V V V V - W W W W
Band Recordings

V V V V - W W W W
Other Songs & Recordings

VELVET CURTAINS
VELVET TRAIN
VELVET WINGS

WAIT A MINUTE
WAIT JUST A MINUTE
WALKING WITH MY ANGEL
THE WANDERER
WARNING SHOT
WAY DOWN
THE WAY I AM
THE WAY IT GOES
(WE AIN'T GOT) NOTHING YET
WE'RE GONNA DO IT AGAIN
WHAT TO DO
WHAT YOU'RE PROPOSING
WHATEVER YOU WANT
WHEN HE PASSED YOU BY
WHEN I AWAKE
WHEN I'M DEAD AND GONE
WHEN MY MIND IS NOT ALIVE
WHEN MY MIND IS NOT LIVE
WHEN WILL I BE LOVED
WHEN YOU WALK IN THE ROOM
WHERE I AM
WHO AM I?
WHO ASKED YOU
WHO GETS THE LOVE?
WILD ONE
THE WILD ONES
WILD SIDE OF LIFE
WIN OR LOSE
WOLF MANURE

WAITING FOR THE DAY #
WARM WINDS *
WE ARE THE BOYS (WHO MAKE ALL THE NOISE) *
WE FOUND LOVE *
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL *
WHAT YOU GONNA DO? *
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO HEAR TODAY *
WHAT DOES IT TAKE *
WHEN I WAS OLD *
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT ON *
WHERE ARE YOU NOW *
WHERE WERE YOU? *
WHERE'S THE SHOW? *
WHEREVER YOU GO *
WHO DO YOU NEED? *
WORLD'S ON FIRE *

X X X - Y Y Y - Z Z Z
Band Recordings

X X X - Y Y Y - Z Z Z
Other Recordings

YOU ARE MY GIRL
YOU DON'T OWN ME
YOU KEEP A KNOCKIN'
YOU LET ME DOWN
YOU LOST THE LOVE
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
YOU NEVER STOP
YOU'LL COME 'ROUND
YOU'RE JUST WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR TODAY 
YOU'RE THE ONE FOR ME
YOUNG PRETENDER
YOUR KIND OF LOVE
YOUR SMILING FACE
YR HEN DDYN BLIN
YOU CAN'T CATCH ME *
YOU DON'T KNOW *
YOU DIDN'T KNOW ANY BETTER *
YOU GOTTA DO *
YOU MAKE IT ROLL *
YOU SET THE WORLD ON FIRE #
YOU'RE FINE *
YOU'RE ONLY LONELY *
YOUNG & MOODY *
YOUR APPLICATION FAILED *
* indicates recordings performed by individual members of the band
# indicates other Quo-related releases

Velvet Curtains
(Anthony King)

Produced By John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

"Vevel Curtains" is one of several tracks written by Anthony King for Status Quo. The recording was first released on Status Quo's second album "Spare Parts". Like most of the recordings from the PYE era it has appeared on several of the countless compilations.

Album:
Spare Parts [2:56]
UK: Pye NPSL 18301, August 1969.

In April 2003 - celebrating the 35th anniversary of "Picturesque Matchstickable Messages", the first Status Quo album release - Castle Music reissued a remastered version of "Spare Parts", containing the mono and stereo mixes of the original album.

Remastered CD:
Spare Parts [3:00] (mono)
Spare Parts [3:01] (stereo)
UK: Castle Music CMEDD 717, April 2003

 
 

Velvet Train
(John 'Rhino' Edwards/Andrew Bown)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

"Velvet Train" is a track of the rather productive Edwards/Bown songwriting partnership. This uptempo track appeared on the "The Party Ain't Over Yet" album in 2005.

CD:
The Party Ain't Over Yet [3:32]
UK: Sanctuary Records - SANCD 389, September 2005

 
 

Velvet Wings
look up under (other title):
The Way It Goes


 

Wait Just A Minute
other title: Wait A Minute
(Roy Lynes)
Released as "Traffic Jam"

Produced by John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

Single:
Almost But Not Quite There [2:45]
UK: Piccadilly 7N35386, June 1967

 
 

Waiting For The Day
correct title: Looking For A Way
(Roger Helj/Thomas Englund)
Recorded by Freeway

Produced by Freeway; recorded and mixed by Jonas Kuling
Line-up: Thomas Englund (G,Voc), Roger Helj (G,Voc), Tomas Westerlund (B,Voc), Ricard Andersson (D)

This song was never recorded by Status Quo even though it sounds very much like the band and some bootlegs even acclaim it would be a Quo demo version. Actually it was the band "Freeway" who recorded it and no Quo member was involved. Freeway hung up their guitars a long time ago and Roger Helj was part of the now defunct Swedish cover band Status Quovers.

Single:
Looking For A Way [3:00]
S: Aktiv Musik Productions S 011, 1985



Walking With My Angel
(Gerry Goffin/Carole King)
Recorded as "The Spectres"

Produced by John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

This tracked remained unissued until released on Castles Records "Singles Compilation". The original version of this track, written by the legendary duo Goffin/King, was recorded by Carole King herself around 1960. Later version have been done by Bobby Vee ("Rubber Ball"), Herman's Hermits & Bobby Curtola.

Album:
The Singles Collection 1966-73 [2:15]
UK: Castle CCS CD 821, 1998



Warm Winds
(Bob Young/Micky Moody)
Performed by Bob Young

Produced by Bob Young & Micky Moody
Line-up: Bob Young (V, Harm), Micky Moody (G), Albert Lee (G), Billy Bremner (G), Mo Foster (B), John McKenzie (B), Dave Markee (B), Terry Stannard (D), B.J. Cole (Pedal Steel G), Pete Wiltshire (Pedal Steel G), Gavin Povey (K), Graham Preskett (K, violin), The Pete Thoms Horns (horns), Frank Ricotti, Gus Campbell, Bill Clancy (all percussion), Kim Goody, Rick Parfitt, Ed Hamilton, Fastbuck (all BVoc)

This song is a rare recording of Bob Young, available on the German release of "In Quo Country", Bob's re-recordings of Quo songs in country style.

