Chanteur Rock 'n' Roll et acteur anglais né Thomas Hicks, le 17 Décembre 1936 à Bermondsey, près de Londres. Il fut la première vedette du Rock 'n' Roll en Angleterre.

You'd never know it to look at film of him today, but during the summer of 1956, Tommy Steele became England's first home-grown rock 'n roller. Or he wasn't a rock 'n roller at all. Some 43 years after he first charted a record, many pop-music scholars still question whether Tommy Steele belongs on a list of rock 'n roll performers. But whatever he was, in 1956, England had never seen anything quite like him. He was born Tommy Hicks on Dec. 17, 1936 in Bermondsey, South London, to a working class family. In 1952, at age 15, he joined the merchant navy, and for the next four years, he worked on the Cunard line. He was hospitalized at one point during his time at Cunard, and during his convalescence, learned to play the guitar. Hicks began singing and performing for his fellow merchant seamen and discovered that he had a natural ability as an entertainer, with a special affinity for country-and- western songs, and for comedy. During shore leave, he began appearing at American air force bases, among other venues, often with a country band called the Sons of the Saddle, led by a Canadian named Jack Fallon. Hicks made it a point, whenever he was ashore in the United States, to listen to as much music as he could find. In early 1956, he chanced to see Elvis Presley on the Dorsey Brothers' Stage Show and Milton Berle. During the spring of 1956, Hicks met Lionel Bart and Mike Pratt, two songwriters who were also working as performers and had an interest in this new brand of music that was coming over from America. At that time, Bill Haley's "Rock Around the Clock" had become a hit in England, but the new music wasn't yet sweeping the British charts the way it was in America-Elvis's first single and album had received only limited release in the UK, a result of the end, during early 1956, of EMI's longstanding licensing agreement with RCA-Victor. The particulars of rock 'n roll eluded many English listeners and even music professionals. The country had no blues tradition, and a contact with jazz that was restricted almost entirely to a restricted, very conservative Dixieland-based style called "trad" (which, itself, wasn't welcomed in a lot of the best performing venues), which was starting to sell records. The blues and r&b elements of early rock 'n roll were imponderables to most teenage listeners and musicians, but the energy and the animated nature of the music was identifiable. A breakthrough of sorts took place in 1955 when a guitarist-singer named Lonnie Donegan introduced a brand of music called skiffle, which mixed blues, folk, country and jazz elements into a coherent whole that was lively and infectious to listen to, when it was done correctly. Donegan became skiffle's superstar and opened up major (although much shorter) careers for acts such as Wally Whyton and the Vipers Skiffle Group and American-born Johnny Duncan; more important, he inspired tens of thousands of British teenagers to buy acoustic guitars, appropriate washboards, and assemble washtub bases to play skiffle. It wasn't rock 'n roll, but it was closer to it than anything heard in England up to that point. Donegan, however, was born in 1931, and had already served in the British army; he was not a teenager, and was more of a musician than a "star, " although he did fill the latter role very well for years. Tommy Hicks formed a band of his own, the Cavemen, with Bart and Pratt while he was on shore leave in London in the summer of 1956. In the summer of that year, Hicks and the Cavemen began playing in coffee bars in London's Soho, where young people were congregating in ever-larger numbers to hear the skiffle bands that were performing there. He was finding an audience, particularly at a coffee bar called The 2 I's, where Hicks and the Cavemen were discovered by a public relations man named John Kennedy. And Kennedy, in turn, convinced impressario Larry Parnes that there was something happening in Soho, and those teenage audiences and the musicians they were turning out to see, that could be turned into a viable national career for someone, and that Tommy Hicks and the Cavemen had a good chance of doing just that. He was rechristened Tommy Steele, the first of a string of Parnes clients who took on names like Duffy Power and Billy Fury. Orchestrated by Parnes, Tommy Steele was given a big publicity build-up, booked into fashionable London clubs, and pushed as the new favorite of the upscale teenage female population. Parnes's campaign worked, and Steele was soon being scouted by numerous record labels. One of those executives who came down to The 2 I's was George Martin, the head of Parlophone Records, who passed on Steele. Instead, it was English Decca that signed Tommy Steele during the early fall of 1956. (Martin did end up signing the Vipers Skiffle Group). For their recording debut, the trio cut an original song, "Rock With the Caveman," with help from some British jazz notables (including saxman Ronnie Scott), who got billed at the Steelmen. The new singing star made his television debut in October of 1956, and was immediately booked for a second appearance when thousands of letters arrived requesting to see him again. "Rock With the Caveman" made the British top-20, a respectable start for a previously unknown artist working with one of his own songs. Listening to it today, it seems a curiously bland, formulaic effort at rock 'n roll, its use of the word "rock" in the lyrics more than its style identifying it, though he and the band do play hard. In order to appreciate it, however, one must recognized what the state of English popular culture was during the second half of 1956. At that time, a few British jazz bands were beginning to add rock 'n roll to their repertories or, in some cases, retooling themselves entirely. Tony Crombie & His Rockets, in particular, were starting to make a lot of noise and names for themselves at dances. Their model was Bill Haley's Comets; this band and others like it were sax-driven, with lots of rhythm guitar (good lead guitarists being almost impossible to find), their songs relying on rousing repetitive choruses and a heavy beat, rather than any particular cleverness or flair in their lyrics— forget Chuch Berry, the Brits didn't even have anyone with Bill Haley's non-existent songwriting ability in their midst. And, as was the case with Haley, none of them was especially youthful or particularly charismatic, and English teenagers found little of compelling. Then along came Tommy Steele, who was all of 19 years old and sang and played a guitar. He had a toothy smile, wore his hair in what was considered an unkempt manner (compared with the proper way most English performers groomed themselves), and seemed possessed of boundless energy and humor. He was no blues singer or stylist like Elvis Presley, his voice more pleasant than powerful, his demeanor more genial than threatening, but the latter was actually a point in Steele's favor in becoming a star in England-Elvis's overtly sexual presence gave Americans pause, and would have been impossible to emulate in England. His songs, especially the early ones, were uniquely English variants on a rock 'n roll sound, honking saxes in front of a basic rhythm-guitar-and-piano backing, with maybe a little moderately amplified jazz-type lead guitar ("Doomsday Rock") and lyrics that included lines like "The British Museum's got my head" (on "Rock With The Caveman"). They did the job, as did covers of American hits like Melvin Endsley's "Singing The Blues" and the Charlie Gracie hit "Butterfly." Only a month after "Rock With The Caveman" made the British top 20, Steele was voted one of the top 10 male British singers in a New Musical Express poll, and on his first major tour found himself greeted by hoards of screaming fans. His second single, "Doomsday Rock, " failed to chart, but his third, "Singing The Blues," bumped Guy Mitchell's version from the No. 1 spot on the British charts. By early 1957, Steele had made his first screen appearance, in a small role as a singer in the thriller Kill Me Tomorrow, directed by Hammer Films alumnus Terence Fisher. By February of that year, the production of the movie The Tommy Steele Story had begun-shot in less than three weeks, it was in theaters in May of 1957, just in time to herald his second major British tour, on which he was billed with the American rock 'n roll band Freddie Bell & the Bellboys. There were also the Decca albums, The Tommy Steele Stage Show and other early 10-inch LPs, which had a decent quota of well played songs. Two songs off The Tommy Steele Story, "Handful of Songs" and "Water, Water," later charted in the British top 5. Steele display more versatility with the Calypso-flavored "Water, Water, " the orchestrated pop song "Butterfingers" and also the folkish number "Shiralee," which was recorded for the movie of the same name. The latter was a most impressive performance, showing a depth and maturity that had previously eluded him. Everything associated with Steele seemed poised for success. Among his two Cavemen associates, Lionel Bart later went on to compose the musical Oliver!, which became one of the most massively popular British musicals in history, and which yielded a hit blockbuster film (one of the last old-style musicals of the 1960's to turn a significant profit for its makers) from Columbia Pictures in 1968. Mike Pratt, for his part, became a television star in England. Steele's second movie, The Duke Wore Jeans, was in production in September of 1957, and the following month, English audiences voted him the No. 2 World Music Personality, outpolled only by Elvis Presley. That same month, he was the star of his own television special, and appeared in the Royal Variety Show before an audience that included members of the Royal Family. The following year, Steele made his first international tour, of Europe and South Africa, which was followed by a British tour on which, at Dundee, he was mobbed by fans and injured so seriously that he was forced to take two months off from performing. During the summer of 1958, Steele appeared in the premiere episode of Oh Boy!, a new televised musical showcase, whose line-up also included a newcomer to professional music named Cliff Richard. It was a harbinger of things to come. Steele continued to record some rock 'n roll, including a version of Ritchie Valens' "Come On, Let's Go" (which was produced by Joe Meek), but increasingly, his output consisted of pop-style numbers, including show tunes. "Give! Give! Give!" b/w "Tallahassee Lassie" were his last rock 'n roll sides, in 1959. Steele's version of the Freddy Cannon hit is perfectly credible rock 'n roll. By that time, Cliff Richard and his backing band the Shadows had ushered in a new wave of British rock 'n roll with "Move It"- an original song that felt and sounded American-and its immediate follow-up records. It was Richard, not Steele, who starred in Expresso Bongo (1959), a film based on a satirical play that had been inspired by Steele's rise to fame. From the beginning, Steele had aimed at having a career as a more diversified entertainer, in part out of personal preference-he liked American rock 'n roll, but he also appreciated other kinds of music-and some biographers believe that the 1958 incident in which he was injured pushed him into the decision to move out of rock 'n roll once and for all. Additionally, the direction of Steele's career out of rock 'n roll proved to be a typical career course for Parnes's clients, and most British rock 'n roll stars (and, for that matter, many of the biggest white American stars, most obviously Elvis). Some of it was a result of expediency-nobody knew how long the teenage fixation on rock 'n roll would last, and managers and the artists themselves wanted to maintain their careers and build on it, not become trapped in a musical genre that, it was presumed, could go stale for the public at any time. Steele remained popular with younger listeners, and was voted among the top 5 British male singers of 1959. He did two more movies that year, Tommy The Toreador and Light Up the Sky, the latter a World War II comedy that also featured comedian Benny Hill. His single "You Were Mine" (a cover of the Fireflies' hit) failed to chart, but in 1960 he scored another top 10 single with "Little White Bull," a soft children's song (Steele contributed all of the royalties to the Children's Cancer Research fund) from Tommy The Toreador. An Australian tour followed, which reunited him with the Steelmen and also featured a 15-piece backing band led by Harry Robinson aka Lord Rockingham. Steele got married that June to Ann Donoghue, but apart from a week's honeymoon, barely slowed his career. He spent that summer appearing at the Blackpool Opera House in a record-breaking season with veteran entertainer Alma Cogan. Most British teenagers thought of Steele as passe by 1960, however. It was four years since he'd broken into the charts, and a whole new wave of children had reached their teen years, listening to Elvis (whose records, a little later than they did in America, did top the charts in England), Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly, Cliff Richard, Billy Fury, and other much harder sounds than Tommy Steele. In a sense, however, Steele was more successful than any of them in advancing out of rock 'n roll, which was what he wanted to do. By 1963, he was a new sensation on the London stage in the musical Half A Sixpence (based on the H.G. Wells novel Kipps), and he followed this with a hit run on Broadway in the same play two years later. Steele had successfully reinvented himself. Two years after the opening of the show's Broadway run, he did a Hollywood hat-trick that he could scarcely have dreamt of when he formed the Cavemen 11 years earlier, by starring in three big-budget, big studio film in a single year-the film version of Half A Sixpence, the Disney film The Happiest Millionaire, and Finian's Rainbow. In contrast to his low-budget rock 'n roll movies, none of which took more than three weeks to film and most of which were dumped on the American market, these were color, widescreen movies shot over a period of months and given a wide release all over the world. Finian's Rainbow, in particular, was something of a pinnacle in Steele's feature film career, teaming him up with Fred Astaire and Petula Clark, both of whom were already established screen stars (in Astaire's case, a legend) when he was still working for Cunard-not bad for a working class boy who had to go to sea when he was 15. Steele's rock 'n roll era was well behind him by the time the smoke cleared from this series of big films. From that day forward, when he did perform, it was far more likely to be songs like "Half A Sixpence" than "Rock With the Caveman" or even "Singing The Blues." He has played more legitimate theater and big-budget musicals than rock 'n roll for more than 35 years and, as a more personal creative endeavor, has also cultivated a flair for art and graphic design. Tommy Steele's reputation as a rock 'n roller over the years has risen and fallen, depending upon the which side of his music output was available and who was doing the writing. A lot of Britons who were simply kids listening to records back when he started making them still love his work to this day (Decca was reissuing his original LPs as 10-inch discs in the early 1980's), and few Englishmen over the age of 25 have harsh words to say about him. Some scholars and historians feel differently, deriding Steele as a manufactured pretender, rather than a real rock 'n roller. Other call him "the most innovative and influential act of the 1950's" in England, although that's a bit extreme-Lonnie Donegan and Cliff Richard are certainly in the running for that designation. Steele's success as a rock 'n roller was important, vitally so, in several respects. His music proved that English musicians could, after a fashion, write and play something roughly akin to American-style rock 'n roll without being too loud or crude (two impediments to rock 'n roll's acceptance, or at least being tolerated, in England); additionally, his success drew a major British record company into rock 'n roll, which was doubly important considering that Decca had passed on signing Lonnie Donegan a year earlier because they doubted that the skiffle boom would last. Additionally, his music and its success were also a vital link in the chain of evolution from Lonnie Donegan to Cliff Richard, which helped pave the way, indirectly, for the Beatles and all that followed. Most important at the time, he was the first English teenager to elicit excitement with his music from the mass public and, incidental to his popularity, he wrote or co-wrote many of his own songs in the beginning (which was understandable, in part, because few professional songwriters in England at that time could compose rock 'n roll). Performers such as Cliff Richard, the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones (who provoked a legendary riot at Royal Albert Hall in October 1966, just by taking the stage) would elicit stronger reactions, but Steele was the English teenager who let the genie out of the bottle, even if he wasn't the genie.

