ABOUTBritish Invasion singer-songwriter duo Roger ("David") Greenaway and Roger ("Jonathan") Cook. Best known songs include the romantic "Michelle" (1966) sung in both French and English. "Michelle" was originally written and recorded by the Beatles, and their version is perhaps the best remembered. Of all the remakes of "Michelle" released to date, however, the David and Jonathan version is the only one that made the Billboard Top 40.
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David And Jonathan
- I Know 1966
(B-side of "Speak Her Name")
- Michelle 1966
(This Beatles-penned song, which is sung in both French and English, also became a hit in 1966 for both Bud Shank and Billy Vaughn.)
- One Born Every Minute 1967
(B-side of "She's Leaving Home")
- She's Leaving Home 1967
- Speak Her Name 1966
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