|"Every Day of My Life"|
|Single by Bobby Vinton|
|from the album Ev'ry Day of My Life|
|B-side||"You Can Do It to Me Anytime"|
|Format||Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM|
|Songwriter(s)||Al Jacobs, Jimmie Crane|
|Bobby Vinton singles chronology|
The most widely successful version of the song was recorded in 1972 by Bobby Vinton and released on Epic Records. Vinton's version spent 16 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 24, while reaching No. 2 on Billboard's Easy Listening chart. It also reached No. 18 on Cash Box.
In Canada, the song reached No. 14 on the RPM 100, while reaching No. 32 on RPM Weekly's "The Programmers MOR Playlist". It was awarded "Most Played Award" for 1972 by the Juke Box Association of America as well.
The single release was Vinton's most successful single since the million-selling "I Love How You Love Me" in 1969, and spawned the album Ev'ry Day of My Life, which also charted on the Billboard Top LP's & Tape chart, peaking at #72. The LP Arranged and Produced by Jimmy "The Wiz" Wisner and Co-produced, recorded and mixed by Jim Reeves at Columbia Records, NYC in Studio B & C.
Two of the most successful versions of this song were recorded by Malcolm Vaughan and The McGuire Sisters. Malcolm Vaughan's version reached No. 5 on the United Kingdom's New Musical Express chart in 1955, while The McGuire Sisters version reached No. 37 on the US Billboard Top 100 and No. 33 Cash Box in 1956. Another version recorded was by Jerry Vale.
- Bobby Vinton - Chart History - The Hot 100, Billboard.com. Accessed October 13, 2015
- Bobby Vinton - Chart History - Adult Contemporary, Billboard.com. Accessed October 13, 2015
- Cash Box Top 100 Singles, April 22, 1972
- "RPM 100 Singles", RPM Weekly, Volume 17, Ed. 11, April 29, 1972. Accessed October 13, 2015
- "The RPM 100", RPM Weekly, Volume 17, Ed. 10, April 22, 1972. Accessed October 13, 2015
- "Top LP's & Tape", Billboard, May 20, 1972. p. 66. Accessed October 13, 2015
- Every Day of My Life - By: Malcolm Vaughan, MusicVF.com. Accessed October 13, 2015
- Joel Whitburn, "The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits", Billboard Publications, Inc., 1987. p. 202
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