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  1. Gilbert's first single release was "Disappear" with "You" as the b-side in November 1967

  2. "It's About Time" is a previously unreleased song from 1967 which appeared on "Caricature - The Box Set" in 2004

  3. "My Front Door" is the early demo of the song that later appeared on the "Little Album" released in Japan in 1992 and more recently on the "By Larry"  album released in the UK in 1994

  4. "Better Than Valentino" is an unreleased song from 1968. This recording is from John Peel's BBC Radio programme "Top Gear" from June 1968

  5. "I Didn't Know What To Do" is another track from the "Top Gear" radio broadcast of June 1968

  6. "What Can I Do" was Gilbert's second single release in April 1968

  7. "Mr Moody's Garden" with "I Wish I Could Cry" as the b-side was released in May 1969 on the Major Minor label

  8. "B Side Intro" was a surprise intro to "If I Don't Get You (Back Again)" which was the b-side to "No Matter How I Try" in 1971

  9. "Never Talk To People" is an unreleased song that was performed in the BBC Television programme "In Concert" broadcast in December 1971

  10. "Came To See Me Yesterday" and "Get Out Of My life" are tracks from the album "Humble Beginning of England's Gilbert O'Sullivan and Gerry Dorsey" released in the USA in 1972. Both Gilbert and Gerry Dorsey, who later changed his name to Engelbert Humperdinck, had one side each of the album

  11. "Mr & Mrs Regards" is another track from the album "Humble Beginning of England's Gilbert O'Sullivan and Gerry Dorsey". This is an early version of the song that later appeared on the "Little Album" released in Japan in 1992 and more recently on the "By Larry"  album released in the UK in 1994

  12. A rare live performance of "January Git" from 1973

  13. A rare live performance of "Can I Go With You" from 1973

  14. A rare live performance of "In My Hole" from 1973

  15. "Going Home" and "Don't Ever Change Your Mind" are tracks from the Italian released album "E Le Sue Canzoni" from December 1974

  16. Gilbert introduces his then latest album "A Stranger In My Own Back Yard"

  17. This is the lesser known piano version of "What's In A Kiss" from 1980

  18. "So What (Extended Mix)" is from the 12" vinyl single released in 1987

  19. "We Will" (1987 Version) was a track on the "So What (Extended Mix)" 12" vinyl single released in 1987

  20. "Get Down '90" was a single released to promote the album "His 20 Most Beautiful Songs" in 1989

  21. "Alone Again (Naturally) (Present Version)" was a track on a Japanese released CD called "Thankfulness" in 1993

  22. "Nothing Rhymed" is a duet with Glenn Tilbrook of the UK group Squeeze recorded at Glastonbury in 1995

  23. "What Could Be Nicer (Mum The Kettle's Boiling)" This is a live reggae version recorded at Glastonbury in 1995

  24. A rare live performance of "Dishonourable Profession" recorded at Glastonbury in 1995

  25. "Dear Dream (Dance Remix)" is a track from the "Dear Dream" CD single released in November 1995

  26. A rare live performance of "A Woman's Place" from the album "The Best of Gilbert O'Sullivan Live In Japan"

  27. "Ain't No Telling (What Tomorrow Will Bring) (Instrumental)" is a track from CD single "Ain't No Telling (What Tomorrow Will Bring)". This song was written for the Ski Jumping World Cup of 1995/96 in Austria

  28. "Sex Appeal (Dance Mix)" is 1999 remix of the original album track from "Singer Sowing Machine" (which was released in 1997)

  29. "Couldn't Get Arrested" was a track on the "Have It" CD single of 2001"There Are Others" is a track from the "Two's Company (Three Is Allowed)" CD single of 2002

  30. "Middle Aged Dread" is a previously unreleased song which appeared on "Caricature - The Box Set" in 2004

  31. "New Song" is a previously unreleased song which appeared on "Caricature - The Box Set" in 2004

  32. "Go Forth And Multiply" is an unrecorded song sometimes played in concert. This performance is from 2004

  33. "Ready Miss Steady" is one of the first songs that Gilbert wrote and has never been recorded and is sometimes played in concert. This performance is from 2004

  34. "Something I Believe" is a song from the early 70s which has never been recorded.  When I asked Gilbert about this song he kindly recorded this version in 2007 and allowed me to share it with his fans

  35. "Come On Home" is a song written by Gilbert and recorded and released by The Tremeloes in 1967.  Gilbert has never recorded it but sometimes plays it in concert. This performance is from 2008

  36. "Get Down Again" is a remix from 2008

  37. "Never Say Di" was a single released in 2008

  38. A live Ska version of "Came To See Me Yesterday" from 2008

  39. "Talking of Murder (Mix 4)" is a remix of the track from the "Gilbertville" album of 2011

  40. A live swing version of "You Are You" from 2013

  41. A piano version of "I'm Not Getting Any Younger" from the "Love Songs" album of 2013

  42. "Bring It On Home" is the rare occasion in which Gilbert has sung a song which he hasn't written himself.  It's a song written by Sam Cooke and this live performance is from the Jool's Holland BBC Radio programme in September 2015

  43. "We Will" is a duet with Irish singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy at the Mermaid Theatre in 2016

  44. "Showbiz" is a duet with English standup comedian Bobby Davro at the Mermaid Theatre in 2016

  45. A rare live performance of "Young At Heart" at the Mermaid Theatre in 2016