|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Unchained Melody||3||Audio||1990||Verve Records|
|2||Two By Two||24||Audio||1973||MGM Records|
|4||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' / Unchained Melody||2||Audio||1969|
|5||You've Lost That Loving Feeling / (You're My) Soul And Inspiration||2||Audio||Polydor|
|6||Unchained Melody||2||Audio||1990||Verve Records|
|7||He / He Will Break Your Heart||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|9||Unchained Melody - The Very Best Of||12||Audio||1990||Verve Records|
|10||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' / There's A Woman||2||Audio||1964||London Records|
|11||Right Now!||12||Audio||1963||Moonglow (2)|
|12||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' / There's A Woman||2||Audio||1964||Philles Records|
|13||Unchained Melody||3||Audio||1990||Verve Records|
|15||Rock And Roll Heaven / I Just Wanna Be Me||2||Audio||1974-09-24||Capitol Records|
|16||Just Once In My Life||2||Audio||1965||Philles Records|
|17||Give It To The People||10||Audio||1974|
|18||You're My Soul And Inspiration||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|19||(You're My) Soul And Inspiration / B Side Blues||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|20||Ebb Tide / (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons||2||Audio||1965||Philles Records|
|21||You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling / Ebb Tide||2||Audio||1990|
|22||This Is New!||10||Audio||1965||Moonglow (2)|
|23||Unchained Melody / Hung On You||2||Audio||1965||Philles Records|
|24||White Cliffs Of Dover / She's Mine, All Mine||2||Audio||1966||Philles Records|
|25||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'||11||Audio||1965|
|26||Just Once In My Life||11||Audio||1965|
|27||Back To Back||11||Audio||1966|
|28||The Sons Of Mrs. Righteous||10||Audio||1975|
|29||The Sons Of Mrs. Righteous||10||Audio||1975|
|31||Island In The Sun||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|32||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'||11||Audio||1967||Sonet|
|34||Things Didn't Go Your Way||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|35||Stranded In The Middle Of No Place||2||Audio||1967||Verve Records|
|36||You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling / Unchained Melody||2||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|37||Dream On / Dr. Rock And Roll||2||Audio||1974||Capitol Records|
|38||Melancholy Music Man||2||Audio||1967||Verve Records|
|39||Along Came Jones||2||Audio||1967||Verve Records|
|40||On This Side Of Goodbye||2||Audio||1966||Verve Records|
|42||Give It To The People||2||Audio||1974||Haven Records|
|43||Dream On||2||Audio||1974||Haven Records|
|44||Unchained Melody - The Very Best Of||12||Audio||1990|
|45||For Your Love / Gotta Tell You How I Feel||2||Audio||1965||Moonglow (2)|
|46||Greatest Hits||12||Audio||Verve Records|
|47||You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling||3||Audio||1990||Polydor|
|49||You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' / Unchained Melody||2||Audio||1986||BR Music|
|50||You've Lost That Loving Feeling / Unchained Melody||2||Audio||Pink Elephant|
William Medley: born 19 September 1940, in Los Angeles, USA.
Bobby Hatfield: born 10 August 1940, in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, USA / died: 5 November 2003, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
The Righteous Brothers were born in 1963, and were the two
remaining members of the vocal group, [a=Paramours, The].
They're probably best known for two tracks "Unchained Melody" and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' ". The latter being written and produced by legendary producer [a=Phil Spector] from 1964, which many critics deem to be the pinnacle of Spectors' producing career.
In order for Lovin' Feelin's success, many believe it can be attributed to the fact the playing time was listed on the original promo's sent to radio stations as 3:05 --because Spector refused to shorten the track-- which was lower that it's actual playing time of nearer 4 minutes at 3:45. This is because at that time many stations would program shows to fit-in with ad-breaks so wouldn't play anything longer than around 3 minutes long.
Also, British pop artist [a=Cilla Black] released a version in Christmas 1964, before the original version was released in the UK, which furthermore attracted media attention.
All this happening despite the US being in the middle of Beatlemania and the British Invasion.
In 1999, the performing-rights organization Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) announced that it was the most-played song of the 20th century. Additionally, the song was chosen as one of the Songs Of The Century by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2003 (Performer).