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Talents : Singer, Guitar, Actor

Style musical : Rock 'n' Roll, Pop

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Rock With The Caveman (1956)

Elevator Rock (1956)

SINGING THE BLUES (1956)

REBEL ROCK (1956)

PLANT A KISS (1957)

Years in activity :

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DISCOGRAPHY

78 t., Singles & EP

10/1956 78 t. & SP DECCA F10795 (US) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Rock With The Caveman / Rock Around The Town
10/1956 78 t. & SP DECCA F10808 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Doomsday Rock / Elevator Rock
11/1956 78 t. & SP DECCA F10819 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Singing The Blues / Rebel Rock
1956 EP DECCA DFE 6388 (UK) YOUNG LOVE - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Young Love / Doomsday Rock / Wedding Bells / Rock With The Cavemen
1956 EP DECCA DFE 6389 (UK) SINGING THE BLUES - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Singing The Blues / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Elevator Rock
1957 EP DECCA DFE 6389 (SW) SINGING THE BLUES - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Singing The Blues / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Elevator Rock
02/1957 78 t. & SP DECCA F10849 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Knee Deep In The Blues / Teenage Party
04/1957 78 t. & SP DECCA F10877 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot
08/1957 78 t. & SP DECCA F10896 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Shiralee / Grandad's Rock
08/1957 78 t. & SP DECCA F10923 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Water Water / A Handful Of Songs
08/1957 78 t. 6" WEEKEND (UK) .

The Truth About Me

09/1957 EP DECCA DFE 6398 (UK) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY No. 1 – Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Take Me Back Baby / Water, Water / Will It Be You? / Build Up
10/1957 78 t. & SP DECCA F10941 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Hey You! / Plant A Kiss
10/1957 EP DECCA DFE 6424 (UK)
THE TOMMY STEELE STORY No. 2 -  Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - A Handful Of Songs / Cannibal Pot / Time To Kill / You Gotta Go
1957 EP DECCA 457 000 (F) TOMMY STEELE 1 - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Rock With The Cavemen / Rock Around The Town / Rebel Rock / Singing The Blues
10/1957 EP DECCA 457 001 (F) TOMMY STEELE 2 - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Doomsday Rock / Young Love / Elevator Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues
1957 EP DECCA DX 1918 (GER)

Rock 'N' Roll Aus England - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Rock With The Caveman / Rock Around The Town

1957 EP DECCA DX 1953 (GER)

Rock 'N' Roll Session Nr.1 - Tommy Steele und die Steelmen - Razzle Dazzle / Kawliga / Teenage Party / Wedding Bells

1957 EP DECCA DX 1957 (GER)

Rock 'N' Roll Session Nr.2 - Tommy Steele und die Steelmen - What Is This Thing Called Love / Rock With The Caveman / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Honky-Tonk Blues

1957 EP DECCA SDE 7078 (FIN)

Here's Tommy - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Shiralee / Grandad's Rock / Razzle-Dazzle / Honky-Tonk Blues

1957 EP DECCA EDGE 70677 (S)

Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Singing The Blues / Butterfingers / Doomsday Rock / Rebel Rock

02/1958 EP DECCA 457 005 (F) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Hey You / Nairobi / Plant A Kiss / Neon Sign
02/1958 EP DECCA DFE 6398 (F) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Take Me Back, Baby / Water, Water / Will It Be You / Build Up
03/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F10976 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Happy Guitar / Princess
04/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F10991 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Nairobi / Neon Sign
1958 EP DECCA DFE 6424 (F) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY - A Handful Of Songs / Cannibal Pot / Time To Kill / You Gotta Go
05/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F11026 (UK) . It's All Happening / What Do You Do
1958 EP DECCA DFE 6469 (NL)

Tommy's Steele Four - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Singing The Blues / Shiralee / Nairobi / Neon Signs

