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List of top 10 songs by Billy Fury. Full list of songs by Billy Fury including albums. Billy Fury Discography. Complete list of Billy Fury songs. Music by Billy Fury, including lyrics and music videos.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Halfway To Paradise 1987 86,292
Wondrous Place 1998 108,018
Maybe Tomorrow 1987 105,133
Jealousy 1987 205,447
A Thousand Stars 1987 175,242
I'D Never Find Another You 1987 194,539
Once Upon A Dream 1987 249,164
Like I've never been gone 1987 202,937
When Will You Say I Love You 1987 232,260
I Will 1987 224,503
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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List of music videos for all major Billy Fury songs.

Filmography

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Selected list of Billy Fury film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

1973
Stormy Tempest

1965
I've Gotta Horse
Billy

1962
Play It Cool (1962)
Billy Universe

1955
ITV Television Playhouse (1955) (TV Show)
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Soundtrack Credits

2010
The Indian Doctor (2010) (TV Show)
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2009
An Education (2009)
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1999
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1995
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1991
Blonde Fist (1991)
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1973
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1965
I've Gotta Horse
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1964
Shindig! (1964) (TV Show)
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1962
Play It Cool (1962)
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Self

1969
Discotheque
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1967
Dee Time (TV Show)
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1967
The Golden Shot (TV Show)
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1967
Doddy's Music Box (TV Show)
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1964
Shindig! (1964) (TV Show)
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1964
Top of the Pops (1964) (TV Show)
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1964
The Kathy Kirby Show (TV Show)
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1964
Five O'Clock Club (TV Show)
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1963
Ready, Steady, Go! (1963) (TV Show)
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1963
Holiday Music
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1962
All That Jazz
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1961
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1961) (TV Show)
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1961
Discs a Go-Go (TV Show)
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1961
David Brinkley's Journal (TV Show)
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1960
Wham! (TV Show)
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1959
Boy Meets Girls (1959) (TV Show)
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1959
Drumbeat (1959) (TV Show)
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1959
Spectacular (TV Show)
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1958
Oh Boy! (1958) (TV Show)
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Posted by amy mills
6
yrs ago
i am a big fan of billy furey

Posted by amy rebbeca anne mills
6
yrs ago
hi billy its amy you are my nan graces cousin i love you love amy xxxx


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Ronald Wycherley, better known as Billy Fury (17 April 1940 – 28 January 1983), was an internationally successful English singer from the late 1950s to the mid 1960s, and remained an active songwriter until the 1980s. Rheumatic fever, which he first contracted as a child, damaged his heart and ultimately contributed to his death. An early British rock and roll (and film) star, he equalled the Beatles' record of 24 hits in the 1960s, and spent 332 weeks on the UK chart, without a chart-topping single or album. Allmusic journalist, Bruce Eder, stated, "His mix of rough-hewn good looks and unassuming masculinity, coupled with an underlying vulnerability, all presented with a good voice and some serious musical talent, helped turn Fury into a major rock and roll star in short order". Others have suggested that Fury's rapid rise to prominence was due to his "Elvis Presley-influenced, hip-swivelling, and at times highly suggestive stage act."

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