Fabulous double-sider. Frankie is great doowop. Lipstick On Your Collar was the track derided and scorned (we all loved it) by a so-called 'musician' who once played with a tenth rate British band of the mid 1960s..
Connie Francis, like Neil Sedaka, provided an important part of our teenage soundtrack. To hear these songs (which are great, by the way) sneered at by so-called musicians (i.e. members of the Rolling Stones, a British group of the mid 1960s) is exceptionally distressing.
I finally got this one! Thus, I uploaded the A and B-side labels.
"Second Hand Love" must have been an alternate take, because when Ms. Francis sings the chorus ("I'm a second-hand love...."), her harmony voice was overdubbed. The stereo album version wasn't overdubbed.
Still, once the jukebox is ready this will eventually have a spot in it.
And, I also discovered "Don't Break the Heart...." was #1 in early April 1962, about three weeks before I was born. Since this was a best-seller, it's doubly aggravating Polydor didn't rerelease this once they acquired the MGM/Verve backlog, especially since Polydor would have very likely used the stereo masters. (Elvis' "Good Luck Charm" was #1 the weekend I was born, and in between Connie Francis and Elvis Shelley Fabares' "Johnny Angel" was #1 in mid-April 1962. So, now I have the three #1's that were popular around the time I came into the world!)
BTW - Danny Davis, later of Nashville Brass fame, produced both tracks.