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Noel Harrison and his Calypso Band (1959)
The track Glory Mama was taken from the EP and released as a single in Italy. The record featured Italian pop singer Lety Devi on the A-side and Noel on the B-side.
Banana Boat was also taken from the EP and released as Noel's second Italian single.
The single was released as a flexi disc with only one track on it.
Decca/London singles (1965-1969)
The American version of the single A Young Girl from November 1965 featured The Future Mrs Awkins as the B-side.
A Young Girl was the biggest chart hit of Noel's early career.
Both tracks here were included on The World of Noel Harrison.
In Canada, Noel released a version of A Young Girl using Charles Aznavour's French lyrics. (listen)
From Holland is Decca's release of A Young Girl with Barbara Allen as the B-side. This version of the single was also released in 1965. Barbara Allen appeared on the compilation the World of Noel Harrison.
A 1965 four track EP from Decca featuring Over the Rainbow, Tomorrow Is My Turn, Mr Tambourine Man and To Ramona.
Three of the four tracks featured on the album Noel Harrison, but Noel's version of Over the Rainbow is only available on this EP. (listen)
Decca also released A Young Girl of Sixteen in Australia during 1966, again with Tomorrow is My Turn as the B-side.
Decca's UK version of It's All Over Now Baby Blue, from February 1966.
This version also features Much As I Love You as the B-side.
The Italian version of the Baby Blue single, also from 1966, still featured Baby Blue and Much as I Love You, but this time came with a picture sleeve, featuring the same image used on the front of the Noel Harrison album.
From 1966, Marieke with the bizarre The Man Behind The Red Balloon as the B-side. Both tracks are only available on this single. (listen)
The Man Behind The Red Balloon
The 1966 single In a Dusty Old Room later featured on Decca's The World of Noel Harrison compilation.
The B-side, Noel's funky version of the Bob Lind song Cheryl's Going Home, was only available on this single (listen)
Following the launch of The Girl From U.N.C.L.E television show in September 1966, In a Dusty Old Room was re-released in America with a picture sleeve.
The cover included a line highlighting the role Noel played in the show.
A rare London single from March 1967 featuring two tracks not released anywhere else. (listen)
Out for the Day
Fly Sing Song
Reprise singles (1967-1970)
Almost all the Reprise singles and B-sides feature on the compilation CD Life is a Dream.
From the album Collage, Noel's cover of the Leonard Cohen song, Suzanne, featured Life is a Dream on the B-side.
The record was Noel's second biggest selling single after The Windmills of Your Mind.
In Germany, Suzanne came with a picture sleeve.
The track was released by Reprise in 1967.
In Spain, Suzanne also had a picture sleeve, but this time the B-side was Noel's cover of the Donovan song Museum.
In France, Suzanne had a funky, psychedelic cover.
The B-side was Life is a Dream.
In Italy, the Suzanne single unusually featured a picture of a model on the cover, rather than one of Noel. The B-side was Life is a Dream.
Released in 1969, the single Sparrow features California Weekend on the B-side. Neither were originally included on an album but were later released on the CD Life is a Dream. Noel was encouraged to cover Sparrow by Paul McCartney.
Neither Another Virgin Spring or the B-side Tin Wedding were included on an album at the time, but both tracks are included on the CD Life is a Dream. Tin Wedding was written by Noel in 1969. The single was released in April 1970. It was the last single Noel recorded for Reprise.
Promotional Single (1968)
To promote the television show Noel Harrison is Where the Girls Are, the show's sponsors, fabric makers Celanese, released this single in April 1968.
The track, which is also called Where the Girls are, veers from music hall, to rag-time and was one of Noel's weakest performances in the show.
Posterity single (1979)
In 1979, Canadian record company, Posterity Records, released the single Spread it Around, with Do What You Do as the B-side. Both songs were taken from the album Mount Hanley Song.
Independent single (2009)
On March 4, 2009, Noel released his first single in almost 40 years. The song Avalon was taken from the album Hold Back Time. It was put out through the Amazon website and is available for download only.