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Will You Love Me Tomorrow

The Shirelles Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (26 Feb 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B000038I5N
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,644 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
2. Dedicated To The One I Love
3. Mama Said
4. Baby Its You
5. Tonight's The Night
6. Soldier Boy
7. I Met Him On A Sunday
8. The Things I Want To Hear
9. Boys
10. Putty In Your Hands
11. Same Old Story
12. Twisting USA
13. Voice Of Experience
14. Twenty One
15. Oh No Not My Baby
16. Make The Night A Little Longer
17. Look A Here Baby
18. What Does A Girl Do?

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5.0 out of 5 stars Old Times 16 Nov 2011
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This CD of the Shirelles & times gone by in the 1960's helps to reduce/replace my vinyls which take up room. Most people enjoy a touch of nostagia now and then and this fits the bill, the choice of tracks shows their versatility very well including of course 'Will you still love me tomorrow' (a reason for choosing this particular one). The reason I buy some CD's second hand is that I suspect they are generally only played once or twice & are of course cheaper than brand new. Amazon generally has contacts with suppliers to supply needs such as mine, and due to modern trends 'older' groups are forgotten although many are copied.
Hope this helps your thinking process when buying CD's particularly older maybe rarer ones!
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4.0 out of 5 stars what a bargain!!! 14 Jun 2013
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I paid a PENNY for this! Yes, a PENNY!! (Well, it came to 1.67 or something with the postage, but still ...)
It's basically most of the 'Baby It's You' 1962 LP with a few other tracks. I bought it because it's got 'Putty' on it, which is one of the greatest R&B songs ever written. The Yardbirds did a wonderful cover of it but the Shirelles original is the Daddy. My other particular favourite is 'Boys' - just listen to King Curtis' sax. I don't know who the drummer was either but you can see that Keith Moon was influenced by him. Hal Blaine perhaps?
There's not a bad track on this CD but I think anyone who doesn't like the Shirelles is mad - pure pop/R&B harmony oozing with hormones.
Collect the original vinyl and treasure it but play this CD to death because it only cost a PENNY!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Some Bona-Fide Originals Are Found Here 6 Sep 2007
By AvidOldiesCollector - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
As with some Bill Haley and Little Richard CDs, you have to be very careful when selecting a Shirelle's volume since there are a great many "re-makes" flooding the market. This isn't one of them. It has all original renditions as evidenced by the brief one-page liner notes which say "This compilation combines the majority of tracks on The Shirelles' only hit album, Baby It's You, with several bonus tracks previously unavailable on CD ..."

From Passaic, New Jersey, the foursome [Shirley Owens Alston, Beverly Lee, Doris Kenner, and Addie "Micki" Harris] put 26 songs into the Billboard Pop Top/Hot 100 between 1958 and 1967, twenty of which also made the R&B charts. And in this neat little package you get eight of them plus five of their B-sides, beginning with their first, I Met Him On A Sunday (Ronde-Ronde) which peaked at # 49 Pop Top 100 for the Decca label in the spring of 1958 b/w I Want You To Be My Boyfriend. Why it was shut out on the R&B charts remains a mystery,

The following year their releases were taken over by Scepter, and although Dedicated To The One I Love only reached # 89 Billboard Pop Hot 100, b/w Look A Here Baby in July 1959, it would chart much higher on its re-release in 1961 when it made # 2 R&B and # 3 pop Hot 100. That was, of course, largely due to the success of their first two Scepter hits in 1960, Tonight's The Night [# 14 R&B/# 39 Hot 100 b/w The Dance Is Over, and the smash Will You Love Me Tomorrow? [# 1 Hot 100/# 2 R&B b/w Boys]. The flipside, also here, was covered a bit later by the fledgling Beatles in the U.K.

Also here are Mama Said [# 2 R&B/4 Hot 100 in 1961 b/w Blue Holiday], Baby It's You [# 3 R&B/# 8 Hot 100 in 1962 b/w The Things I Want To Hear (Pretty Words), Soldier Boy [# 1 Hot 100/# 3 R&B in 1962 b/w Love Is A Swingin' Thing - which made the Hot 100 "bubble under" at # 109], and What Does A Girl Do? [# 53 Hot 100 in lte 1963]. Note that, from late in 1963 and all of 1964 Billboard had suspended the R&B charts, and only later did they arbitrarily assign the same position as the Pop rsults to the R&B charts for "historical" purposes. Also included here is Twenty-One, which was the B-side to the single Big John in 1961.

Although Addie did not live to see the group inducted into the R&R Hall Of Fame in 1996 [she passed away on June 10, 1982], Doris did have that pleasure before she too was taken from us on February 4, 2000.

As I say, you have to be very wary of many of their compilations, but in this instance you can rest assured that here are 18 original selections by one of the most important and influential girl groups of the early days of R&R. Recommended.
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