1959

(BABY) HULLY GULLY * THE OLYMPICS * COLUMBIA 4346 * UK

They cut one record as Walter Ward And The Challengers for the Melatone label in 1958, but it was their next recording Western Movies for Demon that brought them international recognition as The Olympics. The recorded three for Demon before moving on to their third LA label Arvee; (Baby) Hully Gully -a compulsive mid-tempo dance track - was the B side of Private Eye their first release on the Arvee label (#562). They stayed with Arvee until 1964 releasing 10 records during their four year stay, before signing with their fourth LA independent Duo Disc.

See also:

Mine Exclusively Secret Agents The Bounce The Same Old Thing

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