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Tony Powers: Bio

Thanks for clicking on to check me out. I hope that after you read this you'll then want to click on MUSIC on the left side of this page to check out the lyrics to my new CD "WHO COULD IMAGINE", and listen to a few samples of it when they're posted soon. Of course I hope you like them all enough to
purchase the CD thru CDBaby.

At MUSIC you can see the song list of my CD "Who Could Imagine" and by clicking on each title you can read its lyric. You can also see the list of songs I've had recorded by clicking on my DISCOGRAPHY.

At LINKS you can see my MusicFilms. Since two other versions of my video, which aren't as clear pic or soundwise, were posted on YouTube by others, the one I'd like you to check out is listed with an A in front of it as: A--Don't Nobody Move (This is a Heist) --or just use the LINK provided in the column on your left to go directly to it.
Incidentally, you should know that "Heist" won the Silver Medal at the prestigious Annual International Film and Video Festival of New York, the Gold Medal at the International Music Video Festival of Saint-Tropez, and was named the Best Video of the Year by Details Magazine.

A little background info about me:

I am a born and bred New Yorker. (Grew up in The East Bronx--lived in Manhattan). I've been a singer/songwriter most of my life, first working in the "music business" as a contracted writer for Trio Music-- which was the publishing company of the great Leiber and Stoller-- in New Yorks' famous Brill Building, and then moving over to Don Kirschner's Screen Gems-Columbia Music (now EMI). My songs have been recorded by such diverse artists as Louis Armstrong,
Darlene Love, and Kiss.. with many, many artists in between-- and have been featured in many Movies, TV shows, commercials, and even Broadway Musicals. Quite a few of those songs were "hits" ( 98.6, Lazy Day, Remember When, Today I Met The Boy I'm Gonna Marry, Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts ).
I finally had to quit tho' because I found writing solely for commercial purposes was
far too limiting and restrictive. Since then I've only written about what was, and is, important to me...and, hopefully, to us all. My songs concern the "human condition" seen from a working-class viewpoint, and are, for the most part social and political comments, usually couched in dark humor with a little bit (okay--sometimes a lot) of anger, sometimes masked as sarcasm, sometimes just outright, slipped into the mix.
I now live in Los Angeles, where I continue to write songs and work as an Actor in Film and TV. As an Actor some of my credits are; Jimmy Two-Times in Martin Scorceses' "Goodfellas", Captain Mason in "Cadillac Man", I co-starred on "The King Of Queens" twice, co-starred on "NYPD Blue" twice, and my last film appearance was as Bank Mgr. John Modica in Stephen Spielberg's "Catch Me If You Can".
Thank you again for taking the time to check me out. I hope you enjoy my music. I hope it both makes you laugh...and think.
Enjoy, Tony

That's me in my own words. The following Biographical sketch was written by author Penny Stallings:

I first discovered that my friend Tony Powers had something of an underground cult following a few years ago in New Orleans where a group of us from L.A. had gathered for Jazzfest. From out of nowhere, a young guy approached him and asked him if he was who he is. Now that alone is not so out-of-the-ordinary. Tony is one of those guys everybody knows – or thinks they do. If not from the movies he’s been in, then from the part he played in the fabled Brill Building scene back in the 60s when he wrote a string of hits (“Today I Met the Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” “Remember Then,” “98.6,” “Lazy Day,” “Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts,” etc. etc.) with people like Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector while working as a contract writer for the famed duo of Leiber and Stoller. And sure enough, the guy launched into an animated recitation of the lyrics to one of Tony’s songs. But these were not the syrupy sentiments of a one of the old hits. No, these were the lyrics of “Don’t Nobody Move (This is a Heist)”. … one of the elegantly twisted compositions Tony had himself recorded years ago (years before the advent of "Rap") on his own self-produced albums Home-Made and Under the Cover of Darkness

“…I wuz underneath my dresser
Just in case of sneak attack
When this television quiz show called
To ask where I wuz at
I said "I'm underneath my dresser...
An' they're poundin' on my door"
The audience went wild 'n the emcee said
"Would you like to try for more?"
Yes!
Yes I would!”...

You have to wonder how the same guy – Tony, that is - who had written about wedding bells and “lazy days just right for lovin’ away” would end up wailing for more underneath that dresser. But like any number of other Brill Building alums who made their hit making bones during the sixties and early seventies, Tony had begun to chafe under the two-and-a-half minute tyranny of traditional pop song structure. His disenchantment with the formula was right up front for all to hear in “The Day I Lost My Watch…”

“…So I drank some beers,
For a couple of years
An’ I got so wrecked that I figured I
Could write
Well, I wrote some shit
That they called a hit”…

Unaccountably, this is the song Tony chose to turn music-publishing mogul Don Kirshner on to his new direction. It was a cold winter day in 1968, when Tony – more than a little manic – burst into Kirshner’s New York office decked out to-die-for in a black silk mohair suit, a silver silk tie, a white-on-white French-cuffed shirt…and barefoot, to play him “Watch” – which in addition to the snippy part about the ‘shit that they called a hit” related the story of a man who lost his watch and learned to tell time with, well, his crotch. Not exactly Top Ten material. And not exactly the Tony Powers Kirshner knew either. “He thought I was nuts,” Tony says now. “And he was right.”
As anyone will tell you who knew Tony then – or now - there was not much new in that. The difference was that he was no longer content simply to write criminally catchy tunes for others. The time had come for him to unleash his muse and with it, his own highly personal, highly idiosyncratic music. The new songs had all the pop top and bluesy bottom of his hits, but they were also asymmetrical, too long and too short, and their lyrics floated big ideas by rhyming big-ass words like words like heretofore, supreme court, and anthropoid, paranoid, and Sigmund Freud. Tony’s shit – his own real true shit - was a mix of Man Ray and Ray Charles – a surreal blend of comedy and metaphysical poetry that was light years away from his earlier hits – the kind of cerebral whimsy that flourishes in underground circles, sometimes becoming legendary while at the same time remaining obscure. We’re talking about a very cool tree falling in a very hip forest.

