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The Red Bird Girls Very First Time in True Stereo 1964–1966

 
 
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The Goodies, the Jelly Beans, Bessie Banks, Evie Sands, the Butterflys, the Bouquets & others.
Label Real Gone Music
Format CD
Runtime/Release Date 79'48/2015
UPC 848064004271
Daedalus Item Code 69151
Sale Price: $12.95
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Founded in 1964 by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the Red Bird label was to girl groups of the 1960s as Elektra was to folksingers. Highlights of the 20 tracks include the Dixie Cups' "No True Love," the Bouquets' "Welcome to My Heart," the Jelly Beans' "I Wanna Love Him So Bad," the Goodies' "The Dum Dum Ditty," and Ellie Greenwich singing the Neil Diamond rarity "Call Me His." The Ad Libs are heard on an alternate take of their biggest hit "The Boy From New York City" (later covered by the Manhattan Transfer), and the Young Generation—featuring Janis Siegel—performs "The Hideaway."

"Hearing these tracks in stereo adds definition to vocal and musical arrangements alike, bringing out sounds and even entire parts that were buried beneath the rushed mono presentations of the mid-'60s. Along with hits like Bessie Banks' showstopping weeper 'Go Now' (which predated the Moody Blues' hit version of the same song by a few years) and the Butterflys' 'Gee, Baby, Gee,' three previously unreleased tracks also get the stereo treatment."—All Music Guide

 
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