Shel Talmy's Discography (1961-1969) Click here for a song-by-song breakdown
Click here for Part 2 (1970-2021)
Artist name Title Date U.K. label and # U.S. label and # Notes
Amen Corner (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice/ {Hey Hey Girl} 1/17/69 Immediate IM 073 Immediate 5013 Talmy produced the A-side only; alternate mix of A-side exists
Amen Corner Hello Susie/ Evil Man's Gonna Win 6/13/69 Immediate IM 081   Talmy lists both songs in his discography (no producer listed on labels); alternate mix of A-side exists
Amen Corner ?Get Back/ Farewell To The Real Magnificent Seven 9/69 Immediate IM 084   Talmy lists both songs in his discography, but the labels credit Andy Fairweather-Low
Amen Corner THE NATIONAL WELSH COAST LIVE EXPLOSION COMPANY 1969 Immediate IMSP 023   Live album; P: Talmy and Andy Fairweather-Low; CD re-issue has alternate mixes of several Talmy studio tracks
Amen Corner FAREWELL TO THE REAL MAGNIFICENT SEVEN 1969 Immediate IMSP 028   Three A-sides plus leftover tracks; labels credit Talmy and Fairweather-Low (unsure if Talmy involved with every song)
Don Archell Stay Away/ When I Fall In Love 10/63 Decca F 11749   P: Talmy & Stone; MD: Ivor Raymonde
The Bachelors Charmaine/ Old Bill 1/24/63 Decca F 11559 London 9584 P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; A: Talmy (B)
The Bachelors THE BACHELORS 4/63 Decca LK 4519   Talmy produced various tracks
The Bachelors Faraway Places/ Is There A Chance 5/63 Decca F 11666 London 9623 P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; W: Stone/Talmy (B)
The Bachelors "The Bachelors" EP 6/63 Decca DFE 8529   With 3 new songs (unsure if Talmy produced them all)
The Bachelors Whispering/ No Light In The Window 8/29/63 Decca F 11712 London 9632 P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; W: Talmy/Stone (B)
The Bachelors {Diane}/ The Stars Will Remember 1/3/64 Decca F 11799   P: Talmy/Stone (B); MD: Ivor Raymonde or Reg Guest (B)
The Bachelors "The Bachelors Vol. 2" EP 3/64 Decca DFE 8564   Talmy apparently produced at least one song (no label credits)
The Bachelors PRESENTING THE BACHELORS 4/64   London LL 3353/PS 353 With several previously-released Talmy recordings
The Bachelors THE BACHELORS + 16 GREAT SONGS 5/64 Decca LK 4614   A few tracks produced by Talmy
The Bachelors I Wouldn't Trade You For The World/ Beneath The Willow Tree 8/13/64 Decca F 11949 London 9693 Talmy lists this in his discography; "Decca Years" CD credits Dick Rowe & Ivor Raymonde for A-side; no credits on labels
The Bachelors BACK AGAIN 10/64   London LL 3393/PS 393 Has a few previously-released Talmy recordings
The Bachelors Diane [unreleased version] N.R.     Talmy says he produced a version of this song
The Bachelors Blaydon Races [unreleased version] N.R.     The group's very first session included a version of this song; their 1969 single version is likely a re-recording without Talmy
Basil - see "Wild Silk"          
Billy Joe & The Checkmates ?Percolator (Twist)/ Round & Round & Round & Round 1962   Dore 620 Supposedly this was one of Talmy's first sessions as an engineer; recorded in the US
The Birds ???What Hit Me N/A     Some sources have linked this to Talmy (unconfirmed); rec. 3/66; band featured Ron Wood & Kim Gardner (of The Creation)
Bumps Blackwell Unknown titles 1961/62     From Talmy's days as engineer at Conway Studio
Joyce Blair ??Gotta Get Away Now 1965     From 1965 film "Be My Guest"; maybe produced by Talmy (he was the film's music director); W: John Barry/Mike Pratt
Blue Orchids - see "Orchids"          
Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs It Hurts Me When I Cry/ Everybody Knows 5/28/65 Stateside SS 421   Alternate version of B-side released on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
S. Buckley/Breadcrumbs Blue Boy N.R.     Unreleased track recorded in February 1965
Ben Carruthers & The Deep Jack O'Diamonds/ Right Behind You 6/18/65 Parlophone R 5295   Carruthers would later become an actor (appearing in "The Dirty Dozen")
The Castells Clown Prince/ Eternal Love, Eternal Spring 1962   Era 3098 One of Talmy's early US sessions as an engineer; he also wrote the A-side
Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde ??{Like I Love You Today}/ Early In The Morning 1/1/64 Ember EMB S 186   Talmy lists the B-side on his website, but the 45 label credits John Barry (Barry produced the A-side)
Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde A Summer Song/ No Tears For Johnnie 7/31/64 United Artists UP 1062 World Artists 1027 P: "Ember Records" (UK 45), "Shel Talmy" (US 45); MD: J. Spence; UK 45 has alt. version of A-side (with solo vocal)
Chad And Jeremy YESTERDAY'S GONE 9/64   World Artists WAM-
2002 [m]/WAS-3002 [s]
Talmy is credited on the sleeve; however, the title track and "Like I Love You Today" were produced by John Barry
Chad And Jeremy Willow Weep For Me/ If She Was Mine 10/64 United Artists UP 1070 World Artists 1034 P: "Ember Records" (UK), no credit (US); MD: J. Spence; some 45s say "...Were Mine"; Canada 45 is Ember 1034
Chad And Jeremy If I Loved You/ No Tears For Johnny 2/65 Ember EMB S 205   No label credits; Talmy apparently produced the A-side, although Jimmy Haskell may have produced the LP version
Chad And Jeremy If I Loved You/ Donna, Donna 2/65   World Artists 1041 No label credits; Talmy lists the B-side on his website, although Jimmy Haskell may have produced this version
Chad And Jeremy CHAD AND JEREMY SING FOR YOU 4/65 Ember NR 5021   Most tracks produced by Talmy
Chad And Jeremy ?What Do You Want With Me/ Donna, Donna 4/65 Ember EMB S 217   Talmy has listed both songs in his discography, but these versions may have been produced by Jimmy Haskell (he is listed as Arr. on B-side); alt. versions of both songs exist
Chad & Jeremy September In The Rain/ Only For The Young 8/65   World Artists 1060 No producer credit on the labels
Chad And Jeremy ???Yesterday's Gone       Talmy lists this song on his website; he is credited on the "Yesterday's Gone" LP and a 1965 UK EP; however, the released version was reportedly produced by John Barry
Chad And Jeremy ??Lemon Tree       Talmy has listed this song in his discography, but the released version was reportedly produced by John Barry
Tony Christie And The Trackers Life's Too Good To Waste/ Just The Two Of Us 6/66 CBS 202097    
Colette & The Bandits A Ladies Man/ Lost Love 5/65 Stateside SS 416   Alternate version of A-side released on "Shel's Girls" comp.
The Corduroys Tick Tock/ Too Much Of A Woman 12/66 Planet PLF 122 Planet 45-122 P: Hugh Murphy (uncredited); feat. Tony Wilson/Oliver Norman
The Creation Making Time/ Try And Stop Me 6/17/66 Planet PLF 116 Planet 45-116 Unsure if Talmy produced earlier "Mark Four" recordings
The Creation Painter Man/ Biff Bang Pow 10/66 Planet PLF 119 Planet 45-119  
The Creation If I Stay Too Long/ Nightmares 6/30/67 Polydor 56177 Decca 32155  
The Creation Can I Join Your Band/ Tom Tom 1967   Disques Vogue INT 80098 [France] Planned UK release was canceled
The Creation Tom Tom/ Nightmares 1967   Hit-ton 300 102 [Ger.]  
The Creation Cool Jerk/ Life Is Just Beginning 1967   Hit-ton 300 152 [Ger.] Alternate versions of the B-side exists
The Creation WE ARE PAINTERMEN 1967   Hit-ton HTSLP 340-037 [Germany] With prev.-unreleased tracks "Like A Rolling Stone" & "Hey Joe"; also released in Scandinavia (Sonet SLPS 1251)
The Creation Through My Eyes/ Life Is Just Beginning 10/21/67 Polydor 56207    
The Creation How Does It Feel To Feel [alternate version]/ Life Is Just Beginning 11/67   Decca 32227 A-side has additional guitar overdubs; B-side of German 45 (Hit-ton 300 121) was "If I Stay Too Long" (alt. mix)
The Creation How Does It Feel To Feel/ Tom Tom 1/68 Polydor 56230    
The Creation Midway Down/ The Girls Are Naked 4/68 Polydor 56246   With Ron Wood on guitar; stereo mix of A-side has longer fade
The Creation Bonney Moroney/ Mercy Mercy Mercy 1968   Hit-ton 300 210 [Ger.] A-side is leftover track from 1966 (aka "Bony Moronie")
The Creation For All That I Am/ Uncle Bert 1968   Hit-ton 300 235 [Ger.] B-side co-produced by Glyn Johns; A-side is alt. mix
The Creation Sylvette 1966   Vogue INT.18098 [Fr.] Instrumental on a 1966 French EP; 2:44 & 3:28 versions exist
The Creation I Am The Walker N/A     Outtake from 1967; available on various compilations
The Creation Sweet Helen N/A     Outtake from 1967; available on various compilations
The Creation Ostrich Man N/A     1967 outtake; available on various compilations; alt. mix exists
The Creation Instrumental #1 N/A     Outtake, released on 1998 "Making Time" CD
The Creation ACTION PAINTING 2017   Numero NUM064 2-CD set, incl. new stereo mixes of Talmy songs; with prev.-unreleased inst. versions of "Making Time" & "How Does..."
