You Don’t Know Me

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“You Don’t Know Me” was first recorded by Arnold that year and released as a single on April 21, 1956 on RCA Victor. The first version of the song to make the Billboard charts was by Jerry Vale in 1956, peaking at #14 on the pop chart. Arnold’s version charted two months later, released as an RCA Victor single, 47-6502, backed with “The Rockin’ Mockin’ Bird”, which reached #10 on the Billboard country chart. Cash Box magazine, which combined all best-selling versions at one position, included a version by Carmen McRae that never appeared in the Billboard Top 100 Sides listing.The best-selling version of the song is by Ray Charles, who took it to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1962, after releasing the song on his #1 album Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music. This version also topped the ” Easy listening ” chart for three weeks in 1962, and was used in the 1993 comedy film Groundhog Day. The song also became the twelfth number one country hit for Mickey Gilley in 1981.The song has been performed or recorded by hundreds of artists, including Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. Charles re-recorded the song with Diana Krall on his #1 album of duets, Genius Loves Company, the only song common to both of Charles’ two #1 albums. It was sung by Meryl Streep in the 1990 movie Postcards from the Edge, and by John Legend in an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Robert Downey Jr also performs this song as Blake Allen in the James Toback movie Two Girls and a Guy. Lizzy Caplan performs this song as Virginia Johnson in the 2013 Showtime series ” Masters of Sex;Contents;1 Notable recorded versions;2 Chart performance;2.1 Eddy Arnold;2.2 Ray Charles;2.3 Elvis Presley;2.4 Mickey Gilley;3 References;4 External links;Notable recorded versions This article may contain excessive, poor, or irrelevant examples. Please improve the article by adding more descriptive text and removing less pertinent examples. See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for further suggestions. (February 2011);Eddy Arnold (1955);Jerry Vale (1956);Lenny Welch (1960);Patti Page (1961) on album Somethin’ Country;Ray Charles (1962), (2004) on albums Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music and Genius Loves Company;Jackie Wilson (1965) on album Spotlight On Jackie Wilson and on the soundtrack of Two Girls And A Guy;Jan Howard (1964);The Band (1964) on album Crossing the Great Divide;Manfred Mann (1965) on album Mann Made;Ricky Nelson (1965) on album Best Always;Elvis Presley (1967);Bette Midler (1977) on album Broken Blossom;Kenny Loggins (1977) on album Celebrate Me Home;Mickey Gilley (1981);Juice Newton (1984) on the album Can’t Wait All Night;Richard Manuel (1985) on album Whispering Pines: Live at the Getaway;Bob James & David Sanborn (1986) on album Double Vision;The Heptones (1986) on CD Changing Times;Don McLean (1989) on album For the Memories Vols I & II;Israel Kamakawiwo’ole (1990) on album Ka ‘Ano’i;Charlie Rich (1992) on album Pictures And Paintings;Emmylou Harris (1993) on album Cowgirl’s Prayer;Allen Toussaint (1994) on album Bluesiana Hot Sauce;Diane Schuur and B.B. King (1994) on album Heart To Heart;Van Morrison (1995) on album Days Like This (duet with his daughter Shana Morrison);David Sanborn (1995) on album Love Songs;Steven Houghton (1997) on album Steven Houghton;Jann Arden (1997) for the soundtrack of My Best Friend’s Wedding;Patricia Barber (2000) on album nightclub;Anne Murray (2002) on album Country Croonin;Janis Siegel (2003) on album Friday Night Special;Michael Bolton (2003);Harry Connick Jr (2004) on album Only You;Peter Cincotti (2004);Michael Buble (2005) on album It’s Time (listen (help

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