Song Artist/Date/Label Remade by
Each And Every Day (aka Daytime Night-Time) Manfred Mann 1966
(rel. 10-7-66)
Mercury 72629
Keith Hampshire
Early Morning Rain Gordon Lightfoot 12-64
on lp United Artists 6487 Lightfoot! (1966)
Ian & Sylvia, Peter, Paul & Mary, George Hamilton IV, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Gordon Lightfoot (1975 for Reprise)
Easy Come, Easy Go Mama Cass 1969
on lp Dunhill 50055 Bubble Gum, Lemonade &...Something For Mama
Bobby Sherman
Easy To Be Hard Suzannah Evans, Linda Compton & Paul Jabara 10-30-67
on lp RCA Victor 1143 Off-Broadway Hair cast
Lynn Kellogg, 3 Dog Night, Cheryl Barnes
Ebb Tide Robert (aka Bobby) Maxwell 3-53
Mercury 70177
Frank Chacksfield (5-53), Vic Damone, Roy Hamilton, Bobby Freeman, Lenny Welch, Righteous Bros.
The album containing Maxwell's original, The Harp In Hi-Fi (Mercury MG20138), credits him as Bobby.

Echo Park Buzz Clifford 1969
on lp Dot 25965 See Your Way Clear
Keith Barbour (2-12-69)
Barbour's session for the song was done close to when Clifford cut his, and both versions inlcuded many of the same musicians.

88 Lines About 48 Women Nails 1981
on 12" ep Jimboco/City Beat 111
Nails (1984 for RCA)
El Condor pasa Orquesta del Zoológico 8-27-17
Victor 69903
Los Incas, Simon & Garfunkel, Andy Williams
Daniel Robles composed the song in 1913 and, although it had been performed live, it appears not have been recorded until 1917.

Simon & Garfunkel's version (with new lyrics by Paul Simon) used Los Incas's recording for their music background. .

El Rancho Rock see Allá En El Rancho Grande
Eli's Comin (aka Eli's Coming) Laura Nyro 1-3-68
Columbia 44531
3 Dog Night
Elvira Dallas Frazier 10-4-65
Capitol 5560
Oak Ridge Boys
"Elvira" certainly has elements of the Coasters' 1957 hit "Searchin'."

End Is Not In Sight, The Jesse Winchester 1974
on lp Bearsville 6953 Learn To Love It
Amazing Rhythm Aces
Endlessly Johnnie Ray 1-58
Columbia 41162
Brook Benton
Entertainer, The Scott Joplin 1902
piano roll
Joshua Rifkin, Marvin Hamlisch
Eve Of Destruction P.F. Sloan 1965
on lp Dunhill 50004 Songs Of Our Times
Barry McGuire (7-15-65, 1990), Turtles, P.F. Sloan (2006 for Hightone)
This entry is a bit slippery as it's likely that Sloan's recording was his demo—although it's not labeled as such on the album—that happened to get issued. He has stated he wrote "Eve Of Destruction" 1964, so his version certainly predated McGuire's hit. I include this for historical perspective.

As to whether the Turtles' recording preceded Barry McGuire's, Turtles member Howard Kaylan has said theirs was deliberately different from his, implying they had heard it.

Everglades Skeets McDonald 11-19-59
Columbia 41667
Kingston Trio (4-19-60)
Everlovin' Dave Burgess & Chimes 11-15-59
Challenge 59045
Rick Nelson (7-20-61)
Jimmy Seals and Dash Crofts (later known as Seals & Crofts) went by The Chimes when they did studio vocal work. At the time of Burgess's recording, they were part of the Champs (of "Tequila" fame).

Every Beat Of My Heart Royals (aka Midnighters) 1952
Federal 12064
Gladys Knight & Pips (also as by the Pips)
Every Day Of My Life Denise Lor 1954
Majar 135
McGuire Sisters, Bobby Vinton
Every Little Bit Hurts Brenda Holloway c. 1963 (cut for Donna)
on CD Del-Fi 71266 Del-Fi Girl Groups (1999)
Brenda Holloway (1964 for Tamla)
Everybody Loves Somebody Peggy Lee 11-20-47
Capitol 15151
Frank Sinatra (12-4-47), Dean Martin
Everybody's Talkin (Echoes) Fred Neil 10-17-66
Capitol 2256
Spanky & Our Gang (as "Echoes"), Nilsson (11-8-67), Beautiful South
Following the success of Nilsson's version, Fred Neil's original was reissued on a 1969 45 (Capitol 2604), minus the "Echoes" subtitle.

Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby Rex Griffin 3-2-36
Decca 5294
Roy Newman, Rex Griffin (1944 for World), Carl Perkins, Beatles, Johnny Cash
Everyday I Have The Blues Pine Top (Sparks) 7-28-35
Bluebird 6125
Memphis Slim (as "Nobody Loves Me"), Lowell Fulson (many times), Joe Williams (many times), B. B. King (many times)
Everytime You Go Away Hall & Oates 1980
on lp RCA 3646 Voices
Paul Young
Evil Ways Willie Bobo 7-27-67
Verve 10550
Santana (5-12-69), Village Callers
"Evil Ways" was written by Willie Bobo's guitarist Sonny Henry. Initial pressings of Santana's hit (and album) erroneously credited Jimmy Zack, who had a different song with that title in 1960 (American 102). Also see the entry for "Jin-Go-Lo-Ba" for another Santana composer credit error.

Evil Woman Guy Darrell 1967 (rel. 9-67)
UK Piccadilly 35406
Canned Heat (9-6-67), Lou Rawls, Spooky Tooth, Troggs, Larry Weiss, Quiet Riot
Canned Heat had recorded the song in April, 1967 but that version remains unreleased.

John Mayall, Crow, Black Sabbath and Electric Light Orchestra had various songs titled "Evil Woman," all different compositions from Guy Darrell and Canned Heat's (written by Larry Weiss).

Eyesight To The Blind Sonny Boy Williamson (Aleck "Rice" Miller)  1-4-51
Trumpet 129
Sonny Boy Williamson (3-12-51, 1957 for Checker as "Born Blind"), The Who, Mose Allison
Williamson recorded the song twice in 1951, both issued on Trumpet 129. The later take pressing includes the suffix "2" on the matrix notation.

The Who's version was the only non-original on their album Tommy.

Eyi Wala Dong (aka That Happy Feeling) Guy Warren (aka Kofi Ghanaba) 1957
on lp Decca 8446 Africa Speaks America Answers
Dick Jacobs & His Skiffle Group (as "An African's Prayer"), Bert Kaempfert
Ghana native Kofi Ghanaba came to the US around 1955. Under the name Guy Warren, he composed and recorded a number of albums that combined African percussion and American jazz. "Eyi Wala Dong" translates to "My Thanks To God," which explains the alternate title. Warren's original was subsequently issued on a single (Decca 30352) as "An African's Prayer (Eyi Wala Dong)."