|Studio album by The Simon Sisters|
|The Simon Sisters chronology|
Cuddlebug was The Simon Sisters second album, released in 1964 for Kapp Records. The album was produced by up-and-coming music producer at the time, Jo Siopis. Siopis brought a raw and uncompromising merseybeat rock style to The Simon Sisters record, having been clearly influenced by her earlier work on the Gerry & The Pacemakers album How Do You Like It?.
In 2006, Hip-O-Select re-released the album, along with their debut Meet The Simon Sisters, as one disc "Winkin', Blinkin' and Nod: The Kapp Recordings". The album was an online only release, with only 4,000 copies printed, it is currently out of print.
- "Cuddlebug (The Happiness Blanket)"
- "If You Go Down To The Water"
- "Dinks Blues"
- "Turn, Turn, Turn"
- "Hold Back The Branches"
- "Ecoute Dans La Vent (Blowin' In The Wind)"
- "Motherless Child"
- "No One To Talk My Troubles To"
- "My Fisherman, My Laddie Oh"
- "Feuilles Oh (Leaves)"
- "If I Had a Ribbon Bow"
- "Pale Horse And Rider"