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Shirelles Swing The Most

LP (Item 27400) Pricewise, 1964 — Condition: Used
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4.90 11

Beautiful stuff from one of the most soulful 60s pop girl groups – and proof that The Shirelles were always a cut above! The record's a great batch of hard to find songs by the group – including some great Goffin/King numbers – recorded with some surprisingly raw vocals that definitely keep The Shirelles more on the soul side of the spectrum than the pop one – set to some soaring uptown soul arrangements that are totally great! Titles include the classic hit "Oh No, Not My Baby", plus "Get Rid Of Him", "His Lips Get In The Way", "A Girl Is Not A Girl", "Please Go Away", "Lonesome Native Girl", "What Does A Girl Do", and "What A Sweet Thing That Was". (On the Pricewise subsidiary of Scepter. Cover has some edge wear with a bit of splitting.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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