John Farrar's YEARS AWAY is an outstanding piece; John Rostill's non-collaborative contributions, though scanty, are very fine indeed.
YEARS AWAY; GRACIE
Both on the No. 45 1973 LP Rockin' With Curly Leads.
YOU'RE THE ONE THAT I WANT
On the chart-topping No. 1 LP String Of Hits.
MUSIC MAKES MY DAY
Track added on the 1992 CD Live At The Paris Olympia: Full Concert Version to supplement the LP set of 1975 (see next entry). Originally a lead Single from Marvin & Farrar in August 1973.
John Farrar with Pete Best
NO NO NINA; TINY ROBIN
NO NO NINA (INSTRUMENTAL)
The first two are recordings issued on the LP Live At The Paris Olympia; the instrumental version of the first track was included on the 1997 CD The Shadows At Abbey Road. NO NO NINA was a number unsuccessfully submitted for Eurovision, featured on the No. 30 LP Specs Appeal; TINY ROBIN started life as a B-Single from Marvin, Welch & Farrar (1971).
The non-charting second Single from The Drifters.
Performed on Radio Luxembourg in 1963; made available on a Fremus CD from Italy, Atlantis, in 1994.
SEE YOU IN MY DRUMS
On the top-selling LP The Shadows. It served as an lead Single (with different B-sides) in Argentina (1961) and Chile (1965); and as a B-side, with different A-sides, in Greece (1963), and (date uncertain) in Turkey.
Tony Meehan with Kit Hill and Roy Whitworth
NOW THAT YOU'RE GONE
On the No. 5 LP Shadow Music.
I WISH I COULD SHIMMY LIKE MY SISTER ARTHUR
The flipside of the No. 18 Single THE WAR LORD.
~ 1997 CD:
A precursor of the above, recorded three months earlier; released on the CD The Shadows At Abbey Road.
On the No. 4 LP The Sound Of The Shadows. It was an Italian B-side in 1965.
WAITING FOR ROSIE
On the No. 8 LP Jigsaw. It was a Turkish B-side (date uncertain).
Note: red font = vocal track