WHO HAD THE EARLIEST HIT VERSION OF THESE SONGS?

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Can you name the ACTS WITH THE EARLIEST HIT VERSION OF THESE SONGS??

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Song Title & Possible answers:Earliest Hit Version by:
Crimson & Clover: Tommy James / Joan Jett
You've Got a Friend: Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway / James Taylor
Mack the Knife: Louis Armstrong / Bobby Darin
Soothe Me: Sims Twins / Sam & Dave
Unchained Melody: Al Hibbler/ Righteous Brothers
Emotion: Destiny's Child / Samantha Sang
Spanish Harlem: Aretha Franklin / Ben E King
I Say a Little Prayer: Aretha Franklin / Dionne Warwick
Fantastic Voyage: Coolio / Lakeside
Ain't No Mountain High Enough: Diana Ross/ Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
We've Got Tonite: Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton / Bob Seger
How Can I Be Sure: David Cassidy / Young Rascals
Hooked on a Feeling: B. J. Thomas / Blue Swede
Shoop Shoop Song (It's in his Kiss): Cher/ Betty Everett
I Can Hear Music: Beach Boys / Ronettes
Walk Away Renee: Left Banke / Four Tops
Blue Moon: Marcels / Elvis Presley
I Heard it through the Grapevine: Gladys Knight & the Pips / Marvin Gaye
Baby It's You: Beatles/ Shirelles
As Tears go By: Marianne Faithfull / Rolling Stones
Venus: Shocking Blue / Bananarama
Reach Out I'll Be There: Diana Ross / Gloria Gaynor
I Go To Rio: Pablo Cruise / Peter Allen
You've Made Me So Very Happy: Brenda Holloway / Blood, Sweat & Tears
I Drove All Night: Cyndi Lauper/ Roy Orbison

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