Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) - Other Versions

Other Versions

Other versions of "Que SerĂ¡, SerĂ¡" include:

  • Connie Francis (USA 1962)
  • The High Keys (Atco 6268) (USA June 1963) USA #48 (September 1963)
  • Los Moonlights (RCA) (Mexico 1964)
  • Earl Royce & the Olympics (Columbia) (UK 1964) (Tower 137) (USA 1965)
  • P.J. Proby as "Whatever Will Be" (Liberty LRP-3406/LST-7406) (UK 1964)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (Liberty) (USA 1965 & 1969)
  • The Lords (Columbia) (West Germany 1965)
  • Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band (Piccadilly 7N 35346) b/w "All I Need", (UK #43, April 1966) and (#43 October 1966)
  • The Shirelles (Scepter 12150) (USA 1966)
  • Mary Hopkin produced by Paul McCartney (Apple 1823) (USA June 1970)
  • Sly and the Family Stone (Columbia Epic KE 32134) (USA June 1973)
  • Natalie Cole (Capitol SKBL-11709) (USA 1978)
  • K Foundation Presents the Red Army Choir as 'K Cera Cera' (NMC Music Ltd.) (Israel & Palestine 1993)
  • Holly Cole Don't Smoke in Bed (1993) (Manhattan imprint of Capital Records)
  • Pink Martini (Heinz Records) (USA 1997)
  • Andrew Liles (Infraction INFX 006) (USA 2003)
  • Wax Tailor (Lab'Oratoire Le Plan) (France 2004)
  • Melinda Schneider, Australian singer, for her Doris Day tribute album, Melinda Does Doris
  • Corinne Bailey Rae performed an extended live version on her Grammy Award winning The Love EP (Capitol 2011)
  • The Raes (Canada 1977)

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