The Creation CREATION THEORY 2017 Edsel CREATIONBOX01   4-CD + DVD box, including new stereo mixes of Talmy songs; with instrumental "Making Time" &" How Does..."
Jimmy David / Trenton Carlisle Renee Ran Away [Jimmy David]/ Walkin' To Paradise [Trenton Carlisle] 5/62   Dore 637 P: Talmy; W: Talmy (A&B); possibly also Talmy as engineer; B-side is instrumental; A-side aka "Renee Got Away"
Bill Davies with the David Whitaker Orchestra ...AND A TOUCH OF LOVE 1966 CBS BPG 62718   Full artist credit is "Bill Davies—Harpsichord with the David Whitaker Orchestra"; also with The Mike Sammes Singers
Dave Davies ?Death Of A Clown/ Love Me Till The Sun Shines 7/8/67 Pye 7N 17356 Reprise 0614 Talmy lists this in his discography, but Ray Davies may have produced it; US 45 credits Talmy; no credits on UK 45
Dave Davies ??{Susannah's Still Alive}/ Funny Face 11/24/67 Pye 7N 17429 Reprise 0660 B-side may have been produced by Talmy (no producer credit on US or UK label)
The Dennisons Lucy (You Sure Did It This Time)/ Nobody Like My Babe 10/64 Decca F 11990    
The Dennisons Why Can't You Let Me Know N.R.     Unreleased track recorded in 1964
The Dixielanders Cyclone/ Mardyke 5/17/63 Vocalion (E)V 9209   P: Talmy/Stone; Irish showband later became The Dixies
The Easybeats Friday On My Mind/ Made My Bed; Gonna Lie In It 10/14/66 United Artists UP 1157 United Artists UA 50106 "Produced for Albert Productions by Shel Talmy"
The Easybeats Who'll Be The One/ Saturday Night 3/17/67 United Artists UP 1175   "Produced for Albert Productions by Shel Talmy"
The Easybeats {Heaven And Hell}/ Pretty Girl 6/23/67 United Artists UP 1183 United Artists UA 50187 "Produced for Albert Productions by Shel Talmy" (B)
The Easybeats GOOD FRIDAY 5/67 United Artists (S)ULP 1167   Talmy is credited on the sleeve; "Do You Have A Soul" is edited; mono LP is fold-down
The Easybeats FRIDAY ON MY MIND 5/23/67   United Artists UAL 3588 (dedicated mono mix)/ UAS 6588 (stereo) Omits "Hound Dog" (but includes old song "Make You Feel Alright"); "Do You Have" is unedited; mono LP is dedicated mix
The Easybeats {Falling Off The Edge Of The World (Seeing You With Him)}/ Remember Sam 9/5/67   United Artists UA 50206 "Prod. for Albert Productions by Shel Talmy" (B)
The Easybeats Lisa 1967   U.A. 36.112 [Fr.] Released on a French EP; alt. take released on "Making Time"
The Easybeats All Gone Boy 11/67   U.A. 36.117 [Fr.], Parlo. GEPO-70048 [Aus.] Released on French and Australian EPs in 1967; 1992 "Friday On My Mind" CD has new stereo remix
The Easybeats Forget Yourself N.R.     Unfinished outtake produced by Talmy in 1967
The Easybeats ?Where Did You Go Last Night [instrumental] [aka Check The Bassline] N/A     Early take possibly produced by Talmy 1/67-3/67 (other takes probably done with Glyn Johns later in '67)
The Easybeats ?My Old Man's A Groovy Old Man [instrumental] N/A     Unfinished outtake, 1967; maybe rec. after the split from Talmy
Billy Eckstine Unknown titles c. 1961/62     Apparently, Talmy worked as an engineer for Billy Eckstine during Talmy's stint at Conway Studios in L.A.
The Eyes ??When The Night Falls/ I'm Rowed Out 11/65 Mercury MF 881   "Arrival Of The Eyes" album indicates that Talmy produced this; other sources credit Mike Hawker; label has no credits
Georgie Fame Unreleased demos c. 1963/64 N.R.     Talmy says he recorded 4 demos with Fame at Decca in 1963/64
Eugene Ferris There Was A Smile In Your Eyes/ Soft Moon 5/66 Planet PLF 112   With "The David Whitaker Orchestra and the Diamond Six Singers"; MD/A: Whitaker; pic sleeve credits Eugene B. Ferris
The Firing Squad A Little Bit More/ Bull Moose 7/64 Parlophone R 5152    
The First Gear A Certain Girl/ Leave My Kitten Alone 10/64 Pye 7N 15703   Alternate version of B-side released on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
The First Gear The 'In' Crowd/ Gotta Make Their Future Bright 1/65 Pye 7N 15763   W: Talmy/Jon-Mark (B)
The First Gear The Night Is Lonely N.R.     Unreleased track recorded in July 1964
The First Gear Running Out Of Kisses N.R.     Unreleased track recorded in July 1964
The Fortunes and The Cliftones Summertime Summertime/ I Love Her Still 9/63 Decca F 11718   P: Talmy/Stone; credited to "THE FORTUNES", with "and THE CLIFTONES" in smaller font underneath
The Fortunes Caroline/ If You Don't Want Me Now 1/64 Decca F 11809   P: Talmy/Stone
The Fortunes I Like The Look Of You/ Come On Girl 5/29/64 Decca F 11912   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Ivor Raymonde
The Fortunes Look Homeward Angel/ I'll Have My Tears To Remind Me 9/64 Decca F 11985   P: Talmy; MD: Mike Leander
The Fortunes ?{You Gave Me Somebody To Love}/ Silent Street 6/66 Decca F 12429   Talmy lists the B-side in his discography, although the label credits Noel Walker as producer
The Fortunes ?Gone From My Mind/ Silent Street 1966   Press 60001 Unsure if Talmy produced either song (no credits on the labels)
Ray Gates It's Such A Shame/ Have You Ever Had The Blues 10/14/66 Decca F 12501   Gates was an African-American serviceman, discovered by Margo & The Marvettes; alt. vers. of B-side is on "Planet Mod"
Weston Gavin Got A Feeling/ Top Ten Woman Blues 1966 CBS 202095    
Wayne Gibson and The Dynamic Sounds Beachcomber/ Linda Lu 8/10/63 Decca F 11713   P: Talmy & Stone
Wayne Gibson and The Dynamic Sounds Come On Let's Go/ Pop The Whip 1/3/64 Decca F 11800   P: Talmy & Stone; B-side credited to The Dynamic Sounds only
Wayne Gibson with The Dynamic Sounds Kelly/ See You Later Alligator 8/14/64 Pye 7N 15680   Promo copies are credited to Wayne Gibson only; no producer credit on labels; alt. vers. of B-side included on "Planet Beat"
Wayne Gibson with The Dynamic Sounds Portland Town/ Please Baby Please 3/19/65 Pye 7N 15798   W: Talmy/Mark (A); no producer credit on labels; promo copies are credited to "Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds"
Wayne Gibson Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead [alternate] N/A     On 2018 "Planet Beat" CD; rec. 8/64; Gibson released a new version of this in Oct. 1965 (produced by Andrew J. Wood)
The Gnomes of Zurich Please Mr. Sun/ I'm Coming Down With The Blues 11/66 Planet PLF 121 Planet 45-121 P: The National Elf Service; US single may not exist
Goldie and the Gingerbreads That's Why I Love You/ The Skip 4/9/65 Decca F 12126   P: Shel Talmy/Anim Productions (the single was recorded in the US); alt. version of B-side was released on "Planet Mod"
Goldie & The Gingerbreads That's Why I Love You/ What Kind Of Man Are You 1965   Atco 45-6354 The labels credit Anim Productions but not Talmy; 2021 Ace Records comp. credits Talmy/Anim for both songs
Goldie and the Gingerbreads Sailor Boy/ Please Please 7/65 Decca F 12199   P: Shel Talmy/Anim Productions; A-side is Chiffons cover
Goldie & The Gingerbreads ?{Think About The Good Times}/ Please Please 8/66   Atco 45-6427 B-side may be remake done without Talmy
Goldie / Gingerbreads Look For Me Baby N/A [Ace CD/LP]   Kinks cover from c. 6/65; P: Talmy/Anim Productions
Goldie / Gingerbreads Sporting Life N/A [Ace CD/LP]   Prev.-unreleased, rec. c. 6/65; P: Talmy/Anim Productions
Goldie / Gingerbreads I See You've Come Again N/A [Ace CD/LP]   Prev.-unreleased, rec. c. 6/65; P: Talmy/Anim Productions
Goldie / Gingerbreads Margo's Groove N/A [Ace CD]   Prev.-unreleased, rec. c. 6/65
Goldie / Gingerbreads 85 Westbourne Terrace N/A [Ace CD]   Prev.-unreleased, rec. c. 6/65
Goldie / Gingerbreads ?Something Beautiful N/A [Ace CD/LP]   Outtake rec. c. 6/65; P: "Anim Productions" (per 2021 comp.)
