List of U.S. singles by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

List of U.S. singles by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

This is a list of U.S. singles recorded and released by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in their various guises since 1953. This list includes only commercially-released singles on which Valli or some configuration of the group was credited with performing or producing. Promotional-only releases and extended play records (EPs) are omitted from this list.

Reissued singles and records in which the Four Lovers did only session work (including singles by Danny and the Juniors, Freddy Cannon, and Bobby Darin) are also not included here.

US singles discography

(Numbers in "italics" indicate peak position on the "Billboard" Hot 100 chart)

Frankie Valli (before The Four Lovers, 1953-1956)

"My Mother's Eyes"/"The Laugh's on Me" (as Frank Valley) - Corona Records

"Somebody Else Took Her Home"/"Forgive and Forget" (as Frankie Valley and the Travelers) - Mercury

The Four Lovers (1956-1961)

"You're the Apple of My Eye" "(#62)"/"The Girl in My Dreams" - RCA Victor
"Honey Love"/"Please Don't Leave Me" - RCA Victor (Simultaneous release with "You're the Apple of My Eye")
"Jambalaya"/"Be Lovey Dovey" - RCA Victor

"Never Never"/"Happy Am I" - RCA Victor
"Shake a Hand"/"The Stranger" - RCA Victor
"The Stranger"/"Night Train" - RCA Victor
"My Life for You"/"Pucker Up" - Epic

"I Go Ape"/"If You Care" (as Frankie Tyler) - Okeh

"Please Take a Chance"/"It May Be Wrong" (as Frankie Vally) - Decca
"Come Si Bella" (as Franke Valle and the Romans)/"Real (This Is Real)" (as Frankie Valley) - Cindy

"Too Young to Start"/"Red Lips" (as The Village Voices) - Topix/Peri

"Spanish Lace"/"1,000,000 Tears" (Bob Gaudio as Turner Disentri) - Topix/Peri
"I Am All Alone"/"Trance" (as Billy Dixon and The Topics) - Topix/Peri
"An Angel Cried"/"Hope, Faith and Dreams" (as Harold Miller and The Rays) - Topix/Peri
"Lost Lullaby"/"Trance" (as Billy Dixon and The Topics) - Topix/Peri
"Betty Jean"/"More Lovin' Less Talkin'" (as Johnny Halo) - Topix/Peri

The Four Seasons (1961-present)

"Bermuda"/"Spanish Lace" - Gone

"Sherry" "(#1)"/"I've Cried Before" - Vee-Jay
"Big Girls Don't Cry" "(#1)"/"Connie-O" - Vee-Jay
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" "(#23)"/"Christmas Tears" - Vee-Jay

"Walk Like a Man" "(#1)"/"Lucky Ladybug" - Vee-Jay
"Ain't That a Shame!" "(#22)"/"Soon (I'll Be Home Again)" "(#77)" - Vee-Jay
"Candy Girl" "(#3)"/"Marlena" "(#36)" - Vee-Jay
"New Mexican Rose" "(#36)"/"That's the Only Way" "(#88)" - Vee-Jay

"Peanuts"/"Stay" - Vee-Jay
"Dawn (Go Away) "(#3)"/"No Surfing Today" - Philips
"Stay" "(#16)"/"Goodnight My Love" - Vee-Jay
"Ronnie" "(#6)"/"Born to Wander" - Philips
"Alone" "(#28)"/"Long, Lonely Nights" - Vee-Jay
"Rag Doll" "(#1)"/"Silence Is Golden" - Philips
"Save It for Me "(#10)"/"Funny Face" - Philips
"Sincerely" "(#75)"/"One Song" - Vee-Jay
"You're the Apple of My Eye"/"Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" - Vee-Jay (A-side is a re-recording of The Four Lovers' first record)
"Big Man in Town" "(#20)"/"Little Angel" - Philips
"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"/"Christmas Tears" - Vee-Jay

