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Format: CD
Sku: 63917996
UPC: 001043550152
UPC 14: 04001043550152
Release Date: 10/3/1995
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Cuttin' Out - The Wonders ~ Various Artists
2. You Say - R-Dells ~ Various Artists
3. Little Lonely Summer Girl - David Box ~ Various Artists
4. Pretty Blue Eyes - Steve Lawrence ~ Various Artists
5. Gold and Silver ~ Various Artists
6. Blue Willow ~ Various Artists
7. Poor Me - Chip Fisher ~ Various Artists
8. Hot Seat - Bobby Doyle ~ Various Artists
9. No Help Wanted - Canadian Sweethearts ~ Various Artists
10. Fantasy - Johnny Cameron ~ Various Artists
11. Lazy Daisy ~ Various Artists
12. Oh! Julie - The Crescendos ~ Various Artists
13. Just Give Me Your Heart ~ Various Artists
14. Big As I Can Dream - Kris Jensen ~ Various Artists
15. Gone - Rituals ~ Various Artists
16. Just A Piece Of Paper - Bobby Comstock ~ Various Artists
17. Loneliest, The - Tony Orlando ~ Various Artists
18. Hey Little Mama ~ Various Artists
19. I Didn't Mean It - Scott Rogers ~ Various Artists
20. Heartbreak - Joe Melson ~ Various Artists
21. Suddenly We're Strangers ~ Various Artists
22. Girls ~ Various Artists
23. Lonely Saturday Night - Don French ~ Various Artists
24. Stop Your Crying - Jerry Naylor ~ Various Artists
25. My Heart - Dale Wright ~ Various Artists
26. Steady Kind - Mickey Denton ~ Various Artists
27. Devil Doll - Lee Denson ~ Various Artists
28. Big Deal - The Skee Brothers ~ Various Artists
29. Baby Remember Me - Al Schnier ~ Various Artists
30. Sweet Lovin' Honey - Don Cole ~ Various Artists
31. Teenager In Love - Woody Thorne ~ Various Artists
32. Our Favorite Melodies - Gary Criss ~ Various Artists
33. Stormy ~ Various Artists

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Compared with Buffalo Bop's usual rockabilly and teen-rebel collections, this 33-song compilation is kind of dorky -- sort of a nerd's picture of rock & roll (the Richie Cunningham as opposed to the Fonzie playlist). Nobody appearing on this CD ever aspired to be really cool like Elvis or Gene Vincent; Ricky Nelson was as far as they got. But it's all great fun in its well-crafted, highly produced way, and some of the artists and labels here will actually be familiar--Tony Orlando ("The Loneliest"), Steve Lawrence ("Pretty Blue Eyes"), Milo Liggett ("Gold and Silver"), and the Barker Brothers ("Hey Little Mama") recorded for outfits like Monument, Epic, Brunswick, ABC, and Hickory. The Wonders ("Cuttin' Out"), the R-Dells ("You Say"), David Box ("Little Lonely Summer Girl") et al weren't rebels, they were would-be teen idols, and they weren't averse to delivering songs that were essentially teen-pop, albeit often with a good beat and some fairly prominent guitars amid the orchestras and backing choruses. Tommy Lam's "Blue Willow" actually has a guitar break, but it's more like good middle-year Elvis than real rock & roll. Much of this stuff was just as likely to have strings, but that doesn't stop it from being good romantic soft-rock. "Lazy Daisy" by Bobby Boston and "Just Give Me Your Heart" by Johnny Duffett do rock, but they're sandwiched between "Fantasy" by Johnny Cameron, the Crescendos' lovelorn "Oh! Julie," and "Big as I Can Dream" by Kris Jensen, (a song that makes the Everly Bros.' "Ebony Eyes" seem like "Bye Bye Love"). The Rituals' "Gone" is a good pop doo wop number that sort of anticipates "Remember When" as well as "It's Alright" by the Rolling Stones in its melody. Bobby Comstock's "Just a Piece of Paper" boasts a soaring string section of the kind that the Drifters would perfect, coupled to a melody very similar to "This Magic Moment." Marci's "Suddenly We're Strangers" could've given Gene Pitney a run for his money; the Barker Brothers, although no Everlys, had pleasant enough voices and knew how to pick a song ("Hey Little Mama" by Lee Hazelwood); and Gary Criss' "Our Favorite Melodies" and Donnie Owens' "Stormy" were sweet, soft romantic rock at its best. The sound quality is uniformly excellent, and although there are no notes, we do get the usual spread of available press photos. ~ Bruce Eder

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 11/07/1994
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1994
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : BBCD 55015
Music Label Name Label : Buffalo Bop
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 04001043550152

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