Goldie / Gingerbreads ??Baby N.R.     Outtake from c. 6/65, listed in Atlantic's database
Goldie / Gingerbreads ??Instrumental N.R.     Rec. c.6/65; listed in Atlantic's database; alt. vers. of "Skip"?
Goldie And The Gingerbreads THINKING ABOUT THE GOOD TIMES 2021 Ace CDCHD 1579 [CD]/
Ace XXQLP 072 [LP]
  Compilation featuring several previously-unreleased tracks
Johnny B. Great & The Goodmen School Is In/ She's A Much Better Lover Than You 9/63 Decca F 11740   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Leander; with The Orchids on backing vocals
Johnny B. Great Acapulco 1922/ {You'll Never Leave Him} 1/64 Decca F 11804   P: Talmy/Stone (A); MD: C. Blackwell (A); Co-W: Talmy (A)
Johnny B. Great ??If I Had A Hammer 7/1/64 Decca LK 4620   Poss. produced by Talmy; on "Just For You" soundtrack
Johnny B. Great & The Orchids What'd I Say N/A     Previously unreleased song; released on 2018 "Planet Beat" compilation CD
Rene Hall Unknown titles 1961/62     From Talmy's days as engineer at Conway Studio
Roy Harper Midspring Dithering/ Zengem 10/67 CBS 203001 Epic 10268  
Roy Harper Life Goes By/ Nobody's Got Any Money In The Summer 4/5/68 CBS 3371   Withdrawn; A: Keith Mansfield (A); B-side is same song as "You Don't Need Money"
Roy Harper COME OUT FIGHTING GENGHIS SMITH 1/68 CBS (S)BPG 63184    
Roy Harper FOLKJOKEOPUS 4/69 Liberty LBS 83231 [s]/ LBL 83231 [m] World Pacific 21888  Tracklists differ slightly for US & UK albums
Screamin' Jay Hawkins THE NIGHT AND DAY OF 1966 Planet PLL 1001   Produced by Don Arden in England in 1965 ("A Contemporary Record Production") and licensed to Planet
Screamin' Jay Hawkins THE PLANET SESSIONS 2017 Ace CDCHD 1493   Includes several outtakes and alternate versions
Lee Hazlewood FORTY 1969   LHI S-12009 "A Shel Talmy Production for Lee Hazlewood Productions"
Lee Hazlewood {No Train To Stockholm}/ What's More I Don't Need Her 1970   LHI LHI-28 "A Shel Talmy Production for Lee Hazlewood Productions"
Lee Hazlewood For Once In My Life N/A     Outtake; bonus track on 2017 "Forty" reissue
Lee Hazlewood Send Out Love [backing track] N/A     Outtake; bonus track on 2017 "Forty" reissue
The Hearts Young Woman/ Black Eyes 6/6/64 Parlophone R 5147   This group later moved to Germany and became Jimmy & The Rackets; "Planet Beat" CD has alterate version of B-side; Talmy produced 1-2 additional songs by the group
Dave Helling It Ain't Me Babe/ If You're Gonna Leave Me 4/65 Stateside SS 409   B-side also by Lancastrians, Lee Hazlewood (W: Talmy/Mark)
Dave Helling Christine/ The Bells 12/10/65 Planet PLF 101   Arr.: David Whittaker
Mable Hillery ITʼS SO HARD TO BE A NӀGGΕR 1968 Transatlantic XTRA 1063 Vogue LDVS 17151 [Ger.] This album was produced by Talmy with Hugh Murphy & Joe Lustig; it also features Jon-Mark on guitar; Hillery was an African-American blues singer who toured the U.K. in 1968
Steve Holly / Stevie Holly A Strange World/ The Little Man 1/66 Planet PLF 107   "A Link Record Production"; some copies have "Stevie Holly" sticker on the label (Holly was female, real name Ida Holly)
Christine Holmes A Shoulder To Cry On N/A     Prev. unreleased, 1969/70; on "Shel's Girls" CD; W: Talmy
John Lee Hooker Mai Lee/ Don't Be Messing Around With My Bread 5/66 Planet PLF 114   From 11/64 sessions produced by Don Arden; licensed to Talmy for Planet 45; no producer credits on the labels
John Lee Hooker JOHN LEE HOOKER [aka "...AND SEVEN NIGHTS"] 1971 XTRA 1114   From 11/64 Don Arden sessions; Talmy acquired the rights in 1965 but rumored release on Planet apparently didn't happen; in 1971 Talmy helped to get the LP released in the UK
Nicky Hopkins Mr. Big/ Jenni 3/66 CBS 202055   MD: David Whitaker
Nicky Hopkins THE REVOLUTIONARY PIANO OF NICKY HOPKINS 6/66 CBS (S)BPG 62679   "Directed by David Whittaker"; "A Shel Talmy Production"
Nicky Hopkins And The Whistling Piano Mr. Pleasant/ Nothing As Yet 6/67 Polydor 56175 Decca 32139, Decca 9-34466 [promo] A-side is a Kinks cover; some (all?) UK 45s say "Nicki Hopkins &..."; some US 45s say "...His Whistling Piano"
Alan Hull We Can Swing Together/ Obidiah's Grave 1969 Big T BIG 129   P: Hugh Murphy for Shel Talmy Productions
The Idols ???That's My Baby/ She's Mine N.R.     Unreleased acetate, c. 1966; possibly from Talmy's library
The Imp-Acts It's Superman/ Our Love Is Gone N/A     Unreleased from 2/66; included on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
Bert Jansch BIRTHDAY BLUES 1/69 Transatlantic TRA 179 Reprise RS 6343  
Jody Grind ONE STEP ON 11/69 Transatlantic TRA 210   Produced by Hugh Murphy for Shel Talmy Productions
John And Johnny Be My Girl/ It's You 9/63 Decca F 11719   P: Talmy & Stone; MD: Earl Guest; rumor of Talmy involvement with 1966 "Johnny & John" 45 is unfounded
David John And The Mood ??Pretty Thing/ To Catch That Man 5/64 Vocalion V.9220   Group members have indicated that Talmy produced this (and that Mick Jagger played maracas on it!); 45 label lists the producer as "Sounds Commercial"; no mention of Talmy
John Lee's Groundhogs I'll Never Fall In Love Again/ Over You Baby 1/66 Planet PLF 104 Planet 45-104 P: "Freeway Music" (Bill Wyman & Mike Vernon on A-side; Glyn Johns & Bill Wyman on B-side)
Jon & Alun RELAX YOUR MIND WITH JON & ALUN 1963 Decca LK 4547   This is Jon-Mark & Alun Davies
Jon-Mark Baby I Got A Long Way To Go/ Night Comes Down 1/11/65 Brunswick 05929 Decca 31732 P: "Orbit-Universal Music Co., Ltd."; B-side also recorded by Mickey Finn (written by Talmy/Mark)
Jon Mark Paris Bells/ Little Town Girl 1/66 Brunswick 05952 Decca 31929 A-side also recorded by Nicky Hopkins and Lee Hazlewood
Jon-Mark SALLY FREE AND EASY 9/22/2017 RPM retro 993 [CD]   Tracks 1-12 are from unreleased 1965 LP produced by Talmy
Davy Jones [David Bowie] You've Got A Habit Of Leaving/ Baby Loves That Way 8/20/65 Parlophone R 5315   Early David Bowie; rec. with the Lower Third but credited to Davy Jones; Talmy CD "Makin' Time" has alt. vers. of A-side
Davy Jones with The Lower Third I'll Follow You N/A     1965 outtake, recorded by David Bowie with his early group The Lower Third; released on 1991 "Early On" CD
Davy Jones with The Lower Third Glad I've Got Nobody N/A     1965 outtake; released on 1991 "Early On" CD
Davy Jones [David Bowie] That's Where My Heart Is N/A     1965 outtake; released on 1991 "Early On" CD
Davy Jones [David Bowie] I Want My Baby Back N/A     1965 outtake; released on 1991 "Early On" CD
Davy Jones [David Bowie] Bars Of The County Jail N/A     1965 outtake; released on 1991 "Early On" CD
Davie Jones and the Lower Third Certain Woman N.R.     Unreleased song written by David Bowie, registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2021
Davie Jones/Lower Third Cupid N.R.     Registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2021
Davie Jones/Lower Third Keep Up With The Jones' N.R.     Registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2021
Davie Jones/Lower Third Leave Her To Me N.R.     Registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2021
Davie Jones/Lower Third You Gotta Tell Her N.R.     Registered by Talmy in 2021; aka "You Better Tell Her"?