"Bye Bye Baby "(#12)"/"Searching Wind" - Philips (A-side renamed Bye, Bye, Baby (Baby, Goodbye) on reissues)
"Never on Sunday"/"Connie-O" - Vee-Jay
"Toy Soldier" "(#64)"/"Betrayed" - Philips
"Girl Come Running" "(#30)"/"Cry Myself to Sleep" - Philips
"Since I Don't Have You"/"Tonite, Tonite" - Vee-Jay
"Let's Hang On!" "(#3)"/"On Broadway Tonight" - Philips
"Don't Think Twice" "(#12)"/"Sassy" (as The Wonder Who?) - Philips
"Little Boy (in Grown-Up Clothes)" "(#60)"/"Silver Wings" - Vee-Jay

"Working My Way Back to You" "(#9)"/"Too Many Memories" - Philips
"Peanuts"/"My Sugar" (as The Wonder Who) - Vee-Jay (both sides recorded in 1962 for Vee-Jay as The Four Seasons)
"Opus 17 (Don't You Worry 'Bout Me)" "(#13)"/"Beggar's Paradise" - Philips
"On the Good Ship Lollipop" "(#87)"/"You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" "(#96)" (as The Wonder Who?) - Philips
"I've Got You Under My Skin" "(#9)"/"Huggin' My Pillow" - Philips
"Tell It to the Rain" "(#10)"/"Show Girl" - Philips

"Beggin'" "(#16)"/"Dody" - Philips
"C'mon Marianne" "(#9)"/"Let's Ride Again" - Philips (two versions issued, first one slower than "hit" second version)
"Lonesome Road" "(#89)"/"Around and Around (andaroundandaroundandaroundandaround)" (as The Wonder Who?) - Philips
"Watch the Flowers Grow" "(#30)"/"Raven" - Philips

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow" "(#24)"/"Around and Around (andaroundandaroundandaroundandaround)" - Philips
"Saturday's Father"/"Goodbye Girl" - Philips (first Philips Four Seasons single not to appear in the Hot 100)
"Electric Stories" "(#61)"/"Pity" - Philips

"Idaho" "(#75)"/"Something's on Her Mind" "(#98)" - Philips
"And That Reminds Me (My Heart Reminds Me)" "(#45)"/"The Singles Game" - Crewe

"You've Got Your Troubles"/"A Dream of Kings" - Philips
"Patch of Blue" "(#94)"/"She Gives Me Light" - Philips (A-side is only original Philips recording credited to "Frankie Valli & The 4 Seasons")
"Lay Me Down (Wake Me Up)"/"Heartaches and Rainbows" - Philips (B-side credited to Frankie Valli)

"Where Are My Dreams?"/"Any Day Now"-"Happy Day" - Philips
"Sleeping Man"/"Whatever You Say" - UK Warner Brothers (U.K.-only release)

"Walk On, Don't Look Back"/"Sun Country" - MoWest

"How Come"/"Life and Breath" - Motown

"Hickory"/"Charisma" - Motown

"Who Loves You" "(#3)"/"Who Loves You (Disco version)" - Warner Brothers
"December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" "(#1)"/"Slip Away" - Warner Brothers

"Silver Star" "(#38)"/"Mystic Mr. Sam" - Warner Brothers

"Down the Hall" "(#65)"/"I Believe in You" - Warner Brothers

"Spend the Night in Love" "(#91)"/"Slip Away" - Warner Brothers

"Heaven Must Have Sent You (Here in the Night)"/"Silver Star" - Warner Brothers

"East Meets West"/"Rhapsody" - FBI (A side: Four Seasons and The Beach Boys)

"Streetfighter"/"Deep Inside Your Love" - MCA/Curb
"Moonlight Memories"/"What About Tomorrow" - MCA/Curb

"Book of Love"/"What About Tomorrow" - MCA/Curb

"Big Girls Don't Cry (Enhanced Original Mix)"/"Big Girls Don't Cry (Dirty Dancing Rap)" - MCA/Curb

Frankie Valli "solo" (recorded 1964-1974 with The Four Seasons)

Each of the following was produced by Bob Crewe and was recorded in Four Seasons recording sessions.