For several years that forest was the club scene in L.A. and New York where Tony put together various bands for gigs at The Troubadour and The Wilshire Ebell Theater in L.A., and Reno Sweeney’s, The Ballroom, JP’s, and The Savoy in New York, that attracted audiences of friends, family, show biz elite, artists and outcasts. Before long, the scene surrounding his live performances attracted the attention of a critic at Billboard who went on the write of his “haunting melodies and strong but rough vocals.” Next to sing his praises was the New York Times, which compared his music and lyrics to those of Kurt Weil and Randy Newman. On a roll, he came up with the idea to create a 26-minute three-song video shot on film in New York around Heist.” Now this was not to be one of your typical singer lip-syncing in extreme close-up videos - but rather a mini-movie with a maniacal Tony roaming the streets of New York and falling into raucous vignettes featuring his actor-buddies Peter Reigert, John Goodman, Treat Williams, Stephen Collins, Marcia Strassman, J.C. Quinn, and, in one of the other pieces, Odyssey, Lois Chiles. The “Heist” video won the Gold Medal at The International Music Video Festival of Saint-Tropez, the Silver Medal at The Annual International Film and Video Festival of New York, and was named as Details magazine’s Video of the Year. It also managed to outrank Grandmaster Flash, Duran Duran, and Men at Work on the Rockamerica Video Chart. Before long it was a staple on HBO, and the USA network’s uber cool Night Flight – where it provided the perfect foil for monologues by a kindred retro futurist, the late, much lamented Peter Ivers. Exposure on HBO and Night Flight in particular meant that Tony had gone national, thereby building a following of fans who revered him for all the peculiarities that confounded AM radio programmers and record company execs.

Tony was an underground artist. A rebel – albeit a suave one - who would never ever be any good. So much so, that he wanted nothing to do with the major record labels unless, of course, they were willing to make it worth his while with piles of green and total freedom to do whatever the hell he wanted. And that’s what he told Columbia Records when they offered him a deal, but the suits just didn’t get him and deep down inside, he didn’t really want them to. Nowhere was Tony’s disenchantment with the mainstream music business establishment more evident than on his second album Under The Cover of Darkness, a nosegay of violets and grenades, which he – no surprise – produced himself. The violets were the unexpectedly sweet love songs, the grenades several irate, eerily prophetic tracks that anticipate climate change, frenzied consumerism, extinct rainforests, and what was then only a twinkle in Dick Cheney’s eye – the Patriot Act. “…It’s the world we knew would be brave,” he writes, They’re watching our lives, cradle to grave…” Tony even managed to beat Joni Mitchell to the ironic punch with “Goin’ Into Space” – an eco-lament which preceded the release of her celebrated “Big Yellow Taxi” by a year.

“…Bang the bugle,
Blow the drum,
Tell the planets here we come,
To build a station far from earth,
Just three hundred billion worth”
And when the housing, and the schools,
And the jobs, and all the fools, and the water,
And the air, get so bad then
We’ll go there”…

Of course, the more pointed and off-kilter the song, the less chance it had to see the light of airplay. . And while the last thing Tony wanted was to work within the confines of the record business, he did want his songs to be heard. His frustration jumped off the cover of his first LP Home-Made in the form of rambling handwritten notes much like those on the label of a bottle of Dr. Bronner’s All-Purpose Peppermint Soap. Touting the album’s no-tech virtues, he proudly listed its lack of echo, reverb, and overdubbing. Home-made – as its title hinted - had only “one track, no engineer, no rehearsal, no musicians, no studio, no producer, no gushing executives.” Anyone misguided enough to desire those devices was advised to supply their own. In another scrawled digression Tony made himself available for personal appearances but only in his own living room, “various hallways and bathrooms, and at his friends homes.” Clearly, the man was pissed.
Predictably the songs on both albums were effectively written off as too wordy, too opinionated and too blatantly trippy for mass consumption. Sensitive – and cantankerous – soul that he is, Tony swore off the music business for good. Or for the time being anyway. Embracing the free flowing spirit of the times, he lit out for Europe where he spent time just spending time in cool places like Morocco and Spain. His wanderings eventually led him to Los Angeles where he took up residence atop a hill in Laurel Canyon – at the time an enclave of singer-songwriters like Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell and others. Whether he liked it or not, Tony was still a part of the music business – if only because of the royalties he continued to earn on his 60s hits – now classics –which were frequently used in films and television shows. And he and his band continued to gig around town at clubs like the Troubadour. However an attempt to write (“utter crap”) for mass-market consumption while on staff at Herb Alpert’s Irving-Almo Music was a misbegotten mess. Retreating back to the sanity of his own insane ingenuity he spent the next year writing “A Manhattan Rhapsody,” a musical set in a speakeasy during the Depression. A trip home to New York to find backers for the show lengthened into an extended stay during which he formed yet another band and once again began gigging around the city. But by this point, Tony’s career was about to take a serious detour as he caught the eye of the town’s casting agents. And it’s not hard to understand why.
The thing about Tony that made him a sure bet as a character actor is that he was born a character and a half – a Bronx hipster who resembles unlikely cross between Cary Grant and Doodles Weaver. And he’s not exactly what you’d call shy. While younger actors tried everything from The Method to Scientology to break into the Business, Tony’s foray into acting swung effortlessly forward from one role to another – a TV show like NYPD Blue would lead to a film like Catch Me If You Can which then led back to TV to The King of Queens, and so on until he became better known for his work as a character actor in films like Cadillac Man and – most memorably – as Jimmy Two-Times in Goodfellas , than for his classic 60s hits.
Of course, if you’re gonna do the acting thing, sooner or later you’re gonna end up in Los Angeles- and so it was with Tony. Of course, Hollywood – both in reality and as a state-of-mind – is light years way from the New York street theater that originally informed Tony’s work. Even so, its’ a sweet life if you work it right. (Swimming pools. Movie stars.) Sure, there are dry spells, but - as Tony has frequently demonstrated those spells can easily be surmounted with a well-timed turn or two in a commercial. The music business on the other hand is venal and insular. Why would anyone, let alone a kindhearted sort and inveterate pleasure seeker like Tony get tangled up in that morass again if he didn’t absolutely have to? There would have to be some kind of a revolution, some kind of a powerful new zeitgeist strong enough to sneak up on him and suck him back into the fray.

Enter underground radio and the Internet. Slowly and randomly – and entirely absent Tony’s involvement or endorsement, his music and videos began showing up in new underground media. Norm N. Night played him on his satellite radio show Remember Then (named after one of Tony’s hits). And bootlegged copies of the video of “Heist” showed up on You Tube – where they got thousands of hits along with blissful messages from old fans:
‘…This video, a superb work of art, portrays the essence of NYC and highlights the hypocrisy of the criminal injustice system with the phrase: " in my court you don't chew gum "
And then there were those who were seeing Tony for the first time:
“...Absolutely, no doubt, hands down the best video ever made! Wow dude. Wow!”
It would seem that time and the collective hip had caught up to what Tony was doing musically decades ago. How could he ignore that? It’s not like he didn’t have plenty more to say. A whole CD’s worth in fact. Yes, the audience had gone wild and the emcee asked if he’d like to try for more.
Yes!
Yes, he would!

