WHY DO LOVERS BREAK EACH OTHERS HEARTS * BOB B. SOXX AND THE BLUE JEANS * LONDON 9694 * UK
Bob B. Soxx a.k.a. Robert Sheen, The Blue Jeans: Darlene Love a.k.a. Darlene Wright, and Fanita James, came together in 1963, and recorded their biggest hit Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, a song taken from the Walt Disney film 'Song of the South'. Produced by Phil Spector this was their second and pen-ultimate release on the Philles label USA, the final one being Not To Young To Get Married all three are good quality records, Robert Sheen's vocals a real pleasure to listen to (Phil Spector signed him because he thought he sounded like Clyde McPhatter). All three were played and danced to in the big Mecca ballrooms and small dance halls that were the prime social arena for the Modernist youth movement in Southern England at the time.
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