Peter Paul And Mary


VA – Early Girls Vol 3 – 2000



01. The Girlfriends- My One And Only Jimmy Boy (2:17)
02. Little Peggy March – I Will Follow Him (2:34)
03. Alice Wonder Land – He’s Mine (1:58)
04. Shelly Fabares – Johnny Angel (2:21)
05. Ginny Arnell – Dumb Head (2:16)
06. Cathy Jean And Roommates – Please Love Me Forever (2:54)
07. Etta James – At Last (3:00)
08. The Percells – What Are Boys Made Of (2:19)
09. Della Reese – Don’t You Know (2:34)
10. Lillian Briggs – I Want You To Be My Baby (2:31)
11. Jodie Sands – With All My Heart (2:44)
12. Margie Rayburn – I’m Available (1:53)
13. Patti Page – Old Cape Cod (2:36)
14. Shelby Flint – Angel On My Shoulder (2:18)
15. Timi Yuro – Hurt (2:28)
16. Joanie Sommers – Johnny Get Angry (2:33)
17. Diane Ray – Please Don’t Talk To The Lifeguard (1:45)
18. The Pixies Three – Birthday Party (2:08)
19. Carla Thomas – Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes) (2:21)
20. Faye Adams – Shake A Hand (2:53)
21. Etta Jones – Don’t Go To Strangers (3:53)
22. Bernadette Carroll – Party Girl (2:17)
23. The Starlets – Better Tell Him No (2:32)
24. The Charmaines – What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am) (2:27)
25. Esther Phillips – Release Me (3:18)
26. Debbie Dovale – Hey Lover (2:09)
27. The Chantels – Look In My Eyes (2:18)
28. Suzie Clark – Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya (2:28)


Frankie Avalon ‎– Frankie Avalon (LP 1958)



Frankie Avalon ‎– Frankie Avalon (LP Chancellor ‎– CHL 5001, 1958)
Producer – Peter DeAngelis
Genre: Rock
Frankie Avalon (whose real name is Francis Thomas Avallone, September 18, 1940, Philadelphia / USA) is an American singer and actor of Italian descent, successful in music, film and television, especially in the 50s and 60s. only 17, he signed with Chancellor Records, at the time already had some fame in showbiz. As a child, Frankie played trumpet in the Jackie Gleason Show. In 1952 he recorded a single for RCA Victor. Avalon was also one of the members of the band Rocco and The Saints, a group that had Bobby Rydell as a drummer.
He and his colleague Fabian publisher (the Chancellor) achieved some successes through singles that reached the tables of successes.
Their debut LP presented here, it was released in February 1958, ” Frankie Avalon ” (LP Chancellor CHL-5001). The album contains his first success “De De Dinah,” whose single reached the position # 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and # 8 in the R’n’B charts.
The biography of this American artist is already inserted this blog.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 Oooh! Look-A There, Ain’t She Pretty? (Todd, Lombardo)  2:26
A2 Short Fat Fannie (Williams) 2:11
A3 Young Love (Joyner, Cartey) 2:00
A4 Young And Beautiful (Schroeder, Silver) 2:30
A5 Diana (Anka) 3:00
A6 At The Hop (Singer, Medora, White) 2:24
A7 Honey (Simons, Gillespie, Whiting) 1:35
B1 I’m Walkin’ (Domino, Bartholomew) 2:15
B2 Little Bitty Pretty One (Byrd) 2:20
B3 De De Dinah (Marcucci, DeAngelis)      2:08
B4 The Stroll (Otis, Lee) 2:30
B5 My Mom (Donaldson) 3:16
B6 You’re My Girl (Cahn, Styne) 2:06
C1 – Cupid (Marcucci, DeAngelis)  (Jun 1957, rare track)
C2 – Jivin’ With The Saints (Ronnie Chesler, John Kekalos) (Jun 1957)
Arrangements and Orchestra Conduction: Al Caiola

Dinah Washington & Brook Benton

1. There’s Goes My Heart…Dinah Washington
2. Call Me…Brook Benton
3. Baby You Got What It Takes…Dinah Washington & Brook Benton
4. Love Walked in…Dinah Washington
5. Not One Step Behind…Brook Benton
6. A Rockin’ Good Way…Dinah Washington & Brook Benton

1. Someone To Believe In…Brook Benton
2. This I Promise You…Dinah Washington
3. I Do…Dinah Washington & Brook Benton
4. Because Of Everything…Brook Benton
5. Again…Dinah Washinton
6. I Believe…Dinah Washington & Brook Benton 

Patti DREW – 1969 – US-CAPITOL ST 156 – I’ve been here all the time (stereo)

Patti DREW was born on December 19, 1944 in Charleston, South Carolina.

