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** He co-wrote and recorded "Love Will Keep Us Together" first, then Mac & Katie Kissoon did the first CoverVersion (which was a hit on the Dutch charts), before The Captain & Tennille turned it into their SignatureSong. But the ShoutOut that Toni Tennille gave during the fade out ("Sedaka's back!") reminded listeners where the song came from.

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** He co-wrote and recorded "Love Will Keep Us Together" first, then Mac & Katie Kissoon did the first CoverVersion (which was a hit on the Dutch charts), before The Captain & Tennille Music/CaptainAndTennille turned it into their SignatureSong. But the ShoutOut that Toni Tennille gave during the fade out ("Sedaka's back!") reminded listeners where the song came from.



* SignatureSong: "Breaking Up is Hard to Do".
** "Oh! Carol".

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* SignatureSong: "Breaking Up is Hard to Do".
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Do" and "Oh! Carol".


** Sedaka co-wrote and recorded "Rainy Jane" in 1969 but it sank without a trace. Two years later [[TheMonkees Davy Jones]] covered it and had his biggest solo hit.

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** Sedaka co-wrote and recorded "Rainy Jane" in 1969 but it sank without a trace. Two years later [[TheMonkees [[Music/TheMonkees Davy Jones]] covered it and had his biggest solo hit.


** He co-wrote and recorded "Love Will Keep Us Together" first, then Mac & Katie Kissoon did the first CoverVersion (which was a hit on the Dutch charts), before The Captain & Tennille turned into their SignatureSong. But the ShoutOut that Toni Tennille gave during the fade out ("Sedaka's back!") reminded listeners where the song came from.

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** He co-wrote and recorded "Love Will Keep Us Together" first, then Mac & Katie Kissoon did the first CoverVersion (which was a hit on the Dutch charts), before The Captain & Tennille turned it into their SignatureSong. But the ShoutOut that Toni Tennille gave during the fade out ("Sedaka's back!") reminded listeners where the song came from.


* CoveredUp: He was the first to record "It Hurts To Be In Love" but his label rejected it. Gene Pitney took the backing track and recorded his own vocal, and wound up having a hit.

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He was the first to record "It Hurts To Be In Love" but his label rejected it. Gene Pitney took the backing track and recorded his own vocal, and wound up having a hit.


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** He co-wrote and recorded "Love Will Keep Us Together" first, then Mac & Katie Kissoon did the first CoverVersion (which was a hit on the Dutch charts), before The Captain & Tennille turned into their SignatureSong. But the ShoutOut that Toni Tennille gave during the fade out ("Sedaka's back!") reminded listeners where the song came from.

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* NarmCharm: He sings the Hebrew versions of his songs ‘Oh! Carol!’ and ‘You Mean Everything to Me’ with a really thick American accent, but thanks to a very eloquent translation (albeit using some flowery language) it comes off at least as somewhat endearing.

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* CoveredUp: He was the first to record "It Hurts To Be In Love" but his label rejected it. Gene Pitney took the backing track and recorded his own vocal, and wound up having a hit.
** Sedaka co-wrote and recorded "Rainy Jane" in 1969 but it sank without a trace. Two years later [[TheMonkees Davy Jones]] covered it and had his biggest solo hit.

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* SignatureSong: "Breaking Up is Hard to Do".
** "Oh! Carol".

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