05/1958 EP DECCA DFE 6472 (UK) TOMMY STEELE IN "THE DUKE WORE JEANS"  – Photograph / Hair-Down Hoe Down / Princess / Happy Guitar
06/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F11041 (UK) . Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - The Only Man On The Island / I Puts The Lightie On
1958 SP DECCA 45-F 11041 (FIN) Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - The Only Man On The Island / I Puts The Lightie On
11/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F11072 (UK) . Come On Let's Go / Put A Ring On Her Finger
11/1958 78 t. & SP DECCA F11089 (UK) . A Lovely Night / Marriage Type Love
1958 EP DECCA DFE 6551 (UK)

Come On, Let’s Go / Put A Ring On Her Finger / The Only Man On The Island / Number Twenty-Two Across The Way

1958 EP DECCA SDE 7086 (SW)

Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Butterfingers / I Like / Two Eyes / Time To Kill

1958 EP DECCA SDE 7087 (FIN) Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - On The Move / Kaw-Liga / Teenage Party / Treasure Of Love
1958 EP DECCA SDE 7096 (FIN)

Tommy Steele Sings Nairobi - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Nairobi / Neon Sign / Plant A Kiss / Hey You

1958 EP DECCA SDE 7118 (SW) Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - The Only Man On The Island / I Puts The Lightie On / Rock Around The Town / Swaller Tail Coat
1958 SP DECCA SDE 7142 (SW) LONDON ROCK - Tommy Steele : Put A Ring On Her Finger / Come On, Let's Go / Terry Dene : Who, Baby Who / Pretty Little Pearly
03/1959 78 t. & SP DECCA F11117 (UK) . Hiawatha / The Trial
07/1959 78 t. & SP DECCA F11152 (UK) . Tallahassee Lassie / Give Give Give
09/1959 78 t. & SP DECCA F11162 (UK) . You Were Mine / Young Ideas
10/1959 FLEXI PRINTED SOUND LIMITED PS/TS/AP (UK) .

Tommy Steele Stars In The Marilyn Screen Test With You / A: Marilyn's Screen Test (No 1 Spanish Romance) Starring Tommy Steele And You)

11/1959 78 t. & SP DECCA F11177 (UK) Little White Bull / Singing Time
1959 EP DECCA DFE 6592 (UK) TOMMY – I’m A Little Blackbird / Georgia On My Mind / Sweet Georgia Brown / Mandy, Make Up Your Mind
1959 EP DECCA DFE 6607 (UK)

TOMMY THE TOREADOR – Tommy The Toreador / Take A Ride / Where’s The Birdie? ((with Sidney James, Bernard Cribbens) / Little White Bull / Singing Time / Amanda

12/1959 EP DECCA DFE 6607 (F) TOMMY THE TOREADOR – Tommy The Toreador / Take A Ride / Where’s The Birdie? ((with Sidney James, Bernard Cribbens) / Little White Bull / Singing Time / Amanda
1959 EP DECCA SDE 7175 (SW)

Give, Give, Give / Tallahassee Lassie / Young Ideas / You Were Mine

06/1960 78 t. & SP DECCA F11245 (UK) . What A Mouth / Kookaburra
09/1960 SP DECCA F11275 (UK) . Happy Go Lucky Blues / The Girl With The Long Black Hair
11/1960 SP DECCA F11299 (UK) . Must Be Santa / Boys And Girls
1960 EP DECCA DFE 6660 (UK) WHAT A MOUTH! – What A Mouth / Kookaburra / Hollerin’ & Screamin’ / Little Darlin’
05/1961 SP DECCA F11361 (UK) . My Big Best Shoes / The Dit Dit Song
07/1961 SP DECCA F11372 (UK) . The Writing On The Wall / Drunken Guitar
1961 SP DECCA F11372 (DK) The Writing On The Wall / Drunken Guitar
1961 EP LONDON DLM/E-5559 (ARG)

Exitos Para La Juventud - Johnny Y Sus Huracanes : Ja - Da / Mr. Solitario / Tommy Steele : Dichosa Y Afortunado / La Chica De Los Cabellos Negros

06/1962 SP DECCA F11479 (UK) . Hit Record / What A Little Darling
12/1962 SP DECCA F11532 (UK) . Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth
12/1962 SP DECCA F11551 (UK) . He's Got Love / Green Eyes
03/1963 SP DECCA F11615 (UK) . Flash Bang Wallop / She's So Far Above Me
07/1963 SP COLUMBIA DB 7070 (UK) . Egg And Chips / The Dream Maker
07/1963 SP COLUMBIA DB 7070 (UK) (promo) .

The Dream Maker (Tommy STEELE) / Maximum Plus (Tommy Steele & Marion Ryan)

1963 EP DECCA EDFE 71830 (S)

Happy-Go-Lucky Blues / Long Black Hair / What A Little Darlin' / Hit Record

1965 SP RCA VICTOR 1654 (UK) . Half A Sixpence / If The Raon's Got To Fall
1967 SP BUENA VISTA DF 457 (UK) . Fortuosity / I'm A Brass Band Today
06/1967 SP WALT DISNEY DIS 4 (UK) (promo) .

"Walt Disney's The Happiest Millionaire" ([no artist listed]) / Fortuosity (Tommy STEELE)

10/1967 SP BUENA VISTA F 457 (US) Fortuosity / I'm A Brass Band Today
01/1968 SP RCA VICTOR RCA 1654 (UK) .

Half A Sixpence / If The Rain's Got To Fall

1968 SP RCA VICTOR  (US) (promo) Half A Sixpence / If The Rain's Got To Fall
1968 SP VICTOR SS-1806 (JAP) Half A Sixpence / If The Rain's Got To Fall
04/1968 SP BUENA VISTA DF 460 (UK)

Fortuosity / I'll Always Be Irish

1968 SP RCA VICTOR 3-21039 (SP)

BANDA SONORA ORIGINAL La Mitad De 6 Peniques - Obertura (Overture) / La Mitad De 6 Peniques (Half A Sixpence) / Flash, Bang, Wallop! / Si Lloviera (If The Rain's Got To Fall)

10/1972 SP DECCA DL 25 539 (GER)

Oldies But Goldies - Tallahassie Lassie / Put A Ring On Her Finger

09/1974 SP PYE 7N45393 (UK) . King’s New Clothes / Wonderful Copenhagen
10/1978 SP DECCA F 13813 (UK) .

Rock With The Caveman / Elevator Rock

10/1978 SP DECCA F 13814 (UK) .

Singing The Blues / Knee Deep In The Blues

08/1979 SP DECCA F 13855 (UK) .

Give! Give! Give! / Doomsday Rock

1984 SP SAFARI SAFE61 (UK) Singin’ In The Rain / You Are My Lucky Star
1984 SP SAFARI SAFE62 (UK) . Half A Sixpence / If the Rain’s Got To Fall
09/1985 SP OLD GOLD OG 9536 (UK) .

Singing The Blues (Tommy Steele & The Steelmen) / Come On Let's Go (Tommy STEELE)

1987 SP TELDEC 6.14918 (GER)

Big Hits 1955-65 - Jack The Ripper (Screaming Lord SUTCH) / Tallahassee Lassie (Tommy STEELE)

1991 CD Exallshow SCORECD 33 (UK)

Some Like It Hot / It's Always Love











Albums

1957 LP 10" DECCA LF1287 (UK) TOMMY STEELE STAGE SHOW - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Giddy Up a Ding-Dong / Treasure of Love / Honky-Tonk Blues / Razzle Dazzle / Kaw-Liga / Teenage Party / Wedding Bells / What Is This Thing Called Love? / On The Move / Rock With The Caveman
05/1957 LP 10" DECCA LF 1288 (UK) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Take me Back Baby / Butterfingers / I Like / A Handful of Songs / You Gotta Go / Water, Water / Cannibal Pot / Will It Be You? / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party
1957 LP 12' LONDON LL 1770 US)

Rock Around The World - Tommy STEELE & The STEELMEN - Take Me Back, Baby / Butterfingers / I Like / A Handful Of Songs / You Gotta Go / Water, Water / Cannibal Pot / Will It Be You? / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party

