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Righteous Brothers Album Variations


Last updated 18 June 2022 - Updated items in red

Right Now


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Moonglow MLP-1001 (11/1963)
UK: Pye International NPL-28059 (07/1965)


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The four tracks that had been issued as London American singles in 1963, "Little Latin Lupe Lu", "I'm So Lonely", "My Babe" & "Fee Fi Fidily I Oh" were omitted from this release and replaced with two tracks, "Hot Tamales" & "You'll Be Crying Someday".
Some Blue Eyed Soul


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Moonglow MLP-1002 (12/1964)
(1) Australia: Festival FL-931620 (1965) retitled Shindig
(referred to as Stars Of Shindig on front cover only)


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(2) Australia: Calendar R66-20 retitled The Righteous Brothers


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Calendar Records was a budget label owned by Festival Records of Australia.
This Is New


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Moonglow MLP-1003 (07/1965)
(1) UK: Sue ILP-937 mono only (1966) retitled In Action


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One track change, "Little Latin Lupe Lu" replacing "If You're Lying,You'll Be Crying".
Alternate back cover.

(2) Australia: Festival FL-31,733 mono only (1966)


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Alternate back cover.

(3) West Germany: Metronome MLP-15.216 (1966)


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Alternate back cover.
Best Of


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Moonglow SD/MLP-1004 (04/1966)
West Germany: Metronome MLP-15.235 (1966)


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Alternate back cover.
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'


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Philles PHLP-4007 (01/1965)
(1) UK: London American HA-8226 (03/1965)


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Alternate back cover.

(2) Mexico: Gamma GX-01-120 (1965)


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Alternate front and back covers.

(3) Italy: Derby Pop-1 (1967)


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Alternate back cover.

(4) West Germany: Metronome MLP-15.183 (1965)


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Alternate back cover.
Just Once In My Life


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Philles PHLP-4008 (06/1965)
West Germany: Metronome MLP-15.220 (1965)


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Alternate back cover.
Back To Back


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Philles PHLP-4009 (12/1965)
(1) UK: London American HA-8278 (05/1966)


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The track "Baby She's Mine" is a retitle of "She's Mine, All Mine".

Track listing order changed, "Baby She's Mine" is swapped with "Without A Doubt".

The instrumental track "Late Late Night" erroneously credits Bobby Hatfield as the writer, when it actually was Mike Patterson.

All of the above were only evident on the UK issue of the album.

(2) Netherlands: Omega 333.002 (1966)


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Alternate front and back covers.

(3) Southern Rhodesia: London ZA-6274 (1966) retitled Ebb Tide


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(4) West Germany: Metronome MLP-15.234 (1966)


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Photo of Phil Spector & Bill Medley omitted.
Soul & Inspiration


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Verve V6-5001 (04/1966)
Japan: Verve SMV-1079 (1966)


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Track listing order changed from original US release.
Go Ahead And Cry


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Verve V/V6-5004 (08/1966)
(1) Japan: Verve SMV-1090 (1967) retitled Style & Sound


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Alternate front cover.

(2) Mexico: Verve 70032 (1966)


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Alternate back cover.
Sayin' Somethin'


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Verve V/V6-5010 (02/1967)
(1) Japan: Verve SMV-1099 (1968) retitled Blue Eyed Soul


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Alternate front cover plus two tracks "Don't Fight It" and "Yes Indeed" omitted and replaced with "Stagger Lee" and "Something You Got".

(2) UK: Verve VLP/SVLP-9168 (06/1967)


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Alternate back cover

The UK issue of the album was quite unusual in that there were no singles taken from the album, instead Verve issued "Island In The Sun" backed with "What Now My Love" from the previous album "Go Ahead And Cry".

(3) Canada: Verve V/V6-5010(C) (02/1967)


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Alternate back cover.
Greatest Hits


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Verve V/V6-5020 (05/1967)
(1) Japan: Verve SMV-1091 (1967)


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Alternate front and back covers plus "(You're My) Soul And Inspiration" and "He" added.


(2) Singapore: Selecta Series SLT- 710 005 (1973)


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Alternate front and back covers, the design of the front cover is taken from the Righteous Brothers "Golden Archive Series" album.

Selecta Series was a reissue company based in Singapore, they used the original record company label and added their own prefix (SLT) to the original catalog number and their company logo to the album cover.



(3) West Germany: MGM 2368 109 (1976) retitled The Fantastic Righteous Brothers, Pop Power series


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Alternate front and back covers.


(4) Spain: MGM 70 019 (1976) retitled Melodias Desencadenadas


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Alternate front and back covers.


(5) Japan: Verve MV-2027 (1981)


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"(You're My) Soul And Inspiration" and "He" added.

Alternate front cover photo which was also been used on the album "Paul Mauriat Presents Bianchi & His Guitars" on Philips FDX-170 (Japan).


(6) Japan: Verve 18MM0585 (1981) retitled The Righteous Brothers Greatest Hits by Phil Spector


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Back cover using the "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" layout and photos.

Track listing omitted "The Great Pretender", "Georgia On My Mind", "You'll Never Walk Alone", "Guess Who" and "See That Girl" - replaced by the B sides of the Righteous Brothers Philles singles, "There's A Woman", "The Blues" and "She's Mine, All Mine" plus two Bill Medley solos from the Philles "Back To Back" album, "Without A Doubt" and "Loving You".


(7) Canada: Polydor MIP-1-9304 (1981)


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"(You're My) Soul And Inspiration" replaced "Guess Who" on track listing.


(8) UK: Polydor WOS-1 (2335 229) - (Phil Spector Box Set) (1981)


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Alternate front and back covers.
Standards


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Verve V6-5051 (03/1968)
Japan: Verve SMV-1094 (1968)


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Alternate front cover.
One For The Road


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Verve V6-5058 (08/1968)
(1) Japan: Verve SMV-1101 (1969) retitled On Stage


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(2) UK: Verve VLP/SVLP-9228 (11/1968)


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Two photos omitted from back cover.


(3) West Germany: Verve 710018 (1968)


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The "Oldies But Goodies" medley omitted.
Greatest Hits Volume 2


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Verve V6-5071 (03/1969)
Australia: Verve V6-5071 (1969)


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Alternate photos on back cover, taken from "Souled Out" album front cover.


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