Honeybeat Groovy 60s Girl Pop CD

$ 12.98

  • 60s Pop Collectors Have Long Lusted After the Many Rare Tracks Lurking in the Sony Archives 

  • Compiled by Sheila Burgel, producer of the Japanese Girl Pop Series Nippon Girls, Honeybeat: Groovy 60s Girl Pop Offers 19 Rare Girl Pop Finds from Deep in the Sony Vaults 

  • About a Third of the Songs Have Never Been Reissued; the Rest Have Only Appeared on Obscure Imports, Some of Dubious Origin 

  • The 19 Tunes Hail from Nine Different Labels: Columbia, Date, RCA Victor, Epic, Bell, OKeh, Sound Stage 7, Groove, and Amy 

  • Features an Unreleased Track, Dorothy Jones’ “Talk That Sweet Talk" 

  • Burgel’s Detailed Liner Notes Include, Whenever Possible, Interviews with the Original Artists, Who Recall Their Long-Ago Bouts with the Music Business in Frank and Moving Fashion 

  • Rare, Never Before Seen Photos 

  • Remastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in New York

  • Produced by Sheila Burgel and Sony Legacy’s Rob Santos

  • Special Gatefold Jacket LP Version Features 14 Tracks Selected and Sequenced by Burgel

  • LP Limited to 1200 Copies in Violet 180-Gram Vinyl

  • A Treasure Trove of Rarities for the Girl Group Collector, a Seamless Listen for a Vintage Pop Fan, and a Welcome Journey Back to a More Innocent Time in the Record Business 

Hey, ‘60s pop collectors…do you suppose there might be some killer rare tracks lurking inside the Sony archives? Yeah, that’s what we thought, too…so we enlisted girl group expert extraordinaire Sheila Burgel (producer of the Japanese girl pop series Nippon Girls among other prodigious collecting feats) to go tape spelunking and see what she could come up with. And man, was THAT a good decision—cuz Sheila (and Sony Legacy producer Rob Santos) have emerged triumphantly from their journey into the deepest nooks and crannies of the Sony vaults with 19 fantastic girl pop finds that sound like they shoulda been, coulda been hits had anybody heard them the first time around! Just to give you an idea of how deep these tracks are, these 19 songs hail from no less than ninedifferent labels (Columbia, Date, RCA Victor, Epic, Bell, OKeh, Sound Stage 7, Groove, and Amy); about a third of them have never been reissued anywhere (one, Dorothy Jones’ “Talk That Sweet Talk,” is previously unreleased), and the rest have only appeared on obscure imports, some of dubious origin. What’s more, for her detailed liner notes, Sheila has whenever possible tracked down and interviewed the artist(s) in question, in some cases stirring up long dormant and emotionally charged memories of their days in the music business, with rare, never before seen photos lending color to their accounts. Remastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in New York, Honeybeat: Groovy 60s Girl Pop offers a treasure trove of rarities for the girl group collector, a seamless listen for a vintage pop fan, and a much-needed journey back to a more innocent time in the record business. SPECIAL NOTE FOR VINYL COLLECTORS: Sheila has also selected and sequenced 14 of the 19 tracks for a special 180-gram, violet vinyl gatefold edition limited to 1200 copies!

CD TRACK LISTING

1. I’m Gonna Destroy That Boy – The What Four

2. You’re My Loving Baby – The Sweet Things

3. Don’t Monkey with Me – The Lollipops

4. Sweet Hunk of Misery – Linda Carr

5. If You Can’t Say Anything Nice – Gia Mateo

6. Baby You’re Mine – Sandi Sheldon

7. I Can’t Stay Mad at You – Skeeter Davis

8. I Don’t Want No Mama’s Boy – Erma Franklin

9. The Rider – The Pussycats

10. Gonna Make Him My Baby – April Young

11. No News – The Glories

12. Be Good to Your Baby – The Avons

13. Gee Dad – Andrea Carroll

14. I Wish I Had Known – Sandra Phillips

15. I Just Don’t Understand – Carmen Cole

16. Stand by Me – Little Eva

17. Why Don’t You Do Right? – Nichelle Nichols

18. Hangin’ On to My Baby – Tracey Dey

19. Talk That Sweet Talk – Dorothy Jones 

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