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Name:positiva
Joined:6 Oct 2009
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Country:  UK
Location:Portsmouth
 
 
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positiva
29th Jan 2015
Lee Lawrence

A: Be My Love
B: The Man I Could Be
After great success in the early-mid 1950's Lee Lawrence's career took a downturn with the advent of Rock 'n' Roll. He made a valiant attempt to embrace the new music with 'Rock 'n' Roll Opera' in 1956 but it was never going to be his type of music. After his own touring show failed after just a few weeks he went off to the States, with his family, to start a new life. He became very popular on the club circuit and secured a two record deal with Apollo in 1959. Top Rank picked up the first release and issued it in the UK.
Lee Lawrence died of a heart attack on 25th February 1961 aged 40.

positiva
25th Jan 2015
Patsy Ann Noble

A: Good Looking Boy
B: The Guy Who Can Mend A Broken Heart
Also available at ITunes on 'HMV 1962' (Marmot Music)
Surely this label shot is a fake - it sounds like the original Aussie version with the Orchestra Directed by Geoff Harvey.

positiva
11th Jan 2015
Alma Cogan

A: The Train Of Love

Alma Cogan With Ocher Nebbish

B: The "I Love You" Bit
Ocher Nebbish was the songwriter Lionel Bart

positiva
2nd Dec 2014
Fred Walking-Stick

A: Well I Ask YEW!

Brother Jim Walking-Stick

B: Ain't She Sweet
Both these tracks are from the 1961 Pye LP NPL-18069 'Razzamatazz & All That Jazz' and were credited to the Viscounts.
Both tracks can also be found on the Sequel CD 'The Viscounts - Who Put the Bomp - The Pye Anthology'


positiva
3rd May 2014
Preston Epps

A: Bongo Boogie
B: Flamenco Bongo
Unlike the other Preston Epp's singles on Top Rank this one is on the 'Majesty' label. The 'Original Sound' singles are to be found on a myriad of Cd's but these two tracks I cannot find anywhere on CD.


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Ron Goodwin And His Concert Orchestra

Ron Goodwin Specials (No. 2)

A1: Jet Journey
A2: Red Cloak
B1: The Messenger Boy
B2: Elizabethan Serenade
Parlophone UKGEP 8699Oct 1958EP0 
Jeanne Black

A: He'll Have To Stay

Jeanne And Janie

B: Under Your Spell Again
Capitol UKCL 15131May 19607"27.5
Jack Scott

A: Burning Bridges
B: Oh, Little One
Top Rank UKJAR 375May 19607"2 
Charlie Feathers

Charlie Feathers

A1: Gone Gone Gone
A2: Tongue Tied Jill
B1: Folsom Prison Blues
B2: Don't Let Me Cross Over
Charly UKCEP 116Sep 1977EP1 
Floyd Cramer

A: Lovesick Blues
B: The First Hurt
RCA UKRCA 1284May 19627"0 


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