"The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)"/"This Is Goodbye" - Smash

"(You're Gonna) Hurt Yourself" "(#39)"/"Night Hawk" - Smash (B-side by The Four Seasons as "The Valli Boys")
"You're Ready Now"/"Cry for Me" - Smash
"The Proud One" "(#68)"/"Ivy" - Philips

"Can't Take My Eyes Off You" "(#2)"/"The Trouble With Me" - Philips
"I Make a Fool of Myself" "(#18)"/"September Rain (Here Comes the Rain)" - Philips
"To Give (The Reason I Live)" "(#29)"/"Watch Where You Walk" - Philips

"The Girl I'll Never Know (Angels Never Fly This Low" "(#52)"/"A Face Without a Name" - Philips
"You've Got Your Troubles"/"The Dream of Kings" - Philips (withdrawn upon release of Motown single below)

"The Scalawag Song"/"Listen to Yesterday" - Motown
"My Mother's Eyes"/"Circle in the Sand" - Philips (A-side is a re-recording of Valli's 1953 recording)

"Love Isn't Here"/"Poor Fool" - MoWest

"You've Got Your Troubles"/"Listen to Yesterday" - Motown

"My Eyes Adored You" "(#1)"/"Watch Where You Walk" - Private Stock (recorded as part of aborted Motown Four Seasons album. Valli bought the master and Private Stock released it as a Valli single)

NOTE: Promotional copies of "The Night", a song The Four Seasons recorded for Motown, were distributed to radio stations and promotional outlets as a Frankie Valli "solo" single in 1972, but it was never commercially available as a single in the United States.

Frankie Valli solo (recorded after 1974 without The Four Seasons)

"Swearin' to God" "(#6)"/"Why" - Private Stock (first Frankie Valli recording without Four Seasons or Four Lovers participation since 1953)
"Our Day Will Come" "(#11)"/"You Can Bet" - Private Stock

"Fallen Angel" "(#36)"/"Carrie (I Would Marry You)" - Private Stock
"We're All Alone" "(#78)"/"You to Me Are Everything" - Private Stock
"Boomerang"/"Look at the World, It's Changing" - Private Stock

"Easily"/"What Good Am I Without You" - Private Stock
"Second Thoughts"/"So She Says" - Private Stock
"I Need You"/"I'm Gonna Love You" - Private Stock

"I Could Have Loved You"/"Rainstorm" - Private Stock
"Grease" "(#1)"/"Grease (Instrumental)" - RSO
"Save Me, Save Me"/"No Love At All" - Warner Brothers

"Fancy Dancer" "(#77)"/"Needing You" - Warner Brothers

"Where Did We Go Wrong" "(#90)"/"Doctor Dance" (Frankie Valli with Chris Forde) - MCA/Curb

"Can't Say No to You"/"You Make It Beautiful" (Cheryl Ladd with Frankie Valli) - Capitol

"American Pop"/"Why" (Manhattan Transfer with Frankie Valli) - Atlantic


*Fred Bronson, "The Billboard Book of Number One Hits", third edition (Billboard Books 1992) ISBN 0-8230-8298-9
*Wayne Jancik, "The Billboard Book of One-Hit Wonders", expanded first edition (Billboard Books, 1998) ISBN 0-8231-7622-9
*Hal Leonard, "American Singing Groups: A History from 1940 to Today" (2005) ISBN 0-634-09978-7
*Tom Neely, "Goldmine Price Guide to 45 RPM Records", fifth edition (KP Books 2005) ISBN 0-87349-840-2
*Joe Sasfy, Liner notes to "Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons: 1962-1967" (Warner Special Products, 1987: Time-Life Music The Rock 'N' Era 2RNR-15)
*Joel Whitburn, "Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-1993" (Billboard Books 1994) ISBN 0-89820-105-5

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