David Jones/David Bowie So Near To Loving You N.R.     Registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2021
David Jones/David Bowie Don't Try To Stop Me N.R.     Registered by Talmy's publishing company in 2022
Davie & B.L. Jones with the Lower Third ?Born Of The Night N.R.     Rec. 5/65 (it may be a demo recorded without Talmy); one acetate credits it to Davie & B.L. Jones with the Lower Third
Davie Jones and the Lower Third ??I Don't Mind N.R.     Unreleased, rec. c. 5/65 (it may be a demo rec. without Talmy); an acetate credits it to Davie Jones and the Lower Third
Davy Jones and the Lower Third ??I Wish You Would N.R.     Unreleased song recorded c. 5/65 (it may have been a demo recorded without Talmy)
Davy Jones and the Lower Third ??I Want Your Love N.R.     Unreleased song recorded c. 1965 (it may have been a demo recorded without Talmy)
David Jones/David Bowie ?I Do Believe I Love You N.R.     Demo c.1965-66, maybe written for and/or produced by Talmy
David Jones/David Bowie ?I Live In Dreams N.R.     Demo c.1965-66, maybe written for and/or produced by Talmy
David Jones/David Bowie ?How Can I Forget You? N.R.     Demo c.1965-66, maybe written for and/or produced by Talmy
Kenny And The Wranglers Somebody Help Me/ Who Do You Think I Am 1/65 Parlophone R 5224   Band sang A-side in film "Be My Guest"; Talmy may have been involved with their next 45 ("Doobie Doo" / "Moonshine"), which was produced by Peter Gage of The Zephyrs
Dominic King The Happiness You Bring Me Makes Me Sad/ See If I Care 8/29/69 Bell BLL 1072    
The Kinks Long Tall Sally/ I Took My Baby Home 2/7/64 Pye 7N 15611 Cameo 308 US 45 was reissued as Cameo 345 in 12/64
The Kinks You Still Want Me/ You Do Something To Me 4/17/64 Pye 7N 15636   From same session as first single
The Kinks You Really Got Me/ It's All Right 8/4/64 Pye 7N 15673 Reprise 0306  
The Kinks KINKS 10/2/64 Pye NPL 18096 [mono]/ NSPL 83021 [stereo]   Mostly new recordings from 8/64 sessions; alt. versions exist for "Monkey Business", "Got Love", maybe "Revenge"; stereo LP has true stereo mixes except for "You Really Got Me"
The Kinks All Day & All Of The Night/ I Gotta Move 10/23/64 Pye 7N 15714 Reprise 0334  
The Kinks "Kinksize Session" EP 11/27/64 Pye NEP 24200   With 4 new songs
The Kinks YOU REALLY GOT ME 11/64   Reprise R(S) 6143 3 less songs than "Kinks" LP; has an alternate version of "Bald Headed Woman"; stereo LP is mostly true stereo mixes
The Kinks Tired Of Waiting For You/ Come On Now 1/15/65 Pye 7N 15759 Reprise 0347 Alt. take of B-side released on 2008 "Picture Book" box
The Kinks Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy/ Who'll Be The Next In Line 3/19/65 Pye 7N 15813 Reprise 0366  
The Kinks KINKS-SIZE 3/17/65   Reprise R(S) 6158 Has songs from UK "Kinksize Session" EP; stereo LP is simulated except for "Revenge" and "I'm A Lover..."
The Kinks KINDA KINKS 3/5/65 Pye NPL 18112 Reprise R(S) 6173 US LP was released in August, with altered tracklist; stereo LP is simulated
The Kinks Set Me Free/ I Need You 5/21/65 Pye 7N 15854 Reprise 0379  
The Kinks See My Friends/ Never Met A Girl Like You Before 7/30/65 Pye 7N 15919 Reprise 0409 Some early pressings spell the A-side as "See My Friend"
The Kinks "Kwyet Kinks" EP 9/17/65 Pye NEP 24221   UK debut (and only 45 release) of "Well Respected Man"
The Kinks Well Respected Man/ Such A Shame 10/27/65   Reprise 0420 A-side also on export 45 (Pye 7N 17100) b/w "Milk Cow Blues"
The Kinks Till The End Of The Day/ Where Have All The Good Times Gone 11/19/65 Pye 7N 15981 Reprise 0454  
The Kinks KINKDOM 11/65   Reprise R(S) 6184 Has songs from UK "Kwyet Kinks" EP; stereo LP is simulated
The Kinks THE KINK KONTROVERSY 11/26/65 Pye N(S)PL 18131 Reprise R(S) 6197 "Stereo" LP has simulated stereo
The Kinks Dedicated Follower Of Fashion/ Sittin' On My Sofa 2/25/66 Pye 7N 17064 Reprise 0471  
The Kinks Sunny Afternoon/ I'm Not Like Everybody Else 6/3/66 Pye 7N 17125 Reprise 0497  
The Kinks FACE TO FACE 10/28/66 Pye N(S)PL 18149 Reprise R(S) 6228 Sleeve says "Recorded by Shel Talmy"; labels say "A Shel Talmy Production"; stereo LP is true stereo except for "House...", "Sunny Afternoon" & "I'll Remember" (all mono)
The Kinks Dead End Street/ Big Black Smoke 11/18/66 Pye 7N 17222 Reprise 0540 Labels credit Talmy, but A-side maybe produced without him
The Kinks Mr. Pleasant/ This Is Where I Belong 4/21/67 Pye 7N 17314 [export]   Issued for export only (Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway)
The Kinks Mr. Pleasant/ Harry Rag 5/24/67   Reprise 0587 Labels credit Talmy as sole producer of both songs
The Kinks Waterloo Sunset/ Act Nice And Gentle 5/5/67 Pye 7N 17321   Talmy & Ray Davies both say they produced the A-side (45 label credits Talmy); 2 attempts at backing track were done with Talmy c. 3/67; Davies did secret remakes c. 4/3-13/67
The Kinks Waterloo Sunset/ Two Sisters 7/26/67   Reprise 0612 Both labels credit Talmy; B-side recorded 11/66 and/or 2/67
The Kinks LIVE AT KELVIN HALL [aka THE LIVE KINKS] 8/67 Pye N(S)PL 18191 Reprise R(S) 6260 Talmy is credited on US LP (titled "The Live Kinks") but not UK LP; stereo LP is true stereo
The Kinks SOMETHING ELSE BY THE KINKS 9/15/67 Pye N(S)PL 18193 Reprise R(S) 6279 Talmy produced some songs (he's credited on US LP but not UK LP); stereo LP is true stereo (UK LP may have alt. mix)
The Kinks Village Green 5/1/67   Pye PNV 24191 [Fr.], Pye HPY 337-38 [Sp.] Apparently this song was recorded c. 11/25/66 (with overdubs or re-recording in 2/67) but not released until late 1968 (aside from appearing on rare French/Spanish EPs)
The Kinks {Autumn Almanac}/ Mr. Pleasant 10/13/67 Pye 7N 17400   B-side is prev.-released song (P: "Ray Davies & Shel Talmy")
The Kinks {Autumn Almanac}/ David Watts 11/29/67 Pye 7N 17405 [export] Reprise 0647 Pye 45 was export for Scandinavia; US 45 credits Talmy
The Kinks {Days}/ She's Got Everything 6/28/68 Pye 7N 17573 Reprise 0762 B-side is leftover from c. 2/7/66 (label credit: P: Ray Davies)
The Kinks I Don't Need You Anymore N/A     This is a previously-unreleased song from c. 1/20/64; released on 1998 "Kinks" CD
The Kinks ??It's You N.R.     Possibly recorded c. 4/27/64; never released
The Kinks ?One Fine Day N.R.     Pete Quaife recalls that this was recorded in 1964
The Kinks You Really Got Me [unreleased version] N.R.     Recorded c. 6/15/64 at Pye Studios #1; never released
The Kinks Don't Ever Let Me Go N/A     Outtake from c. 9/8/64; released on 2008 "Picture Book" box
The Kinks ??I Just Want To Walk With You N.R.     Possibly recorded c. 9/8/64; never released
The Kinks ??Having A Good Time N.R.     Possibly recorded c. 8/3/65; never released
The Kinks Time Will Tell N/A     Outtake c.10/25-26/65; issued on 1983's "Dead End Street"
The Kinks ??Listen To Me N/A     Possibly recorded c. 10/25-26/65 with Talmy
The Kinks And I Will Love You N/A     Outtake c.12/29-30/65; issued on 2008 "Picture Book" box
The Kinks Mr. Reporter N/A     This version has Ray on vocals; recorded c. 2/2/66; released on 2008 "Picture Book" boxed set
The Kinks ?A Girl Who Goes To The Discotheques N.R.     Reportedly recorded 4/11-12/66; never released
The Kinks ?Everybody Wants To Be A Personality N.R.     Possibly recorded 4/11-12/66; never released
The Kinks ?Fallen Idol N.R.     Poss. rec. 4/11-12/66 and/or 6/6-9/66; never released
The Kinks ?Yes Man N.R.     Possibly recorded c. 5/12/66; never released; this may be an early version of "Plastic Man"
The Kinks ?Sir Jasper N.R.     Poss. rec. c. 5/12/66 and/or c. 4/11-12/66; never released
The Kinks ?Lilacs And Daffodils N.R.     Rewrite of "Sir Jasper", poss. rec. c. 6/66; never released
The Kinks ??She's My Girl N.R.     Reportedly a Dave Davies song from c. 1965/66
The Kinks ?Sand On My Shoes N/A     Outtake from c.11/24-25/66; remade as "Tin Soldier Man"
The Kinks ??Little Women N/A     Outtake from c. 6/12/67; unsure if Talmy was involved
Steven Lancaster San Francisco Street/ Miguel Fernando Stan Sebastian Brown 12/18/67 Polydor 56215 Decca 32232 This was the alias of songwriter Lee Moseley
The Lancastrians We'll Sing In The Sunshine/ Was She Tall 11/13/64 Pye 7N 15732   Demo of B-side released on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
The Lancastrians Let's Lock The Door (And Throw Away The Key)/ If You're Going To Leave Me 2/26/65 Pye 7N 15791   W: Talmy/Jon-Mark (B) (it was also recorded by Dave Helling, and was remade by Lee Hazlewood as "Bye Babe" in 1969)
The Lancastrians There'll Be No More Goodbyes/ Never Gonna Come On Home 5/65 Pye 7N 15846 Capitol 5501  
The Lancastrians Lonely Man/ I Can't Stand The Pain 9/65 Pye 7N 15927   The A-side was also recorded by The Emotions in 1965 (Polydor BM 56025) (published by Orbit Music)
The Lancastrians Not The Same Anymore/ The World Keeps Going Round 2/4/66 Pye 7N 17043 Jerden JD 215 B-side is Kinks cover
The Lancastrians Ballad Of The Green Berets/ My Little Rose 3/66 Pye 7N 17072   B-side is an instrumental
Perpetual Langley We Wanna Stay Home/ So Sad 4/66 Planet PLF 110   This was Mary Langley; A: David Whittaker
Perpetual Langley Surrender/ Two By Two 5/66 Planet PLF 115   B-side previously intended for Listen (featuring Robert Plant)
The League Of Gentlemen How Can You Tell/ How Do They Know 2/66 Planet PLF 109    
Brenda Lee ??unconfirmed titles c. 1963     A 1963 news story stated that Talmy had worked with Lee
Van Lenton Gotta Get Away/ You Don't Care 10/1/65 Immediate IM 008 Smash S-2007 Arranger & Conductor: Les Reed
Jerry Lee Lewis with The Plebs ?(My Baby Don't Love) No One But Me 1965     From 1965 film "Be My Guest"; maybe produced by Talmy (he was the film's music director); W: Pete Gage/Geoff Pullum
The Liberators It Hurts So Much/ You Look So Fine 6/65 Stateside SS 424   This group later became Pinkerton's (Assort.) Colours
The Liberators Gotta Have You N/A     Previously unreleased song; on 2018 "Planet Beat" comp.
