Billy Myles

Real Name:
William Myles Nobles
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Billy Myles, an alias of William Myles Nobles (August 29, 1924 – October 9, 2005), was an American R&B songwriter and singer active in the 1950s and 1960s. He is best known for writing "Tonight, Tonight" recorded by The Mello-Kings, "(You Were Made for) All My Love" recorded by Jackie Wilson (1960), and "Have You Ever Loved A Woman" recorded by Freddie King (1960), then Eric Clapton (1970).

Billy Myles specialised in love ballads (sometimes in the doo-wop style) and 'Uptown Blues' songs, occasionally co-writing with vocalists such as Jackie Wilson and Brook Benton.
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Billy Myles - The Joker (That's What They Call Me) / Honey Bee album art Billy Myles The Joker (That's What They Call Me) / Honey Bee (Single) Ember Records (3) Canada 1957 Sell This Version
Billy Myles - I'm Gonna Walk / The Price Of Your Love album art Billy Myles I'm Gonna Walk / The Price Of Your Love (Single) Ember Records (3) US 1958 Sell This Version
45-15809 Billy Myles - King Of Clowns / So In Need Of You album art Billy Myles King Of Clowns / So In Need Of You(7", Single) Dot Records 45-15809 US 1958 Sell This Version
JG-730 Billy Myles - Stay / The Joker album art Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs / Billy Myles Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs / Billy Myles - Stay / The Joker(7", RE) Janus Records JG-730 US Unknown Sell This Version

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