Album:
(Tex Axile Rides Again) In Quo Country [3:12]
D: Repertoire Records REP 4638-WY, February 1997

Single:
Chicago Blue [?:??]
UK: Magnet MAG 87, March 1977

 
 

Warning Shot
(Andrew Bown/John 'Rhino' Edwards)

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

Album:
Rock 'til You Drop [3:58]
Int: Vertigo 510 341-1, September 1991

 
 

Way Down
(Layng Martine, Jr.)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

This song got its claim to fame when recorded by Elvis "The King" Presley. Actually this was "The King's" current single at the time he died.

Album:
Famous In The Last Century [2:51]
UK: Universal Music TV 157 814-2, April 2000

Other artists recordings:
Elvis Presley (1977)

 
 

(We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet
Look up under other title:
Nothing Yet


We Are The Boys (Who Make All The Noise)
(Roy Wood and various others)
Performed by The Rockers

Produced by Roy Wood and Phil Lynott
Line-up: Roy Wood, Phil Lynott, John Coghlan, Chas Hodges

The all-star line-up of Roy Wood (ex-Electric Light Orchestra, ex-The Move), Phil Lynott (ex-Thin Lizzy) and Chas Hodges (Chas & Dave) also included Status Quo's original drummer John Coghlan. The band recorded a one-off single entitled "We Are The Boys (Who Make All The Noise)".

This track is a rock'n'roll medley written around a Roy Wood composition. The medley includes Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Eddie Cochran classics. In it's own way this single was a blueprint for Status Quo's "The Anniversary Waltz". An extended version was released on 12 inch. Non of these tracks are currently available on a regular CD release.

Trivia: In late 2009 Roy Wood was the support act for Status Quo on the UK leg of their "Pictures" tour.

Single:
We Are The Boys (Who Make All The Noise) [?:??]
UK: CBS A 3929, 1983

Maxi-Single
We Are The Boys (Who Make All The Noise) [?:??] (extended version)
UK: CBS TA 3929, 1983

 
 

We Found Love
(Paul Camilleri/Francis Rossi/Roy Wilders)
Performed by Paul Camilleri

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Paul Camilleri (V, G), Felix Müller (B), Tom Beck (D), Paul Hirsh (K)

Francis Rossi produced the fourth album of Paul Camilleri, who had supported Status Quo on tour earlier. Paul Hirsh, who stood in for Andy Bown as Status Quo's live keyboarder from 2000 to 2002, played keyboard on this recording. Francis Rossi also co-wrote a number of songs for this album.

Album:
4 [4:32]
CH: Disques Office 65634, 2007



Wednesday Night Special
(Noel Jones)
Performed by The Barrelhouse Brothers

Produced by Jeff Ward
Line-up: Noel Jones (Voc), Jeff Ward (G), Eric Bell (G), Noel Redding (B), Colin Earl (Piano), John Coghlan (D), Gary Hill (Harm)

After a long break John Coghlan joined the blues ensemble "The Barrelhouse Brothers" for a CD and tour in 2002. The Barrelhouse Brothers were a loose group of performers not unlike John's own Diesel Band. Most prominent name of this project was Noel Redding who died soon after these recordings.

Album:
Pick It Up, Pass It On [4:06]
NL: Povogue PRD 7136 2, 2002



We're Gonna Do It Again (Again And Again)
(Rick Parfitt/Andrew Bown/Jackie Lynton/John 'Rhino' Edwards)
Released by the Manchester United Football Squad

Produced by Andrew Bown and John 'Rhino' Edwards
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich plus the 1995 team of Manchester United

While in 1994 Status Quo did a re-recording of "Burning Bridges" for the ManU football squad (new title: Come On You Reds), the 1995 song chosen to be reworked was "Again And Again". Again Andrew Bown and 'Rhino' Edwards were responsible for the recording as well as for the new lyrics. Although Status Quo recorded the backing track, only the names of Bown and Edwards were credited on the record.

Single:
We're Gonna Do It Again [3:27]
We're Gonna Do It Again (Rapless Version)
UK: Polygram TV MANU 952, May 1995



What Do You Want To Hear Today
(Bernie Frost)
Released by Bernie Frost

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Bernie Frost (g, voc), Francis Rossi (g), John Coghlan (dr), Andy Pyle (b)

"The House", backed with "What Do You Want To Hear Today" was the first recording of Status Quo members outside the band. It was released by Bernie Frost, who became Francis Rossi's songwriting partner in the 1980's and 1990's. Although credited to the full band on many occasions only Francis and John were involved.

Trivia: Andy Pyle was a member of "Savoy Brown" and played in "Juicy Lucy" together with Micky Moody (of Young & Moody-fame).

Single:
The House [?:??]
UK: Vertigo 6059 108, 1974



What Does It Take?
(Ray Majors)
Performed by Partners In Crime

Produced by John Eden
Line-up: Noel McCalla (v, perc), John Coghlan (d, perc), Mac McCaffrey (b), Ray Majors (g), Mark DeVanchque (keys)

A few of years after leaving Status Quo John Coghlan joined Partners In Crime for one album. This album, entitled "Organised Crime", was produced by John Eden who worked also with Status Quo in the early 1980s.

Trivia: Noel McCalla, lead vocalist of Partner In Crime, later joined Manfred Mann's Earth Band who opened for Status Quo on various occasions in the years 2003 and 2004.