Listen Everybody's Gonna Say/ Two By Two N.R.     This band (with Robert Plant) signed with Talmy c.4/66, but the proposed 45 wasn't released (unsure if it was recorded)
Gerry Lockran HOLD ON- I'M COMING! 1966 Planet PLL 1002   Produced and directed by Jon-Mark for Talmy's label
Trini Lopez Sinner Not A Saint/ {Where Can My Baby Be} 1962   DRA 315 [1962], United Modern UM-106 [1963] W: Talmy; Talmy met Lopez at a party c. 1961 and convinced him to record this song (Talmy didn't produce it); also rec. by Denny Paul (Imperial 5948, 1963) but it didn't credit Talmy
Tony Lord World's Champion/ It Makes Me Sad 12/10/65 Planet PLF 102   Arranger: David Whittaker
The Mandrake Memorial Unreleased recordings c. 1969 N.R.     Talmy worked with the band for 2 days (at IBC) before leaving; 2016's "3 Part Inventions" may have songs from those sessions
Manfred Mann Unreleased demos c. 1963 N.R.     Talmy says he recorded 4-5 demos with Manfred Mann at Decca Studios c. 1963 (April?); Decca rejected them
Manfred Mann Just Like A Woman/ I Wanna Be Rich 7/28/66 Fontana TF 730 Mercury 72607 Talmy is credited on US 45 & his website; no credit on UK 45
Manfred Mann "Just Like A Woman" French EP 9/1/66   Fontana 465.320 ME With exclusive track "Let It Be Me"
Manfred Mann Semi-Detached, Suburban Mr. James/ Morning After The Party 10/21/66 Fontana TF 757   Talmy is credited on the labels of some pressings; stereo mix of A-side omits backing vocals at end
Manfred Mann Semi-Detached, Suburban Mr. James/ Each And Every Day 10/7/66   Mercury 72629  
Manfred Mann AS IS 10/28/66 Fontana (S)TL 5377   Talmy is credited on both A&B side labels
Manfred Mann "Instrumental Assassination" EP 12/2/66 Fontana TE 17483   Talmy credited on labels; songs also on "What A Mann" comp.
Manfred Mann ?Ha! Ha! Said The Clown/ Feeling So Good 3/23/67 Fontana TF 812 Mercury 72675 Talmy says he produced A-side, although Gerry Bron has stated that he was the producer; no credit on 45 label
Manfred Mann Sweet Pea/ One Way 5/5/67 Fontana TF 828   Sources include a "Record Collector" article, although Talmy does not list it on his website; no credit on 45 labels
Manfred Mann ?Mighty Quinn/ By Request - Edwin Garvey 1/12/68 Fontana TF 897 Mercury 72770 Sources include "Record Collector", though the band and Mike Hurst have taken credit for the A-side; no credits on labels
Manfred Mann ?"UP THE JUNCTION" [soundtrack] 2/23/68 Fontana (S)TL 5460  Mercury SR-61159 Talmy was not credited on original LP, but he was listed as producer when the soundtrack was licensed for streaming
Manfred Mann ?Theme—"Up The Junction"/ Sleepy Hollow 2/23/68 Fontana TF 908   No producer credits on labels; Talmy was credited as producer of A-side when the soundtrack was licensed for streaming
Manfred Mann My Name Is Jack/ There Is A Man 6/7/68 Fontana TF 943 Mercury 72822 Sources incl. "Record Collector"; no label credit; US 45 has alt. version of A-side ("super spade" lyric changed to "superman")
Manfred Mann THE MIGHTY QUINN 5/6/68   Mercury SR-61168 Unsure if Talmy was involved beyond the 3 previously-released songs (and 1966 outtake "The Vicar's Daughter")
Manfred Mann MIGHTY GARVEY! 6/28/68 Fontana (S)TL 5470   Unsure if Talmy produced every track
Manfred Mann ?Eastern Star N/A     Outtake from "Just Like A Woman" era; unsure if Talmy produced it; released on 2004 "Up The Junction" CD
Manfred Mann ?Miss J.D. N/A     Outtake from "Semi Detached" sessions; unsure if Talmy produced it; released on 2004 "What A Mann" CD
Manfred Mann ??Mohair Sam N/A     Outtake from "As Is" era; unsure if Talmy produced it; released on 2004 "Up The Junction" CD
Manfred Mann ??Lovebird N/A     Outtake from "As Is" era; unsure if Talmy produced it; released on 2004 "Up The Junction" CD
The Manish Boys I Pity The Fool/ Take My Tip 3/5/65 Parlophone R 5250   Featuring David Bowie (his 2nd 45); alternate versions of both songs were released on 1991 "Early On" CD
The Manish Boys Got To Make It Up To Her N.R.     Demo recorded for Talmy c. 1965-66 (after Bowie left group?)
Margo and The Marvettes Say You Will/ Cherry Pie 6/64 Parlophone R 5154 American Arts AA-8 This is Margo Burns and a 5-man backing band; she's not related to the Margo from Goldie & the Gingerbreads
Margo and The Marvettes Copper Kettle/ So Fine 1/65 Parlophone R 5227   Talmy also produced a 3rd 45 with Margo (see Sherri Weine)
Margo and The Marvettes This Heart Is Not For Sale N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2019 "Shel's Girls" compilation
The Mar-kets ?Surfer's Stomp/ Start 12/61 Liberty LIB 55401 Liberty F-55401 Supposedly engineered by Talmy (this was a US session); the US 45 was also pressed as Union 501 (c. 1961)
The Mickey Finn The Sporting Life/ Night Comes Down 3/8/65 Columbia DB 7510 World Artists 1048 Both songs credit Talmy as co-writer (B-side also recorded by Jon-Mark); the labels list the artist as just 'Mickey Finn'
The Mickey Finn Ain't Necessarily So N/A     Outtake from 1965, reportedly produced by Talmy
The Mickey Finn ??God Bless The Child N/A     Outtake, 6/66; unsure if Talmy produced it or other '66 demos
Kenny Miller Restless/ Take My Tip 4/65 Stateside SS 405   B-side is earliest known David Bowie cover (see Manish Boys); alt. vers. is on "Planet Mod"; U.S. 45 on U.A. canceled
Kenny Miller Do What You Do To Me N.R.     Canceled single from c. 10/65; written by Lindsay Muir
Kenny Miller ?When The Earth Was Green N.R.     Unreleased track from c. 10/65; unsure if Talmy involved
Lindsay Muir's Untamed - see "The Untamed"          
The Nashville Teens That's My Woman/ Words 1/13/67 Decca F 12542 MGM 13678  
The Nashville Teens I'm Coming Home/ Searching 3/10/67 Decca F 12580   B-side written by Oliver Norman/Tony Wilson (Soul Brothers)
National Pinion Pole Make Your Mark Little Man/ I Was The One You Came In With 3/66 Planet PLF 111   The label spells the artist as "National Pinion Pole" (not "National 'Pinion Poll")
Shel Naylor How Deep Is The Ocean/ La Bamba 11/63 Decca F 11776   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Charles Blackwell
Shel Naylor One Fine Day/ It's Gonna Happen Soon 3/6/64 Decca F 11856   P: Talmy/Stone; W: Dave Davies (A)
Shel Naylor Stompin' Joe N.R.     Unreleased song recorded in 2/64
The New Breed ?Unto Us [demo] N/A     1965 demo for Planet Records (P: G. Johns?); unsure if Talmy was involved; released in 2018 on "Planet Mod" comp.
