Single on Sunshine label, double-sided hit with Ooh La La.
Melbourne singer Normie Rowe became Australia's top teen idol of the late 60s and the star of Ivan Dayman's Sunshine label. He had a string of hits in Australia from 1965, recorded four singles in London, toured Britain and America, and even inspired a tribute song, Norman-Normie. After he was conscripted to serve in Vietnam he never regained his earlier 'King of Pop' status, but he re-established himself as a respected performer, especially on stage, starring in such productions as Les Miserables and Annie.
Howard Tate (1939-2011): legendary and influential soul singer, notably produced by Jerry Ragovoy. Active from the early 60s to the mid-70s, he reappeared after years of obscurity to record a new album, Rediscovered, produced by Ragovoy, released in 2003.
Same title but not the same song as "Ain’t Nobody Home" by Normie Rowe.
Single on Mercury label.
Recorded at Abbey Road in 1967, released in 1998 on Cliff Bennett at Abbey Road.
Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers were first formed in 1959, recorded with Joe Meek from 1961, and were signed to Brian Epstein in 1964. Their best known song was a hit version of The Beatles' Got To Get You Into My Life (1966, #6 UK), produced by Paul McCartney.