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A Clear Track Listing Don't Believe Him Donna Take It Easy Baby.,
This review is from: Soldier Boy the Scepter Records Story (Audio CD)
SOLDIER BOY THE SCEPTOR RECORDS STORY 1961 - 1962
contains 40 great tracks now in the public domain which means that the rights are any ones.
This is a chance to buy a whole lot of original recordings tracks for a fiver.
This is not a review but Amazon have 'lumped' all the tracks together making it hard for a person to actually see what's on the CDs
So I ve cleaned it foe you and made it easier to read.
If you cut and paste please ignore track 21 on disc two!
Their greatest hit and breakthrough was probably in 1960 with the Shirelles hit 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'
But the rest are really worth listening to and at this price are great value/
1. Soldier Boy - The Shirelles
2. Didn't I Tell You - Tommy Hunt
3. Don't Make Me Over - Dionne Warwick
4. Don't Believe Him Donna - Lenny Miles
5. Why Why Why - Don Crawford & The Escorts
6. Uh Oh - The Imps
7. To Make A Long Story Short - Eddie & The Starlites
8. Hasten Jason - The Singing Roulettes
9. Helplessly - Jackie Hayes
10. Face Of An Angel - Joey Dee & The Starliters
11. Boys - The Shirelles
12. Who's Gonna Mention My Name - Lonnie Sattin
13. Faded Roses - Matthew Reid
14. Take It Easy Baby - Rufus Beacham
15. If You See Bill - Tammy Montgomery
16. Human - Tommy Hunt
17. Symbol Of Love - The Titones
18. Seymour - Lori Rogers
19. Jimmy's In A Hurry - Valli
20. Dedicated To The One I Love - The Shirelles
1. Will You Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles
2. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself - Tommy Hunt
3. Ugly Duckling - Don Crawford & The Escorts
4. That'll Get It - The Imps
5. Pretty Little Girl - Eddie & The Starlites
6. Shimmy Baby - Joey Dee & The Starliters
7. The In-Between Years - James MacArthur
8. Invisible - Lenny Miles
9. I Smiled Yesterday - Dionne Warwick
10. No Man Is King - Rufus Beacham
11. Baby It's You - The Shirelles
12. Cupid's Arrow - Del Marino
13. Goddess Of Love - Lee Mareno With The Regents
14. It's Mine - Tammy Montgomery
15. Wouldn't It Be Goin' Steady - The Singing Roulettes
16. I'm Your Soldier Boy - Soldier Boys
17. So Lonely - Tommy Hunt
18. It's Love That Really Counts - The Shirelles
19. The Movies - The Titones
20. Summertime - Rufus Beacham
21. Hello Sailor- Stevie D'Or and the Dockers.
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Initial post: 21 Jun 2013 00:53:32 BDT
A. Foss says:
Thanks again Glenn - you Sailor Boy you ;-) !
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Jun 2013 11:17:16 BDT
You're welcome Andy.
Did you get the artist name joke?
Stevedore and the Dockers??
Posted on 19 Jul 2013 11:36:14 BDT
Dirk McQuickly says:
Is the James Macarthur listed, the James Macarthur of "book him, Danno" fame?
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Sep 2013 08:40:45 BDT
Geoffrey J. Tracey says:
Thanks for the listing,makes it easier to read.But can anyone tell me if any of this CD is in Stereo?Thanks again..Geoff
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Sep 2013 19:59:13 BDT
With all the tracks being over 50 years old I really doubt it.
Mono was king and Phil Spector ruled!
The enhanced sound really does improve the tracks but I think they had a certain style being in Mono.
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