The Niteshades Be My Guest/ {I Must Reveal} 5/65 CBS 201763   W: Talmy/Mark; group members confirm involvement from Talmy, though the 45 lists Ted Taylor as producer; song was used in film of same name (which had Talmy as MD)
Oliver Norman Drowning In My Own Despair/ Down In The Basement 7/67 Polydor 56176   The 45 lists the artist as 'Oliver Norman', althouh BMI and the 45 label list the songwriter as 'Norman Oliver'
Oliver Norman Drowning In My Own Despair/ Your Love Counts (So Much More) 10/67   Decca 32209 "Produced by Shel Talmy for Inter Global Records Corp"
Oliver Norman Don't Make Promises/ Reach Out 1968   Decca 32354 "Produced by Shel Talmy for Inter Global Records Corp"
Oliver Norman People People/ You'll Find It Will Come 4/68 Polydor 56247   A-side is apparently a rare Cat Stevens song
The Orchids Gonna Make Him Mine/ Stay At Home 9/20/63 Decca F 11743   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Mike Leander; W: Talmy (B)
The Orchids Love Hit Me/ {Don't Make Me Mad} 11/29/63 Decca F 11785 London 9637 P: Talmy/Stone (A); MD: Charles Blackwell (A); US 45 is credited to 'The Blue Orchids'
The Orchids I've Got That Feeling/ {Larry} 3/13/64 Decca F 11861   P: Talmy/Stone (A); MD: Charles Blackwell (A); W: Ray Davies (A); A-side is earliest known Kinks cover
The Blue Orchids Oo-Chang-A-Lang/ I've Got That Feeling 4/27/64   London 45-9669 W: Talmy (A); group is same as The Orchids
The Orchids Mr. Scrooge 7/1/64 Decca LK 4620   W: Talmy/Hiller; from "Just For You" film soundtrack
The Orlons Spinnin' Top/ Anyone Who Had A Heart 7/66 Planet PLF 117   Talmy didn't produce this single -- it was a U.S. recording that he licensed for his label
The Pathfinders Lonely Room/ Love, Love, Love N/A     Unreleased 1965 single; B-side released on "Planet Beat"
The Pathfinders Why N/A     Outtake from 1965; released on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
Gary Paxton Unknown titles 1961/62     From Talmy's days as engineer at Conway Studio
The Pentangle THE PENTANGLE 5/17/68 Transatlantic TRA 162 Reprise RS-6315 Talmy is credited on both labels
The Pentangle Travellin' Song/ Mirage 5/68 Big T BIG 109   Unsure if Talmy produced both songs (he is credited on the German & Dutch 45s, but not the UK/France/Spain 45s)
The Pentangle Way Behind The Sun/ Let No Man Steal Your Thyme 12/68   Reprise 0784 Talmy is credited on the labels
The Pentangle SWEET CHILD [2-LPs] 12/68 Transatlantic TRA 178 Reprise 2RS-6334 One LP is live, the other is studio; Talmy credited on labels
The Pentangle Once I Had A Sweetheart/ I Saw An Angel 5/16/69 Transatlantic/Big T BIG 109 Reprise 0843 Talmy is credited on both labels
The Pentangle BASKET OF LIGHT 10/69 Transatlantic TRA 205 Reprise RS-6372 Talmy is credited on labels and back sleeve
The Pentangle Light Flight (theme from "Take Three Girls")/ Cold Mountain 1/70 Transatlantic/Big T BIG 128   Talmy is credited on both labels; some pressings list the A-side as "Take Three Girls (Light Flight)"
Plain & Fancy Surrender/ Two By Two N/A     Acetate from 1965/66; A-side released on "Shel's Girls" CD
Jimmy Powell {Remember Then}/ Everyone But You 2/63 Decca F 11570   P: Talmy & Stone; MD: Mark David; in film "Just For Fun"
The Preachers Hole In My Soul/ Too Old In The Head 8/27/65 Columbia DB 7680   P: Bill Wyman; B-side published by Orbit Music (Talmy helped get the group signed to Columbia); rec. 7/65 at IBC
The Preachers Goodbye Girl N/A     July 1965 outtake written & produced by Bill Wyman (also recorded by the Stones); released on 2018 "Planet Mod" CD
The Presidents She Said Yeah N/A     Unreleased song on 2018 CD "Planet Beat"; P: Glyn Johns
The Pros And Cons Whirlybird - Part I/ Whirlybird - Part II 4/65   Decca 31767 Featuring musicians from various French groups, including Joe Fegan from Les Play Boys (vocals/guitar)
The Pros And Cons Why Do You Stand In My Way N/A     Previously unreleased song; on 2018 "Planet Mod" comp.
The Pros And Cons Mary Ann N/A     Previously unreleased song; on 2018 "Planet Mod" comp.
Lou Rawls ?{Nine-Pound Hammer}/ Above My Head 1961   Capitol 4669 Poss. engineered (or produced?) by Talmy; US session
Little Richard Unknown titles c.1961/62     Apparently, Talmy worked as an engineer for Little Richard during Talmy's stint at Conway Studios in L.A.
The Rising Sons You're My Girl/ Try To Be A Man 6/11/65 Stateside SS 426   W: Talmy/Perry Ford (B)
The Rising Sons Talk To Me Baby/ Try To Be A Man 7/65   Amy 931 W: Talmy/Ford (B); alternate (slower) version of B-side exists
The Rocking Vickers It's Alright/ Stay By Me 3/66 CBS 202051   Talmy lists this in his discography, although the labels credit Glyn Johns; the B-side lists Orbit Music as publisher; A-side is early version of "The Kids Are Alright"
The Rockin' Vickers Dandy/ I Don't Need Your Kind 7/66 CBS 202241 Columbia 4-43818 The band featured Lemmy (of Motorhead fame)
The Rockin' Vickers Little Rosy N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake from autumn 1966; written by Herbie Armstrong/Paul Murphy, not Ray Davies; released on 1995 CD "Lifelines"
The Rockin' Vickers ?Baby Never Say Goodbye N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake from early 1966; unsure if Talmy involved
The Rockin' Vickers ?Shake Rattle & Roll N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake on 1995 & 1999 CDs; unsure if Talmy directly involved
The Rockin' Vickers ?Say Mama N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake on 1995 & 1999 CDs; unsure if Talmy directly involved
The Rockin' Vickers ?What's The Matter Jane N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake on 1995 & 1999 CDs; unsure if Talmy directly involved
The Rockin' Vickers ??I Just Stand There N/A [retro 803, RPM 196]   Outtake on 1995 & 1999 CDs; unsure if Talmy involved
The Rocking Vickers LIFELINES - THE COMPLETE ROCKING VICKERS 1995 RPM retro 803 [CD]   Features all of the above tracks; re-issued in 1999 as "The Complete: It's Alright" (RPM 196)
Cloda Rodgers Believe Me I'm No Fool/ End Of The Line 10/62 Decca F 11534   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; W: Talmy (B)
Cloda Rogers Sometime Kind Of Love/ I See More Of Him 3/63 Decca F 11607   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; credited to 'Rogers'
The Rokes {Graze A Te}/ La Mia Citta' 1965 Arc AN 4067 [Italy]   Talmy says he produced B-side (45 credits Ferruccio Ricordi)
The Rokes THE ROKES 1966 Vik VIK 3021 [Spain LP]   Talmy reportedly produced one song ("Stop And Watch The Children Play"; English version of "La Mia Citta"); unsure if he produced others
Major Rowely /
Major Rowly
There's A Riot Going On/ Do It The Right Way 10/65 Stateside SS 438 Amy 934 W: Talmy (A); this is John Rowlands backed by Tony Rivers & the Castaways; UK 45 says Rowely, US 45 says Rowly
Sallyangie Two Ships/ Colours Of The World 7/29/69 Big T BIG 126   Talmy maybe also involved with '68 "Children Of The Sun" LP
Debbie Sharron Falling Star/ Cruel Way To Be 9/61   Bamboo 516 Talmy's first-ever production, in US; W: Talmy (B)
Doug Sheldon Lollipops And Roses/ One Way To Say Goodbye 6/62 Decca F 11514   Talmy's first UK production (the producer credit reads "Stone & Talmy"); W: Talmy/Stone (B)
Doug Sheldon {Live Now, Pay Later}/ Me 10/62 Decca F 11529   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Charles Blackwell; W: Talmy (B)
Liz Shelley Make Me Your Baby/ You Made Me Hurt 9/10/65 Brunswick 05940 Decca 31840 No producer credit on UK 45 (US 45 credits Talmy)
Liz Shelley No More Love/ I Can't Find You 2/25/66 Brunswick 05953 Decca 31976 UK 45 is credited to 'Liz Shelly' (P: Orbit-Universal Music)
Liz Shelley Tar And Cement N/A     Prev. unreleased, 1966; on 2019 "Shel's Girls" compilation
Dani Sheridan Guess I'm Dumb/ Songs Of Love 1/66 Planet PLF 106   Sheridan (aka Sally Adams and Sally Sheridan) is mother of Nicollette Sheridan; A-side is Brian Wilson song
Ray Singer Unknown titles       Singer says Talmy produced him in the '60s
The Sneekers Bald Headed Woman/ I Just Can't Go To Sleep 10/64 Columbia DB 7385   B-side is Ray Davies song; A-side was also recorded by The Kinks in August 1964 (it credits Talmy as the writer)
The Soul Brothers [The Corduroys] Searching N/A     From "Planet Mod"; duo of Tony Wilson & Oliver Norman, who later became The Corduoys; also rec. by Nashville Teens
Soul Brothers/Corduroys Goodbye So Long N/A     From "Planet Mod"; also rec. as "Goodbye, Baby, Goodbye"
Soul Brothers/Corduroys You're My Woman N.R.     Unreleased song from above session (11/14/66, Regent)
Soul Brothers/Corduroys I Gotta Get You N.R.     Unreleased song from above session (11/14/66, Regent)
Soul Brothers/Corduroys Somebody's Gonna Have My Love N.R.     Unreleased song from above session (11/14/66, Regent)
Soul Brothers/Corduroys No Part Time Love N.R.     Unreleased song from above session (11/14/66, Regent)
Soul Brothers/Corduroys Stick O' Dynamite N.R.     Demoed for Talmy c. 1966-67 but never released
Soul Brothers/Corduroys Don't Push Me N.R.     Demoed for Talmy c. 1966-67 but never released
