This is Olivia's very first single release - part of a one-off record deal with Decca Records from 1966.

Till You Say You'll Be Mine b/w For Ever, released 13 May 1966

UK,1966, Decca F.12395

This "picture sleeve" went with the RCA release of "You're My Baby Now" from the Toomorrow movie. You could buy two-foot wide posters of the band - individual band members pictures for seven shillings and sixpence apiece, or the complete set for 30/- Decimalised, this was £0.375 each or £1.50 for the lot!

"You're My Baby Now" b/w "Goin' Back"

UK,1970, RCA 1978

Decca released this single from Toomorrow - neither track is available on the Toomorrow album itself.

"I Could Never Live Without Your Love" b/w "Roll Like The River"

UK, 1970, Decca F13070
Released 21 May 1966

Olivia on B side

Cliff Richard Sunny Honey Girl (Cliff only)
B side Don't Move Away (Cliff's first ever recorded duet was with Olivia)

Germany. No date given. EMI/Columbia

(released in UK January 9th 1971)

Don't Move Away was reissued on CD on the compilations "Cliff Richard 1970s" and Tracks n Grooves

Thanks to Marion Schanowski

The French release of Olivia's first solo single, If Not For You.

If Not For You b/w The Biggest Clown

France, 1971, Polydor 2001 156

Alternative covers of the German release of Olivia's first solo single, If Not For You. The B side is not available on any Olivia album.

If Not For You b/w The Biggest Clown

Germany, 1971, Polydor 2001 156

Thanks to Michael Koevoets

If Not For You b/w The Biggest Clown

Italy, 1971, SIR, 20.152

Thanks to Miranda Storm

If Not For You b/w Have You Never Been Mellow

Spain, Polydor P-68 (promo)

Thanks to Miranda Storm

This features a release of "Banks Of The Ohio" sung in German

"Unten Am Fluß, Der Ohio Heißt" b/w "If You Could Read My Mind"

Germany, 1971, Polydor 2001 274

"If You Could Read My Mind" b / w "If"

Germany, ?1971, Polydor 2001 393

"Banks Of The Ohio" b/w "Where Are You Going To My Love"

Germany, undated (1971?), Polydor 2001 249

"Just A Little Too Much" b/w "Changes"

Germany, undated (1972?),Polydor 2001 360

The German release of "Take Me Home Country Roads". The B side is interesting because like the equivalent 1972 UK Pye single (Pye 7N.25599, again released without a picture sleeve Nov 1972) the version of "Sail Into Tomorrow" is a different version with sparser instrumentation than the song which went onto the 1975 album Clearly Love.

"Take Me Home Country Roads" b/w "Sail Into Tomorrow"

Germany, 1972, Polydor 2001 408

What Is Life/I'm A Small And Lonely Light

Germany. No date. Polydor 2001 285

Thanks to Marion Schanowski

What Is Life/I'm A Small And Lonely Light

Portugal. Polydor  2001 285

Thanks to Werner Müller

"Let me be there", b/w "Maybe Then I'll think of you"

Germany, 1973, Polydor 2001 460

Olivia moves to EMI from Pye, but we still need to look to this German release on the EMI/Electrola label for a picture sleeve...

"If You Love Me Let Me Know" b/w "Brotherly Love"

Germany, 1974, EMI Electrola, 1C 006-95 506 U

"If You Love Me Let Me Know" b/w "Brotherly Love"

Belgium, 1974, EMI

Thanks to Miranda Storm

"Long Live Love" b/w "Angel Eyes"

Belgium, 1974, EMI, EMI 4 C 006 95309

"Long Live Love" b/w "Angel Eyes"

Germany, 1974, EMI Electrola 1C 006-95 309

"Long Live Love" b/w "Angel Eyes"

Sweden, 1974, EMI 4E 006-95 309

"Long Live Love" b/w "Angel Eyes"

Spain, 1974, EMI J 006-95 309

Long Live Love b/w Angel Eyes

Holland,1974 EMI-5C 006-95309A

Thanks to Michael Koevoets

Long Live Love b/w Angel Eyes

Yugoslavia 1974 Jugoton sst-88744

Thanks to Miranda Storm

Long Live Love b/w Angel Eyes

Turkey, 1974 EMI  EMITS 1503

Thanks to Werner Müller

I Honestly Love You/Home Ain't Home Anymore

Germany, 1974. EMI

Thanks to Marion Schanowski

Home Ain't Home Anymore/I Honestly Love You

Yugoslavia, 1974. Jugoton/EMI SEMI-88787

Thanks to Werner Müller

I Honestly Love You/Home Ain't Home Anymore

1974, EMI C006-95956

Thanks to Joost Lodewijk

I Honestly Love You/If You Love Me Let Me Know

France, 1974, EMI, 2C 008-95983

Thanks to Philippe. Click to enlarge

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