1964


References

Title Summary
Baby It's Over music_note Baby It's Over was recorded by Debbie Burton .
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) / Groovy Little Suzie {Promo} [1964] library_music
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) / Groovy Little Suzie [1964] library_music
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) / Groovy Little Suzie {Reo} [1964] library_music
Baa Baa Blacksheep / Baa Baa Blacksheep {Barry} [1964] library_music
Baa Baa Blacksheep / Baa Baa Blacksheep {Promo} [1964] library_music The B-side is an instrumental version of the song.
Super-Duper Man (performed by Jimmie Cross) music_note Jimmie Cross released a single in 1964 on Red Bird (042) with the song The Super-Duper Man backed with Hey Little Girl .
Hey Little Girl (performed by Jimmie Cross) music_note Jimmie Cross released a single in 1964 on Red Bird (042) with the song The Super-Duper Man backed with Hey Little Girl .
She's My Girl music_note
Stand Up And Holler music_note Nilsson is credited as "Foto-Fi ".
Groovy Little Suzie music_note Harry Nilsson wrote Groovie Little Suzie but he admits the song is a copy of "Good Golly, Miss Molly" which was written by John Marascalco and was a hit for Little Richard . Little Richard recorded Harry's song. The songwriting credit, however, was given to Marascalco.
Here I Sit music_note Here I Sit was recorded by The Ronettes . "It was taken from a men's room wall: 'Here I sit, broken hearted/Fell in love, but now we parted' instead of 'farted.' 'Couldn't see the writing on the wall' If that isn't enough of a hint!" -- Harry Nilsson
Everybody Do The Philly music_note
Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun) music_note
Donna I Understand music_note One of Harry Nilsson's first records, Donna I Understand was released under the pseudonym Johnny Niles . "It sold four copies." -- Harry
All For The Beatles music_note
Baa Baa Blacksheep music_note
Baby Baby music_note