Wally Gold

Personal name
Walter Gold
May 15, 1928
June 7, 1998
United States
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Singer, songwriter, record producer and music business executive. After leaving the music business, Gold worked as a travel agent until his death.
Member of
The Four Esquires


Added by Bastien

Songs written by Wally Gold

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Because They're Young Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder, Don Costa James Darren PRF,BRD,REL, Duane Eddy and The Rebels REC March 1960 Covered by (15 artists)
Evergreen Tree Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Jimmie Rodgers [US2] 1960 Covered by (11 artists)
Follow Me Wally Gold The Four Esquires July 1956 Covered by (2 artists)
Golden Boy Wally Gold, Jimmy Krondes Vic Dana June 1961 Covered by Tony Brady
Good Luck Charm Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires October 15, 1961 Covered by (96 artists)
Half Heaven Half Heartache Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder, George Goehring Ral Donner REC, Gene Pitney REL 1961 Covered by (8 artists)
Hither and Thither and Yon Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Brook Benton January 1960 Covered by Mighty Sparrow
In Your Arms Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires March 12, 1961 Covered by (6 artists)
It's My Party Wally Gold, John Gluck, Seymour Gottlieb, Herbert Weiner Helen Shapiro with Grady Martin and The Jordanaires REC, Lesley Gore - Arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman REL February 18, 1963 Covered by (70 artists)
Ladder of Love Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Roger Douglass 1960 Covered by Larry Hall [US1]
Look Homeward, Angel Wally Gold The Four Esquires - Orchestra and Chorus directed by Ben Bennett March 1956 Covered by (6 artists)
Lucky Devil Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Carl Dobkins, Jr. November 1959 Covered by (2 artists)
Take Me Tonight Roy Alfred, Aaron Schroeder, Wally Gold Gene Pitney March 20, 1961 Unverified
Wild Cat Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder Gene Vincent August 15, 1959 Covered by (7 artists)
Your Happiest Years Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder The Delicates February 1960 Covered by Roger Douglass

Adapted songs