Despite several name changes, the 'Nightriders' never released an album proper, only a handful of singles.This was a situation shared by many of the bands of the day. However, an excellent compilation of their singles was released on vinyl LP almost twenty years later during the 80's in the UK on the Edsel label.
Hopefully one day we may see the re-release of the Edsel recording on compact disc... It's well overdue!
|1963||Tell Me Watcha gonna Do? / No Other Guy||-||Columbia||DB. 7141|
|1963||Please Mr. Postman / In Love||-||Columbia||DB. 7183|
|-||Brand New Cadilac / A Thing Of The Past||Un-issued|
|1964||What A Sweet Thing That Was / Fabulous||With Roy Wood||Columbia||DB. 7302|
|1964||Here I Stand / Lonely Weekends||With Roy Wood||Columbia||DB. 7462|
|1965||Take My Hand / Make Them Understand||The 'B' side features Roy's first ever recorded song.||Columbia||DB. 7677|
|1966||Don't Turn Your Back On Me / Stop, Look and Listen||With Roy Wood||Columbia||DB. 7798|
|11 / 66||It's Only The Dog / Your Friend||With Jeff Lynne on guitar||Polydor||56116|
|1966||Love Me Right Now||Promo' only||Polydor||-|