The Shirelles have been a sensation since they started to indulge in music, producing hit after hit under the mentorship of Luther Dixon who was their mentor-cum-producer. They were wired differently from other female groups of the time, unlike them, they jotted down their own songs. They took the charts by a landslide with their marvelous working relationship with Greenberg and Dixon, thus creating a winning formula.
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They ensured that they are in history books, by being the first ever black female group to top the charts with a single and the second all female group, after McGuirre Sisters in 1958, to ever hit the number one spot.
Up until now, their songs are still popular among YouTube users though they are way past their heydays. A quick search on Shirelles YouTube reveals that there are still many people who are hypnotized by the lyrics and vocals of The Shirelles’ songs. Here is a list of popular songs by The Shirelles with the most YouTube views.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
This track is one of the top songs that The Shirelles ever sung. The song was co-written by Gerry Goffin and Carol King. The interesting bit, is that at first, The Shirelles were not comfortable recording it as they felt at the time that the song was too ‘white’ for them.
After much deliberation, Luther Dixon finally convinced the girls to record it with an agreement that the title will be changed from Tomorrow to Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow. The rest as it is said, is a pure gem in history. The song went on to propel the group to stardom by topping the charts.
As it stands, the song boasts of more than 300,000 views on YouTube. There are several renditions and covers released through the platform, which include a more recent one which was done by the founders of The Shirelles.
Baby It’s You
This song was written by Mack David, Luther Dixon (He hid under the Barnely Williams pseudonym) and Burt Bacharach. The Shirelles recorded it in 1961 and it proved to be an instant hit.
The Beatles also went ahead to record it. It went to be number three on the R&B charts and also did well on the Billboard Top 100 reaching number 8.
Thanks to the many renditions which have been made by several artists, the song has more than 400,000 views on YouTube currently.
Dedicated To The One I Love
Doris was the lead singer of this 1957 remake song which was originally recorded by ‘The 5 Royales’. It was first released to the public in 1958, before it went on to be reissued in 1961.
It was Gold certified by the time it took the charts by a storm after its second release in 1961. It made a grand entrance to the Billboard Hot 100 and it went all the way up, making it to the number three spot on the charts.
Fans can still recall the beautiful vocals and lyrics which made them fall in love with the song in the first place. To prove the love and immortality, the song has more than 400,000 views on YouTube.
This single was co-written in 1962 by both Florence Greenberg and Luther Dixon. Thanks to the indomitable strength in the vocals of the girls, the song was propelled to astounding heights of success by fusing pop with country music to create an awesome song.
After the release, the song lived up to the girl’s legacy and expectation by hitting the coveted number one spot in the charts. This went on to become The Shirelles second song to achieve such an amazing feat.