In 1963, she formed the DREW-VELS, recording a few simple ones, including a first version of “Tell him” (not the EXCITERS).

In 1967, she released a solo album containing a new version of “Tell him” The 85th place in the top 100 of the Billboard.
In 1968, her second album “Working on a groovy thing” works well and the title will be picked up by the 5th DIMENSION.

This is his third album and it contains a few titles whose names will tell you something:
“Fever” by Peggy LEE
“A guy like you” by RASCALS
“Hard to handle” by Otis REDDING
“Save the last dance for me” Of the DRIFTERS
“I who have nothing” by Ben E KING
“What the world needs now” by Jackie DeSHANNON



The Young Rascals ‎– Collections (LP 1967)


The Young Rascals ‎– Collections (LP Atlantic ‎– SD 8134, 09 Jan. 1967)
Production – The Young Rascals. 
Genre: Garage Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock.
Collections ” is the second album by the rock band The Young Rascals . The album was released on January 9, 1967 and peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Top LPs chart.
This was the group’s first album to show his talent as composers, with six of the album’s songs written by the band members. The LP had two hits Top 20 USA, “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long” which reached the place # 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, while “Love Is a Beautiful Thing,” peaked at No. 20.
With this album, the band was awarded a gold record in the United States.
The Young Rascals was one American rock band of the 60s, formed in Garfield, New Jersey / USA that was active from 1965 to 1972 and subsequently returned to meet punctually several times, the last in 2012.
The band was composed by Felix Cavaliere (29-11-44, Pelham, New York) on keyboards and vocals; Dino Danelli (23-7-45, New York), battery; Eddie Brigati (22-10-46, New York), and vocalist Gene Cornish (14-5-45, Ottawa, Canada), the guitar.
The biography of this band is already inserted this blog.
Tracks / Tracklist: 
A1 – What Is the Reason (Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati) – 2:23
A2 – Since I Fell for You (Buddy Johnson) – 3:25
A3 – (I’ve Been) Lonely Too Long (Cavaliere) – 2:57
A4 – No Love to Give (Gene Cornish) – 2:42
A5 – Mickey’s Monkey (Holland-Dozier-Holland) / Love Lights (Gerald Roslie) – 4:41
B1 – Come On Up (Cavaliere) – 2:41
B2 – Too Many Fish in the Sea (Eddie Holland, Norman Whitfield) – 2:16
B3 – More (Riz Ortolani, Nino Oliviero, Norman Newell, Marcello Ciorciolini) – 4:20
B4 – Nineteen Fifty-Six (Cornish) – 2:28
B5 – Love Is a Beautiful Thing (Cavaliere, Brigati) – 2:30
B6 – Land of a Thousand Dances (Chris Kenner) – 1:58
Album recorded between May 10 and December 30, 1966. 
Musicians / Personnel: 
Eddie Brigati – voice, percussion
Felix Cavaliere – Vocals, Keyboards
Gene Cornish – vocals, guitar, bass
Dino Danelli – bateria

The Marketts – Out Of Limits (LP 1964)