1958 LP 10" DECCA LF1308 (UK) TOMMY STEELE IN "THE DUKE WORE JEANS" - It’s All Happening / What Do You Do? / Family Tree / Happy Guitar / Hair Down Ho-Down / Princess / Photograph (with June Laverick) / Thanks A Lot
1959 LP 12" DECCA LK4303 (mono) / SKL4050 (stereo) (UK) CINDERELLA - Overture / In My Own Little Corner  (YANA) / A Very Special Day (Tommy STEELE) / Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful? (Bruce TRENT & YANA) / The Prince Is Giving A Ball (Robin PALMER& Chorus) / Marriage Type Love (Tommy STEELE) / Stepsister’s Lament (Kenneth WILLIAMS & Ted DURANTE) / Your Majesties, A List Of The Bare Necessities (Jimmy EDWARDS Enid LOWE & Chorus) / When You’re Driving Through The Moonlight (Yana & Tommy STEELE) / A Lovely Night (YANA) / Impossible (YANA & Betty MARSDEN) / No Other Love (Bruce TRENT & Chorus) / Ten Minutes Ago(YANA & Bruce TRENT) / You And Me (Tommy STEELE & Jimmy EDWARDS) / Finale (The COMPANY)
1960 LP 12" DECCA LK4351 (UK) GET HAPPY WITH TOMMY STEELE - LIVE - Hollerin’ & Screamin’ / Lonesome Traveler / A Handful Of Songs / Nairobi / Little Darlin’ / Old Obadiah / What A Mouth / Shiralee / Kookaburra / Tommy, The Toreador / Shout / So Long
1963 LP 12" DECCA SLK4521 (UK) HALF A SIXPENCE - Ouverture / All In The Cause of Economy / Half A Sixpence / Money To Burn / Oak And Ash / She’s Too Far Above Me / I’m Not Talking To You! / If The Rain’s Got To Fall / The Old Military Canal / The One That’s Run Away / Long Ago / Flash, Bang, Wallop / I Know What I Am / I’ll Build A Palace / I Only Want A Little House / Finale
1963 LP 12" COLUMBIA 33SX1537 (mono) / SCX3486 (stereo) (UK) IT’S ALL HAPPENING - Overture (Philip Green & His Orchestra) / The Wind And The Rain (Johnny De Little) / The Dream Maker (Tommy Steele) / Meeting You (Dick Kallman) / Casbah (Clyde Valley Stompers) / Maximum Plus (Marion Ryan & Tommy Steele) / Somebody Else Not Me (Shane Fenton & The Fentones) / That's Livin'-That's Lovin' (Marion Ryan) / Flamenco (Russ Conway) / Egg And Chips (Tommy Steele) / A Day Without You (Danny Williams) / The George Mitchell Show : It's Summer (The George Mitchell Singers) / Once Upon A Time In Venice (John Boulter) / It's Summer (Dai Francis) / Watching All The World Go By (Tony Mercer) / The Boy On The Beach (Carol Deene) / It's Summer (The George Mitchell Singers) / Finale-The Dream Maker (Tommy Steele & The George Mitchell Singers)
1964 LP 12" COLUMBIA 33SX1674 (mono) / SCX3536 (stereo) (UK) SO THIS IS BROADWAY - Tommy Steele, Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Something's Coming (from "West Side Story") / Hey There (from "The Pajama Game") / If I Were A Bell (from "Guys And Dolls") / Hey Look Me Over (from "Wildcat") / The Girl That I Marry (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / Too Close For Comfort (from "Mr. Wonderful") / Everything's Coming Up Roses (from "Gypsy") / I Talk To The Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") / I Wish I Were In Love Again (from "Babes In Arms") / Happy Talk (from "South Pacific") / They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / There Once Was A Man (from "The Pajama Game")
1964 LP 12" LIBERTY LRP 3426 (US) EVERTHING'S COMING UP BROADWAY - Tommy Steele, Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Something's Coming (from "West Side Story") / Hey There (from "The Pajama Game") / If I Were A Bell (from "Guys And Dolls") / Hey Look Me Over (from "Wildcat") / The Girl That I Marry (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / Too Close For Comfort (from "Mr. Wonderful") / Everything's Coming Up Roses (from "Gypsy") / I Talk To The Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") / I Wish I Were In Love Again (from "Babes In Arms") / Happy Talk (from "South Pacific") / They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / There Once Was A Man (from "The Pajama Game")
1965 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LOC-1110 (US)

Half A Sixpence - The Original Broadway Cast Recording - Overture (Orchestra) / All In The Cause Of Economy (Tommy Steele, Will MacKenzie, Norman Allen, Grover Dale) / Half A Sixpence (Tommy Steele, Polly James) / Money To Burn (Tommy Steele, Eleonore Treiber & The Men) / A Proper Gentleman (Tommy Steele, Will MacKenzie, Norman Allen, Grover DaleShopgirls) / She's Too Far Above Me (Tommy Steele) / If The Rain's Got To Fall (Tommy Steele, Grover Dale, Will MacKenzie, Norman AllenShopgirls) / Long Ago (Tommy Steele, Polly James) / Flash, Bang, Wallop! (Tommy Steele, Polly James, James Grout, Grover Dale, Will MacKenzie, Norman Allen, Shopgirls) / I Know What I Am (Polly James) / The Party's On The House (Tommy Steele, Grover Dale, Will MacKenzie, Norman AllenShopgirls) / Finale (Entire Company)

1965 LP 12" CAPITOL ST-6124 (CAN) SO THIS IS BROADWAY - Tommy Steele, Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Something's Coming (from "West Side Story") / Hey There (from "The Pajama Game") / If I Were A Bell (from "Guys And Dolls") / Hey Look Me Over (from "Wildcat") / The Girl That I Marry (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / Too Close For Comfort (from "Mr. Wonderful") / Everything's Coming Up Roses (from "Gypsy") / I Talk To The Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") / I Wish I Were In Love Again (from "Babes In Arms") / Happy Talk (from "South Pacific") / They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / There Once Was A Man (from "The Pajama Game")
1965 LP 12" LIBERTY LRT 7566 (US) SIXPENNY MILLIONAIRE - Something's Coming / Hey There! / If I Were A Bell / Hey Look Me Over / The Girl That I Marry / Too Close For Comfort / Everything's Coming Up Roses / I Talk To The Trees / I Wish I Were In Love Again / Happy Talk / They Say It's Wonderful / There Once Was A Man.
1967 LP 12" RCA VICTOR RB6735 (mono) / SB6735 (stereo) (UK) HALF A SIXPENCE - All In The Cause Of Economy / Half A Sixpence / Money To Burn / I Don’t believe A Word Of It! / I’m Not Talking To You! / Proper Gentleman / She’s Too Far Above Me / If The Rain’s Got To Fall / Lady Botting’s Boating Regatta Cup Racing Song (The Race Is On) / Flash, Bang, Wallop / I Know What I Am / This Is My World
1967 LP 12" BUENA VISTA BV5001 (mono) / BV5001 (stereo) (UK) WALT DISNEY'S THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE - Overture (Jack Elliott) / Fortuosity (Tommy Steele) / What's Wrong With That (Fred MacMurray) / Watch Your Footwork (Eddie Hodges) / Valentine Candy (Lesley Ann Warren) / Strengthen The Dwelling (Fred MacMurray) / I'll Always Be Irish (Tommy Steele & Fred MacMurray & Lesley Ann Warren) / Bye-Yum Pum Pum (Joyce Bulifant & Lesley Ann Warren) / Are We Dancing (John Davidson & Lesley Ann Warren) / I Believe In This Country (Fred MacMurray) / Detroit (John Davidson & Lesley Ann Warren) / When A Man Has A Daughter (Fred MacMurray) / There Are Those (Geraldine Page & Gladys Cooper & Tommy Steele) / Let's Have A Drink On It (Tommy Steele & John Davidson) / Finale (Tommy Steele)
1968 LP 12" WARNER BROS. BS 2550 (UK) FINIAN’S RAINBOW - Prelude / This Time Of The Year / How Are Things In Glocca Morra? / Look To The Rainbow / If This Isn’t Love / Somethin Sorta Grandish / The Great Come And Get It Day / Old Devil Moon / When The Idle Poor Become The Idle Rich / When I’m Not Near The Girl I Love / Necessity / Rain Dance Ballet / The Begat / How Are Things In Glocca Morre? (finale)
1968 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSO 1146 (US) HALF A SIXPENCE - Overture / All In The Cause Of Enconomy / Half A Sixpence / Money To Burn / I Don't Believe A Word Of It - I'm Not Talking To You / A Proper Gentleman / She's Too Far Above Me / If The Rain's Got To Fall / Regatta Cup Racing Song / Flash, Bang, Wallop Tommy Steele / I Know What I Am / This Is My World / Finale
1968 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP 10368 (S)

La Mitad De 6 Peniques - Banda Sonora Original De La Película - Obertura (Ouverture) / Todo A Causa De La Economía (All In The Cause Of Economy) / La Mitad De Seis Peniques (Half A Sixpence) / Dinero Para Quemar (Money To Burn) / No Creo Una Palabra (I Don't Believe A Word Of It) / Un Auténtico Caballero (A Proper Gentleman) / Está Demasiado Lejos De Mi (She's Too Far Above Me) / Si Lloviera (If The Rain's Got To Fall) / La Copa De La Regata De Lady Botting (Lady Botting's Boating Regatta Cup Racing) / Entreacto (Entre'acte) - Flash, Bang Wallop! / Se Que Soy (I Know What I Am) / Este Es Mi Mundo (This Is My World) / La Mitad De Seis Peniques (Half A Sixpence) - Flash, Bang Wallop!

