List of songs written by Mack Rice

This is a list of songs written by Mack Rice.

Chart hits and other notable songs written by Mack Rice

Year Song Original artist U.S. Pop[1] U.S. R&B[2] UK Singles Chart Other notable versions, and notes
1963 "Take This Love I've Got" The Falcons - - - Written by Eddie Floyd, Mack Rice, and Wilson Pickett
1965 "Mustang Sally" Mack Rice - 15 - 1966: Wilson Pickett, #23 US, #6 R&B
1966 ""Betcha Can't Kiss Me (Just One Time)" Ike & Tina Turner - - -
1967 "Got to Be On (The Case)" Johnnie Mae Matthews - - - Written by Mack Rice, Johnny Gibson, and Carlis Monroe
"I Call You Lover But You Ain't Nothin' But a Tramp" Margie Hendrix - - -
"Sophisticated Sissy" Rufus Thomas - 43 - Written by Isaac Hayes, David Porter, Mack Rice, and Joe Shamwell
1968 "The Memphis Train" Rufus Thomas - - - Written by Rufus Thomas, Mack Rice, and Willie Sparks
"You Got to Change (Your Evil Ways)" Leah Dawson - - -
1969 "Coal Man" Mack Rice - 48 -
1971 "Blood is Thicker Than Water" Eddie Floyd - 33 - Written by Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, and Mack Rice
"Do the Funky Penguin" Rufus Thomas 44 11 - Written by Jo Bridges, Rufus Thomas, Mack Rice, and Joe Nixon
"I Can Smell That Funky Music" Eric Mercury - - - Written by Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, and Mack Rice
#30 Canada
"Respect Yourself" The Staple Singers 12 2 - Written by Luther Ingram and Mack Rice
1984: Kane Gang #21 UK
1987: Bruce Willis #5 US, #20 R&B, #7 UK
1973 "Cheaper to Keep Her" Johnnie Taylor 15 2 -
1974 "Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin'" Albert King - - -
1976 "Cadillac Assembly Line" Albert King - 40 -

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2003). Top Pop Singles 1955-2002 (1st ed.). Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin: Record Research Inc. ISBN 0-89820-155-1.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (1996). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-1995. Record Research.