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Albums

Spanish Harlem (1961, Atco) US: #57 UK: #30
Ben E. King Sings for Soulful Lovers (1962)
Don't Play That Song! (1962)
Young Boy Blues (1964)
Ben E. King's Greatest Hits (1964)
Seven Letters (1965)
What Is Soul (1967) (not issued in the U.S.)
Rough Edges (1970, Maxwell)
The Beginning of It All (1972, Mandala)
Supernatural (1975, Atlantic) US: #39
I Had a Love (1976)
Rhapsody (1976)
Let Me Live in Your Life (1978)
Music Trance (1980)
Street Tough (1980)
Save the Last Dance for Me (1987, EMI-Manhattan)
Stand by Me: The Ultimate Collection (1987, Atlantic) UK: #14
What's Important to Me (1991, Ichiban)
Anthology (1993, Rhino)
Shades of Blue (1993, Half Note)
I Have Songs in My Pocket (1998, Bobby Susser)
The Very Best of Ben E. King (1998, Rhino) UK: #15
Eleven Best (2001, Cleopatra)
Person To Person: Live At The Blue Note (2003, Half Note)
Soul Masters (2005, Digital Music Group)
I've Been Around (2006, True Life)
Love Is Gonna Get You (2007, Synergy)
Heart & Soul (2010รข??2011, CanAm Records)

Other albums

Benny and Us (1977) US: #33 (Average White Band & Ben E. King)
The Atlantic Family Live in Montreux (1977) (A recording involving the Average White Band and other artists)
Soul Meeting (1968) (as a member of the Soul Clan)
[edit]Singles with The Drifters
"There Goes My Baby" (1959) R&B: #1 US: #2
"Oh My Love (1959)
"Dance With Me" (1959) R&B: #2 US: #15 UK: #17
"This Magic Moment" (1960) R&B: #4 US: #16
"Lonely Winds" (1960) R&B: #9 US: #54
"Save The Last Dance For Me" (1960) R&B: #1 US: #1 UK: #2
"Nobody But Me" (1960)
"I Count the Tears" (1960) US: #17 UK: #28
"Sometimes I Wonder" (1962)

Solo singles

"Brace Yourself (1960, Atco)
"Show Me the Way" (1960, Atco)
"A Help Each Other (1960, Atlantic) with Lavern Baker
"How Often" (1960, Atlantic) with Lavern Baker
"Spanish Harlem (1961, Atco) R&B: #15 US: #10
"First Taste of Love" (1961) US: #53 UK: #27 (b-side of "Spanish Harlem")
"Stand by Me" (1961) R&B: #1 US: #4 UK: #27
"Amor" (1961) R&B: #10 US: #18 UK: #38
"Young Boy Blues" (1961) US: #66
"Here Comes the Night" (1961) US: #81 (b-side of "Young Boy Blues")
"Ecstasy" (1962) US: #56
"Don't Play That Song (You Lied)" (1962) R&B: #2 US: #11
"Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear (1962)
"Too Bad" (1962) US: #88
"I'm Standing By" (1962) US:#111
"Tell Daddy" (1962) US:#122 R&B: #29
"How Can I Forget" (1963) R&B: #23 US: #85
"I (Who Have Nothing)" (1963) R&B: #16 US: #29
"I Could Have Danced All Night" (1963) US: #72
"What Now My Love" US:#102 (1964)
"That's When It Hurts" (1964)
"What Can A Man Do" (1964) US:#113
"It's All Over" (1964) US: #72
"Around The Corner" (1964) US:#125
"Seven Letters" (1965) R&B: #11 US: #45
"The Record (Baby I Love You)" (1965) Pop: #84 R&B: #24
"She's Gone Again" (1965) US: #128
"Cry No More" (1965)
"Goodnight My Love" (1965) US: #91
"So Much Love" (1966) US: #96
"Get In a Hurry" (1966)
"I Swear By Stars Above" (1966) R&B: #35 (b-side of "Get in a Hurry")
"They Don't Give Medals to Yesterday's Heroes" (1966)
"What Is Soul?" (1966) R&B: #38 (b-side of "They Don't Give...")
"A Man Without a Dream (1967)
"Tears, Tears, Tears" (1967) R&B: #34 US: #93 (b-side of "A Man Without...")
"Katherine" (1967)
"Don't Take Your Sweet Love Away" (1967) R&B: #44
"We Got a Thing Goin' On" (1968) with Dee Dee Sharp US: #127
"Don't Take Your Love from Me" (1968) US: #117
"Where's the Girl" (1968)
"It Ain't Fair" (1968)
"Til' I Can't Take It Anymore" US: #134
"Hey Little One" (1969)
"I Can't Take It Like a Man" (1970, Maxwell)
"Take Me to the Pilot" (1972, Mandala)
"Into the Mystic" (1972)
"Spread Myself Around" (1973)
"Supernatural Thing, Part 1" (1975, Atlantic) R&B: #1 US: #5
"Do It in the Name of Love" (1975) R&B: #4 US: #60
"We Got Love" (1975)
"I Had a Love" (1975) R&B: #23 (b-side of "We Got Love")
"I Betcha you Didn't Know" (1976)
"Get It Up" (1977) with Average White Band
"A Star in the Ghetto" (1977) R&B: #25 with Average White Band
"Fool for You Anyway" (1977) with Average White Band
"I See the Light" (1978)
"Fly Away to My Wonderland" (1978)
"Music Trance" (1979) R&B: #29
"Street Tough" (1981)
"You Made the Difference in My Life" (1981)
"Stand By Me [re-issue]" (1986) US: #9 UK: #1
"Spanish Harlem [re-issue]" (1987)
"Save the Last Dance for Me" [re-recorded] (1987, EMI-Manhattan) UK: #69
"What's Important to Me" (1991, Ichiban)
"You've Got All of Me" (1992)
"You Still Move Me" (1992)
"4th of July" (1997, Right Stuff)

"Lovingly produced and expertly performed, it deserves to be heralded, and heard."
- JazzTimes

"King's vocals front and center, and he responds with warmly intimate performances that fairly ooze romance."
-Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"Sometimes magic just happens!"
- Heart & Soul co-producer Lanny Williamson

"Magnificent performances...No wonder they call you 'A Legend'."
- Heart & Soul co-producer Linda Nash

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Heart & Soul
From the first cut of his upcoming release, "Heart & Soul", to the very last track on this superlative disc, Ben E. King magnifies his presence as a monumental force in music. This master still has plenty of Heart & Soul.