1969 LP 12" DECCA PA24 (mono) /  SPA24 (stereo) (UK) THE HAPPY WORLD OF TOMMY STEELE - Nairobi / A Handful of Songs / Little White Bull / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Rock With The Caveman / The Only Man On The Island / What A Mouth / Singing The Blues / Marriage Type Love / Hit Record / Shiralee / Sweet Georgia Brown
1969 ? LP 12" WORLD RECORD CLUB T 610 (UK) SO THIS IS BROADWAY - Tommy Steele, Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Something's Coming (from "West Side Story") / Hey There (from "The Pajama Game") / If I Were A Bell (from "Guys And Dolls") / Hey Look Me Over (from "Wildcat") / The Girl That I Marry (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / Too Close For Comfort (from "Mr. Wonderful") / Everything's Coming Up Roses (from "Gypsy") / I Talk To The Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") / I Wish I Were In Love Again (from "Babes In Arms") / Happy Talk (from "South Pacific") / They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / There Once Was A Man (from "The Pajama Game")
1971 LP 12" DECCA SPA 137 (UK) WORLD OF TOMMY STEELE, VOL 2 - Hiawatha / It’s All Happening / Kaw-Liga / Young Love / The Writing In The Wall / Happy Guitar / Come On, Let’s Go / Green Eye / Wishing Star / Butterfingers / Young Ideas / She’s Too Far Above Me
1972 LP 12" Belter ‎/ RCA VICTOR 2-90.009 (S) HISTORIA DE LA MUSICA EN EL CINE - La Mitad De 6 Peniques - Ouverture / All In The Cause Of Economy / Half A Sixpence / Money To Burn / I Don't Believe A Word Of It / I'm Not Talking To You / A Proper Gentleman / She's Too Far Above Me / If The Rain's Got To Fall / Lady Botting's Boating Regatta Cup Racing Song / Entr'acte / Flash, Bang Wallop! / I Know What I Am / This Is My World / Half A Sixpence / Flash, Bang Wallop!
04/1973 LP 12" World Record S/5356 (AUS) THE HAPPY WORLD OF TOMMY STEELE - Nairobi / A Handful of Songs / Little White Bull / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Rock With The Caveman / The Only Man On The Island / What A Mouth / Singing The Blues / Marriage Type Love / Hit Record / Shiralee / Sweet Georgia Brown
1974 LP 12" PYE TS 101 (UK)

My Life, My Song - My Life, My Song / Concieved / War / Youngest Love / Work / Adventure / Revolution / Ambition / Wilderness / Marriage / Fatherhood / Hope

1974 LP 12 " PYE NSPL 18451 (UK)
Hans Andersen - Overture / This Town / Thumbelina / Truly Loved / For Hans Tonight / Jenny Kissed Me / Inchworm / Ecclesiasticus / Wonderful Copenhagen / Anywhere I Wander / I'm Hans Christian Andersen / The Ugly Duckling / No Two People / The King's New Clothes / Anywhere I Wander (reprise)
1974 LP 12" ARCADE ADE P14 (UK) TOMMY STEELE'S 40 FAVOURITES - Medley One : Consider Yourself - Get Me To The Church On Time - I'm Henery The Eighth I Am - Knees Up Mother Brown - Roll Out The Barrel / Melody Two : Singing In The Rain - Ramblin' Rose - Tiptoe Through The Tulips - When The Red Red Robin - On A Slow Boat To China / Melody Three : Carolina In The Morning - My Mammy - April Showers - Is It True What They Say About Dixie - Baby Face / Melody Four : Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be) - Crusing Down The River - Wonderful Copenhagen - Tulips From Amsterdam - Delilah / Side 2 Melody 1 : You Made Me Love You - On Mother Kelly's Doorstep - I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time - In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - Underneath The Arches / Melody Two : I Wonder Whose Kissing Her Now - Hey Good Looking - Sunny Side Of The Street - Zip A Dee Doo Dah - When You're Smiling / Melody Three : For Me And My Gal - You Are My Lucky Star - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - Oh You Beautiful Doll / Melody Four : Boiled Beef And Carrots - Any Old Iron - Wotcher (Knock'd 'Em In The Old Kent Road) - My Old Man's A Dustman - Don't Dilly Dally On The Way - I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts
1974 LP 12" One-Up ‎OU 2066 (UK) SO THIS IS BROADWAY - Tommy Steele, Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Something's Coming (from "West Side Story") / Hey There (from "The Pajama Game") / If I Were A Bell (from "Guys And Dolls") / Hey Look Me Over (from "Wildcat") / The Girl That I Marry (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / Too Close For Comfort (from "Mr. Wonderful") / Everything's Coming Up Roses (from "Gypsy") / I Talk To The Trees (from "Paint Your Wagon") / I Wish I Were In Love Again (from "Babes In Arms") / Happy Talk (from "South Pacific") / They Say It's Wonderful (from "Annie Get Your Gun") / There Once Was A Man (from "The Pajama Game")
1977 2 LP 12" DECCA FOS21/2 (UK) FOCUS ON TOMMY STEELE :
DISC 1 : A Handful Of Songs / Rock With The Caveman / Elevator Rock / Nairobi / Happy Guitar / Shiralee / Young Love / Signing The Blues / Water, Water / Razzle Dazzle / The Only Man On The Island  / Sweet Georgia Brown / Marriage Type Love / Kaw-Liga
DISC 2 : Little White Bull / Butterfingers / Rebel Rock / Georgia On My Mind / Cannibal Pot / Kookaburra / Knee Deep In  The Blues / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Where Have All The Flowers Gone? / Giddy-Up A Ding Dong / Hiawatha / Come On, Let’s Go / She’s Too Far Above Me / What A Mouth
1979 LP 12" RONCO RTD2041 (UK) FAMILY ALBUM - Handful Of Songs / Matchstick Men And Matchstick Cats And Dogs / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Sometimes When We Touch / High Hopes / The Runaway Train / Bridge Over Troubled Waters / Singing In The Rain / Bright Eyes / Wonderful Copenhagen / Windmills Of Old Amsterdam / Half A Sixpence / What A Mouth / Sweet Caroline / King Of The Road / Little White Bull / Singing The Blues / Puff, The Magic Dragon / When I’m 64 / Superbird
197? LP 12" Stowbrae Oaks 1001 (UK)

Live At The Festival - Tommy Baby / I'm A Song / Handful Of Songs / Flash Bang Wallop / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Little White Bull / Rock On / Johnny Be Goode / Sweet Caroline / Rock With The Caveman / Nairobe / Water - Water / Happy Guitar / Butterfingers / Singing The Blues / Hey Jude / Maybe Its Because I'm A Londoner

1981 LP 12" RCA ‎NL-43752 (S)

La Mitad De Seis Peniques - Banda Sonora Original De La Película "Half A Sixpence" - Obertura (Overture) / Todo A Causa De La Economía (All In The Cause Of Economy) / La Mitad De Seis Peniques (Half A Sixpence) / Dinero Para Quemar (Money To Burn) / No Creo Una Palabra (I Don't Believe A Word Of It) - No Hablo Contigo (I'm Not Talking To You) / Un Auténtico Caballero (A Proper Gentleman) / Está Demasiado Lejos De Mi (She's Too Far Above Me) / Si Lloviera (If The Rain's Got To Fall) / La Copa De La Regata De Lady Botting (Lady Botting's Boating Regatta Cup Racing Song) (The Race Is On) / Entreacto (Entr'acte) - Flash, Bang Wallop! / Se Que Soy / Este Es Mi Mundo / La Mitad De Seis Peniques - Flash, Bang, Wallop!

1982 LP 12" DECCA 9 - LP013 (S)

Historia De La Musica Rock - Lulu, Tommy Steele - LULU : Shout / Leave A Little Love / Surprise Surprise / Call Me / Try To Understand / Here Comes To Night / Tommy Steele : A Handful Of Songs / Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Come On, Let's Go / Nairobi / Water Water

1983 LP 12" Spot SPR 8531 (UK)

20 Greatest Hits - Singing The Blues / Rock With The Caveman / Butterfingers / Come On, Let's Go / Water Water / The Only Man On The Island / Marriage Type Love / Light Up The Sky / Elevator Rock / Little White Bull / A Handful Of Songs / It's All Happening / Happy Guitar / Shiralee / Knee Deep In The Blues / Nairobi / Tallahassie Lassie / She's Too Far Above Me / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Flash, Bang, Wallop!

