|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|5||Telephone Man||2||Audio||1977||Janus Records|
|9||Telephone Man||2||Audio||1977||Pye International|
|10||Peter The Meter Reader||2||Audio||BNA Records Label|
|11||Telephone Man||2||Audio||1977||Pye International|
|12||Peter The Meter Reader||2||Audio||1981||Disc' AZ International|
|13||Peter The Meter Reader||2||Audio||1981||WMOT Records|
|14||Peter The Meter Reader||2||Audio||1981||WMOT Records|
|15||Telephone Man||2||Audio||1977||Pye International|
|16||Itinerary / Telephone Man||4||Audio||1977||GRT|
|18||First Take||10||Audio||1977||Pye International|
Meri Wilson (born June 15, 1949 – died December 28, 2002) was a model, songwriter, and an American popular music singer, best known for singing double entendre novelty songs. She was perhaps best known for the song "Telephone Man", the story of a woman and her amorous adventures with her telephone technician, filled with suggestive lyrics and her breathy squealing voice.
She died in 2002 after she lost control of her car in Americus, Georgia, during an ice storm.