About Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now

"Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now" is a popular song written by Milton Kellem, and published in 1951. Originally written in English, it has been done in several styles and tempos. The very first known recorded version was released in 1951, by Roy Hogsed. The "original" version, recorded by Teresa Brewer with Orchestra directed by Ray Bloch on January 10, 1952, was released by Coral Records as catalog number 60676 on April 5, 1952. It reached number 25 on the Billboard charts. It was done in a "Swing" style, with big band backing (including mouth harp). Patience and Prudence had more success with the song when they recorded it in 1956 reaching number 11 on the chart. This is considered the benchmark version, by which all others are judged, due to the intimate harmony of the two young singers. This version brightened the melody somewhat, and later artists followed the brighter version, as did Brewer when she recorded an album version in 1964 in a semi-Caribbean style.


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Two other versions hit the US chart in 1964 as sung by Tracey Dey (peaking at number 51) and Skeeter Davis (peaking at number 48).more »


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Patience and Prudence Patience Ann McIntyre (born August 15, 1942) and Prudence Ann McIntyre (born July 12, 1945), known professionally as Patience and Prudence, are two sisters who were a young vocal duo active from 1956 to 1964. more »