The new CD Who Could Imagine revives some old favorites thanks to some stellar musicianship and a minimum of revision (a lucky consequence of their original prescience). The opener “How Do Ya” sets the tone by lobbing a musical grenade at war makers past, present, and future…and we’re off and running. Other new songs add “dead Iraqis, dead Marines, Darfur and sweet old N’awlins” to Tony’s list of the unjustly damned.
Luckily for us, the New Millennium Tony Powers is just as existentially apoplectic as the old one. Maybe more so. And his music – both sweet and sour - provides the perfect soundtrack for us all to dance our way to hell.
Penny Stallings, New Orleans 2007


TONY POWERS DISCOGRAPHY

TODAY I MET THE BOY I'M GONNA MARRY
Composed by: Ellie Greenwich, Tony Powers, Phil Spector
--The Crystals... Crystals (Town Sound 2001)
--The Crystals Greatest Hits (Classic World 2000)
--Ellie Greenwich Composes, Produces & Sings/Let It Be Written, Let It Be Sung (Raven 1999)
--Ellie Greenwich... I Can Hear Music: The Ellie Greenwich Collection (Razor & Tie 1999)
--Darlene Love... Back to Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 1991)
--Darlene Love... Best of Darlene Love (ABKCO 1992)
--Darlene Love... Phil Spector's 20 Greatest Hits (Spector 1977)
--Darlene Love... Story of Darlene Love (Marginal)
--Various Artists...Always on My Mind (Naxos 1991)
--Various Artists... Always on My Mind ( Elap 1999 )

REMEMBER WHEN aka REMEMBER THEN
Composed by Beverly Ross, Tony Powers
--In the Next Room Rock, Rhythm, & Doo Wop: The Concert (Rhino 2002)
--Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop: The Soundtrack (Rhino 20020
--The Earls... Malt Shop Memories, Vol. 5 (Time Life 2007)
--The Earls... Sounds of the City: New York Area Doo Wop 1956-1966 (Time/Life WEA 2007)
--The Earls...Remember When?: All the Early and Rare Sides 1991 Emor
--The Earls... Street Corner Symphonies (Time Life 2006)
--The Earls... Spotlight on Apollo Records [Box Set] (Collectables 2002)
--The Earls... Remember Then: The Best of the Earls (Ace 1994)
--The Earls... Best of Old Town Doo Woop (St. Clair 2000)
--The Earls... Doo Wop Box (Rhino 19940
--The Earls... Doo Wop Classics (Double Play 2001)
--The Earls... Doo Wop Shop (Ace 1992)
--The Earls... Doo Wop Shop (Prestige Elite 2001)
--The Earls... Doo Wop Treasures (St. Clair 2000)
--The Earls... Doo Wop's Greatest Hits (K-Tel 1997)
--The Earls... Encyclopedia of Doo Wop, Vol. 4 (Collectables 2005)
--The Earls... Finger Poppin' Doo Wop Classics (Delta Blues 2002)
--The Earls... Hits & Rarities: The Rome Years & Beyond (Dee Jay 2000 )
--The Earls... Millennium Gold, Vol. 2: WCBS (Collectables 1999)
--The Earls... Millennium Gold, Vol. 2: WJMK (Collectables 1999)
--The Earls... Millennium Gold, Vol. 2: WODS (Collectables 1999)
--The Earls... Millennium's Greatest Hits, Vol. 1-2 (Collectables 2000)
--The Earls... Millennium's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (Collectables 1999)
--The Earls... Millennium's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2: WOGL Oldies 98.1 (Collectables1999)
--The Earls.... Old Town Doo Wop, Vol. 1 (Ace1994)
--The Earls... Radio Gold, Vol. 4 (Ace 2001)
--The Earls... Remember Me Baby (Collectables1963)
--The Earls... Remember Then (Collectables1999)
--The Earls... Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (Collectables 2004)
--The Earls... Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop, Vol. 1: The Greatest Songs From Early Rock 'n' Roll (Rhino 2001)
--The Earls... Spotlight on Old Town Records (Collectables 2002)
--The Earls... Spotlite On Old Town Records, Vol. 4 (Collectables 2000)
--The Earls... Bronx Doo Wop (Collectables 2004)
--The Earls... 25 All-Time Doo Wop Hits (Varese 2002)
--The Earls... Hy Weiss Presents Old Town Records (Ace 2003)
--The Earls... Only Doo-Wop Collection You'll Ever Need (Shout Factory 2005)
--The Earls... Rock 'N' Roll Era: 1963 - Still Rockin' (Time-Life1989)
--The Earls... Doo Wop 45s on CD, Vol. 14 (Collectables 2005)
--The Earls... Doo Wop Jukebox (Golden Stars 2006)
--The Earls... Shoo Be Doo Be Doo Wop (Ace1999)
-- Frankie Valli ...Oh What A Night ...Musicpro 2006
-- The Earls / Billy Bland - Remember Then / Let The Little Girl Dance (45 rpm)
(Atlantic) 19??
--Various Artists...Old Town Records Doo Wop (Dee Jay 2000)
--Firebirds... Doo Wop, Vol. 1 (Rockville 2007)
--Five Boroughs... New York Style Doo Wop (Collectables 2007)
--The Mighty Echoes... Doo Wop Til You Drop (Primarily A Cappella 2003)
--Neighbors Complaint... Remember Then (Collectables 1990)
--Sha Na Na... Rock and Roll Is Here To Stay (Kama Sutra 1969)
--Alley Cats...Strike 3 (Primarily A Cappella 2000)
--Showaddywaddy... Very Best of Showaddywaddy (Crimson Productions 2005)
--Showaddywaddy... Showaddywaddy Crepes & Drapes (Arista 1979)
--Showaddywaddy... Very Best of Showaddywaddy (Crimson 1999)
--The Arista Singles, Vol. 1 (Glam/7T's 2002)
--Showaddywaddy... Twenty Five Steps to the Top (Bell and Arista 1974) Rock
--Showaddywaddy... Hey Rock & Roll: Very Best of Showaddywaddy (MCIMusic 2005)
--Showaddywaddy ... Under The Moon Of Love
(EMI UK) 1985
--Showaddywaddy... Jump Boogie and Jive (President 2003)
--Showaddywaddy... Rock Never Stopped (Recall 2004)
--The Speedos... It's Only Rock and Roll (Part 2003)
--Frankie Valli... Oh What a Night: In Concert (Musicpro 2006)
--The Wizards... Doo Wop Magic (Collectables 2006)
--Doo Wap... Best Selection, Vol. 4 (Jasrac 2002)
--Doo Wop Love Songs (Shout! Factory 2008)
--Doo Wop Classics: Life Is But a Dream [Music Digital] 2004 R&B
--Finger Poppin' Doo Wop, Vol. 1: Life Is But a Dream (Delta Blue 2001)
--Harlem Shuffle, Vol. 2 (FMM 2007)
--Various Artists: Remember Then (Castle Pulse 2002)
--The Earls: Hits & Rarities: The Rome Years & Beyond (Dee Jay 2000)
--The Earls Remember When: All the Early and Rare Sides (Emor 1991)

