And what an excellent movie it was! I just wish any of the 3 Mustang 45's of the song I have bought sounded anywhere near as good. I bought one after another hoping for a better sound, but alas they are all moderate. Perhaps the Liberty pressing is better?
Great stuff indeed.Let Her Dance was covered here in Ireland by Don Duggan and The Savoy Showband and I do believe The Equals covered Another Sad And Lonely Night on the B side of PT 158. Two great tracks should have been a hit which is why Liberty picked up on it.
Thanks to barneycordell............great vintage video, from Shivaree show #23, July 3, 1965, obviously lip-synched, but no matter, the audience seem to be having fun. Another Sad And Lonely Nightis used to play out at the end of the show, and at 4:24 to 4:27 there is a lovely shot of Bobby Rydell playing tambourine, and then an 18 year old LaLa Brooks, of The Crystals, smiling, open mouthed, happy I guess just to be there.
Both Bobby Rydell and The Crystals had performed numbers earlier in the show, and got into the spirit of the Texas groups' performance.....
LA airdate July 3, 1965 (NYC airdate: July 31, 1965)
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Crystals, The -- Da Doo Ron Ron
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Crystals, The -- He's A Rebel
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Fuller 4, Bobby -- Let Her Dance
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Fuller 4, Bobby -- Another Sad & Lonely Night
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Gray, Dobie -- In Hollywood
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Gray, Dobie -- Mr. Engineer
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Rydell, Bobby -- Side Show
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Rydell, Bobby -- The Joker
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Whitcomb, Ian -- You Turn Me On
7/3/65 -- Show # 23 -- Whitcomb, Ian -- Too Many Cars On The Road
I've added an A side scan with a star , not sure if these really qualify as a variation but they are printed on rather than being a sticker so may be valid ( with B Sides as good as this I suppose the radio jocks had to be steered in the right direction)