Album:
Organised Crime [?:??]
UK: Epic EPC 26356, 1985



What To Do
(Francis Rossi/Bob Young)

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan

Like many album tracks of the 1970s "What To Do" never got much attention as it failed to become a live standard.

Album:
On The Level [3:15]
UK: Vertigo 9102 002, February 1975

On The Level (Remastered) [3:08]
UK: Mercury 9825910, January 2005


 

What You Gonna Do?
(John Coghlan/Mark DeVanchque/Ray Majors/Noel McCalla/)
Performed by Partners In Crime

Produced by John Eden
Line-up: Noel McCalla (v, perc), John Coghlan (d, perc), Mac McCaffrey (b), Ray Majors (g), Mark DeVanchque (keys)

"What You Gonna Do?", collaborativly written by all band members, is a non-album track, released only on Partners in Crime's single "Miracles". It features John Coghlan on drums, who joined the band after leaving Status Quo.

12" Single:
Miracles [?:??]
UK: Epic Records TX 5040, 1985



What You're Proposing
(Francis Rossi/Bernie Frost)

Produced by Status Quo and John Eden
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Andrew Bown, Bernie Frost

Single:
What You're Proposing [4:13]
UK: Vertigo QUO3, October 1980

In The Army Now [4:13]
UK: Vertigo QUODP20, September 1986 (special gatefold release)

Album:
Just Supposin' [4:16]
UK: Vertigo 6302 057, October 1980

12 Gold Bars Vol. II [4:16]
UK: Vertigo 822 985-2, November 1984

Rocking All Over The Years [3:50]
UK: Vertigo 846 797-1, October 1990

Whatever You Want - The Very Best Of Status Quo [3:51]
UK: Polygram TV 553 506-2,September 1997

XS All Areas [4:17]
UK: Universal 9824883, September 2004 (also as Digipack 9824179)

Je Zit Op Rozen
Dutch version by Bertus Staigerpaip
(Special lyrics by R. Broeders)

In 1995 the Bertus Staigerpaip recorded "Quo Bertus Quo", an album of Status Quo songs with special Dutch lyrics (and original Quo sound).

Album:
Quo Bertus Quo [4:06]
NL: Bunny Music BUCD 9315, 1994

Other cover versions:
Hiltonaires (year unknown)
Klaus Wunderlich (1980, instrumental version)
Thunder Road (1981)
Desirée (1981, as "Was Du gern möchtest" and second version as "Darüber Reden")
Harry (2001, as "Gold Wing")
Studio 99 (2001)

 
 

Whatever You Want
(Rick Parfitt/Andrew Bown)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Bob Young, Andrew Bown

The main riff of "Whatever You Want" is one of the best riffs to play air guitar to. But this rocker is a great song as well and subsequently became one of the most successful single releases by Status Quo (No. 4 in the UK). In the 90s exploitation began when this track was widely used for advertising.

A rare new version was released in Germany in 1998, another re-recording of this track was included on the "Riffs" album. Moreover, Status Quo recorded "Whatever You Want" another time for a collaboration with the German band "Scooter", which remixed it and released it as "Jump That Rock (Whatever You Want)".

Single:
Whatever You Want [4:01]
UK: Vertigo 6059 242, September 1979

Running All Over The World [4:03]
UK: QUAID1, August 1988 (also on 12" Single QUAID112 and CD single QUACD1)

I Didn't Mean It [3:21]
UK: Polydor QUO34, July 1994 (also on MC QUOMC34 and CD QUOCD34)

Album:
Whatever You Want [4:03]
UK: Vertigo 9102 037, October 1979

12 Gold Bars [4:01]
UK: Vertigo TV1,  March 1980

Rocking All Over The Years [3:48]
UK: Vertigo 846 797-1, October 1990

Whatever You Want - The Very Best Of Status Quo [4:01]
UK: Polygram TV 553 506-2,September 1997

XS All Areas [4:01]
UK: Universal 9824883, September 2004 (also as Digipack 9824179)

Remixed US-Version
Now Hear This [3:17] (remixed by Steve Klein)
US: Riva RVL 7402, August 1980

Live Recordings

Ol' Rag Blues (12"-Single)  [4:23]
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher
Produced by Status Quo
UK: Vertigo QUO1112, September 1983

Live At The N.E.C [4:24]
Produced by Status Quo
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher
(same recording as above)
INT: Vertigo 818 947-1, August 1984
(available in the UK as import or as part of the "From The Makers Of..." collection)

Another version was recorded at the Nordoff- Robbins charity concert at Knebworth, on the 30th. June 1990.

Album:
Knebworth The Album [?:??]
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich
UK: Polydor 843 921-1, August 1990

1992: No producer credits
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich
Album:
Live Alive Quo [4:26]
Int: Polydor 517367-2, November 1992

"The Night Of The Proms" is a concert series mixing classical and modern music. The recordings of the 1999 concerts feature Status Quo backed by a full orchestra. The other Status Quo song featured is "Twenty Wild Horses".

The Night Of The Proms - Vol. 6 1999 [?:??]
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich + full orchestra
D: BMG 74321 70562 2, December 1999

Live 2005:
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

To celebrate Status Quo's 40th anniversary the "Daily Mirror"/"Sunday Mirror" came with two free CDs in September 2005 featuring live recordings from the band's concert in Liverpool on the 23rd July 2005.

CD:
40th Anniversary Souvenir [5:09]
UK: Trinity Mirror DMSQCD01, September 2005

Live 2006
Live line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley
Produced by Mike Paxman

After Rick Parfitt's throat problems a concert at the Birmingham N.E.C. was filmed for DVD release. A box set edition of the "Just Doin' It Live" release came with a bonus CD which contains selected audio tracks of the gig.

