
(Schwartz) / (Berry – Torrence)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert

We Go Together / Rosie Lane — Doré 555 (May)
(Haims  -Stevens) / (Berry – Torrence – Altfeld)
Alternate spelling, “Rosilane”
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
CHARTS: CASH BOX #39 — BILLBOARD #53

Gee / Such A Good Night For Dreaming — Doré 576 (October)
(Davis – Watkins – Norton) / (Hunter – Mann)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
CHARTS: BILLBOARD #81

1961

Tomorrow's Teardrops

Judy’s An Angel / Baggy Pants — Doré 583 (January)
(Berry – Torrence – Altfeld) / (Roberts)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert

Tomorrow’s Teardrops / My Midsummer Night’s Dream — Ripple 6101 (February)
(Kaufman – Weil) / (Berry – Altfeld, spelled as “Barry – Altfelt”)
Jan Berry solo single, released as “Jan Barry”
Label design by Dean Torrence
Produced by Lou Adler

Heart and Soul

Heart and Soul / Those Words — Challenge 9111 – (April)
(Carmichael – Loesser) / (Adler – Berry)
Heart and Soul / Midsummer Night’s Dream — Challenge 9111 (May)
(Carmichael – Loesser) / (Berry – Altfeld)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler
Distributed by Warner Bros.
CHARTS: CASH BOX #16 — BILLBOARD #25 — #24 UK

Don’t Fly Away / Julie — Doré 610 (August)
(Pomus – Schuman) / (Ball – Moffitt)
Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert

Wanted, One Girl / Something a Little Bit Different — Challenge 9120 (September)
(Rubin – Koppleman – Keller) / (Adler – Berr y- Torrence)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler
Distributed by Warner Bros.
CHARTs: BILLBOARD #104

Four of the Challenge sides were later included on inconsequential exploitation LPs. These included (among others): Jan & Dean and the Satellites; The Heart and Soul of Jan & Dean and Friends; and Jan & Dean with the Soul Surfers

A Sunday Kind of Love

A Sunday Kind of Love / Poor Little Puppet — Liberty 55397 (November)
(Belle – Prima – Leonard – Rhodes) / (Greenfield – Keller)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler
CHARTS: BILLBOARD #95

1962

Tennessee / Your Heart Has Changed Its Mind — Liberty 55454 (April)
(Cason – Russell) / (Sedaka – Greenfield)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler and Snuff Garrett
CHARTS: BILLBOARD #69 — CASH BOX #83

My Favorite Dream / Who Put the Bomp — Liberty 55496 (August)
(Mann – Weil) / (Mann – Goffin)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler

Frosty (The Snow Man) / She’s Still Talkin’ Baby Talk — Liberty 55522 (November)
(Nelson – Rollins) / (Altfeld – Berry)
Arranged by Jan Berry
Produced by Lou Adler

ALBUMS

1960

The Jan & Dean Sound, 1960

THE JAN & DEAN SOUND — Doré 101 (March)

SIDE 1

  1. Clementine — (Berry – Torrence)
  2. Judy — (Berry – Torrence – Altfeld)
  3. My Heart Sings — (Alpert – Adler)
  4. Rosilane — (Berry – Torrence – Altfeld)
  5. Julie — (Bal l- Moffitt)
  6. Baby Talk — (Schwartz)

SIDE 2

  1. You’re On My Mind — (Berry – Altfeld)
  2. There’s A Girl — (Alpert – Adler)
  3. Jeanette — (Berry – Torrence – Altfeld)
  4. Cindy — (Berry – Torrence)
  5. Don’t Fly Away — (Lomus – Schuman)
  6. White Tennis Sneakers — (Schwartz)

Produced by Lou Adler and Herb Alpert
Engineer: Don Blake
Photos: Eddie Colbert
Cover:  Gene Lester

 

1962

Jan & Dean's Golden Hits

JAN & DEAN’S GOLDEN HITS — Liberty LRP-3248 (M) (August)
Re-released August 1965 — LRP-3248 (Mono — pink border on bottom of cover); LST-7248 (Stereo — pink border on top of cover)

SIDE 1

  1. Baby Talk — (Schwartz)
  2. We Go Together — (Haim s- Stevens)
  3. Palisades Park — (Barris)
  4. In A Turkish Town — (Valens)
  5. Who Put the Bomp — (Mann – Goffin)
  6. Heart and Soul —  (Carmichael – Loesser)

SIDE 2

  1. Barbara Ann — (Fassert)
  2. Poor Little Puppet — (Greenfield – Keller)
  3. Tennessee — (Cason – Russell)
  4. Queen of My Heart — (Venezuela – Quinones)
  5. A Sunday Kind of Love — (Belle – Prima – Leonard – Rhodes)
  6. Jennie Lee — (Berry – Ginsburg)

Produced by Lou Adler
Supervision: Snuff Garrett
Cover Design & Photography: Studio Five

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