Discography

VERNON: Stardust (2013)
Sound Music International (SMI)
CARUSO
COME WHAT MAY
CUANDO VUELVA
GRANDE GRANDE GRANDE (English)
GRANDE GRANDE GRANDE (Italian)
HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT
L’APPUNTAMENTO
STARDUST
NO, JE NE REGRETTE RIEN (French)
NO, JE NE REGRETTE RIEN (English)
SOME ENCHANTED EVENING
IT’S IMPOSSIBLE (English)
IT’S IMPOSSIBLE (Spanish)
THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
TILL
WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES
WHAT I DID FOR LOVE
VERNON: Evergreens (2010)
MODA MUSIC GROUP
The collection of Vernon’s hits, digitally remastered.
AMERICAN WOMAN
BE MINE TONIGHT
BONNY BONNY
GUAVA JELLY
I CAN’T BREAK AWAY
LAST REFRAIN
NATALI
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHY (WHO IS THE GUY…)
PRETTY GIRL
YOU FOREVER (COME PRIMA)
MAMMA
SOLEADO (WHEN A CHILD IS BORN)
YOU TAKE MY HEART AWAY
VERNON: The Eyes of Love (2007)
NUMBER ONE, ITALY
After some years of silence Vernon is back as a great and sensual interpreter of this album of evergreen songs.
THE CLOSEST THING TO CRAZY
SIN TI (WITHOUT YOU)
MAMBO Reggaeton
VERNON: Mambo (2007) (Rognoni, Bosso, Parisini)
WARNER CHAPPELL MUSIC ITALIANA 

A shining Mambo, meeting between the scent of Virgin Islands and the Anglo-latin modern rythm, by Vernon, prince of Tortola and great Caribbean performer.
MAMBO Reggaeton
MAMBO Salsa Latina
MAMBO Original
VERNON: The Eyes of Love (2007)
NUMBER ONE, ITALY

After some years of silence Vernon is back as a great and sensual interpreter of this album of evergreen songs.
J’ATTENDRAI
YOURS IS MY HEART ALONE
PEACE IN THE WORLD
HURT (A CHI)
SI VUELVES TU (IT’S TOO LATE)
THE CLOSEST THING TO CRAZY
MAMBO
ERES TU
AMOR MIO (GOODBYE)
ANCORA ANCORA (LET ME LIGHT YOUR FIRE)
MY HEART BELONGS TO ME
IL MIO MONDO (YOU ARE MY WORLD)
SIN TI (WITHOUT YOU)
GLI OCCHI DELL’AMORE
VERNON: Bonny Bonny (1981-1982)
POLYDOR-PHONOGRAM
By popular demand the Philips-owned recording company decided to publish “Bonny Bonny” as a single in view of its popularity. This number is definitely a first class example of disco music at its best.
VERNON: American Woman (1979-1980)
POLYDOR-PHONOGRAM
During the early months of its appearance on the record market this LP quickly became one of the best selling albums. In fact it includes many captivating numbers such as “Bonny Bonny”, “When a child is born” (Soleado), and the signature song, “American Woman”. As the lead number “American Woman” earned Vernon many television appearances, most notably the live telecast to most of Europe of the FestivalBar grand finale at the historic Arena of Verona with over 200 million television viewers. Vernon was also a guest at the New Year’s Special from Asiago which was also televised throughout Europe. Polydor was very pleased with this LP and its success was much greater than expected as many numbers became standard repertory for radio and discotheque disc jockeys. After many years, Vernon’s evergreen interpretation of Bob Marley’s “Guava Jelly” is still played by DJs of radio stations in Europe and the Caribbean. Among the many noted musicians that worked for this LP, mention must be made of the famous percussionist Tullio De Piscopo.
AMERICAN WOMAN
WHEN A CHILD IS BORN (SOLEADO)
YOU TAKE MY HEART AWAY
WHO WHAT WHEN WHERE
VERNON: American Woman
FALCON RECORDS

INTERNATIONAL
Londra, New York 
This 45 rpm was distributed worldwide and was well received, it also was very successful in Europe. Some highly skilled musicians worked on this recording, including the renowned percussionist Tullio De Piscopo.
VERNON: Natalì (1978)
FONIT CETRA INTERNATIONAL

This is the disco version of Umberto Balsamo’s most famous song. Vernon’s single became popular with radios and discotheques in Italy and France. It was also noticed in Great Britain, while in Italy it was regularly aired by cable radio “Filodiffusione” for over ten years, well into the late 1980s. Among the many impressive musicians working on this recording, mention must be made of percussionist Gil Cuppini.SIDE B: “In the sunshine” (Ron Hanson and Beryno) – a summer favourite that was aired quite often by the Italian radio RAI and many other stations, including Radio Montecarlo.
NATALI’
VERNON: You Forever (1976-77)
(Arranger: Sergio Parisini)
FONIT CETRA INTERNATIONAL

This was undoubtedly the most commercially successful record Vernon did in Europe. It is the disco version of Tony Dallara’s exceedingly popular “Come prima”. It received tremendous exposure on radio, and RAI invited Vernon to sing his top ten hit on prime time shows such as “Teen” and “Piccolo Slam”. To this day, this song is still aired by Italian cable radio “Filodiffusione” on a daily basis. Vernon’s popularity earned him appearances on Tele Montecarlo, on the Italian-Swiss radio and television, and other prominent networks. Among the many impressive musicians working on this recording, mention must be made of percussionist Tullio De Piscopo.SIDE B: “Last Refrain” (Beryno, Specchia, Raggi). This is a romantic ballad that shows Vernon at his best as a great vocalist.
YOU FOREVER (COME PRIMA)
VERNON: We Will Find A Way (1974-1975)
(Capogh, Mammoliti, Palumbo)
(Arranger: Sante Palumbo)
CPT, MILAN

This captivating ballad was particularly successful with privately owned radio which at the time were making their debut in Italy. SIDE B: “Pretty Girl” (Celli, Ceppani, Palumbo).
VERNON: Bonny Bonny
FALCON RECORDS INTERNATIONAL, Londra, New York

This 45 rpm was distributed worldwide and was well received, it also was very successful in Europe. Some highly skilled musicians worked on this recording, including the renowned percussionist Tullio De Piscopo.
BONNY BONNY
VERNON: You Forever
FALCON RECORDS INTERNATIONAL, Londra, New York

As a result of its great success in Europe, this single was produced to satisfy the demand in other markets worldwide. It did remarkably well for several months and carried Vernon’s name into the early 1980s.

CHAPPELL: Successi (seconda raccolta)
EDIZIONI CHAPPELL S.r.l. Milan
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This is a collection of musical scores of the greatest hits published by Chappell Music and includes Vernon’s disco hit “Bonny Bonny”.