Stand by me - Best versions -

According to the documentary History of Rock 'n' Roll, Ben E. King had no intention of recording the song himself when he wrote it.[1] King had written the song for The Drifters, who passed on the chance to record it. It was not until after the "Spanish Harlem" recording session that he had some studio time left over. The session's producers, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, asked if he had any more songs and King played "Stand by Me" on the piano for them. They liked it and called all the studio musicians back in to record it. The song was not released on an album until it had been out as a single for... Read more.

Ben E King - My favorite version, I'm sorry John -

The searchers - It is not a famous version yet it sounds real good -

Mr. John Lennon

U2 and Bruce Springsteen

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