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Chris Clark

Chris Clark (born 1946 in Los Angeles. T.V. writer since 1969. Co-wrote the screenplay for "Lady Sings The Blues")

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AL?) - 7-65-F8 (H.T) (2:49) - Sweeter As The Days Go BY  - 1965 (10" one sided acetate plays at 45rpm -- this is the original unreleased version of this song -- label has RECOAT written over it four times with thick black felt pen followed by MASTER written in smaller letters also in felt pen. Unfortunately the Black felt pen obscures rest of the information typed on the label hence the (AL?))  song was co-written by Frank Wilson.

Connie Clark

Joker 716 - My Sugar Baby / (Instrumental) – 1966

Chris Clark

V.I.P. 25031 - Do Right Baby, Do Right / Don't Be Too Long* - 1966 *vocal accompaniment credited to The Lewis Sisters.
Test Pressing American Record Pressing Co. - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) / Don't Be Too Long  - 1966 (unissued test pressing info on label has --- Label V.I.P. --- Artist Chris Clark --- Record No. VIP 25034 --- Master No. 187313 for "A" side and Master No. 169302 for "flip" side --- Date 4-7-66 --- also on label two X's)
V. I. P. 25034 - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) / Don't Be Too Long - 1966 (unreleased) The Velvelettes "These Things Will Keep Me Loving You / Since You've Been Loving Me" was released on this number. 
 
V.I.P. 25038 - Love's Gone Mad / Love's Gone Mad - 1966 (incorrect title - promo issue only)
V.I.P. 25038 - Love's Gone Mad / Put Yourself In My Place- 1966 (incorrect title - pulled shortly after release)
V.I.P. 25038 - Love's Gone Bad* / Put Yourself In My Place - 1966 *also released in 1967 by The Underdogs on V.I.P. 25040 - some copies issued on red vinyl.
Larrabee Sound Studios (No #) - I Want To Go Back There Again - 1966 (10" mono one sided acetate - has title, Jobete Music and address (6811 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles. California  657-6750) on label)
V.I.P. 25041 - I Want To Go Back There Again / I Want To Go Back There Again - 1967 (promo issue only) also released in 1971 by Thelma Houston on Mowest 5008 and in 1983 by Charlene on Motown 1663.
V.I.P. 25041 - I Want To Go Back There Again* / I Love You - 1967
 *co-written by Berry Gordy and Chris Clark.
Motown 1114 - From Head To Toe / From Head To Toe - 1967 (Promo Issue Only)
Motown 1114 - From Head To Toe / Beginning Of The End – 1967
Motown 1121 - Whisper You Love Me Boy / Whisper You Love Me Boy - 1968 (promo issue only) originally released in 1964 by Mary Wells on Motown 1065.
Motown 1121 - Whisper You Love Me Boy / The Beginning Of The End* - 1968 *also released in 1969 by Diana Ross & The Supremes on Motown 1146.

Lp's 

Motown 664 - Soul Sounds - May 1967 (mono)
Tracks: I Want To Go Back There Again / Love's Gone Bad / Born To Love You Baby / If You Should Walk Away / Whisper You Love Me Boy / Got To Get You Into My Life /// Day By Day Or Never / From Head To Toe / Do Right Baby Do Right / Until You Love Someone / Put Yourself In My Place / Sweeter As The Days Go By.

Motown Mos-664 - Soul Sounds - January 1968 (stereo)
Tracks: I Want To Go Back There Again / Love's Gone Bad / Born To Love You Baby / If You Should Walk Away / Whisper You Love Me Boy / Got To Get You Into My Life /// Day By Day Or Never / From Head To Toe / Do Right Baby Do Right / Until You Love Someone / Put Yourself In My Place / Sweeter As The Days Go By.

Weed 801 - C.C. Rides Again - 1969
Tracks: C.C. Rider / Spinning Wheel / How About You / Good Morning Starshine / With A Little Help From My Friends /// One / In The Ghetto / Can I See You In The Morning / You've Made Me So Very Happy / Get Back.

Trivia

Weed was a Motown label. Chris' album "C.C. Rides Again" was the only album issued on Weed. The white label promo of this album boldly reads Weed A trademark of Motown Record Corp. Weed's slogan was 'All your favorite artists are on Weed.'

Discography by Bosko Asanovic, with additions by Brett Ruland