Barry White 45 Collectables
AS TIME GOES BY – JAPAN A. & M. 1987
Barry recorded this classic tune from the Casablanca film twice: firstly as an instrumental in 1979 for the Love Unlimited Orchestra LP ‘Super Movie Themes-Just A Little Bit Different' and then in 1987 as a vocal version for Barry's then-new CD album ‘The Right Night and Barry White'. Both this song and the B-side, Good Dancin' Music, are edits exclusive to this 45. Neither song appeared on the vinyl version of the LP.
AS TIME GOES BY – JAPAN A. & M. 1987 PROMO VERSION
Both this song and the B-side, Good Dancin' Music, are TV edits exclusive to this Promo 45.
CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOUR LOVE, BABE – JAPAN 20 th Century 1974
I'LL DO FOR YOU ANYTHING YOU WANT ME TO – JAPAN 20 th Century 1975
OH WHAT A NIGHT FOR DANCING – JAPAN 20 th Century 1978
This was Barry's final Top 30 Pop single on the 20 th Century label when released in the USA .
YOU'RE THE FIRST, THE LAST MY EVERYTHING - JAPAN 20 th Century 1974
LOVE'S THEME – JAPAN 20 th Century 1974
This is the Vocal version of the classic tune, extracted from the Love Unlimited LP ‘In Heat', and not released elsewhere as a single. The B-side is It May Be Winter Outside (But In My Heart It's Spring), the transatlantic hit, taken from the LP ‘Under the Influence of…', and previously a US smash for Felice Taylor.
MY SWEET SUMMER SUITE – JAPAN 20th Century 1976
This nice item from Japan has a small picture of Barry White imposed on the snow-capped background. But what summer has to do with skiing is anybody's guess!
THEME FROM TOGETHER BROTHERS – JAPAN 20 th Century 1974
The Maestro is pictured singing on this great live shot from Japan , even if he does not do so on either side of the record! This single – credited to the Love Unlimited Orchestra - was heavily sampled in the late 1990s to provide the backbone to the smash US single C'Mon Right The Train (Ride It) by the Quad City DJ's. The B-side was Find The Man Bros.
YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE THIS (WHEN YOU TOUCH ME) – JAPAN 20 th Century 1975
This pair of ‘White Gold' album tracks, with Dreaming on the B-side, made their only appearance as a single in Japan .