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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Darlene Love....Part 3!!

Darlene! Part 3..............

3625 Groovy Street-The Wildcats (The Blossoms) 1964
A change is gonna come -1997 live
Saved (from a 'Shindig' b'cast)
Seein' is believin' -Eddie Hodges w/ superb backup vocals from Darlene and The Blossoms)
So much love -(1968 unissued track)
Something so wrong -1968
Son-in-law -1961 -As The Co-Eds
Stoney end -1967
Strange love -1964
Stumble and fall -1963
Take it from me -1963
Tell him -(from a 'Shindig' b'cast)
That's when the tears start 1965
The search is over -1962
Times are changing -1966 (recorded by the Blossoms, produced by Phil Spector as part of a campaign to "correct the inequality in employment opportunities between whites and minorities including blacks in the U.S." Released to radio D.J.s)
This land is your land-Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans 1963
Today I met the boy I'm gonna marry-1963
Too late to say you're sorry -1966
Touchdown -1972
Wait til my Bobby gets home-1963
White Christmas-(from 'A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector')
Why do lovers break each other's hearts -1963
Winter wonderland-(from 'A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector')
Write me a letter -1961 
Yes indeed-(duet w/ Joe Tex on 'Shindig')
You'll never get to heaven-(from a 'Shindig' b'cast)
You've lost that lovin' feeling-(The Blossoms-from a 'Playboy after dark' TV  b'cast)
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah-Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans 1962


  1. Barberella!! Thanks so much for this fantastic collection of tunes from my favorite Spector spectre. What a great tribute to a lady who deserves them all. Can't wait to listen. All the best,