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Singles (1964)

"Baa Baa Blacksheep"

45
Crusader Recorders

1964
Credited to "Bo-Pete" (Nilsson).



"Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun)"/"Groovy Little Suzie"

45
Try
TRY-501
1964
Credited to "Bo-Pete" (Nilsson).



"Donna I Understand"/"Wig Job"

45
Mercury
7232
1964
Songwriter is listed as "Harry Neilson" and singer is credited as "Johnny Niles."

Producer Jack Tracy thought "Wig Job" was a certain hit. It ended up as the -side of this, Harry's first real single release.



'"Stand Up And Holler"/""Stand Up And Holler"

45
Foto-Fi
Foto-Fi 107
1964
Nilsson recorded as "Foto-Fi" for the soundtrack of a film of The Beatles arriving in America. Some references list the b-side as "Isamel" or "Ismael" - the result of "Stand Up and Holler / [same]" being mistranscribed into "Stand Up and Holler / Isamel".




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