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The Springfields Group & Dusty Springfield U.S. 45 Discography

The Springfields U.S. 45 & 7-Inch Discography

Springfields

They were Mary O’Brien (Dusty Springfield), Dion O’Brien (Tom Springfield) and original third member Tim Feild.  Dusty came from The Lana Sisters while Dion and Tim had been known as The Kensington Squares.

Dusty Springfield (Mary O’Brien) Formerly with The Lana Sisters
Tom Springfield (Dion O’Briean) Became a writer for The Seekers
Tim Field
Mike Hurst – Vocals Went to Mike Hurst & the Method (64)

1962 – O

1962 – O

1963 – O

1963 – DJO/O

1963 – XX b/w Little Boat (Need Image)

1965 – XX

1965 – Philips Double-Hit Series 44004 – Island of Dreams b/w Say I Won’t Be There (Need Images)

1962 – UK

The Springfields U.S. Long Play Discography

Philips 200052 – “Silver Threads & Golden Needles”- Charted October 27th, 1962 – #91 – 4 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELDS 01 COV

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Philips 200076 – “Folk Songs from the Hills” – Released February 7th, 1963 – Did Not Chart

SPRINGFIELDS - O2 COV

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Fontana 67570 – “England’s Greatest Hits – Released mid 1960’s – Did Not Chart
(Contains “Silver Threads & Golden Needles” by The Springfields)

TROGGS & OTHERS A TROGGS & OTHERS B

TROGGS AND OTHERS R TROGGS AND OTHERS R_0001

Dusty Springfield U.S. 45 & 7-Inch Discography

Dusty was born Mary O’Brien from London England.  She had been a member of the folk group The Springfields.  Dusty died on March 21st, 1999 at age 59.

1963 – DJO/X

1964 – O

1964 – DJX/OBLK

1964 – DJX/O

1964 – DJX/O

1965 – XX

1965 – O

1965 – O

1965 – DJPSO/X

1965 – XX

1965 – XX

1966 – DJX/O

1966 – DJX/O

1967 – XX

1967 – DJX/O

1967 – XX

1967 – DJX/O

1968 – DJX/O

1968 – DJX/O

1968 – DJX /O

1969 – O

1969 – DJX/O

1969 – Flexi XX

1969 – DJX/O

1969 – XX

1969 – DJX/O

Dusty Springfield U.S. Long Play Discography

Philips 600133 – “Stay Awhile” – Charted June 27th, 1964 – #62 – 13 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 01

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Philips 600156 – “Dusty” – Charted December 5th, 1964 – #136 – 3 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 02 COV

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 02 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 02_0001

Philips 200164 – “Oooooeeowee” – Released January, 1965 – Did Not Chart

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 03 R SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 03 R_0001

Philips 600210 – “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” – Charted July 16th, 1966 – #77 – 10 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 04 R SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 04 R_0001

Philips 600220 – “Dusty Springfield’s Golden Hits” – Charted December 24th, 1966 – #1l37 – 3 Weeks on Hot 200

 

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 01_0001 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 01_0002

Fontana 67570 – “England’s Greatest Hits – Released mid 1960’s – Did Not Chart
(Contains “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me” by Dusty Springfield)

TROGGS & OTHERS A TROGGS & OTHERS B

TROGGS AND OTHERS R TROGGS AND OTHERS R_0001

Mercury 601 – “The Golden Era of Dance & Song” – Released 1966 – Did Not Chart

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY - VARIOUS

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY VARIOUS SPRINGFIELD DUSTY VARIOUS _0001

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Philips 600256 – “The Look of Love” – Charted December 23rd, 1967 – #135 – 7 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 07 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 07_0001

Philips 200303 – “Everything’s Coming Up Dusty” – Released February, 1967 – Did Not Chart

 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY - COMING UP COV BOOK

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 08 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 08_0001

United Artists 4158 – “The Corrupt Ones” (soundtrack) – Released March, 1967 – Did Not Chart

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 09 R SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 09 R_0001

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 09 POSTER

Wing 16380 – “Just Dusty” – Released 1967 – Did Not Chart

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 10 COV A SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 10 COV B

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 10 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 10 _0001

Atlantic 8214 – “Dusty in Memphis” – Charted March 15th, 1969 – #107 – 13 Weeks on Hot 200

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 11 C SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 11 CB

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 11 SPRINGFIELD DUSTY 11_0001

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