The O'Kaysions


The O'Kaysions didn't have many hits, but the North Carolina sextet's energetic "Girl Watcher" remains a staple on the

Carolina/Georgia/Florida beach circuit. The song actually did a bit better on the pop side, reaching number five there, as opposed

to number six R&B. It was their only chart tune for ABC in 1968. Lead singer Donny Weaver,Ron Turner,Jim Spidel,Wayne

Pittman,Jimmy Hennant and Bruce Joyner began as the Kays




About Time - Chicago
Ain't Too Proud to Beg - Temptations
Baby I Need Your Lovin' - Four Tops
Carolina Girls - Chairmen of the Board
Girl Watcher - The O'Kaysions
Hold Back the Night - Tramps
If You Don't Know Me By Now - Blue Notes
It's Alright - Impressions
Little Miss Flirt - The O'Kaysions
Miss Grace - Platters
My Girl - Temptations
My Guy - Mary Wells
Part-time Party Man - Futures
Since I Lost My Baby - Temptations
Stand By Me - Ben E. King
Under The Boardwalk - Drifters
Up On the Roof - Drifters
What Does It Take - Junior Walker
With This Ring - Platters
Workin' My Way Back to You - Spinners
You Send Me - Sam Cooke

Pop/Rock/Rhythm & Blues
Always - Atantic Star
Always and Forever - Heat Wave
Baby Love - Supremes
Back In Love - LTD
Because You Loved Me - Celine Dion
Brickhouse - Commadores
Carribean Queen - Billy Ocean
Celebration - Kool and the Gang
Easy - Lionel Richie
Electric Slide - Miami Sound Machine
Have You Seen Her - Chilites
I Feel Good - James Brown
I Wanna Be Rich - Cameo
Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd
Living In America - James Brown
Midnight Train to Georgia - Gladys Knight & the Pips
Mustang Sally - Wilson Picket
Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin
Old Time Rock and Roll - Bob Segar
Oooh Baby, Baby - Linda Ronststadt
Respect - Aretha Franklin
Shout - Isley Brothers
Sing A Song - Earth, Wind & Fire
Soul Man - Blues Brothers
Stop, In the Name of Love - Supremes
The Twist - Chubby Checker
Tracks of My Tears - Smokey Robinson
Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers
When a Man Loves a Woman - Percy Sledge
Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler
You're Gonna Miss My Lovin' - Lou Rawls