1983 LP 12" That's Entertainment TER 1045 (UK)

Cinderella - Original London Cast - Rodgers & Hammerstein - Tommy Steele, Jimmy Edwards, Yana - Overture (Unnamed Orchestra) / In My Own Little Corner (YANA) / A Very Special Day (Tommy Steele) / Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful? (Bruce TrentYana) / The Prince Is Giving A Ball (Robin Palmer) / Marriage Type Love (Tommy Steele) / Stepsisters' Lament (Kenneth Williams, Ted Durante) / Your Majesties, A List Of The Bare Necessities (Jimmy Edwards, Enid Lowe) / When You're Driving Through The Moonlight / A Lovely Night (Tommy SteeleYana) / A Lovely Night (reprise) (Yana) / Impossible (Betty MarsdenYana) / No Other Love (Bruce Trent) / Ten Minutes Ago (Bruce TrentYana) / You And Me (Tommy Steele, Jimmy Edwards) / Finale (Cinderella Original London Cast)

12/1984 LP 12" SAFARI RAIN1 (UK) SINGING IN THE RAIN - Original Cast Recording - Overture (ORCHESTRA) / Fit As A Fiddle (Tommy Steele, Roy Castle) / Temptation (Sarah Payne, Tommy Steele & Company) / I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Danielle Carson, The Valentine Girls) / Be A Clown (Roy Castle) / Too Marvellous For Words (Company) / You Are My Lucky Star (Tommy Steele) / Moses Supposes (Tommy Steele, Roy Castle) / Good Morning (Tommy Steele, Roy Castle, Danielle Carson) / Singing In The Rain (Tommy Steele) / Would You (Danielle Carson) / Fascinating Rhythm (Tommy Steel & Company) / Finale (Company)
1987 LP 12" OAK OAK 1001 (UK) LIVE AT THE FESTIVAL - Tommy Baby / I’m A Song / A Handful Of Songs / Flash, Bang Wallo / Bridge Over Troubled Waters / Little White Bull / Rock On / Johnny B. Goode / Sweet Caroline / Rock With The Caveman / Nairobi / Water, Water / Happy Guitar / Butterfingers / Singing The Blues / Hey Jude / Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner
1991 CD Marble Arch CMA CD 119 (UK) TOMMY STEELE IN FRANKLOESSER'S Hans Christian Andersen - Overture / This Town / Thumbelina / Truly Loved / For Hans Tonight / Jenny Kissed Me / Inchworm / Ecclesiastious (Can I Spell) / Wonderful Copenhagen / Anywhere I Wander / I'm Hans Christian Andersen / The Ugly Duckling / No Two People / The King's New Clothes / Anywhere I Wander (reprise)
04/1992 CD First Night D 30814 (AUS)

Some Like It Hot - The Musical - Original London Cast Recording - Tommy Steele, Billy Boyl, Mandy Perryment - Overture: "Some Like It Hot" / Maple Leaf Rag / Penniless Bums / When You Meet A Man In Chicago / Beauty That Drives Men Mad / (With The) Sun On My Face / Dirty Old Men / Doing It For Sugar / Dirty Old Men (reprise) / What Do You Give To A Man Who's Had Everything? / I'm Naive / Beautiful Through And Through / Magic Nights / It's Always Love / Finale Some Like It Hot

1993 CD Spectrum 5500182 (GER)

Handful Of Songs - A Handful Of Songs / Singing The Blues / Young Love / Water Water / Cannibal Pot / It's All Happening / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Nairobi / I Puts The Lightie On / Georgia On My Mind / Where's The Birdie / Rock WIth The Cavemen / Butterfingers / Shiralee / What A Little Darlin' / She's Too Far Above Me / Hey You / Flash, Bang, Wallop!

07/1995 CD HALLMARK 30074 (UK) SINGING IN THE RAIN AND OTHER GREAT STANDARDS - Medley : Singing In The Rain - Rambling Rose - Tip Toe Through The Tulips - When The Red Red Robin - (I'd Like To Get You) On A Slow Boat To China / Medley : You Made Me Love You - On Mother Kelly's Doorstep - I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time - In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - Underneath The Arches / Medley : Carolina In The Morning - My Mammy - April Showers - Is It True What They Say About Dixie? - Baby Face / Medley : I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now - Hey Good Lookin' - On The Sunny Side Of The Street - Zip-A-Dee-Dooh-Dah - When You're Smiling / Medley : The Bells Are Ringing For Me And My Girl - My Lucky Star - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - Oh You Beautiful Doll / Medley : Boiled Beef And Carrots - Any Old Iron - Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road - My Old Man's A Dustman - My Old Man Said Follow The Van - I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts / Medley : Consider Yourself - I'm Getting Married In The Morning - I'm Henery The Eighth, I Am - Knees Up Mother Brown - Roll Out The Barrel
10/1995 CD CAST MASTERS ? (UK) SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - ORIGINAL CAST RECORDING - Overture / Fit As A Fiddle / Temptation / I Can't Give You Anything But Love / Be A Clown / Too Marvellous For Words / You Are My Lucky Star / Moses / Good Morning / Singin' In The Rain / Would You / Fascinating Rhythm / Finale
06/1996 CD SPECTRUM ? (UK) THE WORL OF TOMMY STEELE - Singin' The Blues / Little White Bull / Handful Of Songs / Shiralee / Half A Sixpence / Rock With The Caveman / Water Water / Come On Let's Go / Sweet Georgia Brown / Where's The Birdie / Nairobi / What A Mouth / If The Rain's Got To Fall / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Only Man On The Island / Knee Deep In The Blues / Butterfingers / Number 22 Across The Way / She's Too Far Above Me / Happy Guitar
1996 CD DRG 13116 (UK)

Hans Andersen - London Cast Recording - Overture / Thumbelina / This Town / Dare To Take A Chance / Truly Loved / For Hans Tonight / Dare To Take A Chance (reprise) / Jenny Kissed Me / Inchworm / Ecclesiasticus / Anywhere I Wander / Wonderful Copenhagen / I'm Hans Christian Andersen / Happy Days / Have I Stayed Away Too Long? / The Ugly Duckling / No Two People / The King's New Clothes / Anywhere I Wander (reprise) / Finale

