EIDETIC PHASES: JOHN WALKER – PHILIPS SINGLES 1966-69

John Walker’s solo career can be best described as unsuccessful considering that The Walker Brothers enjoyed such acclaim in Britain during the mid 60s. His records have various styles from orchestrated pop ballads, country and even a hint of the Carribean on his final disc in 1969. He recorded songs by Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan and Graham Nash who co-wrote “Annabella” his only hit, reaching #24 in 1967.

“Sunny” / “Come Rain Or Come Shine” (Philips BE 125970) 1966

“Annabella” / “You Don’t Understand Me” (Philips BF 1593) 1967

“If I Promise” / “I See Love In You” (Philips BF 1612) 1967

“Kentucky Woman” / “I Cried All The Way Home” (Philips BF 1676) 1968

“I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight” / “Open The Door Homer” (Philips BF 1655) 1968

“Woman” / “A Dream” (Philips BF 1724) 1968

“Yesterday’s Sunshine” / “Little One” (Philips BF 1758) 1969

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