CD:
Just Doin' It Live [5:15]
EU: Warner Music Vision 256463794-2, November 2006

Live 2009:
Live Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley
Produced by Mike Paxman

A recording of Status Quo's 2009 performance at the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival was released on DVD in 2009. A CD release of this performance followed in 2011.

Album:
Pictures - Live At Montreux [
5:04]
UK: Eagle Rock EAGCD466,
August 2011

 

Live Line-up 2010: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley
Produced by Mike Paxman; remixed by Gregg Jackman

The special edition of the 2011 Quid Pro Quo album included a second disc with live recordings from Amsterdam (October 2010) and Melbourne (March 2010) that were originally available as official bootlegs via the instant live principle. The same recording - taped at the Melbourne gig - also appeared on the bonus disk to the Bula Quo! soundtrack album.

Album:
Quid Pro Quo [5:12]
UK: Fourth Chord Records QUOCD 002, May 2011
D: Edel/earMUSIC 0206176ERE, May 2011

Bula Quo! [5:10]
UK: Fourth Chord Records QUOCD 007, July 2013

 

Whatever You Want (1998 Version)

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

This version was recorded to promote the "Whatever You Want" greatest hits CD. It was released in Germany only.

CD-Single:
In The Army Now [4:24]
D: Mercury 568 543-2, April 1998

Re-Recorded Version (2003)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

Another re-recorded version appeared on the "Riffs" album in 2003. Alongside various cover versions Status Quo also re-recorded some tracks which had appeared on earlier releases, such as "Whatever You Want".

CD:
Riffs [4:32]
UK: Universal TV 9813909, November 2003

Remix by "Das Ministerium"

This remix appeared on the soundtrack for the German TV series "Benzin im Blut", which includes four rare Quo tracks and another four otherwise unavailable techno-style remixes of classic Quo songs. Certainly not all Quo fans like this remix.

Album:
Benzin Im Blut (soundtrack) [4:34]
D: Polydor 547 501-2, 1999

Wat Je Maar Wilt

(Special lyrics by T. Peters)

Dutch version by Bertus Staigerpaip

In 1995 the Bertus Staigerpaip recorded "Quo Bertus Quo", an album of Status Quo songs with special Dutch lyrics (and original Quo sound).

Album:
Quo Bertus Quo [3:34]
NL: Bunny Music BUCD 9315, 1994

Other cover versions:
12 Quo Bars (year unknown)
Bamses Vener (year unknown)
Clout (year unknown)
DLO (year unknown)
Eve (year unknown)
Hiltonaires (year unknown)
(OP &) Matraka (year unknown)
Pistvakt & The Pistols (year unknown)
Quomania (year unknown)
Thunder Road (1981)
Dolly DeLuxe (1988)
Kari Peitsamo Revial (1993, as "A-Duurista")
Status Quo Revial Band (1993)
Piledriver (1997)
Dustpipe (1997, live version)
Vitesse Arnheim Football Team (1998, as "Daar zijn de Boys")
Vincent And Quo (1999, live version)
4500 Times (1999)
Status Kids (2000)
Harry (2001, as "Bevor was passiert")
John Coghlan's Quo (2001)
Studio 99 (2001)
Smiledriver (2006)

 
 

When He Passed You By
other title: When He Passed By
(unknown, probably Alan Lancaster)
Recorded as "The Spectres"

Produced by John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

This tracked remained unissued until released on Castles Records "Singles Compilation", where it was incorrectly titled "When He Passed By".

Album:
The Singles Collection 1966-73 [2:45]
UK: Castle CCS CD 821, 1998



When I Awake
(Alan Lancaster/Bob Young)

Produced By John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

Alan Lancaster and Bob Young co-wrote several tracks for "Spare Parts" album with "When I Awake" being one of them.

Album:
Spare Parts [3:50]
UK: Pye NPSL 18301, August 1969.

In April 2003 - celebrating the 35th anniversary of "Picturesque Matchstickable Messages", the first Status Quo album release - Castle Music reissued a remastered version of "Spare Parts", containing the mono and stereo mixes of the original album.

Remastered CD:
Spare Parts [3:53] (mono)
Spare Parts [3:54] (stereo)
UK: Castle Music CMEDD 717, April 2003



When I Was Old
other title: Such A Terrible Shame
(John DuCann)
Released as John DuCann & Status Quo (members)

Produced By Francis Rossi
Line-Up: John DuCann (G,V), Francis Rossi (G), Andy Bown (K), Pete Kircher (D), JohnMcCoy (B)

In 1977 former Atomic Rooster and Thin Lizzy-member DuCann recorded a number of tracks. Though scheduled for release on Arista Records, the tapes got shelved. In 1992 German label Repertoire Records released them under the name of "John DuCann and Status Quo members". On this occasion this track was named "Such A Terrible Shame". The later re-release on Angel Air corrected this.

Album:
Nothing Better [2:34]
D: Repertoire Records REP 4502-WY, 1992.

CD:
The World's not big enough [2:32]
UK(?): Angel Air SPJCD043, 1999

 

When I'm Dead And Gone
(Benny Gallagher/Graham Lyle)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

"When I'm Dead And Gone" was written by McGuiness Flint members Gallagher and Lyle. McGuiness Flint had a major hit with it in 1970. The German band Fury In The Slaughterhouse recorded another notable version of this song.

Album:
Famous In The Last Century [3:11]
UK: Universal Music TV 157 814-2, April 2000



When My Mind Is Not Live
other title: When My Mind Is Not Alive
(Francis Rossi/Rick Parfitt)

Produced by John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

Although the track name usually is spelled "... Alive" it should read "... Live". The original version appeared on Status Quo's debut album. The track was later chosen as the b-side to Quo's second hit single "Ice In The Sun".

