My Elusive Dreams - Other Versions

Other Versions

Putman's version of the song was released via ABC Records in July 1967, peaking at #41 on the Hot Country Singles charts and #34 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. Putman's version of the song made its chart debut on the chart dated for July 8, 1967, one week before the Houston-Wynette version.

A third version, recorded by Johnny Darrell, debuted on the country music charts dated for July 22, 1967, released through United Artists Records. This version spent three weeks on the charts and peaked at #73.

Roger Miller recorded a cover in 1968, and in 1970, Bobby Vinton took his version of "My Elusive Dreams" which was also the title to his album of the same name to #27 on the country charts and #46 on the pop charts. Andy Williams released a version in 1974 on his album, You Lay So Easy on My Mind. In 1975, Charlie Rich took the song again onto the country and pop charts this time taking it to #3 on the country charts and #49 on the pop charts.

Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood recorded one version, and so did The Everly Brothers.

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