This page is just here for those who want to have a convenient place to smash and grab everything in a hurry.
The MP3s can also be downloaded from the pages in the Versions section, where you can also hear them in streaming audio and find all the lyrics with a wealth of analysis and explanations from Tom.
All MP3s are encoded at 160kbps
Good To Be Gay
Precursor song, recorded for Campaign for Homosexual Equality, 1975
Unreleased demo recorded with Tom’s acoustic trio Cafe Society, 1976
Unreleased demo recorded with the unsigned Tom Robinson Band, mid 1977
Recorded late 1977, released on the Rising Free EP.
Unreleased live concert on San Francisco radio station KSAN, June 1978
Unreleased live recording with the TRB Two line-up on their final tour, June 1979
Recorded during a week of Gay Pride concerts ten years after Stonewall
Secret Policeman’s Ball
Solo acoustic version at benefit concert for Amnesty International, June 1979
Coming Out, Ready Or Not
Piano led version with raucous backing chorus, December 1982
Glad To Be Gay 87
Entirely new lyric, recorded live for inclusion on a 1987 greatest hits album
Winter of 89
Recorded live during the Tom Robinson Band reunion, 1990
Live at Eton morning assembly, 3 March 1994. Really.
The Last Word
One verse a capella, hidden track on the Having It Both Ways album, 1996.
Holidays In The Sun
Live in Japan with full band, 1996
Home From Home, Europe
Pared down acoustic based version, live in Belgium 1998
Sprightly acoustic version, 1998
Glad To Be Gay 2004
Unreleased acoustic version recorded for Queer Music Heritage, 11 June 2004
Queercore recasting – and indeed retitling as ‘100 x No’ – from 1993
Feisty folky Finnish language version, 2008
Eerie electronic pop version, 2010
Seething downtempo hiphop version, retitled as Must Be The Truth (Sing If You’re Proud), 2011