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All releases with * as Johnny Vallons and The Deejays
Wonderous Place / Satchas Tune (Swe-Disc, SWES1004)
Hello Josephine / Chase You Round (Swe-Disc, SWES1011)

Cuddle Up / Route 66 (Swe-Disc, SWES1040)
All Right / My Little Girl (Swe-Disc, SWES1049)
New Orleans (live) / Come On Home To Me (Swe-Disc, SWES1104)
Long Tall Shorty / I Can Tell (Polydor, NH10980)
Farmer John / I Just Can’t Go To Sleep (Polydor, NH10983)
Blackeyed Woman / I’m A Hog For You Baby (Polydor, NH10989)
You Must Be Joking / Loneliness (Polydor, NH10996)
Coming On Strong / Dimples (Polydor, NH59705)
Jag Vill Inte Ha Nå’n Annan Än Dej / Tequila (Polydor, NH59710)
Surrender / Hooked (Polydor, NH59714)
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah / Bama-Lama-Lou  (Polydor, NH59723)
Dum Dum (Marble Breaks And Iron bends) / Fever (Withdrawn, Hep House, HS01)
Dum Dum (Marble Breaks And Iron bends) / Pictrue Of You (Hep House, HS01)
Fever / Hey, Baby (New version of Fever, Polydor, NH59731)
1967 Somewhere My Love / It’s Gonna Work Out Fine (Hep House, HS06)
1967 Baby Talk / I’ll Never Get Over You (Hep House, HS07)
1967 Bombom / In The Midnight Hour (Hep House, HS17)
1967 Bam Bam / Gör Det Inte (Swedish version, Hep House, HS20)
1967 Bam Bam / I Need You (English version, Hep House, HS21)
1967 Working Out Fine / Love Me (Hep House, HS26)
1968 He’s In Town / Come To Me (Hep House, HS33)
1968 Incrowd Hangout / Please Don’t Criticize (Advertising record for a hairdressing salon, Swe-Disc, SWES1226)
1968 Sing, Sing, Sing / Blueberry Hill (Label misstyped as “Sing Our Song”, Polydor, NH59761)
1968 Natasja / Far Away Place (Play records, SP01)

Wonderous Place / Helloh Josephine / All Right / Satchas Tune / Chase You ‘Round / My Little Girl (Swe-Disc, SIXP6001)

*1964 Non-Stop Show At Kingside (Live)  (Swe-Disc, SWELP8)
Deejays  (Polydor, LPHM46254)
Haze (Hep House, HLP02)

Buzz Nelson (aka Pano Osman)– Bass (born)  Chris Liddiard – Vocals (born) Clive Sands (aka Sarstedt)– Vocals (born) Derek Skinner – Drums (born)  Erle Morgan– Drums (born)  John Murray – Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica (born ) John Watson – Drums (born) Johnny Vallons – Vocals, Guitar (born)  Pete Clinton (aka Chapman) – Guitar (born)
The original line-up.

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