Single:
Ice In The Sun [2:49]
UK: Pye 7N 17581, August 1968

Album:
Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo [2:48]
UK: Pye NPSL 18220, September 1968.

In April 2003 - celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original album release - Castle Music reissued a remastered version of the album, containing the original mono and stereo-mixes.

Remastered CD:
Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo [2:50] (mono)
Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo [3:02] (stereo)
UK: Castle Music CMEDD 718, April 2003

Live at the BBC
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

CD:
Early Status Quo [2:25]
Bootleg

 
 

When The Lights Went On
(Andy Bown)
Performed by Andy Bown

When Will I Be Loved
(Phil Everly)

"When Will I Be Loved" was recorded by Status Quo as a part of "The Anniversary Waltz".



When You Walk In The Room
(Jackie DeShannon)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-Up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

"When You Walk In The Room" has been covered by many artists. Paul Carrack of Mike & The Mechanics fame charted a solo success in the mid 80's with his version. The original was recorded by Jackie DeShannon in 1963.

Single:
When You Walk In The Room [3:06]
UK: Polygram TV 557 512-7, October 1995 (also on MC and CD)

CD-Single:
When You Walk In The Room [4:09]
UK: Polygram TV 557 512-2, October 1995

Album:
Don't Stop [4:09]
UK: Polygram TV 531 035-2, February 1996

Whatever You Want - The Very Best Of Status Quo [3:04]
UK: Polygram TV 553 506-2,September 1997

XS All Areas [3:04]
UK: Universal 9824883, September 2004 (also as Digipack 9824179)

 
 

Where Are You Now
(Francis Rossi/Bernie Frost)
Performed by Francis Rossi & Bernie Frost

Produced by Francis Rossi & Bernie Frost
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Bernie Frost, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher

"Where Are You Now" is a track from Francis Rossi's abandoned "Dolo" project with Bernie Frost. Unlike most other tracks from the "Flying Debris" album (which remained unreleased) this recording this track surfaced as the b-side to the re-recorded version of "Jealousy".

Single:
Jealousy [3:23]  (3:45 on 12" single)
UK: Vertigo VERH 24, October 1985 (also on 12" single VERX 24)



Where I Am
(Rick Parfitt)

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan

Status Quo recorded this Parfitt written track for their 1975 "On The Level" album. Note: The track length of the remastered version differs significantly from the original version.

Album:
On The Level [3:10]
UK: Vertigo 9102 002, February 1975

On The Level (Remastered) [2:43]
UK: Mercury 9825910, January 2005


Where Were You?
(Andrew Bown)
Performed by Andy Bown

Produced by Jimmy Horowitz
Line-up: Andy Bown (V, Keys, G), Nico Ramsden (G), Barry de Sousa (D), Chris Belshaw (B), B.J. Cole (Pedal Steel Guitar)

"Where Were You?" was included on Andy Bown's second solo album "Sweet William", which is still unavailable on CD.

Album:
Sweet William [2:09]
UK: GM GML 1001, June 1973
USA: Mercury, SRM 1-656, 1973



Where's The Show
other titles: So Where's The Show or The Show
(John DuCann/Vincent Crane)
Released as John DuCann & Status Quo (members)

Produced By Francis Rossi
Line-Up: John DuCann (G,V), Francis Rossi (G), Andy Bown (K), Pete Kircher (D), JohnMcCoy (B)

In 1977 former Atomic Rooster and Thin Lizzy-member DuCann recorded a number of tracks, including this one formely recorded by Atomic Rooster as "The Show". Unlike most other recordings, which got shelved, Arista Records released this one as a single. In 1992 German label Repertoire Records released all Arista recordings under the name of "John DuCann and Status Quo members".

Single:
Where's The Show [?:??]
UK: Arista 145, 1977

Album:
Nothing Better [2:25]
D: Repertoire Records REP 4502-WY, 1992.

CD:
The World's not big enough [2:24]
UK(?): Angel Air SPJCD043, 1999



Wherever You Go
(Tony McAnaney)
Performed by Francis Rossi

Produced by Tony McAnaney
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Marcus Brown (keybs., programming, backvocs.), Nigel Hitchcock, Nigel Sidwell, Steve Sidwell (all brass), Gerard Precencer (trumpet), Anthony Macastoptalhiss (bazooke, guitars), Danny Cummins (perc.), Sonia Jones, Dave Taggart, Simon Rossi, Nick Rossi, Carole Kenyan (all backvocs.)

Album:
King Of The Doghouse [3:08]
UK: Virgin CDV2809, 1996
INT: Virgin 7243 8 42201 2 9, 1996

 
 

Who Am I?
(Pip Williams/Peter Hutchins)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Andrew Bown

"Who Am I?" was the first of many Status Quo songs co-written by producer Pip Williams. It first appeared on the "Rockin' All Over The World" album in 1977 which also was the first album Williams produced for Status Quo.

Album:
Rockin' All Over The World [4:30]
UK: Vertigo 9102 014, November 1977
Rockin' All Over The World [4:30] (remastered version)
INT: Mercury 982 596-9, March 2007

 
 

Who Asked You
other title (possibly):
Didn't Have To Lie
(Alan Lancaster)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Bob Young, Andrew Bown

"Who Asked You" was the last track to be included on the final tracklist of the "Whatever You Want" album. For several reasons it seems possible that it the working title for this track was "Didn't Have To Lie". A track of this name was included on earlier lists but remained completely unreleased.

