Monday, 28 January 2008

UK Single Discography



Below is a list of Proby's 7" [45-rpm] singles that were released in the UK between 1964 and 1972 by EMI's Liberty & Columbia labels. This listing spans from Proby's debut UK single release to the last that he made before breaking ties with the recording giant.

[ Note: Although, Proby had been signed to Liberty Records since 1961 he temporarily absconded from them circa 1964. Thus, his first two UK singles were actually songs cut for the Decca label. Liberty Records however later won a court battle to get the star back under its umbrella. Thus, I have included the Decca releases here as they are now owned by the EMI group. ]




Hold Me (1964)
Decca / #F.11904

  1. Hold Me

  2. The Tip Of My Fingers






Together (1964)
Decca / #F.11967

  1. Together

  2. Sweet And Tender Romance






Try To Forget Her (1964)
Liberty / #LIB 55367

  1. Try To Forget Her

  2. There Stands The One






Somewhere (1964)
Liberty / #LIB 10182

  1. Somewhere
    (from the musical "West Side Story")

  2. Just Like Him






I Apologise (1965)
Liberty / #LIB 10188

  1. I Apologise

  2. What's on Your Mind






Let The Water Run Down (1965)
Liberty / #LIB 10206

  1. Let The Water Run Down

  2. I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore






That Means A Lot (1965)
Liberty / #LIB 10215

  1. That Means A Lot

  2. My Prayer
    [from the 1965 album "P.J. Proby"]






Maria (1965)
Liberty / #LIB 10218

  1. Maria
    (from the musical "West Side Story")
    [from the 1965 album "P.J. Proby...In Town"]

  2. She Cried
    [from the 1965 album "P.J. Proby"]






You've Come Back (1966)
Liberty / #LIB 10223

  1. You've Come Back

  2. It Ain't Necessarily So
    [from the 1965 album "P.J. Proby...In Town"]






To Make A Big Man Cry (1966)
Liberty / #LIB 10236

  1. To Make A Big Man Cry
    [from the 1965 album "P.J. Proby...In Town"]

  2. Wicked Woman






I Can't Make It Alone (1966)
Liberty / #LIB 10250

  1. I Can't Make It Alone
    [from the 1966 album "Enigma"]

  2. Sweet Summer Wine






Niki Hoeky (1967)
Liberty / #LIB 55936

  1. Niki Hoeky
    [from the 1966 album "Enigma"]


  2. Good Things Are Coming My Way






You Can't Come Home Again (If You Leave Me Now) (1967)
Liberty / #LIB 55974

  1. You Can't Come Home Again (If You Leave Me Now)
    [from the 1967 album "Phenomenon"]

  2. Work With Me Annie
    [from the 1967 album "Phenomenon"]






It's Your Day Today (1968)
Liberty / #LIB 15046

  1. It's Your Day Today
    [from the 1968 album "Believe it or Not"]

  2. I Apologise Baby
    [from the 1968 album "Believe it or Not"]






What's Wrong With My World (1968)
Liberty / #LIB 15085

  1. What's Wrong With My World

  2. Why Baby Why
    [from the 1968 album "Believe it or Not"]






The Day That Lorraine Came Down (1968)
Liberty / #LIB 15152

  1. The Day That Lorraine Came Down
    [from the 1969 album "Three Week Hero"]

  2. Mery Hopkins Never Had Days Like This






Hanging From Your Loving Tree (1969)
Liberty / #LIB 15245

  1. Hanging From Your Loving Tree

  2. Empty Bottles
    [from the 1969 album "Three Week Hero"]






Today I Killed A Man (1969)
Liberty / #LIB 15280

  1. Today I Killed A Man
    [from the 1969 album "Three Week Hero"]

  2. It's Too Good To Last
    [from the 1969 album "Three Week Hero"]






It's Goodbye (1970)
Liberty / #LIB 15386

  1. It's Goodbye

  2. It's Too Good To Last
    [from the 1969 album "Three Week Hero"]






We'll Meet Again (1972)
Columbia / #DB 8874

  1. We'll Meet Again

  2. Clown Shoes

4 comments:

Manja said...

For me P.J.'s best single ever was I Apologise! A must for a celebration CD???
Personally I would add We'll Meet Again as a last song on the album, not It's Goodbye! After all it's true, you can still see P.J. again and again!

Manja said...

Regarding the B sides:
Wicked Woman (B side from To Make A Big Man Cry) was originally a US release as B side from Darlin' released as Orville Woods in 1963. Interesting as a starter????

BearGrove said...

I hope EMI will not add tracks from the singles which we already can find on CDs.
I hope you will do your best Stephen to include "I Don´t Want To Hear It Anymore" to the planned CD ! Would be good to let people hear even P.J.'s version of the song they remember from The Walker Brothers.

BearGrove said...

Hope we don´t find the the sound a like Eurovison song "It´s Goodbye"
on the planned CD !