Tommy Roe discography

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Tommy Roe discography
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Tommy Roe in 1970
Studio albums13
Compilation albums5
Singles55

Thomas David "Tommy" Roe (born May 9, 1942) is an American singer-songwriter that had several chart topping songs in multiple countries during the 1960s including Sheila and Sweet Pea. [1] He recorded 13 studio albums and 55 singles from 1960 to 1987.

Contents

Albums

Studio albums

YearAlbumChart Positions
US
1962Sheila110
1963Something for Everybody
1964Everybody Likes Tommy Roe
1965Ballads and Beat
1966Sweet Pea94
1967Phantasy
It's Now Winter's Day159
1969Dizzy25
1970We Can Make Music134
1971Beginnings
1976Energy
1977Full Bloom
2012Devil's Soul Pie

Compilation albums

YearAlbumChart Positions
US
197012 in a Roe: A Collection of Tommy Roe's Greatest Hits 21
197216 Greatest Hits
1990The Best Of Tommy Roe: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
1993Tommy Roe's Greatest Hits
199820 Greatest Hits

Singles

YearSingle (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
UK [2] AU [3] CAN [4] U.S. [5] U.S. Country [6] GER RIAA Certification [7] Album
1960"Caveman"
b/w "I Got a Girl"
Whirling with Tommy Roe and Al Tornello
"Sheila"
b/w "Pretty Girl" (Non-album track, and not the same recording as below)
"I Got a Girl"
b/w "Pretty Girl"
1962"Sheila"
b/w "Save Your Kisses" (Non-album track)
31119GoldSheila
"Susie Darlin'" /37132135
"Piddle De Pat"1321
"Rainbow" /82Non-album tracks
"Town Crier"82
1963"Gonna Take a Chance"
b/w "Don't Cry Donna"
78
"Everybody"
b/w "Sorry I'm Late Lisa" (Non-album track)
91833Sweet Pea
"The Folk Singer"
b/w "Count on Me" (Non-album track)
4203484
"Kiss and Run"
b/w "What Makes the Blues Want to Pick on Me"
77Non-album tracks
1964"Carol"
b/w "Be a Good Little Girl" (Non-album track)
166112 in a Roe: A Collection of Tommy Roe's Greatest Hits
"Come On"
b/w "There Will Be Better Years"
422336Non-album tracks
"A Wild Water Skiing Weekend"
b/w "Dance with Henry"
"Oh So Right"
b/w "I Think I Love You"
"Party Girl"
b/w "Oh How I Could Love You" (Non-album track)
785Sweet Pea
1965"Diane from Manchester Square" /84Non-album tracks
"Love Me, Love Me"84
"Fourteen Pairs of Shoes"
b/w "Combo Music"
"I'm a Rambler, I'm a Gambler"
b/w "The Gunfighter"
"Wish You Didn't Have to Go"
b/w "I Keep Remembering (Things I Forgot)"
"Doesn't Anybody Know My Name (Two-Ten, Six-Eighteen)"
b/w "Everytime a Bluebird Cries"
1966"Sweet Pea"
b/w "Much More Love" (Non-album track)
718GoldSweet Pea
"Hooray for Hazel"
b/w "Need Your Love" (Non-album track)
2826
1967"It's Now Winter's Day"
b/w "Kick Me Charlie" (from Sweet Pea)
1323It's Now Winter's Day
"Sweet Sounds"
b/w "Moon Talk"
"Sing Along with Me"
b/w "Nightime"
91
"Little Miss Sunshine"
b/w "The You I Need"
99Phantasy
"Melancholy Mood"
b/w "Paisley Dreams"
1968"Dottie I Like It"
b/w "Soft Words"
Non-album tracks
"Sugar Cane"
b/w "An Oldie But a Goodie"
1969"Dizzy"
b/w "The You I Need" (from Phantasy)
12114GoldDizzy
"Heather Honey"
b/w "Money Is My Pay"
24962923
"Jack and Jill"
b/w "Tip Toe Tina" (Non-album track)
27105312 in a Roe: A Collection of Tommy Roe's Greatest Hits
1970"Jam Up and Jelly Tight"
b/w "Moontalk" (Non-album track)
558Gold
"Pearl"
b/w "Dollars Worth of Pennies" (from Dizzy)
601750We Can Make Music
"Stir It Up and Serve It"
b/w "Firefly"
6950
"We Can Make Music"
b/w "Gotta Keep Rolling Along" (from Dizzy)
8749
"Brush a Little Sunshine"
b/w "King of Fools"
1971"Little Miss Goodie Two Shoes"
b/w "Traffic Jam" (from We Can Make Music)
Non-album tracks
"Pistol Legged Mama"
b/w "King of Fools" (from We Can Make Music)
1971"Stagger Lee"
b/w "Back Streets and Alleys"
921725Beginnings
1972"Sarah My Love"
b/w "Chewing on Sugarcane"
Non-album tracks
"Mean Little Woman, Rosalie" /92
1973"Working Class Hero"9773
"Working Class Hero" (see above)
b/w "Sun in My Eyes"
1975"Glitter and Gleam"
b/w "Bad News"
Energy
"Rita and Her Band"
b/w "Snowing Me Under"
Non-album tracks
1976"Slow Dancing"
b/w "Burn on Love Light"
Energy
"Everybody"
b/w "Energy"
"Early in the Morning"
b/w "Bad News" (from Energy)
Non-album track
1977"Your Love Will See Me Through"
b/w "Working Class Hero"
Full Bloom
1978"Love the Way You Love Me Up"
b/w "Dreamin' Again" (first pressings)
"Just Look at Me" (later pressings)
Non-album tracks
1979"Massachusetts"
b/w "Just Look at Me"
77
"You Better Move On"
b/w "Just Look at Me"
70
1980"Charlie, I Love Your Wife"
b/w "There's No Sun on Sunset Blvd."
87
1985"Some Such Foolishness"
b/w "Barbara Lou"
57
1986"Radio Romance"
b/w "Barbara Lou"
51
1986"Let's Be Fools Like That Again"
b/w "Barbara Lou"
38
1987"Back When It Really Mattered"
67

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