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Friday, 31 March 2017

Pearl Bailey.320 Kbps

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 Things that record company's do to sell their products...here's one that had a go by putting provocative signs on the cover...note "Restricted From Air Play".....date of release 1966 would have thought by then the "Victorian Era" had gone!!!....Back to the contents of the L/P it is songs that Pearl was singing in her nightclub act nothing "Smutty" or swearing just Pearl Bailey being herself...Track one is the suspect one the rest are just normal songs....

1. She Had To Go And Lose It At The Astor
2. Josephine
3. To Keep my Love Alive
4. I Want A Man 
5. Let's Do It

1. The Physician
2. Legalize My Name
3. Flings
4. You Can Be Replaced
5. I Wanna Get Married


03. To Keep My Love Alive.mp3

5 comments:

espo said...

Enjoy !

Bill said...

Thanks mate!

Trumark said...

Thanks espo!

Jack Gardner said...

It's interesting to note that there are two songs missing on this issue. "Zip" and "You Brought Me More Sunshine (Than I Can Use)"....It looks like the Allegro version is the only one that deleted those two tracks. Just random info.

Terry Peck said...

Allegro was one of those forerunners of very cheap albums of out of copyright material, released back in the 60s. Albums were (originally, at least) priced at 10/- (50p). My grandfather always referred to this lady as Pearl Barley and I was forbidden, as a very young child, to listen to this material. How times change!!