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5.0 out of 5 stars A Clear Track Ding Dong Carolina?, 7 Aug 2013
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Glenn Cook (South Cave, near Hull UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Music For The Millions: Gems From Bell Records USA - 1956-1960 (Audio CD)
MUSIC FOR THE MILLIONS
GEMS FROM BELL RECORDS USA
1956 - 1960 is a strange one in the series because it oes not have the original artists on but is

`60HIT INTERPRETATIONS' It is on 3 CDS BUT Amazon have `scrunched' all the tracks and artists together which makes it hard to see which artist is by which track and vice versa.
So I've cleaned it up and spaced it out for you.
Grab these discs while you can because next year the laws on copy write will tighten up and fall in line with the Americans (God Bless `em).
(Now all we need to do is for them to stop putting region 2 on UK DVD releases to compensate?)

If you are cutting and pasting ignore the last track on CD3

CD1

1. Baby Talk - Tom & Jerry
2. Lotta Lovin - Artie Malvin
3. Rock-A-Billy - Ray Buckingham
4. Diana - Barry Frank
5. Lucky Lips - Dottie Evans
6. Short Shorts - Bill & Ronnie
7. Whispering Bells - The Checker Coat Boys
8. Knee Deep In The Blues - Bruce Adams
9. Start Movin' - Edna McGriff
10. Running Bear - Mark Devon
11. Don't Be Cruel - Buddy Lucas
12. Say Man - Don Stacey
13. Ninety-Nine Ways - Barry Frank
14. Fabulous - Artie Malvin
15. Great Balls Of Fire - Bob Miller
16. Tallahassie Lassie - Herb Gale
17. At The Hop - Barry Frank
18. Confidential - Buddy Lucas
19. Mr. Lee - Edna McGriff
20. Stranded In The Jungle - Jimmy Leyden

CD2

1. My Prayer - Dottie Evans
2. Love Is Strange - Anne Lloyd & Bob Miller
3. Love Me - Barry Frank
4. Witch Doctor - Jerry Ash
5. Sleepwalk - The Codas
6. Cindy, Oh Cindy - Artie Malvin
7. Don't You Just know It - Edna McGriff
8. Searchin' - Buddy Lucas
9. All shook Up - Eddie Mercer & Jimmy Carroll Orchestra
10. A Summer Place - Hal Stevens & Orchestra
11. Banana Boat Song - Barry Frank
12. A teenager In Love - Johnny Newton & The Tags
13. Love Letters In The sand - Artie Malvin
14. Let It Be Me - The Johns
15. Born To Be With You - Edna McGriff
16. Never Be Anyone Else But You - Tommy Lynch
17. You'll Never Never Know How I Care - Bob Miller
18. Johnny B. Goode - Sam Cee
19. Twilight Time - Barry Frank
20. Honky Tonk - Studio "B" Seven

CD3

1. Singing The Blues - Bruce Adams
2. The Fool - Edna McGriff
3. My Special Angel - Barry Frank
4. Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) - Johnny Newton & The Tags
5. A Worried Man - The Lyrics
6. I'm Stickin' With You - Bob Miller
7. HandyMan - Scott Howard
8. Susie Darlin' - Bobby Rett
9. Teen Beat - The Hickories
10. Tennessee Waltz - The Cubs
11. Hound Dog - Buddy Lucas
12. The Three Bells - The Dawns
13. Just Walking In The Rain - Edna McGriff
14. Party Doll - Barry Frank
15. In The Middle Of An Island - Artie Malvin
16. Tears On My Pillow - Julie Town
17. Stuck On You - Jerry Pearl
18. Whatever Will Be, Will Be - Elise Rhodes And Jimmy Carroll Orchestra
19. When My Dreamboat Comes Home - Buddy Lucas
20. Deck Of Cards - Harvey Leeds
21. Copy Cats Stevie D'Or and the Dockers.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great stuff, 7 Aug 2013
This review is from: Music For The Millions: Gems From Bell Records USA - 1956-1960 (Audio CD)
A 3CD set of 60 songs as against 26 on the Ace comp Rock'n'Roll Bellringers so really you need both if you're into Soundalikes-Bell were about the first label to do this sort of thing
Bell had the rights to the name Tom Jerry and this is NOT as many think Simon Garfunkel who had used this name on the BIG label before abandoning it.This info is on the Yahoo group for Phil Spector and sometimes comment on the HIT Group also on Yahoo.This latter group discusses Soundalikes and the Bullet/Hit conglomerate of labels is available on Cherry Red.
Anyone who likes covers should investigate
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great, 27 Dec 2013
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This review is from: Music For The Millions: Gems From Bell Records USA - 1956-1960 (Audio CD)
great.bit of oldies music, Love this old stuff this sort of sound will always be around. it is always nice to here
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value., 17 July 2014
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This review is from: Music For The Millions: Gems From Bell Records USA - 1956-1960 (Audio CD)
A very good collection of oldies, which is good to reminisce with. Good value for money.
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