WHY DO LOVERS BREAK EACH OTHERS HEARTS
Composed by Tony Powers, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector
--Darlene Love... Best of Darlene Love (ABKCO 1992)
--Showaddywaddy... Bright Lights (Arista 1980)
--Showaddywaddy... Twenty Five Steps to the Top (Bell and Arista 1974)
--Showaddywaddy... Very Best of Showaddywaddy (Charly 1999)
--Showaddywaddy... Very Best of Showaddywaddy (Crimson Productions 2005)
--Showaddywaddy... Arista Singles, Vol. 2 (Glam/7T's 2003)
--Showaddywaddy... Hey Rock & Roll: Very Best of Showaddywaddy (MCI Music 2005)
--Showaddywaddy... Rock Never Stopped (Recall 2004)
--Showaddywaddy... Under the Moon of Love (Armoury 2000)
--Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans... Back to Mono (1958-1969) (ABKCO 1991)
--Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans... Phil Spector Definitive Collection (Universal 2006)
--Various Artists...Bionic Gold (Big Sound 1977)
--Tribute to Phil Spector:Then He Kissed Me (Prism 2003)
--Ultimate Eighties (Crimson 2002)
--The Crystals ...Greatest Hits (Classic World 2000)
--Ellie Greenwich...Composes, Produces & Sings (United Artists 1968)
--Ellie Greenwich...Let it Be Written, Let it Be Sung (Verve 1973)
--Ellie Greenwich ...I Can Hear Music: The Ellie Greenwich Collection1 (Razor & Tie 1999)
--Darlene Love ...Back to Mono (1958-1969)( ABKCO 1991)
--Darlene Love ...Best of Darlene Love (ABKCO 1992)
--Darlene Love ...Phil Spector's 20 Greatest Hits 1977
--Darlene Love ...Story of Darlene Love (Marginal 2002)

HE'S GOT THE POWER
Composed by Tony Powers and Ellie Greenwich
--The Exciters ... Best of the Girl Groups, Vol. 1 (Rhino1990)
--The Exciters ... Lost Hits of the 60's (Cema 1998) Rock
--The Exciters ... Tell Him (Collectables 1995)
--The Exciters ... One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found (Rhino 2005)
--The Exciters ... Rock 'N' Roll Era: The '60s - Teen Time (Time-Life 1991)
--The Exciters Hits from the 50s & 60s, Vol. 1 [DVD] (Legacy Entertainment 2005)
--The Best of the Girl Groups, Vol. 1 (Rhino 1990)
--The Rock 'N' Roll Era: The '60s - Teen Time (Time-Life 1991
--Wayne Fontana And The Mindbenders (as SHE'S GOT THE POWER) - Wayne Fontana And The Mindbenders
(Fontana UK) 1964
--Lost Hits of the 60's (Cema Special Markets 1998)
--Hits from the 50s & 60s, Vol. 1 [DVD] (Legacy Entertainment 2005)
--One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found (Rhino 2005)
--Les Gam's
Il A Le Truc
(Mercury) 1963

MY HEART BEAT A LITTLE FASTER
Composed by Tony Powers, Ellie Greenwich
--Darlene Love... Best of Darlene Love (ABKCO 1992)
--Darlene Love ... Story of Darlene Love (Marginal 2002)

GOTTA HAVE YOUR LOVE
Composed by: Jack Keller, Tony Powers
-- Best of the Sapphires (Sequel 1995)
--The Sapphires ... Memories Are Made of Hits, Vol. 2 (Sequel 1997)
--The Sapphires ... Who Do You Love (Collectables 1964)
--The Sapphires ... Northern Soul Generation: Keep the Faith (Castle Music 2003)
--The Sapphires... Treasure of Northern Soul (Castle Pulse 2004)

Song: WE WERE LOVERS WHEN THE PARTY BEGAN
Composed by: Tony Powers, Abe Fisher
--Sandra Barry ... That's How It Goes: The Pye Anthology (Castle 2003)
--Sandra Barry Here Come the Girls: British Girl Singers of the '60s, Vol. 1 (Sequel 1990)
--The Exciters ... Tell Him (Collectables 1995)

98.6
Composed by: George Fischoff /Tony Powers...
--Angeles...Grandes Exitos (EMI 2001) Latin
--Angeles...Los 60, Satisfacción (Disky 2005) Latin
--Aqua Velvet... Hey Everybody, Let's Fall in Love (Aqua Velvet 2006)
--The Bystanders... Piccadilly Story (Sequel 1994)
--The Bystanders... 1967: The Soundtrack (Castle 2003)
--The Bystanders... Pattern People: The Pye Anthology (Castle 2002)
--The Bystanders... Shagadelic 60's Classics, Vol. 1 (St. Clair 2001)
--The Bystanders... Shagadelic 60s Classics (Import 2000)
--Keith...Fischoff, Powers Hits of the '60s (Madacy 2006)
--Keith...Classic Rock: 1967 - Shakin' All Over (Time-Life 1989)
--Keith...AM Gold: 1967 (Time-Life Music 1991)
--Keith...British Rock, Vol. 3 (Madacy 2000)
--Keith...Fishoff, Powers Jukebox Hits 1966 (Madacy Single Disc 2001)
--Keith...British Invasion (Madacy 2000)
--Keith...Jukebox Hits 1966 (Madacy 2 CD 2002)
--Keith...Sixties [UK Box Set] (Universal International 2003)
--Keith...'60s: Gold ( Hip-O 2006)
--Keith...20 Greatest Hits of 1966 (Deluxe 1994)
--Keith...20th Century Rocks, Vol. 8: '60s Pop - Those Were the Days (K-Tel 1997)
--Keith...45's on CD, Vol. 4: 1967-1969 (Rebound 1998)
--Keith...60's Hits (Columbia River 1999)
--Keith...60's Rock Hits (Rebound 1998)
--Keith...98.6/Ain't Gonna Lie (Mercury 1967)
--Keith...Cruisin' 1967 (Increase 1995)
--Keith...Feelin' Groovy (Buddah 1996)
--Keith...Hits from 1966 (Richmond 1996)
--Keith...Jukebox Hits of 1967, Vol. 2 (Jukebox 2000)
--Keith...George Fischoff/Tony Powers ... Music to Park By: 20 Romantic Rock & Roll Hits (Deluxe 1994)
--Keith (2) - 98.6 / The Teeny Bopper Song
(Mercury UK) 1966
--Steve Ivy...#1 Hits; 60's Classic Rock (Madacy Special Mkts 2006)
--Various Artists...The Piccadilly Story (Sequel 1994)
--Various Artists... Shagadelic 60s Classics (Import 2002)
--Various Artists... Shagadelic 60's Classics, Vol. 1 (St. Clair 2001)
--Various Artists ...
120 All-Time Hits...(Phillips)
SYLVIE
--Sylvie Vartan
(RCA Victor) 1967