Album:
Whatever You Want [3:57]
UK: Vertigo 9102 037, October 1979
US: Riva RVL 7402, August 1980 (US album title: Now Hear This)



Who Cares?
(John DuCann?)
Released as John DuCann & Status Quo (members)

Produced By Francis Rossi
Line-Up: John DuCann (G,V), Francis Rossi (G), Andy Bown (K), Pete Kircher (D), JohnMcCoy (B)

In 1977 former Atomic Rooster and Thin Lizzy-member DuCann recorded a number of tracks for Arista Records with the help of various Status Quo members. "Who Cares?" was not completed and got laid aside as a demo recording which finally was released in 1999 by Angel Air Records.

CD:
The World's not big enough [2:06]
UK(?): Angel Air SPJCD043, 1999



Who Do You Need?
(Andrew Bown)
Performed by Andy Bown

Produced by Jimmy Horowitz
Line-up: Andy Bown (V, Keys, G), Nico Ramsden (G), Barry de Sousa (D), Chris Belshaw (B), B.J. Cole (Pedal Steel Guitar)

"Who Do You Need?" was first published on Andy Bown's second solo album "Sweet William", which unfortunately hasn't been released on CD yet.

Album:
Sweet William [4:15]
UK: GM GML 1001, June 1973
USA: Mercury, SRM 1-656, 1973



Who Gets The Love?
(Pip Williams/John "Big John" Goodison)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

This song, written by producer Pip Williams, was one of the singles released from the "Ain't Complaining" album. The rare 12"-version features an excellent guitar solo played by Pip Williams. Co-Author John Goodison was lead vocalist of Big John's Rock'n'Roll Circus in which Pip Williams started his carreer.

Single:
Who Get's The Love? [5:32]
UK: Vertigo QUO23, May 1988

12" Single:
Who Get's The Love? (Extended Version) [7:09]
UK: Vertigo QUO2312, May 1988 (also on CD Single QUOCD23)

Album:
Ain't Complaining [5:32]
UK: Vertigo VERH58, June 1988

Status Quo [5:30]
US: Mercury 422 836 651, 1989

Live Recordings

A previously unreleased version of the song - recorded at Wembley in 1988 - was included in the anthology.
Live Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich

Album:
Rockers Rollin' - Quo in Time [4:32]
UK: Mercury 07314 589 216-2, November 2001

 
 

Wild One
other title: Real Wild Child
(Johnny O'Keefe/David Owens/Johnny Greenan)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

"Wild One" shall not be mistaken for "The Wild Ones" (from the "Just Supposin' " album. This track was originally recorded by Johnny O'Keefe and was included on Status Quo's third covers album "Riffs". "Wild One" was also one of four tracks chosen for a pre-release promo sampler. Iggy Pop released his version under the title "Real Wild Child", which was a major success in the 1980s.

CD:
Riffs (Promo CD) [3:47]
UK: Universal TV RIF2, October 2003

Riffs [3:47]
UK: Universal TV 9813909, November 2003

Live 2004
as part of the Mystery Medley

 
 

Wild Side Of Life
other title: Honky Tonk Angels
(William Warren/Arlie A. Carter)

Produced by Roger Glover
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Andrew Bown

"Wild Sife Of Life" started as a country recording by Jimmy Heap. Co-writer Arlie Carter was his piano player at that time. The first cover recording (wrongly believed to be the original) was performed by Hank Thompson (not Hank Snow!) in 1952. Francis Rossi is said to like Tommy Quickly's version of this song. A demo version of this track has been included on the remastered version of "Blue For You". This version was previously available on bootlegs under the title "Honky Tonk Angels".

Trivia: Roger Glover did not produce any other recording sessions of Status Quo (except for the b-side "All Through The Night").

Single:
Wild Side Of Life [3:15]
UK: Vertigo 6059 153, December 1976

Album:
12 Gold Bars [3:15]
UK: Vertigo TV1, March 1980

Rocking All Over The Years [3:13]
UK: Vertigo 846 797-1, October 1990

Whatever You Want - The Very Best Of Status Quo [3:16]
UK: Polygram TV 553 506-2,September 1997

XS All Areas [3:16]
UK: Universal 9824883, September 2004 (also as Digipack 9824179)

Live Recordings

A short section of "Wild Side Of Live" was included in the 1984 "Milton Keynes Medley", which later evolved into the "Mystery Medley", which was recorded in 2004.

Dat Is Niks Voor Mij
(Special lyrics by T. Peters)
Dutch version by Bertus Staigerpaip

Win Or Lose
(Francis Rossi/Bernie Frost)

 

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher, Bernie Frost

When Status Quo released this Rossi/Frost song in 1983 it wasn't really new. The band "Lew Lewis Reformer" had released their own version in 1979 already.

Album:
Back To Back [2:35]
UK: Vertigo VERH10, November 1983

Cover versions:
Lew Lewis Reformer (1979)

 
 

Wolf Manure
look up under (other title):
Breaking Away




World's On Fire
(John Brewster/Alan Lancaster/Tyrone Coates)
Performed by The Bombers

Produced by Alan Lancaster & John Brewster
Line-up: Tyrone Coates (Voc, Sax), Steve Crofts (G), John Brewster (G, Voc), Alan Lancaster (B, Voc), Peter Heckenberg (D)

The Bombers were Alan Lancaster's second band after leaving Status Quo. This band, consisting of Australian musicians, released one album entitled "Aim High".

Album:
Aim High [4:31]
NL: A&M 395 292-1, 1990


 


Yr Hen Ddyn Blin
performed by Maartin Allcock

"Yr Hen Ddyn Blin" is one of three parts of Maartin Allcock's "Hornpipes" featuring John Coghlan on drums.



