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When the Jukebox Plays Chills and Fever

19.08.2013 in MIX TAPE MONDAY

Mixtape #11 – When the Jukebox Plays Chills and Fever 1. Chills And Fever 2. Till The Well Runs Dry 3. Dance Dance Dance 4. If You See Mary Lee 5. How Will I Know 6. When The Jukebox Plays 7. Don’t You Lie To…


Thrill Me

18.08.2013 in A SONG A DAY, A SONG A WEEK

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify The Mello-Kings had a national Doo-Wop hit called , “Tonite, Tonite.” They were a vocal group from Mt. Vernon, a working class suburb of New York City, just north of the Bronx. They attended George Washington High. In 1956, they were gaining local attention…


Be Yourself

16.08.2013 in A SONG A DAY

Prior to 1970s Philly Soul era, there was also an era of Philly Soul made popular by the production and songwriting team of Frank Bendinelli and Leroy Lovett, who produced groups from the early to late 1960s, including The Companions who put out the song…

if you see mary lee

If You See Mary Lee

04.07.2013 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify This song was first released as simply “Mary Lee” by the Rainbows on Boston’s Pilgrim Records in 1956. Then, two years later they re-recorded it and called it “If You See Mary Lee” which was the first single for the Los Angeles record label…