LAZY DAY
Composed by George Fischoff, Tony Powers
-- Spanky & Our Gang... 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Spanky & Our Gang (Mercury 2005)
--Spanky & Our Gang...Spanky's Greatest Hits (Mercury 1969)
--Spanky & Our Gang...The Best of Spanky & Our Gang (Rhino 1986)
--Spanky & Our Gang...Greatest Hits (Mercury 1999)
--Various Artists... 60's Hits (Columbia River 1999)
--Various Artists... Better Days (Rhino 1992)
--Spanky & Our Gang/Various Artists... Feelin' Groovy (Rhino Flashback 1997)
--Spanky & Our Gang... Give a Damn (Polygram 1994)
--Spanky & Our Gang Greatest --Various Artists Lost Hits of the '60s: 40 Solid Gold AM Radio Classics (Warner Special Products/Echo 1999)
--Ricardo Ray...Los Durismos (The Strong Ones) (Alegre 1969)
--Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass... Lost Treasures (Shout! Factory 2005)
--Spanky & Our Gang... Spanky's Greatest Hit(s) (Mercury 1988)
--Various Artists... Sullivan Years: The Mod Sound (TVT 1990)
--Various Artists... Summer of Love, Vol. 1: Tune In (Good Time & Love Vibrations) (Rhino 1987)
--Spanky & Our Gang... The Complete Mercury Recordings (Hip-O Select/Mercury 2005)
Many Mamas, Many Papas
--John Phillips Featuring Denny Doherty, Spanky McFarlane*, MacKenzie Phillips And Scott McKenzie -(Varèse Sarabande) 2010

RUN TO MY LOVIN' ARMS
Composed by: George Fischoff, Tony Powers
--Jay and the Americans...Greatest Hits (United Artists 1980)
--Jay and the Americans...Sunday and Me (Beat Goes On 2001)
--Lennie Welch...Anthology (1958-1966) (Taragon 1996)
--Lenny Welch - Two Different Worlds (Kapp) 1965
--Billy Fury...The Best of Billy Fury (Ace of Clubs 1967)
--Billy Fury...Hit Parade (Decca 1982)
--Billy Fury...Memories (K-Tel 1983)
--Billy Fury... Love Songs (Universal International 2002)
--April Young...(Columbia) 1965

A MAN NEEDS LOVE
Composed by: George Fischoff, Tony Powers
--Various Artists /Hard Workin Man: The Jack Nitzsche Story (Ace 2006)

AIN'T GONNA LIE
Composed by: George Fischoff, Tony Powers
--Keith... 98.6/Ain't Gonna Lie (Mercury 1967)
--Keith...Ain't Gonna Lie (RPM 2004)
--Various Artists... Bubblegum Classics, Vol. 1 (Varese Saraband 1995)
--Various Artists... Nuggets, Vol. 11: Pop, Pt. 4 (Rhino 1987)
--David Garrick... The Pye Anthology (Castle 2002)
--Various Artists... Treasured Tunes, Vol. 1 (Stardust 1999)
--Artists Over Industry...Research and Development (Sky's The Limit 2004)

Tony Powers' credits include the following BILLBOARD top 100 singles charts hits:

Title/Artist/Label/Co-Writer(s)/Year
TODAY I MET THE BOY I'M GONNA MARRY
--Darlene Love (Philles) (with Ellie Greenwich,Phil Spector) 1962
REMEMBER WHEN
--The Earls (Old Town) (w. Beverly Ross) 1961
98.6
--Keith (Mercury) (w. George Fischoff) 1967
AIN'T GONNA LIE
--Keith (Mercury) (w. George Fischoff) 1967
LAZY DAY
--Spanky and Our Gang (Mercury) (w. George Fischoff) 1967
HE'S GOT THE POWER
--The Exciters (United Artists) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1963
ALL OF MY LIFE
--Lesley Gore (Mercury) (w. Helen Miller) 1965
GOTTA HAVE YOUR LOVE
--The Sapphires (ABC Paramount) (w. Jack Keller) 1965
WHY DO LOVERS BREAK EACH OTHERS HEARTS
--Bobb B Soxx and The Blue Jeans (Philles) (w. Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector) 1962
ONE BOY TOO LATE
--Mike Clifford (UA ) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1963

AND THE FOLLOWING LP CUTS:

Title/Artist/LP/Label/Co-Writer(s)/Year
I LIKE THIS KIND OF PARTY
--Louis Armstrong... "Louis" (Mercury) (w. Jack Keller) 1966
--Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars (Mercury)
REMEMBER WHEN (as intro for Elton John's Crocodile Rock)
-- The Beach Boys...Two Rooms (Polydor) (w. Beverly Ross) 1991
CAMILLE.
--Al Kooper... I Stand Alone (Sony - w. Al Kooper) 1968
98.6/LAZY DAY medley
-- Lesley Gore (Mercury - w. George Fischoff)) 1967
--Richard Groove Holmes...Welcome Home (Liberty) 1969
THE OATH
--Kiss... Music From The Elder (Island/Mercury) w. Paul Stanley, Bob Ezrin 1981
ODYSSEY
--Kiss... (Music From The Elder) Island/Mercury 1981
--Tony Powers...Don't Nobody Move (This is a Heist) (Trans-Lux 1984)
DAWNING
--Jay and The Americans (She Cried/Come a Little Bit Closer) United Artists (w. Mark Barkan) 2005
THIS IS IT... (w. Ellie Greenwich) (same LP as above) 2005
FRIDAY... (w. Ellie Greenwich) (same LP as above) 2005
COME DANCE WITH ME… (same LP as above) ( w. Ellie Greenwich) 2005
I'M DREAMING AGAIN (w.George Fischoff)
--Lenny Welch - Two Different Worlds
(Kapp Records) 1965
THREE ON A DATE (w. George Fischoff)
--Bobby Vee
(The Essential and Collectible Bobby Vee) Liberty Records
w. Matt Maurer 1999
I DIDN'T MEAN TO HURT YOU
--The Rockin' Berries Featuring Jefferson ...The Best Of The Rockin' Berries
(Sequel Records UK), (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1991
LOOK WHAT I GOT
-- Gerri Thomas & Hash Brown and his Orchestra
world Artists 1965 (w. George Fischoff)
HEAVEN HELD...(w. Neil Sheppard)
--Gene Pitney... Yours Until Tomorrow (Musicor 1968)
--Gene Pitney... Sings Bacharach and Others (Sequel 1997)
--Gene Pitney...She's a Heartbreaker (Musicor 1968)
--The Cowsills... We Can Fly (MGM 1968)
--The Cowsills We Can Fly (Collectors Choice 2005)
GREY SUNNY DAY
--The Cowsills... (The Best of The Cowsills) (Rebound-Polydor/Polygram) (w. Neil Sheppard, Bob Cowsill, Bill Cowsill) 1968
--Linda Kendrick - Linda Kendrick (Philips UK) 1970
JUST THINK OF TONIGHT.
--James Darren... (The Best of James Darren) Rhino (w. Jack Keller) 1994
ONE BOY TOO LATE
--Rick Nelson... For Your Sweet Love/Sings For You Imperial (w.Ellie Greenwich) 1997
--Rick Nelson... For Your Sweet Love (Imperial 1963)
--Bobby Vee ...The Essential & Collectable Bobby Vee (EMI Import) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1999
I DIDN'T MEAN TO HURT YOU
--The Shirelles...Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (The Anthology)...(Castle Music) 2005 (w. Ellie Greenwich)
WITH A KISS
--Kiki Dee (I'm Kiki Dee) Fontana 1968 ( w. George Fischoff)
WE WERE LOVERS WHEN THE PARTY BEGAN
--The Exciters... (Having My Fun) United Artists (w. Abe Fisher) 1995
--Sandra Barry...That's How It Goes The Pye Anthology (Castle 2003)
--Sandra Barry... Here Comes The Girls/British Girl Singers of the 60's (Sequel 1990)
ALL OF MY LIFE
--Lesley Gore ...The Golden Hits Of Lesley Gore (Phonogram Canada) (w. Helen Miller) 1973
A TOY IS ONLY MADE FOR PLAY
-- Toni Wine...Girls of Rare Rockin' Records (w. Russ Titelman) 2010
KEEP TELLIN' YOURSELF
--Marv Johnson...You've Got What it Takes...Black Tulip
(w. Ellie Greenwich, Elmo Smith aka Jerry Leiber) 2003
--Marv Johnson...The Leiber-Stoller Story...Ace 2006
--Gene Pitney ...Big Sixteen (Musicor Records) 1964
DRIBBLIN' AROUND
-- Cee Cee Joy...Girls of Rare Rockin' Records...2010
HOW DO YA
--Tony Powers...Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
CARTOON
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007) also:
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness Virtual Goose 1996
DISPOSABLE .
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness (Virtual Goose 1996)
DON'T NOBODY MOVE (This is a HEIST)
--Tony Powers...Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007) also:
--Tony Powers...Home-Made 1969
--Tony Powers...Don't Nobody Move (Trans-Lux 1984)
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...(Virtual Goose 1996)
THE OLD RIGHT-WINGER BLUES...Tony Powers...Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
--Tony Powers...Home-Made 1969
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness (Virtual Goose 1996)---LORRAINE
--Tony Powers... Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
ETIQUETTE
--Tony Powers... Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
--Tony Powers...Home-Made 1969
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness (Virtual Goose 1996)
SADLY
--Tony Powers... Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
GOIN' INTO SPACE
--Tony Powers... Who Could Imagine (Virtual Goose 2007)
--Tony Powers,,,Under The Cover of Darkness (Virtual Goose 1996)
O' RONDONIA
--Tony Powers... Who Could Imagine Virtual Goose 2007 also:
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...Virtual Goose 1996
THE ANSWER
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine Virtual Goose 2007
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...Virtual Goose 1996
JOE'S THEME
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine Virtual Goose 2007
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...Virtual Goose 1996
CRADLE TO GRAVE
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine Virtual Goose 2007
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...Virtual Goose 1996
NOTHIN' BUT MY TIME
--Tony Powers Who Could Imagine Virtual Goose 2007
--Tony Powers...Home-Made 1969
--Tony Powers...Under The Cover of Darkness...Virtual Goose 1996
FOR YOU AND ME
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
TO CLARENCE SCHMIDT
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
HARD TO BE FREE
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
I TOOK A WALK TODAY
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
LOVE SONG # 1
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
IF I HAD IT
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
ARE YOU HOT?
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
LONG WAY TO GO
--Tony Powers ... Home-Made 1969
LINDA THE FLASH
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
SONG FOR MAN (The Sad Song)
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
LOVE SONG #2
--Tony Powers... Home-Made 1969
IF YOU COULD
--Tony Powers ... Home-Made 1969

AND THESE ADDITIONAL SINGLES:

I'M DREAMING AGAIN
--Lennie Welch ... (w. George Fischoff) (Kapp 1965)
KEEP TELLIN' YOURSELF
--Marv Johnson... (United Artists) (w. Ellie Greenwich, Elmo Glick aka Jerry Leiber) 1963
BIG BAD WORLD
--Cathy Saint... (RedBird) (w. Abe Fisher) 1964
REMEMBER THEN
--Sha Na Na... (Kama Sutra) (w. Beverly Ross) 1969
BUT YOU LIED
--Cathy Carroll... (WB) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1963
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
--Pat Powdrill... (Reprise) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1963
COME WITH ME
--The Castle Sisters...(Triodex) (w. J.J. Johnson) 1961
WE'RE THE BANANA SPLITS
--The Banana Splits (Decca)(w. Richie Adams) 1968
DISCO BABIES
--The Love Machine... (Arista) (w. Steve Duboff) 1976
MAKE SOMEBODY HAPPEN
--The Love Machine... (Arista) (w. Steve Duboff) 1976
HARD TO BE WITHOUT YOU
--Joey Powers... (RCA) (w. George Fischoff) 1968
I DIDN'T MEAN TO HURT YOU
--The Shirelles... (Scepter) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1963
AIN'T THAT FUN
--Frank Gari...(Atlantic) (w. Jeff Barry) 1962
I HOPE HE BREAKS YOUR HEART
--Tony Liss... (Jamie) (w. Bob Finiz) 1965
I WISH IT WOULD RAIN ALL SUMMER
--The Raindrops... (Jubilee) (w. Ellie Greenwich) 1962
HEAVEN HELD
--Paul Slade...(Decca UK) (w. Neil Sheppard) 1968
ONLY YOU CAN DO THAT TO MY HEART
-- Little Peggy March... (RCA) (w. Jack Keller) 1965
MANY'S THE SLIP
--The Present
Phillips --(w. G. Fischoff) 1968
THE BEGGAR THAT BECAME A KING
--Johnny Jack (Gone Records) 19??
DRIBBLIN AROUND
--Cee Cee Joy...Columbia 1961

