Paper Lace:  Singles & Known Worldwide Chart Positions

 

 1971: You Can't Touch Me / I've Got You, That's Enough For Me                     CONCORD CON 020

  Jan 1972: In The Morning (Morning Of My Life) / Elsie                                     CONCORD CON 021

 May 1973: Ragamuffin Man / Martha (Whatever Happened)                            CONCORD CON 027

 Feb. 1974: Billy - Don't Be A Hero / Celia                                                           BUS STOP BUS 1014

 UK # 1, Ireland # 1, Australia # 1, Germany # 42, USA # 96, Holland ‘Tips’)

 Apr. 1974: The Night Chicago Died / Can You Get It When You Want It          BUS STOP BUS 1016

 (  UK # 3, USA # 1, Ireland # 5 , Australia # 1, New Zealand # 1, Germany # 3, Holland # 2, Austria # 4, S. Africa # 3, France # 3   5)

 Aug. 1974: The Black Eyed Boys / Jean                                                             BUS STOP BUS 1019

 (UK # 11, Ireland # 7, Australia # 36, Germany # 28, Holland # 24)

 Jan. 1975: Hitchin' A Ride '75 / Love You’re A Long Time Coming                 BUS STOP BUS 1024

 (New Zealand # 16)

 June 1975: So What If I Am / Himalayan Lullaby                                                 BUS STOP BUS 1026

 July 1976: I Think I'm Gonna Like It / Lost Love                                                   EMI EMI 2486

 Feb. 1978: We've Got The Whole World In Our Hands /Nottingham Forest March Warner Bros K 17110

 (UK # 24)

 Oct. 1979: We've Got The Whole World In Our Hands / Nottingham Forest March Warner Bros K 17110

 (Holland # 3)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Paper Lace - Original UK Albums:

  Mar. 1972: “FIRST EDITION”                                                                                PHILIPS 6382 101

 Phil Wright (Drums, Lead Vocals); Cliff Fish (Bass, Vocals); Roy White (Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals); Dave Manders (Guitar, Lead Vocals)

  In The Morning; Stoney End; Lady; I’ve Got You That’s Enough For Me; Threw My Love Away; Martha (Whatever Happened); Games People Play;

   Please Be My Friend, You Can’t Touch Me; Elsie; Like A Rolling Stone; Early One Morning

  Jun. 1974: “PAPER LACE...AND OTHER BITS OF MATERIAL”                   BUS STOP BUSLP 8001

 Phil Wright (Drums, Lead Vocals); Cliff Fish (Bass, Vocals); Michael Vaughan (Lead Guitar, Vocals); Chris Morris (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals)

  Billy, Don’t Be A Hero; Hitchin’ A Ride ’74; I Did What I Did For Maria; Mary In The Morning; Sealed With A Kiss; Bye Bye Blues;

  Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen; The Night Chicago Died; Love Song; Dreams Are Ten A Penny; Love You’re A Long Time Coming; Cheek To Cheek

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 U.S. Singles:

 1972: In The Morning (Morning Of My Life) /                                                      BANG B 591

 1972: Martha (Whatever Happened) /You Can't Touch Me                              BANG B 700

 May 1974: Billy - Don't Be A Hero / Celia                                                           MERCURY 73479

 (USA # 96)

 June 1974: The Night Chicago Died / Can You Get It When You Want It        MERCURY 73492

 (USA # 1)

 1974: The Black Eyed Boys / Jean                                                                     MERCURY 73620

 1975: So What If I Am / Himalayan Lullaby                                                         MERCURY 73697

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 U.S. Album:

 1975: PAPER LACE                                                                                             MERCURY SRM-1-1008

  Phil Wright (Drums, Lead Vocals); Cliff Fish (Bass, Vocals); Michael Vaughan (Lead Guitar, Vocals); Chris Morris (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals)

  This was essentially the “…And Other Bits Of Material” album, re-packaged for the American market with completely different artwork and replacing

    “Bye Bye Blues” with “The Black-Eyed Boys”.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Paper Lace Awards:

 

  “Paper Lace and other Bits of Material” (Album)

 Australian Gold Disc for sales of 500,000

  “Billy – Don’t Be A Hero” (Single)

‘  Disc’ Magazine UK Silver Disc commemorating sales of 250,000

 UK Silver Disc for 250,000 sales and UK Gold Disc for 500,000 sales.

  “The Night Chicago Died” (Single)

 US Gold Disc for 1,000,000 sales and US Platinum Disc for 2,000,000 sales.

 Canadian Gold Disc for 200,000 sales.

 The largest selling single in the history of Polydor Canada (as of October 1974).

  PAPER LACE DISCOGRAPHY

   P
      A
     P
    E
    R

       L 
     A
  C
     E