Top Tom Jones Albums
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Long Lost Suitcase
Long Lost Suitcase
[2015]
Tom Jones - The Best
Tom Jones - The Best
[2014]
Unchained Melody
Unchained Melody
[2013]
Spirit In the Room
Spirit In the Room
[2012]
Chronicles
Chronicles
[2011]
Praise & Blame
Praise & Blame
[2010]
24 Hours (Bonus Track Version)
24 Hours (Bonus Track Version)
[2008]
24 Hours
24 Hours
[2008]
This Is Tom Jones
This Is Tom Jones
[2007]
When I Fall In Love
When I Fall In Love
[2005]
Tom Jones: Gold (1965-1975)
Tom Jones: Gold (1965-1975)
[2005]
What's New Pussycat
What's New Pussycat
[2003]
Greatest Love Songs
Greatest Love Songs
[2002]
Mr. Jones
Mr. Jones
[2002]
Green, Green Grass of Home
Green, Green Grass of Home
[2001]
Reload
Reload
[1999]
From the Vaults
From the Vaults
[1998]
The Lead And How To Swing It
The Lead And How To Swing It
[1994]
Velvet + Steel = Gold - Tom Jones 1964-1969
Velvet + Steel = Gold - Tom Jones 1964-1969
[1993]
Carrying a Torch
Carrying a Torch
[1991]
Things That Matter Most to Me
Things That Matter Most to Me
[1987]
Tender Loving Care
Tender Loving Care
[1985]
Love Is On the Radio
Love Is On the Radio
[1984]
Don't Let Our Dreams Die Young
Don't Let Our Dreams Die Young
[1983]
Country
Country
[1982]
Darlin'
Darlin'
[1981]
Memories Don't Leave Like People Do
Memories Don't Leave Like People Do
[1975]
Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like
Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like
[1974]
The Body and Soul of Tom Jones
The Body and Soul of Tom Jones
[1973]
Tom Jones Close Up
Tom Jones Close Up
[1972]
Close Up
Close Up
[1972]
Tom Jones Sings She's a Lady
Tom Jones Sings She's a Lady
[1971]
Tom
Tom
[1970]
Live In Las Vegas
Live In Las Vegas
[1969]
Help Yourself
Help Yourself
[1968]
Delilah
Delilah
[1968]
Live! At the Talk of the Town
Live! At the Talk of the Town
[1967]
13 Smash Hits
13 Smash Hits
[1967]
From the Heart
From the Heart
[1966]
Along Came Jones
Along Came Jones
[1965]
Along Came Tom Jones
Along Came Tom Jones
[1965]
order by popularity | order by alphabet
Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings Land Of 1000 Dances Too Much Too Little Too Late Just Dropped In Again The Long And Winding Road Ballad Of Tom Jones Can't Stop Loving You Daughter Of Darkness Delilah Funny How Times Slips Away Ghosts Riders In The Sky Green Green Grass Of Home Help Yourself I (Who Have Nothing) I Believe Mohair Sam I Wake Up Crying I Wanna Get Back With You I'll Never Fall In Love Again I'm Coming Home If I Only Knew It's Not Unusual Kiss Love Me Tonight Move Closer My Elusive Dreams Once Upon A Time Puppet Man Satisfaction Sexbomb She's A Lady The Rose Thunderball Try To Remember Two Brothers What You Been Missing What's New Pussycat You Can Leave Your Hat On Endlessly 24 Hours If He Should Ever Leave You Burning Hell Did Trouble Me What Good Am I Only Once Tower Of Song A Woman's Touch Behind Closed Doors Seasons Younger Days This And That Sunny Afternoon Till Ebb Tide Strange Boat Seen That Face Ring Of Fire Chills & Fever Spanish Harlem Some Peace Of Mind Running Bear Listen To The Music Perfect World (reprise) Sugar Daddy Situation Letter To Lucille The Road The Nearness Of You Untrue A Little You More Than Memories If You Need Me I'm Alive You Came A Long Way From St. Louis Dr. Love It's Just A Matter Of Time Promise Her Anything It's Magic Unchained Melody Romance Of Love Memphis Watcha' Gonna Do Lord Help All Blues Hail Mary Wichita Lineman Run On Oh Pretty Woman I'm Counting On You (sitting On) The Dock Of The Bay To Love Somebody Endless Love Got To Get You Into My Life Nothing Rhymed If I Sing You A Love Song Do Ya Think I'm Sexy Proud Mary I've Got To Use My Imagination Hard To Handle Can't Buy Me Love
Related Information for Tom Jones
Sir Thomas Jones Woodward, KBE (born 7 June 1940), best known by his stage name, Tom Jones, is a Welsh pop singer particularly noted for his powerful voice. He was born in Treforest, near Pontypridd in South Wales.He rose to fame in the mid-1960s, with an exuberant live act which included wearing tight breeches and billowing shirts, in an Edwardian style popular amongst his peers at the time. He was known for his overt sexuality, before this was as common as it became in subsequent years.In 1963 he became the frontman for Tommy Scott and the Senators, a local beat group. Clad all in black leather, Tom soon gained a reputation in the South Wales area. The Senators were still all unheard of in London.In 1964 they laid down a few tracks.. read more