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|Genre/Form:||Rhythm and blues music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Darlene Love; Dick Dale, (Guitarist); Hal Blaine; Duane Eddy; Al Casey; Barney Kessel; Blossoms (Musical group); Del-Tones (Musical group); Eddie Beal Orchestra.; Young Cougars (Musical group); Rebelettes (Musical group); Wildcats (Musical group); Moose and the Pelicans (Musical group); K-C-Ettes (Musical group)
|Notes:||Reissues. Some selections previously unreleased.
Program notes by Mick Patrick inserted.
|Performer(s):||Darlene Love, vocals ; with various artists.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, mono., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||That's when the tears start (with The Blossoms) (2:24) --
Too late to say you're sorry (2:22) --
So much love (3:03) ; The gospel truth (2:23) (with The Blossoms) --
King of the surf guitar (with Dick Dale ; The Del Tones) (2:05) --
No other love (with The Blossoms ; Eddie Beal's Orchestra) (2:27) --
The drummer plays for me (with Hal Blaine & The Young Cougars) (2:25) --
Good, good lovin' (with The Blossoms) (2:44) --
Boss guitar (with Duane Eddy & The Rebelettes) (2:26) --
The search is over (with The Blossoms) (2:26) --
3625 Groovy Street (with The Wildcats) (2:19) --
Ooh-wee baby (3:11) --
He's a rebel (with Moose & The Pelicans) (2:25) --
What are we gonna do in '64? (with Al Casey & The K-C-Ettes) (1:59) --
Lover boy (with The Blossoms) (2:21) --
TV commercials (with Barney Kessel) (2:18) --
Let him walk away (2:19) --
I gotta tell it (2:20) ; Something so wrong (2:38) ; Touchdown (2:11) (with The Blossoms) --
Mr Fix-it (3:13) --
Cherish what is dear to you (while it's near to you) (with The Blossoms) (2:34) --
All alone on Christmas (3:39) --
A change is gonna come (4:34).
|Other Titles:||That's when the tears start.
Too late to say you're sorry.
King of the surf guitar.
No other love.
Drummer plays for me.
Good good lovin'
Search is over.
3625 Groovy Street.
He's a rebel.
What are we gonna do in '64.
Let him walk away.
I gotta tell it.
Something so wrong.
Cherish what is dear to you.
All alone on Christmas.
Change is gonna come.
Darlene Love anthology, 1958-1998