Jim Sullivan Toad Stool/ Bach & Forth 1963   London 45-LON 9585 W: "Sheldon Talmy" (A); no producer credit on label
The Sundowners Where Am I/ Gotta Make Their Future Bright 2/65 Parlophone R 5243   B-side is same as First Gear song (written by Talmy/Mark)
The Talismen Casting My Spell/ Masters Of War 4/19/65 Stateside SS 408 American Arts AA-22 US 45 has alt. mix of B-side; "Planet Beat" has alt. version of A-side; Talmy did not produce 1966 "Talismen's Style" LP
The Talismen Just Can't Keep A Good Man Down N/A     Previously unreleased; included on 2018 "Planet Beat" CD
(Alan Freeman and) The Talmy Stone Band Madison Time/ Madison Time 11/62 Decca F 11543   A-side has spoken bit by DJ Alan Freeman; P: Talmy & Stone
The Talmy Stone Orchestra And Chorus ROSES ARE RED AND OTHER TEENAGE HITS 1962 Ace Of Clubs ACL 1134    
The Thoughts All Night Stand/ Memory Of Your Love 9/30/66 Planet PLF 118 Planet 45-118 P: "Orbit Music"; Ray Davies wrote A-side to tie-in with Thom Keyes book of same name, which was issued by Talmy's publishing company; US 45 has faster version of A-side
The Thoughts Call Me Girl N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 1" comp.
The Thoughts Pretty Girl N/A     Previously-unreleased track; Easybeats cover
The Thoughts ?Girls In Short Short Dresses N.R.     Unreleased song, apparently played in short film of same name
The Thoughts ?Who's To Blame N.R.     Unreleased song, 1966, apparently played in a short film
The Total Think N/A     Rec. c.6/68 at Regent, but apparently not released until 2018 "Planet Mod" comp.; P: Hugh Murphy for Talmy Productions
The Trekkas Please Go/ I Put A Spell On You 2/66 Planet PLF 105 Planet 45-105 P: Teke [Terence Brown]; US single may not exist
The Trekkas We Got A Good Thing Going N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Trekkas Something You Got N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Trekkas Hold On I'm Coming N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Trekkas I'll Always Be There N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Trekkas Baby Can You Feel My Love N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Tribe The Gamma Goochie/ I'm Leaving 2/66 Planet PLF 108   P: John D. Sullivan
The Tribe Don't Let It Be N/A     P: Sullivan; prev.-unreleased, on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2"
The Tribe My Heart Won't Believe It N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
The Tribe Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose N/A     Prev. unreleased track on 2012 "Planet Archive Vol. 2" comp.
unknown Grave Digger/ Come On Back N/A     Acetate from c. 1964/65; A-side released on "Shel's Girls"
unknown ?Woman, What Are You Tryin' N/A     From Orbit Music acetate; unsure if Talmy directly involved
unknown ?You Can't Turn Love Off And On N/A     From Orbit Music acetate; unsure if Talmy directly involved
unknown ?(You Got Something) Deeper Than Love N/A     From Orbit Music acetate c. 1966; unsure if Talmy involved
unknown ?Your Genuine Soul N/A     From Orbit Music acetate c. 1966; unsure if Talmy involved
unknown ?Looking For Someone N/A     From Orbit Music acetate c. 1966; unsure if Talmy involved
unknown ?Bum Trip N/A     From Orbit Music acetate c. 1966; unsure if Talmy involved
The Untamed Once Upon A Time/ I'm Asking You 3/65 Parlophone R 5258   "A Shel Talmy Prod." (produced by Glyn Johns under Talmy's direction)
The Untamed I'll Go Crazy/ My Baby Is Gone 6/18/65 Stateside SS 431 Bell B-621 P: "Shel Talmy" (Glyn Johns under Talmy's direction)
The Untamed It's Not True/ Gimme Gimme Some Shade 12/10/65 Planet PLF 103 Planet 45-117 "A Shel Talmy Production" (Glyn Johns under Talmy's direction); A-side is Who cover
The Untamed I'm Miserable N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 1/65; previously unreleased
The Untamed Evening N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 5/65; previously unreleased
The Untamed Butterfly N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 9/65; previously unreleased
The Untamed Sometimes N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 9/65; previously unreleased
The Untamed Young Girl Of Sixteen N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 10/65; previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed Daddy Long Legs/ Trust Yourself A Little Bit 6/66 Planet PLF 113   "An Orbit Music Production" (P: Glyn Johns/Talmy); an alternate version of the A-side exists
Lindsay Muir's Untamed When Sonny Gets Blue N/A     P: Glyn Johns/Talmy c. 2/66 previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed Hey Baby N/A     P: Hugh Murphy/Talmy c. 2/66; previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed Kids Take Over N/A     P: Ken Chaplin/Talmy c. 5/66; previously unreleased; liner notes claim this is a rare Pete Townshend song
Lindsay Muir's Untamed I'm Going Out Tonight N/A     P: Ken Chaplin/Talmy c. 5/66; previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed Mayfair 4321 N/A     P: Ken Chaplin/Talmy c. 5/66; previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed The Way You Look Tonight N/A     P: Ken Chaplin/Talmy c. 5/66; previously unreleased
Lindsay Muir's Untamed Everything Happens To Me N/A     P: Ken Chaplin/Talmy c. 5/66; previously unreleased
The Untamed GIMME GIMME (Singles And Unreleased Rarities 1965-1966) 3/2001 RPM RPM 223   With above tracks + 4 jingles from c.4/66 (produced by Shel?); later issued as "Planet Records Archive Vol. 3" download
The Untamed I'm Leaving N/A     Prev. unreleased song, 1965-66; on 2018 "Planet Mod" CD
Lindsay Muir's Untamed ?When Will I See You N.R.     Unreleased song recorded in 1966
Lindsay Muir's Untamed ?Fall In Love N.R.     Unreleased, c.1966; Muir also recorded many unreleased songs 1967-69, some w/ H. Murphy (unsure if Talmy involved)
Various "Be My Guest" film 1965     Talmy was MD; unsure if he was involved with all songs
Various "Scream And Scream Again" film 1969     Talmy was MD; unsure if he was involved with all songs; film has 2 songs by Amen Corner plus music by David Whittaker
Various/Pentangle "Tam Lin" film [aka "The Devil's Widow"] 1970     Talmy produced 3 tracks which Pentangle recorded for this film; Talmy also served as co-music supervisor for film
Various THE BEST OF...PLANET RECORDS 12/19/00 RPM RPM 215   Compilation of songs from Talmy's record label
Various THE PLANET RECORDS ARCHIVE VOL. 1 2012 Popgear   Downloadable compilation, including several rarities
Various THE PLANET RECORDS ARCHIVE VOL. 2 2012 Popgear   Downloadable compilation, including several rarities
Various MAKING TIME - A SHEL TALMY PRODUCTION 5/26/17 Ace CDCHD 1497   Compilation of songs produced by Talmy, including rarities
Various PLANET MOD - BRIT SOUL, R&B AND FREAKBEAT FROM THE SHEL TALMY VAULTS 4/27/18 Big Beat CDWIKD 336 [CD], XXQLP2 052 [LP]   With several unreleased songs and/or alternate versions; also issued as "Planet Records Archive Vol. 5" download
Various PLANET BEAT - FROM THE SHEL TALMY VAULTS 7/6/18 Big Beat CDWIKD 341   With several unreleased songs and/or alternate versions; also issued as "Planet Records Archive Vol. 4" download
Various SHEL'S GIRLS - FROM THE PLANET RECORDS VAULTS 9/27/19 Ace CDCHD 1554   Selection of female acts from the '60s, with prev.-unreleased songs; also issued as "Planet Records Archive Vol. 6"
Bobby Vee ??unconfirmed titles c. 1963     A 1963 news story stated that Talmy had worked with Vee
Tony Victor Cokey Cokey (Hokey-Kokey)/ Thinking Of You 4/63 Decca F 11626   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest; W: Talmy/Stone (A)
Tony Victor In The Still Of The Night/ Money 8/63 Decca F 11708   P: Talmy/Stone; MD: Earl Guest
Sherri Weine Start The World Spinning/ Don't Forget 6/65   World Artists 1038 This is Margo of the Marvettes; Talmy (or a record exec) had her make this single under the name 'Sherri Weine' in hopes of getting a hit in America; MD: A. Greenslade; no label credits
Houston Wells Blue Of The Night/ Coming Home 1/65 Parlophone R 5226    
The David Whitaker Orchestra MUSIC TO SPY BY 1966 CBS BPG 62532    
The Who I Can't Explain/ Bald Headed Woman 1/15/65 Brunswick 05926 Decca 31725 The 2002 stereo mix of the A-side omits tambourine; 2002 stereo mix of B-side is 23 seconds longer; W: Talmy (B)
The Who Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere/ Daddy Rolling Stone 5/21/65 Brunswick 05935   Slightly different stereo mixes of B-side were released on "Two's Missing" (1987) and deluxe "My Generation" (2002)
The Who Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere/ Anytime You Want Me 6/5/65   Decca 31801 Apparently, the A-side has never been released in stereo (2002 "My Generation" CD uses the French EP version)
The Who Unreleased studio album N.R.   [Decca] There were preliminary plans to release an album in July 1965; canceled after poor reviews of 9-track demo pressing
The Who My Generation/ Shout And Shimmy 11/5/65 Brunswick 05944   P: "Orbit-Universal Music Co., Ltd."
