|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Girl Watcher||10||Audio||1968||ABC Records|
|2||What A Wonderful World / Girl Watcher||2||Audio||1973||Roulette Records|
|3||Girl Watcher / Get On Up||2||Audio||Collectables|
|4||Love Machine||2||Audio||1968||ABC Records|
|5||Watch Out Girl||2||Audio||1970||Cotillion|
|6||What A Wonderful World / Girl Watcher||2||Audio||1973||Goldies 45|
|7||Girl Watcher||2||Audio||1968||ABC Records|
|8||What A Wonderful World / Girl Watcher||2||Audio||ABC Records|
|9||Girl Watcher||2||Audio||1968||Sparton Records|
|10||Watch Out Girl||4||Audio||1970||Cotillion|
|11||What A Wonderful World / Girl Watcher||2||Audio||ABC Records|
|12||Watch Out Girl||2||Audio||1970||Cotillion|
|14||Girl Watcher||2||Audio||1968||ABC Records|
|15||Girl Watcher / Deal Me In||2||Audio||Columbia Stateside|
The O'Kaysions are an American pop / blue-eyed soul group originally from Wilson, North Carolina.
Today, they are known as Beach Music artists. The group first formed under the name The Kays in 1959, and scored a Top 10 hit in the U.S. in 1968 with the tune "(I'm A) Girl Watcher" (#5 Pop, #6 R&B). It was their only major hit, and they released their full length album in 1969 entitled [i] The O'Kaysions [/i] on the ABC label.
The group still performs today with a different line-up. Wayne Pittman is the only original member remaining active in the band. He also serves as the manager of the group.
Donnie Weaver - vocals, organ
Wayne Pittman - guitar
Eddie Dement - trumpet
Gerald Toler - saxophone
Jimmy Hinnant - bass
Steve Watson - drums