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Neither song was copyrighted at the time, but both were copyrighted retrospectively in Zelma Sanders’ name only by the current owners of Zell’s Music in 2005.
this version was released at the same time a masquerades release but it was masquerade that got most of the airplay
Masquerade also charted in Europe i believe.
Tommy Dell first appeared on the southern african chart radar in 1971 with airplay/popularity chart hits on LM Radio. His south african sales chart entries commenced in 1976 and lasted to 1983. His hits were mainly cover versions...
Die Kirmes-Musikanten are from the Netherlands and called De Kermisklanten. Will make De Kermisklanten the main discography.
there was a successful suit relating to A WHITER SHADE OF PALE not long ago wasn't there? Since that pre-dates DAZED AND CONFUSED a successful suit may follow ...
South African singer, "Guardian Angel" was a hit for Masquerade in Oz
The upside down matrix number may be because we are the lower side of the equator from you folks in Europe? :-)
This is probably a South African pressing. The Rhodesian one would look pretty much identical though. It's hard to tell them apart at this time period.
Uploaded images of my repro copy. Can someone do the biz on these please ?
George Goldner really was a giant in the record industry of his time, as was Henry Stone. Stone was the biggest fish in Miami for decades. Glades was one of his labels and Sherlyn was his long-lasting publishing imprint (still active in the T. K. disco era). Goldner's Gone...
Billboard 24 Nov 1958
Billboard 18 May 1959
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Good stock, but the guy in charge the day I visited was very offhand. Won't be going back!