With THE WEBS on HEART Records: 1961 HRC 333 LOST / Blue Skies 1961 HRC 335 DIZZY BOY / Why Must I Be With THE DOTHANS on HEART Records: 1962 HRC 340 BONY MARONIE TWIST / Full House With THE PEEPLE on WORLD ARTISTS Records: 1963 WA 1010 HI YO CAMEL / Kisses Like Roses On LAURIE Records: 4/1962 3130 YOU BETTER GO HOME / Lonely Traveler 11/1962 3148 MOLLY / Honey Baby 3/1963 3159 THE RUNAROUND / The Letter 6/1963 3168 THAT’S WHAT LOVE WILL DO / LIGHT THE CANDLES (THROW THE RICE) On UNITED ARTISTS Records: 3/1967 UA 50138 GOODBYE TO ALL YOU WOMEN 11/1967 UA 50224 JO JO’S PLACE 11/1968 UA 50470 A CHRISTMAS WISH Promotional Single on DISNEYLAND Records: 1974 DL-561 THESE ARE THE BEST TIMES On EPIC Records: 10/1977 8-50480 Too Hot To Handle (B-side of HE’LL HAVE TO GO single) These songs were not on Bobby Goldsboro albums, but some have appeared on compilation LPs and compact disc sets. “Molly” Single (Laurie Records #3148) Top Position:  #17 Easy Listening, #70 Pop Billboard Magazine, November 17, 1962, Page 20 Spotlight Singles of the Week, Special Merit Singles Country-flavored ballad of a love that lives again because the singer has come home, declares it, complete with recitation.  Goldsboro sells the number with sincerity over simple backing of rhythm and guitar, and femme chorus.  Could grab spins. “Light The Candles (Throw the Rice)” Single (Laurie Records #3168) Billboard Magazine, June 8, 1963, Page 20 Spotlight Singles, Spotlight Winners of the Week, Pop Spotlight Bobby Goldsboro comes through with a stirring, emotion-packed reading of a tender ballad about the marriage of his ex-girl and his best friend.  Should warm teen-age hearts.  Flip is “That’s What Love Will Do.” “Goodbye To All You Women” Single (United Artists #50138) Top Position:  #102 Pop Billboard Magazine, March 18, 1967, Page 10 With a slight touch of “Sunshine Superman” sound, Goldsboro can’t miss with this easy-beat rocker.  Strong teen material penned by the singer features catchy dance arrangement.  Flip:  “Love Is” “Jo-Jo’s Place” Single (United Artists #50224) Top Position:  #111 Pop Billboard Magazine, October 28, 1967, Page 10 Spotlight Singles, Pop Spotlights, Top 60 Spotlights-Predicted to reach the top 60 Strong commercial folk-rocker from Goldsboro with all the ingredients for a top chart contender.  Good rhythm material well performed.  Flip:  “Pledge of Love”