Moonglow M-234 (06/1964)
"Bring Your Love To Me"/"If You're Lying, You'll Be Crying"
As with all major recording artists, the Righteous Brothers back catalog is relatively easy to obtain, even recordings made before they really hit the big time in 1965, are still not that difficult to locate due to their popularity and the vast quantities pressed.
The Moonglow 234 single "Bring Your Love To Me"/"If You're Lying, You'll Be Crying" is however, very hard to come by, the regular issue being harder to locate than the promotional copy - which is usually the case whenever a record has been withdrawn from circulation or the release cancelled.
For whatever reason, the plug was pulled on Moonglow 234 and "This Little Girl Of Mine" on Moonglow 235 was released in August 1964 as the replacement retaining "If You're Lying, You'll Be Crying" as the B side.
"If You're Lying, You'll Be Crying" is not the same track as issued on the Bill Medley solo Moonglow 221 single and on the Moonglow 1003 album "This Is New" by the Righteous Brothers.
It is in fact a version of the song by the Righteous Brothers using the same basic backing track as the Bill Medley solo track but with Barry Rillera featured on guitar and credited on the record label.
"Bring Your Love To Me" was finally fully released 6 months later in December 1964 on Moonglow 238 with "Fannie Mae" as the B side.
"Bring Your Love To Me" had overdubs added for the Moonglow 245 release in June 1966, the original mix can be found on the "Gold" CD compilation and the later overdubbed version, although edited, can be found on the "Anthology 1962-74" and "Moonglow Years" CD compilations.
Listen to "If You'll Lying, You'll Be Crying"