The Marketts – Out Of Limits (LP Warner Bros. Records – W 1537, Jan.1964).
Producer – Joe Saraceno.
Genre: Instrumental, Surfing, Space Rock
The Marketts was an American instrumental pop group formed by Michael Gordon in Hollywood / California in 1961. The band was famous for having sold more than a million copies of their hit ” Out of Limits, ” an instrumental rock / Surf released in 1963, a variant of surf music and played later by many other bands. The theme was composed by its founder, Michael Z. Gordon who wrote this great success, originally titled “Outer Limits”, in honor of the television program of the same name. However, TV producer Rod Serling sued the Marketts for taking four notes off the main theme of his show, “The Twilight Zone,” without his approval, which resulted in the title being changed to “Out of Limits.”
Recognizing the start of a new “musical surprise,” Gordon wrote and co-produced the band’s first hit song, “Surfer’s Stomp,” shortly after the group formed. In 1963 the band signed contract with co-producer Joe Saraceno for the Warner Bros. label.
The song “Out of Limits” reached # 3 in February 1964 on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks and Cashbox for a week. He remained in the Hot 100 and Cashbox for 14 weeks, having sold more than one million copies and winning a gold record.
The album reached # 60 on the Billboard Top 100 Hits chart in 1964.
After “Out of Limits”, The Marketts group would enter the Top 20 again, now with the theme “Batman Theme” in early 1966, and would release new recordings until 1977. Saraceno, in addition to his work with The Marketts and Ventures, also produced Bobby Vee, The Sunshine Company, Martin Denny, and other artists.
The album was described as “an intriguing record, with galloping rhythm”.
Formed in Hollywood in 1961, the band The Marketts had some variations to their musical style, but it is by Surf Music that the group is more recognized and remembered. The band went through several formations, having been led by producer Joe Saraceno (who also produced bands like The Ventures, among others). Saraceno, where necessary, brought together musicians from the Los Angeles area to compose and / or replace other band members.
The most prominent albums in the United States were “Out of Limits!” (Warner, 1964) and “The Batman Theme” (Warner, 1966), both with sonorities essentially surf music.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 – Out Of Limits (Michael Z. Gordon)
A2 – Love 1985 (P. Vegas)
A3 – Collision Course (Usher, Christian)
A4 – Hyper-Space (D. Howe)
A5 – Other Limits (Michael Z. Gordon)
A6 – Bell Star (Pohlman, Saraceno)
B1 – Twilight Guy (Joe Saraceno)
B2 – Borealis (G. Motola, R. Page)
B3 – Bella Dalena (Saraceno, Pohlman)
B4 – Limits Beyond (L. Duncan, R. Duncan)
B5 – Saturn (P. Vegas)
B6 – Re-Entry (P. Vegas)
Arrangements by Roy Pohlman.
Recorded at United Recorders studios.
Musicians / Personnel:
Michael Z. Gordon, (guitar solo, guitar and composer);
Randy Viers (Drums);
Chuck Bently, (Saxophone);
Scott Engel (Low);
Lynn Frazier (Trombone).

Dionne WARWICK – 1964 – FR-VOGUE EPL 8229 – Walk on by (stereo)

Marie Dionne WARWICK was born on December 12, 1940 in East Orange, New Jersey.

69 of the singles she recorded entered the Billboard top 100 between 1962 and 1998.

Her sister Delia is known as Dee Dee WARWICK.
Like many other African-American artists, she began with Gospel, especially in the group GOSPELAIRES where she met Judy CLAY, Cissy HOUSTON and Doris TROY.

After meeting with Burt BACHARACH, she joined the Scepter label in 1962. In November released her first single “Do not make me over”.


Engelbert Humperdinck.

There’s not much you can say about a live performance except give it a listen !! and make a comment !!
1. Intro..Around The World / Till
2. My Prayer
3. A Man Without love
4. Help Me Make it Through The Night
5. My Wife The Dancer
6. Its Impossible
1. Just a Little Bit Of You
2. Hit Medley
3. You’ll Never Walk Alone
4. Love The one Your With
5. Release Me

Nina Simone ‎– I Put a Spell On You (LP 1965)


Nina Simone ‎– I Put A Spell On You (LP Philips ‎– BL 7671, 1965)
Genre: Soul, Jazz, Blues.
The theme recorded by Nina SimoneI Put A Spell On You ” is the most famous and wonderful today edited. Along with “Good Feeling” song, makes this LP is considered a real “jewel”. The theme “One September Day” proves that she could also sing softly … sweet and simple!
Nina Simone (Tryon, February 21, 1933 – Carry-le-Rouet, April 21, 2003), born as Eunice Kathleen Waymon was a great pianist, singer and songwriter. The stage name was adopted at age 20, so he could sing Blues in cabarets of New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, behind the backs of their parents, who were Methodist pastors. Nina Simone also excelled and was persecuted for being black and publicly embrace all kinds of combating racism.
She recorded Gershwin’s “I Loves You Porgy,” which became a Top 40 hit and carried it to the most important stage, performing at Carnegie Hall and the Newport Jazz Festival.
Nina left the US in the 70s, moving first to Barbados, through other places, including Africa and the Netherlands, before finally settling in France.
In his work, Nina unfolds in styles by which ventured from the gospel, through the soul, blues, folk and jazz. It was one of the first black artists to join the famous Julliard School of Music in New York. Their song “Mississippi Goddamn” became an activist anthem of the black cause, and talks about the murder of four black children in Birmingham church in 1963. He died of cancer in 2003 while sleeping in Carry-le-Rouet / France, 70 years.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 I Put A Spell On You 2:33
A2 Tomorrow Is My Turn 2:43
A3 Ne Me Quitte Pas (Jacques Brel) 3:27
A4 Marriage Is For Old Folks 3:22
A5 July Tree 2:40
A6 Gimme Some 2:58
B1 Feeling Good 2:52
B2 One September Day 2:47
B3 Blues On Purpose 3:18
B4 Beautiful Land 1:55
B5 You’ve Got To Learn (C. Aznavour) 2:40
B6 Take Care Of Business