Tommy Reilly's Discography - Singles and EPs

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  • Singles and EPs - 78rpm and 45 rpm
    • Parlophone - R 3354 - Medley - Side One: I didn‘t slip, I wasn‘t pushed, I fell, Who‘ll be the next one to cry over you, Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo - Side Two: Can anyone explain, You‘re heartless, Autumn Leaves - (1951)
    • Parlophone - R 3364 - El Cumbanchero (Hernandez), Midnight in Mayfair (Chase)
      also on the Odeon label - ND 7028 - (1951)
    • Parlophone - R 3389 - The Saturday Waltz (Johanson), Capricious (Harding)- (1951)
    • Parlophone - R 3415 - Cuban Holiday (Phillips), Teddy Bears‘ Picnic (Bratton) - (1951)
    • Parlophone - R 3444 - Ciribiribin on the Mandolin (Hoffman, Corday, Carr), So Deep My Love (Stone-Drake-Shirl) - (1951)
    • Parlophone - R 3458 - Jealousy (Gade), Laura (Raksin)- (1951)
      - all the above recordings were with the Vic Hammett Quartet
    • Hohner Nr.1 - Londonderry Air (Irish Trad., arr. Tommy Reilly), Träumerei (Schumann)- (1951)
    • Hohner Nr. 2 - Minuet (Boccherini), Badinerie (Bach) - (1951)
      both singles with Adela Kotowska, piano
    • Parlophone - R 3511 - Melody on the Move (Richardson), Parade of the Tin Soldiers (Jessel) - (1952)
    • Parlophone - R 3524 - Dinah (Lewis, Young, Akst), That old black Magic (Arlen, Mercer) - (1952)
    • Parlophone - R 3560 - Martinique (Warren), Toy Trumpet (Scott) - (1952)
      all singles with the Vic Hammett Quartet
    • Parlophone - R 3598 - Bop! goes the Weasel (Bentley, Owen) - - with the Vic Hammett Quartet - Side Two - Sonny Terry - Hootin' Blues - (1953)
    • Parlophone - R 3645 - Lazy Cowboy (Guthrie), Limping Man Theme from the film Street of Shadows (Spear) - with orchestra, conducted by Eric Spear - (1953)
    • Parlophone - R 3693 - Strictly Personal (Spear), Theme from The Night of the Fourth (May) - with orchestra, conducted by Eric Spear - (1953)
    • Parlophone - R 3860 - Family Joke (Spear), High Horse (Spear) - with orchestra, conducted by Eric Spear - (1954)
    • Parlophone - R 3924 - Rip van Twinkle (Nelson), The High and the Mighty (Tiomkin) - with the Ernie Bragg Quintet
      also on the Odeon label (ND 7243) - (1954)
    • Nixa - NMEP 33 - Firefly (Phillips), Stormy Weather (Arlen), Begin the Beguine (Porter), Blue Moon (Rodgers) - with Reinhold Svensson and his Quartet - also on the Metronome label (MEP 24021)- (1954)
    • Oriole - CB 1316 - Rififi (Paris by Night) - (Larue, Gerard, Fishman) - with the Maple-Leaf Four and the Ted Astley Band - (1956)
    • Oriole - CB 1329 - Theme from The Intimate Stranger (Trevor Duncan), Side Two: Lonnie Donegan, The Passing Stranger - with Johnny Gregory and his orchestra - (1956)
    • Oriole - CB 1426 - An Ordinary Copper from Dixon of Dock Green (Darnell, Warner), On the way up (Burnaby, Mainwaring) - with the Johnny Gregory orchestra - a Jack Warner song - (1958)
    • Fontana label - H 104 - Barnacle Bill‘s Hornpipe (Addison), Count five and die (Wooldridge) - with Mike Sammes Singers and the Johnny Gregory Orchestra - (1958)
    • Hohner - T 4007 - The Navy Lark, The Sailing Valse, Before The Breeze, Hoopla (Reilly, Moody) - music from the film not the BBC Radio show - with James Moody, piano, and rhythm group - (1960)
    • Hohner - T 7003 - Chromonica - Swiss Merry-go-round (Reilly), A la Francaise (Martin), No Limit (Young), Bulgarian Wedding Dance (Moody) - with James Moody, piano, and rhythm group - (1960)
    • Decca - F 11490 - My Lost Love (Sherman) - with the Ivor Raymonde Orchestra - (1960)
    • RCA - RD 27175 - Dale Robertson Presents Western Classics - Wells Fargo Theme (Thompson), Take me back to my boots and saddle (Samuels, Whitcup, Powell), Ole faithful (Carr, Kennedy), The old Chisholm Trail (arr. McPhail), - with Roland Shaw and his orchestra - also on the RCA label (LPM 2158) - (1960)
    • Tivoli - 43008 - The New Sound of Tommy Reilly - College Girl, Blue Violets, Far, Fortune‘s Favourite - (1960)
    • Tivoli - 43009 - The Virtuosity of Tommy Reilly, Never, Days of Yearning, Lotus, Someday Soon - both singles with orchestra, conducted by Bob Hueting - (1960)
    • Tivoli - 62030 - Bavarian Woodpecker (Martin), Umbala (Martin) - with ensemble, conducted by Coen van Orsow - (1960)
    • Philips - PN 1094 - Theme from The Sundowners (Tiomkin), Down under (Tiomkin)- with Wally Stott and his orchestra - (1960)
    • Philips - BBE 12413 - Harmonica Magic - Down under (Tiomkin), Theme from The Sundowners (Tiomkin), Yokohama Holiday (Barker), The Green Leaves of Summer (Tiomkin) - with Wally Stott and his orchestra - (1961)
    • Philips - BF 326 543 - Blow, Man, Blow (Reilly, Warren), No Dice (Reilly, Warren) - (1962)
    • Philips - PB 1248 - So Little Time (Tiomkin), Moon Fire (Tiomkin), both from the film 55 Days at Peking - with the Ivor Raymonde choir and orchestra - (1963)
    • Oriole - CB 1833 - Dakota (Alan), S.O.S (Alan) - Tommy Reilly and The Tradesmen - (1963)
    • Polydor - NH 66808 Paper-hearted Friend (D. Reilly-Durham), Colours of my Life (D. Reilly-Durham) - (1967)
    • Polydor - NH 59323 - Midnight Cowboy (Barry) - with John Scott and his orchestra - (1969)
    • Polydor - 2052 001 - Valdres March (Hanssen, arr. Richards), Memories (D. Reilly-Durham) - (1969)

This information is taken from a range of sources including our own collection and the extensive listing in Uwe Warschkow's excellent book Harmonica Lessons with Tommy Reilly, produced with the help of Sigmund Groven.

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