The Who My Generation/ Out In The Street 11/20/65   Decca 31877 2002 stereo mix of the A-side omits some guitar parts
The Who MY GENERATION 12/3/65 Brunswick LAT 8616 [mono]   Has "I'm A Man" but not "Instant Party"; an edited stereo mix of "I'm A Man" would later appear on "Two's Missing"
The Who THE WHO SINGS MY GENERATION 4/66   Decca DL 4664 [mono]/
DL 74667 [fake stereo]
Has "Instant Party" but not "I'm A Man"; "The Kids Are Alright" is edited
The Who A Legal Matter/ Instant Party [aka "Circles"] 3/11/66 Brunswick 05956   P: "Orbit-Universal Music Co., Ltd."; 2002 stereo mix of B-side (the original version of "Circles") omits French horn; alt. mix released on 2008 Japanese "My Generation" box
The Who The Kids Are Alright [edit]/ A Legal Matter 7/66   Decca 31988 2002 stereo mix of the B-side omits some guitar parts
The Who The Kids Are Alright/ The Ox 8/12/66 Brunswick 05965   2002 stereo mix of the A-side omits some backing vocals
The Who La La La Lies/ The Good's Gone 11/11/66 Brunswick 05968   2002 stereo mixes of both songs omit some backing vox; 2002 "My Generation" has longer fadeout for B-side
The Who Lubie (Come Back Home) N/A     Outtake from c. 3/65; first released on 1985's "Who's Missing" (in stereo); 2002 "My Generation" has new stereo mix
The Who Motoring [aka "Motor-vating"] N/A     Outtake from c. 3/65; first released on 1987's "Two's Missing" (in stereo); 2002 "My Generation" has new stereo mix
The Who Heatwave N/A     Outtake from c. 3/65; unrelated to 1966 remake; released on "Two's Missing" (stereo) & '02 "My Generation" (stereo remix)
The Who Leaving Here N/A     Outtake from c. 3/65; at least 3 diff. takes exist; unsure if Shel produced them all; Version 1 on "Who's Missing" (& "30 Years" box), #2 on 1998 "Odds & Sods", #3 on 2002 "My Generation"
The Who Instant Party Mixture N/A     Outtake from early 1966; unrelated to song "Circles"
The Who Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere [French EP version] 1966   Brunswick 10 668 [French EP] Has alternate vocals; this is the version that was used for stereo mix on the 2002 "My Generation" CD
The Who My Generation [instrumental] N/A     Bonus track on 2002 "My Generation" CD
The Who Anytime You Want Me [vocals only] N/A     Bonus track on 2002 "My Generation" CD
The Who MY GENERATION (Deluxe Edition) [2-CD] 8/27/02   Universal 112926 Featuring new three-track stereo mixes of all above songs
The Who Substitute [unknown version] N.R.     Talmy says he produced a version of this song at IBC
The Who ?Happy Jack [unknown version] N.R.     Talmy's website lists this song in his discography
The Who ??Baby Don't You Do It N/A     Outtake from c. late '64/early '65, on '98 "Odds & Sods" CD; unconfirmed if Talmy produced it (may be pre-Talmy audition?)
The Who ???You Don't Have To Jerk N.R.     Possibly recorded with Talmy c. 3/65; never released
Wild Silk Poor Man/ Stop Crying 5/68 Polydor 56256   B-side reportedly written by Allan Davies, not Dave or Ray
Wild Silk (Vision In A) Plaster Sky/ Toymaker 1/31/69 Columbia DB 8534 GRT 3 US 45 lists artist as Basil; A-side aka "(Visions In A)..."
Wild Silk Help Me/ Crimson And Gold 8/15/69 Columbia DB 8611    
Wild Silk Jessie/ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 2/69   Kapp K-974 B-side reportedly written by Allan Davies, not Ray
Wild Silk VISIONS IN A PLASTER SKY 10/20/17 RPM retro 995 [CD]   Includes tracks from unreleased 1969 album
A Wild Uncertainty A Man With Money/ Broken Truth 10/66 Planet PLF 120 Planet 45-120 P: G. Johns; A: A. Greenslade; Mitch Mitchell: percussion
A Wild Uncertainty La La La Lies N/A     Prev. unreleased Who cover; on "Planet Archive Vol. 1" comp.
Shirley Young ?What Do I See N.R.     Acetate from 1964 which ended up in the Orbit Music library; unsure if Talmy directly involved; this may be Van Lenton
The Young Ones Baby That's It/ How Do I Tell You (I Don't Love You) 8/63 Decca F 11705   P: Talmy & Stone; MD: Earl Guest
The Zephyrs I Can Tell/ Sweet Little Baby 1/31/64 Columbia DB 7199   "A Filmusic Prod." (produced by Talmy, per Pete Gage)
The Zephyrs A Little Bit Of Soap/ No Message 7/64 Columbia DB 7324   "A Filmusic Prod."
The Zephyrs Wonder What I'm Gonna Do/ Let Me Love You Baby 11/64 Columbia DB 7410 Rotate 5009 "A Shel Talmy Production For Filmusic"
The Zephyrs She's Lost You/ There's Something About You 2/12/65 Columbia DB 7481 Rotate 5006 "A Shel Talmy Production For Filmusic"; Joan Jett later covered the A-side for the 1987 film "Less Than Zero"
The Zephyrs I Just Can't Take It/ She Laughed 6/65 Columbia DB 7571   "A Filmusic Prod."; Zephyrs sang B-side in "Be My Guest" film
The Zuider Zee (You're My) Soul And Inspiration/ Please Don't Call Me 4/66 CBS 202062   "An Eddie Trevett-Orbit Production"; a 1966 Billboard article confirms Talmy's involvement (he owned Orbit Music)
The Zuider Zee Peace Of Mind/ Provocative Child 8/66 CBS 202235   P: "Eddie Trevett-Orbit Music"; credited to just 'Zuider Zee'
           
Unknown Andrea ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Beginning Of Love ????     Written by Talmy/Michael Stone (Charles Stone)
Unknown Big City Lights ????     Written by Talmy/Robert Sprayberry
Unknown Buckaroo ????     Written by Talmy/Reg Guest
Unknown Did I Forget To Hang Up ????     Written by Talmy/Robert Sprayberry
Unknown Game Of Love ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Girl Power ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Hey Look At Me ????     Written by Talmy; unsure if related to "Look At Me"
Unknown I'm A Winner ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Just A Drifter ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Just Want Your Kissing ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Need A 24/7 Woman ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Ode To Janis ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Red Dragon Bar ????     Written by Talmy c. 1961
Unknown Remember The Alamo ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Six Gun ????     Written by Talmy/Ernest (Ernie) Dunstall
Unknown Stay Here With Me ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown That's How I Am ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown The Bookworm Kid ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Too Bad, How Sad, Too Bad ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown Walk Alone ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown We Are The Winners ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown We're #1 ????     Written by Talmy
Unknown When They Ran Away ????     Written by Talmy/Michael Stone (Charles Stone)
Unknown ?Look At Me ????     Possibly written by Talmy with John Turner c. 1963
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