You Are My Girl
(Alan Lancaster)
Demo recording by "The Spectres"

Line-Up: Francis Rossi, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

According to David J. Oxley's Book "Tuned to the music of Status Quo", this was one of the first songs ever written by Alan Lancaster. Although the Spectres recorded a demo ca 1966, the song was never released.



You Can't Catch Me
(Bob Young/Micky Moody)
Performed by The Young & Moody Band

Produced by Roger Glover
Line-up: Bob Young (V, Harm), Mick Moody (G) & ???

Unlike most of Bob Young's releases with Mick Moody this track has not been available on CD yet.

Trivia: Roger Glover also produced "Wild Side Of Life" for Status Quo.

Single:
The Devil Went Down To Georgia [?:??]
UK: Fabulous JC 1, September 1979

 
 

You Didn'tKnow Any Better
Look up under (other title):
Nothing Better



You Don't Know
(Paul Camilleri/Francis Rossi)
Performed by Paul Camilleri

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Paul Camilleri (V, G), Felix Müller (B), Tom Beck (D), Paul Hirsh (K)

Francis Rossi produced the fourth album of Paul Camilleri, who had supported Status Quo on tour earlier. Paul Hirsh, who stood in for Andy Bown as Status Quo's live keyboarder from 2000 to 2002, played keyboard on this recording. Francis Rossi also co-wrote a number of songs for this album.

Album:
4 [3:32]
CH: Disques Office 65634, 2007



You Don't Own Me
(Alan Lancaster/Mick Green)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Andrew Bown

Co-songwriter Mick Green was a member of "The Pirates" (formerly "Johnny Kidd & The Pirates"), who released their own version of "You Don't Own Me".

Album:
Rockin' All Over The World [3:03]
UK: Vertigo 9102 014, November 1977
Rockin' All Over The World [3:03] (remastered version)
INT: Mercury 982 596-9, March 2007

Cover versions:
L'Attentiat (year unknown)
The Pirates (1977)

 
 

You Gotta Do
(Paul Camilleri/Francis Rossi)
Performed by Paul Camilleri

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Paul Camilleri (V, G), Felix Müller (B), Tom Beck (D), Paul Hirsh (K)

Francis Rossi produced the fourth album of Paul Camilleri, who had supported Status Quo on tour earlier. Paul Hirsh, who stood in for Andy Bown as Status Quo's live keyboarder from 2000 to 2002, played keyboard on this recording. Francis Rossi also co-wrote a number of songs for this album.

Album:
4 [4:42]
CH: Disques Office 65634, 2007



You Keep A Knockin'
(Richard Penniman)

"You Keep A Knockin' " was recorded by Status Quo as a part of "The Anniversary Waltz". Richard Penniman of course is better known as "Little Richard".


You Let Me Down
(Francis Rossi/Bob Young)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

"You Let Me Down", a slow bluesy tune, was recorded during the "Heavy Traffic" sessions but didn't make it on the album. It one of the long-awaited new Rossi/Young collaborations after refreshing their songwriting partnership.


CD-single:
All Stand Up (Never Say Never) [5:01]
UK: Universal TV 019 487 2, October 2002

 
 

You Lost The Love
other title: Peace Of Mind
(Francis Rossi/Bob Young)

Produced by Status Quo, Co-Produced by Damon Lyon-Shaw
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan

"You Lost The Love", originally entitled "Peace Of Mind", appeared as the B-side to the "Rain" single. It was unavailable elsewhere before the release of "The Other Side Of Status Quo".

Single:
Rain [2:58]
UK: Vertigo 6059 133, February 1976

Album:
The Other Side Of Status Quo [3:00]
UK: VSOP CD 213, 1995

 
 

You Make It Roll
(Bob Young/Micky Moody)
Performed by Young & Moody

Produced by Roger Glover
Line-up: Bob Young (V, Harm.), Micky Moody (G, BVoc), Graham Preskett(Violin, K, B), Terry Stannard (D), Clare Torry, Key Carner, Jean Hawker, Ed Hamilton (all BVoc)

This laid back blues recording appeared on the "Young & Moody" album by Young & Moody.

Album:
Young & Moody [5:16]
UK: Magnet MAG 5015, 1977
D: Repertoire Records  REP 4633-WY, 1996 (CD-Release)


You Never Can Tell
other title:It Was A Teenage Wedding
(Chuck Berry)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Jeff Rich, Geraint Watkins (Accordion)

While "You Never Can Tell" is the sole Chuck Berry composition on the "Don't Stop" album Status Quo covered another two songs for "Famous In The Last Century". Together with the bits and pieces included in "The Anniversary Waltz" and older recordings this makes Chuck Berry the #1 songwriter outside the band (please see Songwriters Index).

Album:
Don't Stop [3:48]
UK: Polygram TV 531 035-2, February 1996


You Never Stop
(Francis Rossi/Rick Parfitt/John 'Rhino' Edwards/Andrew Bown/Matt Letley)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

This band composition was included on Status Quo 2005 album "The Party Ain't Over Yet".

CD:
The Party Ain't Over Yet [4:31]
UK: Sanctuary Records - SANCD 389, September 2005

 
 

You Set The World On Fire
correct title: Soul On Fire
(Roger Helj)
Recorded by Freeway

Produced by Freeway; recorded and mixed by Jonas Kuling
Line-up: Thomas Englund (G,Voc), Roger Helj (G,Voc), Tomas Westerlund (B,Voc), Ricard Andersson (D)

This song was never recorded by Status Quo even though it sounds very much like the band and some bootlegs even acclaim it would be a Quo demo version. Actually it was the band "Freeway" who recorded it and no Quo member was involved. Freeway hung up their guitars a long time ago and Roger Helj was part of the now defunct Swedish cover band Status Quovers.

