One hit amongst a stack of musical failure,
This review is from: Sugar Doll (Audio CD)With Linda Scott's I'VE TOLD EVERY LITTLE STAR the booklet drops a right clanger by showing her with a guy named as her brother.Only its not the same one.
True country singer Jack Scott had a sister called Linda but neither of them used their real names anyway.He was Jack Scarafone she was Linda Sampson the name she used to make her first single.Coincidentally Linda Scott recorded for a label called Canadian American but she was from New York
Also seems rather pointless to include an acetate named as UNKNOWN-I usually avoid anything claiming Unknown even downloading mp3s
Song No 8 is Boy Watcher by one Pat Parker.This became the model for a 60s soul record by the OKaysions called Girl Watcher and I'm sure it ended up in litigation.
Great title here-Do De Oodle Dee Do I'm in love -which is by a duo called Norma and Linda and cut for Fabor Robinson's Radio label
When Sally Starr (apart from Linda Scott) is the most famous name here you know how obscure it gets