Billy J. Kramer w. The Dakotas: Bad To Me / I Call Your Name
- June 1963: Bad to me / I call your name (Parlophone R 5049) tops UK chart on 26.07.1963.
- US single: Capitol Records 72129 fails to chart but is reissued in July as B-side to Little Children. It picks up airplay on its own right and replaces its A-side in the same month.
- US reference reissue: Imperial I-R 66027, 1964: Little Children US Pop #1 / Bad To Me US Pop #9
- http://youtu.be/OJfWNmVR4pY (Bad To Me + I Call Your Name)
March 1968: The Dakotas split and Kramer continues his cabaret career as a soloist. He releases a cover of Nilsson's 1941 on NEMS Records, which gains much UK airplay but no chart place.
Aug. 1968: He will also revive A world without love which is not the Lennon/McCartney song on NEMS 56-3635 later in the year, before moving to MGM Records for another unsuccessful one-off, The colour of my love.