Single:
Looking For A Way [4:15]
S: Aktiv Musik Productions S 011, 1985



You'll Come 'Round
(Francis Rossi/Bob Young)

Produced by Mike Paxman
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley

"You'll Come 'Round", recorded in May 2004, was the first Status Quo single after many years to enter the UK Top 15. The track was released in order to promote the new greatest hits album "XS All Areas". For the first time since ca. 1996 the single was also available on vinyl as a picture disc.

Single:
You'll Come Round [3:26] (Remixed by Pelle Gunnerfeldt & Johan Gustafsson)
UK: Universal Music TV 9868038, September 2004 (also available on 7" picture disk 9868066)

CD:
XS All Areas [3:21]
UK: Universal 9824883, September 2004 (also as Digipack 9824179)

 
 

You're Fine
(Paul Camilleri/Francis Rossi)
Performed by Paul Camilleri

Produced by Francis Rossi
Line-up: Paul Camilleri (V, G), Felix Müller (B), Tom Beck (D), Paul Hirsh (K)

Francis Rossi produced the fourth album of Paul Camilleri, who had supported Status Quo on tour earlier. Paul Hirsh, who stood in for Andy Bown as Status Quo's live keyboarder from 2000 to 2002, played keyboard on this recording. Francis Rossi also co-wrote a number of songs for this album.

Album:
4 [4:28]
CH: Disques Office 65634, 2007



You're Just What I Was Looking For Today
other title: Hey Little Woman

(Carole King/Gerry Goffin)

Produced By John Schroeder
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Roy Lynes

When PRT Records released the "Fresh Quota" album in 1981, this song was titled "Hey Little Woman" while the same track was previously issued as "You're Just What I Was Looking For Today".

Album:
Spare Parts  [3:50]
UK: Pye NPSL 18301, August  1969.

Fresh Quota [3:47] (titled "Hey Little Woman")
UK: PRT DOW 2, September 1981

In April 2003 - celebrating the 35th anniversary of "Picturesque Matchstickable Messages", the first Status Quo album release - Castle Music reissued a remastered version of "Spare Parts", containing the mono and stereo mixes of the original album.

Remastered CD:
Spare Parts [3:50] (mono)
Spare Parts [3:51] (stereo)
UK: Castle Music CMEDD 717, April 2003



You're Only Lonely
(John David "J.D." Souther)
Performed by Marietta

Produced by Rick Parfitt and John Eden
Line-up: Marietta Parfitt (Voc), Rick Parfitt (G), Andy Bown (B, Keys), Kevin Godley (Dr ?)

"You're Only Lonely" was the first record release of Rick Parfitt's first wife Marietta. While Andy Bown's participation seems to be confirmed the drummer remains uncertain. Kevin Godley of 10cc, who was a close friend of the Parfitts at the time, would be a good guess.

Single:
You're Only Lonely [?:??]
UK: Polydor POSP 305, January 1982



You're The One For Me
(Matt Letley)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards, Matt Letley + Pip Williams (g)

"You're The One For Me" is one of the tracks from the 2007 "In Search Of The Fourth Chord" album. This song is a first in the history of Status Quo as the drummer - Matt Letley - receives the sole songwriting credits for a song the band recorded.

CD:
In Search Of The Fourth Chord [3:30]
UK: Fourth Chord Records QUOCD001, September 2007
F: XIII Bis Records 680, August 2007
D: Edel Records 0184392, September 2007

 
 

Young & Moody
(Bob Young/Micky Moody)
Performed by Young & Moody

Produced by Roger Glover
Line-up: Bob Young (V, Harm.), Micky Moody (G, BVoc), Graham Preskett(Violin, K, B), Terry Stannard (D), Clare Torry, Key Carner, Jean Hawker, Ed Hamilton (all BVoc)

This self-titled song appeared on the "Young & Moody" album by Young & Moody.

Album:
Young & Moody [3:06]
UK: Magnet MAG 5015, 1977
D: Repertoire Records  REP 4633-WY, 1996 (CD-Release)



Young Pretender
(Francis Rossi/Bernie Frost)

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher, Bernie Frost

12" Single:
A Mess Of Blues [3:32]
UK: Vertigo QUO1212, November 1983

Album:
1+9+8+2 [3:35]
UK: Vertigo 6302 189, April 1982

Cover versions:
Los Gestos De La Donna (year unknown)

 
 

Your Application Failed
other title: The Failure
(John DuCann)
Released as John DuCann & Status Quo (members)

Produced By Francis Rossi
Line-Up: John DuCann (G,V), Francis Rossi (G), Andy Bown (K), Pete Kircher (D), JohnMcCoy (B)

In 1977 former Atomic Rooster and Thin Lizzy-member DuCann recorded a number of tracks. Though scheduled for release on Arista Records, the tapes got shelved. In 1992 German label Repertoire Records released this track as "The Failure" under the name of "John DuCann and Status Quo members". The later re-release on Angel Air records saw the track title changed to "Your Application Failed".

Album:
Nothing Better [2:51]
D: Repertoire Records REP 4502-WY, 1992.

CD:
The World's not big enough [2:51]
UK(?): Angel Air SPJCD043, 1999

 
 

Your Kind Of Love
(Alan Lancaster)

Produced by Status Quo
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, Andrew Bown, Pete Kircher, Bernie Frost

Album:
Back To Back [3:24]
UK: Vertigo VERH10, November 1983

Cover versions:
Corazon Sin Dios (year unknown)

 
 

Your Smiling Face
(Rick Parfitt/Andrew Bown)

Produced by Pip Williams
Line-up: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster, John Coghlan, Bob Young, Andrew Bown

Album:
Whatever You Want [4:22]
UK: Vertigo 9102 037, October 1979
US: Riva RVL 7402, August 1980 (US album title: Now Hear This)



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