1996 CD Double Play ‎GRF242 (UK) TOMMY STEELE - MEDLEY 1 : You Made Me Love You - On Mother Kellys Doorstep - Apple Blossom Time - A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - Underneath The Arches / MEDLEY 2 : I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now - Hey Good Looking - Sunny Side Of The Street - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah - When Your Smiling / MEDLEY 3 : The Bells Are Ringing - My Lucky Star - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - You Great Beautiful Baby / MEDLEY 4 : Boiled Beef And Carrots - Any Old Iron - Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road - My Old Man's A Dusty Man - My Old Man Says Follow The Van - I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts / MEDLEY 5 : Consider Yourself - I'm Getting Married In The Morning - Henry The Eighth - Knees Up Mother Brown - Roll Out The Barrel / MEDLEY 6 : Singing In The Rain - Rambling Rose - Tip Toe Through The Tulips - Red Red Robin - Slow Boat To China / MEDLEY 7 : Caroline In The Morning - Mammy - April Showers - Is It True What They Say About Dixie - Baby Face
05/1999 2 CD DECCA 466 409 2 (UK) THE DECCA YEARS 1956-1963 :
CD 1 : Rock With The Cavemen / Rock Around The Town / Doomsday Rock / Elevator Rock / Singing The Blues / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Teenage Party / Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot / Shiralee / Grandad's Rock / Butterfly / Water, Water / A Handful Of Songs / Hey You! / Plant A Kiss / Nairobi / Neon Sign / Happy Guitar / Princess / It's All Happening / What Do You Do / The Only Man On The Island / I Puts The Lightie On / Come On, Let's Go / Put A Ring On Her Finger / A Lovely Night / Marriage Type Love / Hiawatha / The Trial / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / You Were Mine / Young Ideas
CD 2 : Little White Bull / Singing Time / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Kookaburra / Happy-Go-Lucky Blues / (Girl With The) Long Black Hair / Must Be Santa / Boys And Girls / The Dit-Dit Song / My Big Best Shoes / The Writing On The Wall / Drunken Guitar / Hit Record / What A Little Darlin' / He's Got Love / Green Eye / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Flash, Bang, Wallop! / She's Too Far Above Me / Half A Sixpance / Giddy-Up-A-Ding Dong / Kaw-Liga / Young Love / Take Me Back Baby / Build Up / Time To Kill / Hair-Down Hoe-Down / Sweet Georgia Brown / Tommy The Toreador / Hollerin' And Screamin' / Lonesome Traveller / So Long (It's Been Good To Know You)
02/2000 CD UNIVERSAL 544 172 2 (UK) THE BEST OF TOMMY STEELE - Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Knee Deep In The Blues / Butter Fingers / Water Water / A Handful Of Songs / Shiralee / Hey You / Nairobi / Happy Guitar / The Only Man On The Island / Come On Let's Go / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / The Little White Bull / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Writing On The Wall / Half A Sixpence / Sweet Georgia Brown / Must Be Santa
03/2000 CD SEE FOR MILES 203 (UK) THE ROCK 'N' ROLL YEARS - Rock With The Caveman / C'mon Let's Go / Butterfly / Give! Give! Give! / Elevator Rock / Rebel Rock / You Gotta Go / Build Up / Put A Ring On Her Finger / You Were Mine / Swaller Tail Coat / Singing The Blues / Singing The Blues / Doomsday Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Two Eyes / Take Me Back Baby / The Writing On The Wall / Hey You / Teenage Party / Plant A Kiss / Rock Around The Town / Drunken Guitar / Tallahassee Lassie
03/2000 CD SEE FOR MILES 347 (UK) THE EP COLLECTION - Rock With The Cavemen / Title Not Available / Doomsday Rock / Singing The Blues / Take Me Back Baby / A Handful Of Songs / Rebel Rock / Will It Be You? / Happy Guitar / Knee Deep In The Blues / Put A Ring On Her Finger / Young Love / Come On Let's Go / Elevator Rock / The Only Man On The Island / Time To Kill / The Little White Bull / Number Twenty Two Across The Way / You Gotta Go / Singin' Time / Cannibal Pot / Build Up / Water, Water
06/2005 2 CD UNIVERSAL / SPECTRUM 982 479 8 (UK) ROCK WITH THE CAVEMAN :
CD 1 : Rock With The Caveman / Elevator Rock / Singing The Blues / Knee Deep In The Blues / Butterfingers / Water, Water / A Handful Of Songs / Shiralee / Hey You! / Nairobi / Happy Guitar / The Only Man On The Island / Come On, Let's Go / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / Little White Bull / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Must Be Santa / The Writing On The Wall / Hollerin' And Screamin' / Lonesome Traveller
CD 2 : Little Darlin' / Old Obadiah / Kookaburra / Tommy The Toreador / Shout / So Long (It's Been Good To Know You) / Doomsday Rock / Wedding Bells / Honky Tonk Blues / Kaw-Liga / Razzle Dazzle / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Young Love / Photograph / Hair-Down Hoe-Down / Princess / Take A Ride / Where's The Birdie / Flash, Bang, Wallop / She's Too Far Above Me / You Gotta Go / Time To Kill
07/2006 CD MUST CLOSE SATURDAY ? (UK) HALF A SIXPENCE - (SOUNDTRACK) - Overture / All In The Cause Of Economy / Half A Sixpence / Money To Burn / The Oak And The Ash / She's Too Far Above Me / I'm Not Talking To You / If The Rain's Got To Fall / The Old Military Canal / The One That's Run Away / Long Ago / Flash, Bang, Wallop! / I Know What I Am / I'll Build A Palace - I Only Want A Little House / Finale
03/2008 CD REX 118 (UK) HEY YOU - Singing The Blues / Shiralee / Knee Deep In The Blues / Hey You / Grandad's Rock / Take Me Back Baby / Butterfingers / I Like / A Handful Of Songs / You Gotta Go / Water Water / Cannibal Pot / Will It Be You / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party / Giddy Up A Ding-Dong / Treasure Of Love / Honky Tonk Blues / Razzle Dazzle / Kaw-Liga / Teenage Party / Wedding Bells / What Is This Thing Called Love / On Te Move Rock / Rock With The Caveman
03/2008 CD HALLMARK 706872 (NL) THE TOMMY STEELE STORY - Take Me Back, Baby / Butterfingers / I Like / A Handful Of Songs / You Gotta Go / Water, Water / Cannibal Pot / Will It Be You / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party / Giddy Up A Ding-Dong / Treasure Of Love / Honky-Tonk Blues / Razzle Dazzle / Kaw-Liga / Weddings Bells / What Is This Thing Called Love / On The Move / Rock With The Caveman
10/2008 CD PEGASUS PEG CD 662 (UK) RAZZLE DAZZLE - Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot / Razzle Dazzle / Teenage Party / Treasure Of Love / Wedding Bells / Young Love / You Gotta Go / Will It Be You? / Two Eyes / Time To Kill / Take Me Back Baby / Plant A Kiss / Singing Time / Number 22 Across The Way / I Like / Hey You! / Butterfly / Build Up / A Handful Of Songs
11/2008 CD BLUE ORCHID BLUE134CD (UK) THE REAL STEELE - Rock With The Caveman / What Is This Thing Called Love / Doomsday Rock / Young Love / Singing The Blues / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Knee Deep In The Blues / Teenage Party / Butterfingers / Razzle Dazzle / Shiralee (from "Shiralee") / Take Me Back, Baby / Water, Water / Kaw-Liga / A Handful Of Songs / You Gotta Go / Hey You! / Honky-Tonk Blues / Happy Guitar (from "The Duke Wore Jeans") / Time To Kill / Nairobi / On The Move / Only Man On The Island / The Truth About Me / Butterfly / Family Tree (from "The Duke Wore Jeans") / It's All Happening / Will It Be You / Come On, Let's Go / Treasure Of Love / Put A Ring On Her Finger / Thanks A Lot (from "The Duke Wore Jeans") / A Lovely Night (from Harold Fielding's "Cinderella") / Photograph (from "The Duke Wore Jeans") / Number 22 Across The Way / Hair-Down Hoe-Down (from "The Duke Wore Jeans") / I Like
2008 2 CD JT Media Services T82003 (EUR) THE BEST OF TOMMY STEELE :
CD 1 : A Handful Of Songs / Rock With The Caveman / Butterfingers / Shiralee / Number 22 (Across The Way) / You Gotta Go / Singin' Time / Cannibal Pot / Doomsday Rock / Giddy-Up-A-Ding Dong (live) / Grandad's Rock / Hey You / Kaw-Liga (live)
CD 2 : Knee Deep In The Blues / Rock Around The Town / Take Me Back Baby / Teenage Party / Time To Kill / Water Water / Young Love / Butterfly / Build Up / Elevator Rock / Rebel Rock / Singing The Blues
01/2009 CD DECCA 5311450 (UK) THE WORLD OF TOMMY STEELE - A Handful Of Songs / Singing The Blues / Knee Deep In The Blues / Water, Water / Nairobi / The Only Man On The Island / Shiralee / Happy Guitar / Butterfingers / Rock With The Cavemen / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / Come On, Let's Go / Hey You! / The Writing On The Wall / It's All Happening / Hit Record / Half A Sixpence / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Little White Bull / What A Mouth (What A North And South)
07/2009 2 CD PERFORMANCE 38297 (UK) SINGING THE BLUES :
CD 1 : Singing The Blues / Rock With The Caveman / Nairobi / Butterfingers / Water Water / Rebel Rock / Happy Guitar / Doomsday Rock / Neon Sign / You Gotta Go / A Lovely Night / Butterfly / Photograph / Time To Kill / Build Up / It's All Happening / Princess / Princess / I Like / Rock Around The Town / Giddy Up A Ding Dong (live)
CD 2 : A Handful Of Songs / Come On, Let's Go / Hey You / The Only Man On The Island / Shiralee / Young Love / Elevator Rock / Teenage Party / Knee Deep In The Blues / Grandad's Rock / Marriage Type Love / Number 22 Across The Way / Two Eyes / What Do You Do? / I Puts The Lightie On / Hair Down Hoe Down / Wedding Bells / Plant A Kiss / Take Me Back Baby / Will It Be You? / Kaw Liga (live)
09/2009 2 CD UNIVERSAL DISTRIBUTION 5321840 (EUR) THE VERY BEST OF TOMMY STEELE :
CD 1 : Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Rock Around The Town / Doomsday Rock / Elevator Rock / Young Love / Wedding Bells / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Teenage Party / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / What Is This Thing Called Love? / Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot / Shiralee (from the film "Shiralee") / Grandad's Rock / Butterfly / Water, Water / Build Up / Will It Be You / Two Eyes / You Gotta Go / Hey You! / Plant A Kiss / Happy Guitar (from the film soundtrack "The Duke Wore Jeans") / Neon Sign / Come On, Let's Go / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / The Writing On The Wall
CD 2 : A Handful Of Songs / Hit Record / What Do You Do / Princess (from the film soundtrack "The Duke Wore Jeans") / It's All Happening / Nairobi / The Only Man On The Island / A Lovely Night (from Harold Fielding's "Cinderella") / Little White Bull (from the soundtrack "Tommy the Toreador") / Singing Time / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Flash, Bang, Wallop / Half A Sixpence / She's Too Far Above Me / Fortuosity / Finale Some Like It Hot / Fascinating Rhythm / Singing In The Rain / Thank You Very Much
200? CD Music Stars ‎CD870190 (DK)

16 Greatest Hits - A Handful Of Songs / Elevator Rock / Rock With The Caveman / Water Water / Razzle Dazzle / The Only Man On The Island / Knee Deep In The Blues / Come On, Let's Go / Singing The Blues / Happy Guitar / Young Love / Rebel Rock / Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot / Giddy-Up-A-Ding Dong / What A Mouth

05/2010 3 CD Spectrum Music / Universal SPECSIG 2047 (UK)

Come On, Let's Go - The Best of Tommy Steele :
CD 1 : Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Knee Deep In The Blues / Butterfly / Hey You! / Plant A Kiss / Nairobi / The Only Man On The Island / Come On, Let's Go / Put A Ring On Her Finger / The Trial / Hiawatha / Tallahassee Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / You Were Mine / Young Ideas / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Happy-Go-Lucky Blues / (The Girl With The) Long Black Hair / The Writing On The Wall / What a Little Darlin' / Hit Record
CD 2 : A Handful Of Songs / Water, Water / Butterfingers / Take Me Back, Baby / Time To Kill / Cannibal Pot / Build Up / Doomsday Rock / Elevator Rock / Teenage Party / Shiralee / Grandad's Rock / Happy Guitar / Princess / It's All Happening / What Do You Do / Hair-Down Hoe-Down / Tommy The Toreador / Singing Time / Little White Bull / She's Too Far Above Me / Half A Sixpence / Flash, Bang, Wallop
CD 3 : Young Love / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth / A Lovely Night / Marriage Type Love / Neon Sign / Green Eye / Sweet Georgia Brown / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Drunken Guitar / Kookaburra / The Dit-Dit Theme / Boys And Girls / I Puts The Lightie On / My Big Best Shoes / Must Be Santa / He's Got Love / Rebel Rock / Rock Around The Town / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Kaw-Liga / Lonesome Traveller / Hollerin' And Screamin' / So Long (It's Been Good To Know You)

