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  • Nov 03,  · "Whatcha Gonna Do" is a superb CD of Billie Davis' recordings from including three songs from a live performance. This album is a perfect companion to "Tell Him: The Decca Years" which includes almost all of Miss Davis'recordings on Decca/5(15).
  • Billie Davis () I Want You to Be My Baby Me About You Until It's Time for You to Go Love to Love Without Him Nights in White Satin Billy Sunshine Living in the Past Angel of the Morning Make the Feeling Go Away It's Over I'm in Love With You Tell Him - The Decca Years () I Want You to Be.
  • Singles, Rarities And Unreleased on Discogs. Label: RPM Records (2) - RPM • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Pop Rock, Beat Billie Davis - Whatcha Gonna Do?4/5(4).
  • ^ Kieron Taylor, diskoteksteto, Whatcha Gonna Do?: Unuopaĵoj, Rarities and Unreleased , Rpm Records , (notes dated February ) ^ Simon Goddard, Januaro de (notes for The Decca Years, ) ^ Billie Davis, quoted in notes for .
  • ^ Kieron Taylor, liner notes, Whatcha Gonna Do?: Singles, Rarities and Unreleased –, RPM Records , (notes dated February ) ^ Simon Goddard, January (notes for The Decca Years, ) ^ Billie Davis, quoted in notes for The Decca Years () ^ Tobler, John (). NME Rock 'N' Roll Years (1st ed.). London: Reed.
  • This track CD of rather mysterious origin is the most comprehensive Billie Davis anthology, but not without its imperfections. In its favor, it does include nine tracks from her girl group-influenced singles, whereas the most commonly available Davis anthology (Tell Him: The Decca Years has just four of those. In all, it has ten songs not on Tell Him: The Decca Years, but is also.