W.B.lbl 29th Oct 2015 Ironically, The Vogues, near the tail end of their Reprise stint (in fact, on their final single for the label), would go on to cover " Since I Don't Have You" itself. RecordDragon 13th Oct 2015 VIDEO Catagna45 12th Oct 2015 I would agree W.B.lbl ... and the bit that probably cocked you ear was what sounds like the Lead's grammatical double-negative ("I don't have nothing to offer you") starting @ 0:39 ;) RogerFoster 12th Oct 2015 No not just you W.B.lbl ... I can hear a distinct similarity as well! W.B.lbl 12th Oct 2015 Is it my imagination, or does "Nothing To Offer You" bear some resemblance to The Skyliners' big hit "Since I Don't Have You" (and given that they too emanated from Pittsburgh)? rockin tim 12th Oct 2015 S. DiNunzio is Sonny DiNunzio, lead singer of the Racket Squad and the Fenways; local groups in Pittsburgh. The Fenways did the original version of "Nothing To Offer You" in 1963. Felonious 29th Dec 2014 It's the album cover. fredhoyt 29th Dec 2014 The picture sleeve posted looks to be much later than the 1965 issue of this record. Do any of the thirty-two collectors that "own" this record have this sleeve with it? Can you verify the 1965 date? Hmm...? VinylSid 13th Jan 2014 VIDEO Kent T 27th Nov 2012 A note, the Drew Carey Show version is the Reprise Vogues Greatest Hits LP version with the string overdubs. The Co and Ce tracks used on this LP were overdubbed to sound more like the Vogues Reprise era hits. LaurenceD 27th Nov 2012 Some pressings use the spelling "S. DeNunzio" on the B-side. telegramsam 20th Nov 2011 Thanks for posting this Catagna45. A really terrific record indeed. Features heavily on later episodes of The Drew Carey Show (a real fave of mine). Catagna45 20th Nov 2011 Great record! And a nutty video to accompany it!
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