2010 CD The Red Box ‎THERB158 (UK)

The Collection - A Handful Of Songs / Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Butterfingers / Water, Water / Knee Deep In The Blues / Nairobi / Come On, Let's Go / Tallahassee Lassie / Little White Bull / Shiralee / Happy Guitar / Hey You / The Only Man On The Island / Give! Give! Give! / Tommy The Toreador / I Puts The Lightie On / Elevator Rock

2012 2 CD Pink 'N' Black PBCD019 (UK)

The Rock'n'Roll Years 1956-1960 - TOMMY STEELE - Colin HICKS :
CD 1 : Tommy STEELE : Tallahassee Lassie / Drunken Guitar / Rock Around The Town / Plant A Kiss / Teenage Party / Hey You ! / Take Me Back Baby / Two Eyes / Knee Deep In The Blues / Doomsday Rock / Singing The Blues / Swaller Tail Coat (live) / You Were Mine / Put A Ring On Her Finger / Build Up / You Gotta Go / Rebel Rock / Elevator Rock / Give ! Give ! Give ! / Butterfly / Come On, Let's Go / Rock With The Caveman / Happy Guitar / Young Love / Time To Kill / Singing Time / Canibal Pot / Water, Water / Grandad's Rock / Razzle Dazzle (live) / Honky Tonk Blues (live) / Giddy Up A Ding-Dong (live) / She's My Baby / Hollerin' And Screamin' (live)
CD 2 : Colin HICKS : Empty Arms Blues / Wild Eyes And Tender Lips / La Dee Dah / Wasteland / Jambalaya / Little Boy Blue / Johnny B. Goode / Mean Woman Blues / Tutti Frutti / Whole Lotta Shakin' ! / Yea, Yea / Oh, Boy ! / Book Of Love / 20 Flight Rock / Dream Lover / A Teenager In Love / Tallahassee Lassie / Brand New Cadillac / Hang Up My Rock'n'Roll Shoes / Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Hanging Around / Put Me Down / Lovin' Up A Storm / All Because Of You / Hollerin' And Screamin' / That Little Girl Of Mine / Sexy Rock / Blue Moon Of Kentucky / Love's Made A Fool Of You

06/2015 3 CD One Day Music ‎DAY3CD082 (UK) THE VERY BEST OF TOMMY STEELE :
CD 1 : Singing The Blues / Rock With The Caveman / Butterfingers / Tallahassee Lassie / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party / The Writing On The Wall / Amanda / Giddy Up A Ding Dong (live) / I Puts The Lightie On / My Big Best Shoes / Kookaburra / Photograph / Young Love / Shiralee / Take A Ride / Two Eyes / Thanks A Lot / What A Little Darlin' / Young Ideas / Marriage Type Love / Family Tree / What Is This Thing Called Love? (live) / Plant A Kiss / Rebel Rock
CD 2 : Come On, Let's Go / Knee Deep In The Blues / Water Water / Cannibal Pot / Little White Bull / Girl With The Long Black Hair / Razzle-Dazzle (live) / Happy Guitar / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Singing Time / Princess / Take Me Back, Baby / Rock Around The Town / Teenage Party (live) / Build Up / Neon Sign / Treasure Of Love (live) / Hit Record / The Dit-Dit Song / Time To Kill / Where's The Birdie? / Grandad's Rock / A Lovely Night / Honky Tonk Blues (live) / Drunken Guitar
CD 3 : Nairobi / Butterfly / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Elevator Rock / Rock With The Caveman (live) / Tommy The Toreador / Boys And Girls / Give, Give, Give / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth / Hair Down Hoe Down / Kaw Liga (live) / A Handful Of Songs / Happy Go Lucky / I Like / What Do You Do / On The Move (live) / Will It Be You / Hey You / You Gotta Go / Wedding Bells (live) / You Were Mine / Put A Ring On Her Finger / Number 22 Across The Way / Green Eye / It's All Happening / What Is The Thing Called Love (live) / The Only Man On The Island / He's Got Love / Must Be Santa / The Truth About Me
07/2017 3 CD Big3 ‎BT3152 (UK)

The Absolutely Essential 3 Cd Collection :
CD 1 : Singing The Blues / Rock With The Caveman / Rock Around The Town / Doomsday Rock / Elevator Rock / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Young Love / Teenage Party / Butterfingers / Cannibal Pot / Water Water / A Handful Of Songs / Shiralee / Grandad's Rock / Hey You / Plant A Kiss / Giddy Up A Ding-dong (live) / Kaw-Liga (live) / Take Me Back, Baby
CD 2 : Nairobi / Come One, Let's Go / Tallahassee Lassie / You Gotta Go / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Butterfly / Happy Guitar / Princess / Neon Sign / The Only Man On The Island / I Puts The Lightie On / It's All Happening / What Do You Do? / Put A Ring On Her Finger / A Lovely Night / Hair-Down Hoe-Down / Give! Give! Give! / You Were Mine
CD 3 : Little White Bull / What A Mouth (What A North And South) / Young Ideas / Singing Time / Tommy The Toreador / Where's The Birdie ? / Amanda / Kookaburra / Happy-Go-Lucky Blues / (The Girl With The) Long Black Hair / Boys And Girls / My Big Best Shoes / The Dit-Dit Song / The Writing On The Wall / Drunken Guitar / Hit Record / What A Little Darlin' / Where Have All The Flowers Gone? / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth / Green Eye

02/2017 4 CD Real Gone ‎RGMCD262 (UK)

Three Classic Albums Plus Singles And EP Tracks :
CD 1 : Tommy Steele Stage Show : Giddy Up A Ding Dong / Treasure Of Love / Honky Tonk Blues / Razzle Dazzle / Kaw Liga / Teenage Party / Wedding Bells / What Is This Thing Called Love / On The Move / Rock With The Caveman / Singles 1957-1958 : Rock Around The Town / Rock With The Caveman / Singing The Blues / Rebel Rock / Knee Deep In The Blues / Shiralee / Grandad's Rock / Hey You / Plant A Kiss / Nairobi
CD 2 : The Tommy Steele Story : Take Me Back Baby / Butterfingers / I Like / A Handful Of Songs / You Gotta Go / Water Water / Cannibal Pot / Will It Be You / Two Eyes / Build Up / Time To Kill / Elevator Rock / Doomsday Rock / Teenage Party / Singles 1958 : Neon Sign / The Only Man In The Island / I Puts The Lightie On / Come On Let's Go / Put A Ring On Her Finger / A Lovely Night
CD 3 : The Duke Wore Jeans : It's All Happening / What Do you Do / Family Tree / Happy Guitar / Hair-Down, Hoe-Down / Princess / Photograph / Thanks A Lot / Singles 1958-1960 : Marriage Type Love / Haiwatha / The Trial / Tallahassie Lassie / Give! Give! Give! / You Were Mine / Young Ideas / Little White Bull / Singing Time / What A Mouth / Kookaburra / Drunken Guitar / Light Up The Sky
CD 4 : Singles 1960-1962 : Happy Go Lucky Blues / The Girl With The Long Black Hair / Must Be Santa / Boys And Girls / My Big Best Shoes / The Dit Dit Song / The Writing On The Wall / Hit Record / What A Lovely Darling / Butter Wouldn't Melt In Your Mouth / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / He's Got Love / Green Eye / EPs 1957-1959 : Young Love / Number Twenty-Two Across The Way / Sweet Georgia Brown / Tommy The Toreador / Take A Ride / Where's The Birdie / Amanda / Hollerin' And Screamin'

10/2017 CD Stage Door STAGE 9052 (UK)

Half a Sixpence - The Original Demo Recordings - Ladies Wear / Mr. Shalford's Drapery Emporium / All In The Cause Of Economy / Half A Sixpence / We Don't Like Not To Be Engaged / If You Dress Like Mr. Pearce / Pure Coincidence / Money To Burn / The Oak And The Ash / She's Too Far Above Me / I'm Not Taling To You / If The Rain's Got To Fall / The Old Military Canal / The One Who's Got Away / Long Ago / How Fashionable And Amusing / I'll Build A Palace / I Only Want A Little House / I'll Build A Palace / I Only Want A Little House (reprise) / How Fashionable And Amusing / I Don't Believe A Word Of It / Flash Bang Wallop / Long Ago / Half A Sixpence / She's Too Far Above Me / If The Rain's Got To Fall / Beverley Cross Narrates "Half A Sixpence"

2017 CD Calle Mayor ‎VM1089 (S) TOMMY STEELE - Giddy Up A Ding-Dong / Nairobi / Rock With The Caveman / Young Love / Plant A Kiss / Rebel Rock / Singing The Blues / Photograph (with Jane LAVERICK) / Neon Sign / Doomsday Rock / Happy Guitar / Build Up / Razzle Dazzle / Hey You / Wedding Bells / Butterfingers

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