Tony Powers' songs have appeared on the following LP's:
2012 Da Doo Ron Ron: The Greenwich & Barry Songbook
2012 Dawning The Roomates
2012 Pure... 60s
2011 Haynes Ultimate Guide to the 60s
2011 Magic Colors: The Lost Album Lesley Gore
2011 Phil Spector Presents the Philles Album Collection
2011 The Essential Phil Spector Phil Spector
2011 The Sound of Love: The Very Best of Darlene Love Darlene Love
2011 Wall of Sound: The Very Best of Phil Spector, 1961-1966
2010 Hello, Louis! The Hit Years (1963-1969) Louis Armstrong
2010 Many Mamas, Many Papas John Phillips
2009 Chartbusters USA: Sunshine Pop
2009 Done Me Wrong: Ember Beat, Vol. 2 (1965-1966)
2009 Foolish Little Girl/Sing Their Hits from It's a Mad Mad Mad World The Shirelles
2009 Pirate Radio Motion Picture Soundtrack
2008 Classics and Collectables Billy Fury
2008 Doo Wop Love Songs
2008 For You: The Decca Years Rick Nelson
2008 His Wondrous Story: The Complete Collection Billy Fury
2008 I Stand Alone/You Never Know Who Your Friends Are Al Kooper
2008 Lick It Up: A Millenium Tribute to Kiss
2007 Billy Fury [Black Box] Billy Fury
2007 Doo Wop, Vol. 1 Firebirds
2007 Malt Shop Memories, Vol. 5
2007 New York Style Doo Wop Five Boroughs
2007 Sounds of the City: New York Area Doo Wop 1956-1966
2007 Those Were the Days
2007 Who Could Imagine Primary Artist, Producer
2006 #1 Hits: 60s Classic Rock
2006 '60s Gold
2006 Doo Wop Magic The Wizards
2006 Even More One Hit Wonders
2006 Hard Workin Man: The Jack Nitzsche Story, Vol. 2
2006 Hits of the '60s [Madacy 2006]
2006 Phil Spector Definitive Collection Phil Spector
2006 Street Corner Symphonies
2006 The Essential 60's Love Album
2006 The Leiber & Stoller Story, Vol. 2: On the Horizon 1956-1962 Leiber & Stoller
2006 They're in Town: The Pye Anthology The Rockin' Berries
2005 Doo Wop 45s on CD, Vol. 14
2005 Hey Rock 'N' Roll: The Very Best of Showaddywaddy Showaddywaddy
2005 Hits from the 50s & 60s, Vol. 1 [DVD]
2005 Los 60, Satisfacción
2005 Lost Treasures Herb Alpert
2005 Male Oldies, Vol. 6 [Sound Choice 2005]
2005 One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds Lost and Found
2005 Rock N Roll Classics [Madacy MP3] Instant Mp3 Library
2005 She Cried/Come a Little Bit Closer Jay & the Americans
2005 The Best of Reparata and the Delrons Reparata & the Delrons
2005 The Best of Spanky & Our Gang: 20th Century Masters the Millennium Collection Spanky & Our Gang
2005 The Complete Mercury Recordings Spanky & Our Gang
2005 The Encyclopedia of Doo Wop, Vol. 4
2005 The Only Doo-Wop Collection You'll Ever Need
2005 The Pop Years
2005 The Very Best of Showaddywaddy
2005 Vintage Pop
2004 101 Rock 'N' Roll Hits
2004 Ain't Gonna Lie Keith
2004 Bronx Doo Wop
2004 Doo Wop Classics: Life Is But a Dream [Music Digital]
2004 Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
2004 Swinging Sixties [K-Tel UK]
2004 The Millennium's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
2004 The Rock Never Stopped Showaddywaddy
2004 Where the Girls Are, Vol. 6
2003 1967: The Soundtrack
2003 Arista Singles, Vol. 2 Showaddywaddy
2003 Beat, Beat, Beat, Vol. 4: 1-2-3-4!
2003 Doo Wop Til You Drop Mighty Echoes
2003 Hy Weiss Presents Old Town Records
2003 It's Only Rock and Roll The Speedos
2003 Sixties [UK Box Set]
2003 That's How It Goes: The Pye Anthology The Breakaways
2003 The Daisy/Tiger Records Story: Everybody Come Clap Your Hands!
2003 The Northern Soul Generation: Keep the Faith
2003 The Rain, the Park & Other Things The Cowsills
2003 Tribute to Phil Spector: Then He Kissed Me
2003 Without You: The Songs of Billy Fury
2002 25 All-Time Doo Wop Hits
2002 Finger Poppin' Doo Wop Classics
2002 Jukebox Hits 1966 [Madacy 2 CD]
2002 Love Songs Billy Fury Composer
2002 Pattern People: The Pye Anthology The Bystanders
2002 Remember Then
2002 Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop: The Soundtrack
2002 Spotlight on Apollo Records [Box Set]
2002 Spotlight on Old Town Records
2002 The Arista Singles, Vol. 1 Showaddywaddy
2002 The Pye Anthology David Garrick
2002 Ultimate Eighties [Crimson 2002]
2001 200 Fab 60s Favourites
2001 Doo Wop Classics [Double Play]
2001 Doo Wop Shop [Prestige Elite]
2001 Finger Poppin' Doo Wop, Vol. 1: Life Is But a Dream
2001 Girl Group Sound: 25 All Time Greatest Hits From Red Bird Records
2001 Grandes Exitos Angeles
2001 Jammin' Oldies: Swingin' 60's
2001 Jay and the Americans/Sunday and Me Jay & the Americans
2001 Jukebox Hits 1966 [Madacy Single Disc]
2001 Love in the Sixties [Castle]
2001 Radio Gold, Vol. 4
2001 Red Bird Story [3 CD]
2001 Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop, Vol. 1: The Greatest Songs from Early Rock 'n' Roll
2001 Shagadelic 60's Classics, Vol. 1
2001 Sixties Collection [Crimson]
2001 The Box Set Kiss
2001 The Crystals The Crystals
2001 The Essential Collection Lesley Gore
2001 Will You Love Me Tomorrow [Castle/Windsong] The Shirelles
2000 1967 Classic Rock
2000 British Invasion [Madacy]
2000 British Invasion, Vol. 1 [Madacy]
2000 British Rock, Vol. 3 [Madacy]
2000 British Rock: Changing of the Guard
2000 Classic Rock: Hits of 1967
2000 Doo Wop Treasures
2000 Greatest Hits [Classic World] The Crystals
2000 Hits & Rarities: The Rome Years & Beyond The Earls
2000 Jukebox Hits of 1967, Vol. 2
2000 Old Town Records Doo Wop
2000 Shagadelic 60s Classics
2000 Spotlite on Old Town Records, Vol. 4
2000 Strike 3! Alley Cats
2000 The Best of Old Town Doo Woop
2000 The Definitive Collection Man
2000 The Millennium's Greatest Hits, Vols. 1-2
2000 The Ultimate Sixties Collection
