SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL * THE DRIFTERS * LONDON ATLANTIC 9326 * UK
One of the four songs from the first recording session with Rudy Lewis taking over lead from Ben E. King. Recorded in September 1960 this fine, fine record represents a wealth of talent, a who's who of musical masters; as apart from the members of the group, the song was written by Goffin and King, arranged by Burt Bacharach, produced by Leiber and Stoller, with Dionne and Dee Dee Warwick, Cissy Houston, and Doris Troy, backing vocals and Billy Davis playing guitar, and no doubt many more talented folk.
|Heís Just A playboy||Answer The Phone||Lonely Winds||Mexican Divorce||I Feel Good All Over|
|On Broadway||One Way Love||I Count The Tears||I Donít Want To Go On Without You||Nobody But Me|
|Rat Race||Room Full Of Tears||Somebody New Danciní With You||Sweets For My Sweet||Under The Boardwalk|
|Bip Bam||Dance With Me||Honey Love||Drip-Drop||Up On The Roof|
|I Gotta Get Myself A Woman||Ruby Baby||There Goes My Baby||Soldier Of Fortune||Money Honey|
|Up In The Streets Of Harlem|
Also check out Idalia Boyd's version.
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