British-born Brisbane singer who had recorded with The
Fabulous Blue Jays from 1964. See also Velvet Waters,
Just A Little Bit and Dance With A Dolly.
Further reading: 1999 ABC Radio interview of Tony Worsley by David Kilby, transcript at Milesago.
Texas-born singer and label owner (1939-2005) best known for Tell Laura I Love Her (1960, #7 USA) and the Phil Spector-produced Corinna, Corinna (1960, #9 USA).
Single on Ray Peterson's own label, Dunes, formed after the success of Tell Laura I Love Her.
Country singer (1918-1980) from Charleston, West Virginia who revived his career in the mid-60s with a series of trucker songs, notably Giddy-Up-Go, Phantom 309 and Teddy Bear.
Same title but not the same song as “Missing You” by Tony Worsley.
Same title but not the same song as "Missing You" by Tony Worsley.
On 1968 RCA-Victor album A Touch Of Sadness, made up of songs recorded 1957-1961, according to this page at the LP Discography site.
Jim Reeves also released a single of Missing You in 1972, when it appeared on the RCA-Victor album Missing You.