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Single Releases

The Following is a list of some of the singles released by Nelson Riddle during the years.

  • Martin Kane Theme
  • Make Believe Your In Love With Me
  • Moonglow
  • Drive In
  • You Won’t Forget Me
  • The Deep Blue Sea
  • Brother John
  • Shadow Waltz
  • In The Chapel, In The Moonlight
  • Vilia
  • I Can’t Believe You’re In Love With Me
  • Vera Cruz
  • Never Never Land
  • Pendulum Song
  • Run For Cover
  • Take It Or Leave It (Yvonne De Carlo vocal)
  • Three Little Stars
  • All Or Nothin’
  • Poor Jud Is Daid Lisbon Antigua
  • Robin Hood
  • Port Au Prince
  • Midnight Blues
  • Proud Ones Theme
  • The Love Of Genevieve
  • Farmer’s Tango
  • Could You
  • Accordion Willy
  • Holiday In Naples
  • Matinee
  • New Girl In Town Theme
  • Rue Madeleine
  • Tangi Tahiti
  • In A Small Forgotten Town
  • Blame It On Paree Till There Was You
  • Pal Joey Theme
  • I’m Getting Sentimental Over You
  • The Girl Most Likely
  • St Louis Blues
  • Seventh Voyage Of Sinbad
  • Siesta In Saville
  • Kings Go Forth
  • Volare
  • Walkin’
  • Birds Of Paradise
  • Somethin’ Special
  • Blue Safari
  • De Guello Ting-A-Lay-O
  • Markham Theme
  • Autumn In Rio
  • The Green Leaves Of Summer
  • Little Old New York
  • Come A Wanderin’ With Me
  • Naked City
  • Defenders Stoney Burke Theme
  • Ballad Of Jed Clampett
  • My True Carrie
  • Hello Dolly
  • Fiddler On The Roof
  • Gabrielle
  • John F Kennedy March
  • Big Mr C
  • Melancholie
  • Me And My Shadow
  • Marriage On The Rocks
  • Skyscraper
  • Freddies New Slacks
  • Don’t Drink The Water
  • On A Little Street In Singapore
  • Where Were You When I Needed You
  • Come Blow Your Horn
  • Connies Theme
  • Dance Ballerina Dance
  • Mona Lisa
  • It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
  • My Special Dream
  • Turn The Lights Down Low
  • Come To Me
  • Without Your Love
  • Riddle Song
  • With Open Arms
  • What’ll I Do
  • Thoroughly Modern Millie
  • See The Cheetah
  • March Of The Swiss Children
  • Walking The Dog
  • What A Way To Go
  • Happy Houseboat
  • Nelsons Riddler
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