2000 Treasured Tunes, Vol. 8
2000 Under the Moon of Love Showaddywaddy
1999 60's Hits [Columbia River]
1999 Composes, Produces & Sings/Let It Be Written, Let It Be Sung Ellie Greenwich
1999 Greatest Hits Spanky & Our Gang
1999 I Can Hear Music: The Ellie Greenwich Collection Ellie Greenwich
1999 Look at the Sunshine
1999 Lost Hits of the '60s: 40 Solid Gold AM Radio Classics 1999 Music of the Year: 1967
1999 Remember Then The Earls
1999 Shoo Be Doo Be Doo Wop
1999 The Definitive Collection The Shirelles
1999 The Essential & Collectable Bobby Vee Bobby Vee
1999 The Kiss of Death: A Sikk Tribute to Kiss
1999 The Very Best of Showaddywaddy [Charly] Showaddywaddy
1999 Treasured Tunes, Vol. 10
1999 Where the Girls Are, Vol. 2
1998 45's on CD, Vol. 4: 1967-1969
1998 60's Rock Hits [Polygram]
1998 Best of Lesley Gore [PSM] Lesley Gore
1998 Dawn of Man Man
1998 Lost Hits of the 60's
1998 The 40th Anniversary Anthology Billy Fury
1998 The Ultimate Sixties Collection [K-Tel]
1998 Top Ten Hits of the 60's, Vol. 1
1997 '60s Rock Hits [Rhino]
1997 '60s Rock: Feelin' Groovy
1997 20th Century Rocks, Vol. 8: '60s Pop - Those Were the Days
1997 Blue Gene/Gene Meets the Fair Young Ladies of Folkland Gene Pitney
1997 Doo Wop's Greatest Hits [K-Tel]
1997 For Your Sweet Love/Sings for You Rick Nelson
1997 Gene Pitney Sings Bacharach & Others/Pitney Today Gene Pitney
1997 Memories Are Made of Hits, Vol. 2 [Sequel]
1997 Rock 'N Roll Remix: 1960-1969
1997 Rock n' Roll Reunion: Class of 66
1997 Rockin' Jukebox, 1966
1997 Sunshine Days, Vol. 2: 60's Pop Classics
1997 The First Summer of Love: Sixties
1997 Whole Lotta Rock: 1966-1967
1996 Anthology (1958-1966) Lenny Welch
1996 Feelin' Groovy
1996 Hits from 1966
1996 It's My Party: The Mercury Anthology Lesley Gore
1996 Teenage Years James Darren
1995 Bubblegum Classics, Vol. 1
1995 Cruisin' 1967
1995 For Collectors Only The Shirelles
1995 One Hit Wonders [PGD]
1995 Prom Night: The 60s
1995 Sunny Afternoons [Polygram]
1995 The Best of the Sapphires The Sapphires
1995 The Great Recordings Gene Pitney
1994 20 Greatest Hits of 1966
1994 Under The Cover of Darkness Primary Artist, Producer
1994 Give a Damn Spanky & Our Gang
1994 It's My Party! Lesley Gore
1994 Juke Box Giants
1994 Music to Park By: 20 Romantic Rock & Roll Hits
1994 Old Town Doo Wop, Vol. 1
1994 Remember Then: The Best of the Earls The Earls
1994 The Best of James Darren James Darren
1994 The Best of the Cowsills [Rebound] The Cowsills
1994 The Best of the Rockin' Berries Featuring Jefferson The Rockin' Berries
1994 The Doo Wop Box
1994 The Golden Era of Doo-Wops: Beltone Records
1994 The Piccadilly Story
1993 Carlo and the Belmonts Carlo & the Belmonts
1992 Better Days [Rhino]
1992 Doo Wop Shop [Ace]
1992 The Best of Darlene Love Darlene Love
1992 The Best of the Crystals [ABKCO] The Crystals
1991 AM Gold: 1967
1991 Back to Mono (1958-1969) Phil Spector
1991 It's My Party Lesley Gore
1991 Remember When?: All the Early and Rare Sides The Earls
1991 Tell Him The Exciters
1991 The Red Bird Story [Charly 4-CD]
1991 The Rock 'N' Roll Era: The '60s - Teen Time
1990 Come a Little Bit Closer: The Best of Jay & the Americans Jay & the Americans
1990 Here Come the Girls: British Girl Singers of the '60s, Vol. 1
1990 Sullivan Years: The Mod Sound
1990 The Best of the Girl Groups, Vol. 1
198? Nuggets, Vol. 11: Pop, Pt. 4
1989 Classic Rock: 1967 - Shakin' All Over
1989 The Rock 'N' Roll Era: 1963 - Still Rockin'
1988 Greatest Hits [EMI] Jay & the Americans
1988 Spanky's Greatest Hit(s) [1988] Spanky & Our Gang
1987 Rocksides (1957-'64) Connie Francis
1987 Summer of Love, Vol. 1: Tune In (Good Time & Love Vibrations)
1986 Anthology Lesley Gore
1986 East Coast 60's Rock N Roll Experiment
1984 Don't Nobody Move (This Is a Heist) LP Tony Powers Primary Artist, Producer
1984 Don't Nobody Move (This Is a Heist) Video LP Tony Powers Primary Artist, Producer
1983 Memories Billy Fury
1982 The Billy Fury Hit Parade Billy Fury
1981 Music from "The Elder" Kiss
1980 Bright Lights Showaddywaddy
1980 Greatest Hits [United Artists] Jay & the Americans
1979 Crepes & Drapes Showaddywaddy
1977 Bionic Gold
1977 Phil Spector's 20 Greatest Hits Phil Spector
1974 Twenty Five Steps to the Top Showaddywaddy
1969 Los Durisimos (The Strong Ones) Bobby Cruz
1969 Spanky's Greatest Hit(s) [1969] Spanky & Our Gang
1968 Featuring Sunday Will Never Be the Same Spanky & Our Gang
1968 I Stand Alone Al Kooper
1968 She's a Heartbreaker Gene Pitney
1968 The Best of the Cowsills [MGM] The Cowsills
1968 We Can Fly The Cowsills
1967 98.6/Ain't Gonna Lie Keith
1967 Spanky and Our Gang Spanky & Our Gang
1967 The Best of Billy Fury [Ace of Clubs] Billy Fury
1966 Louis Louis Armstrong
1966 Strictly Nashville Paul Anka
1965 Jay & the Americans' Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 Jay & the Americans
1964 Blue Gene Gene Pitney
1964 Who Do You Love The Sapphires
1963 Foolish Little Girl The Shirelles
1963 For Your Sweet Love Rick Nelson
1963 Remember Me Baby The Earls
1963 Doo Wap: Best Selection, Vol. 4
1963 Dreamboats & Petticoats: At the Hop
1963 Hit Box Chanson Française
1963 Ich bin so oder so Heidi Brühl
1963 Lazy Day Spanky & Our Gang
1963 Meanwhile Back at the Go Go
1963 Party Jazz: Jazz Club
1963 The Story of Darlene Love Darlene Love


MOVIE TITLE SONGS:
GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM (w. Frank De Vol)

TV THEMES:
MEMORIES THEN AND NOW (song: "REMEMBER WHEN) NBC
BIG CATS, LITTLE CATS... David Wolper Special NBC (w. Joey Levine, Mark Bellack)