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These files are Real Audio tracks, except where stated.
# requires at least Real Player G2
A1 Tribute Medley Marty Wilde # .
A2 I Never Met Colette Albie Wycherley # More gen
A3 Halfway To Paradise Billy Fury # Decca
A4 Wondrous Place Billy Fury # Lyrics
A5 A Thousand Stars Billy Fury (with voices of Ringo Starr and David Essex) . That'll Be The Day soundtrack
A6 What'd I Say Billy Fury (with voices of Ringo Starr and David Essex) . That'll Be The Day soundtrack
A7 Toyota ad Billy Fury . .
A8 Billy Fury Billy Fury Ralph Alfonso # More gen
A9 Larry Parnes spoof Peter Sellers 1959
B1 Billy Fury Bernie Taupin # More gen
B2 Love And Fury Tornados . More gen
B3 We Want Billy Audience #


B4 Thank Your Lucky Stars/Jealousy Brian Matthew, Keith Fordyce, Billy Fury # My own compilation.

My intention in publishing the above tracks is to offer titles that are a little different. Suggestions (and recordings) will be gratefully received. For Billy Fury standards,please go to Paradise Place.

If you are seeking deleted titles, vinyl, etc, a good starting point is Netsounds. The home page lists second-hand dealers associated with this site, and by making a search for "Billy Fury" you will get a long list of available records - some, admittedly, at stupidly high prices. If instead, you find yourself tempted to cross cd101's electronic doorstep, bear in mind that not everyone has found them the most efficient of firms.

A good first buy for anyone interested in Billy's music is the superb 40th Anniversary double CD, complete with Chris Eley's excellent sleeve notes.

Click the logo to link to BBC Radio 2 - useful if you're on the computer at 8am-10am on Saturdays, so that you can listen to Sounds Of The Sixties.
Click the logo to link to 1050 chum, a brilliant internet-only oldies station in Toronto, Canada (Windows Media player needed).


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