Remember (Walking In The Sand). Give Him A Great Big Kiss. People Say. –Ad Libs. The Boy Frem New York City. I Wanna Love Him So Bad. –Tradewinds. New York's A Lonely Town.
Remember (Walking In The Sand).
Cr 30108 Shangri-La's Dixie Cups. 1. 9 or Best Offer Unsold. Seller: hersham girl (2,643) 9. %, Location: Walton on Thames, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 401475476831 ARTIST - VARIOUSALBUM TITLE - THE RED BIRD ERA VOLUME 1 THE HIT FACTORYCAT NO. CR 30108RECORD CONDITION - EXCELLENTCOVER CONDITION - VERY GOOD +UK CHARLYPostage will always be combined. Due to recent issues I will no longer post to South America. Cr 30108 Shangri-La's Dixie Cups. The Red Bird Era Vol 1 The Hit Factory Lp Ex!!! Cr 30108 Shangri-La's Dixie Cups. The Red Bird Era - Volume 2 Various-60s & 70s vinyl LP album record UK CR30109.
Hard To Find Sealed 1965 Red Bird Compilation. Original "Record Dept" Price Tag On Shrink. Artist: Shangri-Las, Dixie Cups, Jelly Beans, Others Title: Red Bird Goldies Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Red Bird Catalog ID: RB 20-102 Country: USA Our ID: 136703. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
On this 16-track compilation, you get some glorious hits (the Dixie Cups' "Iko Iko," the Butterflies' "Good Night Baby") and glorious rarities (Evie Sands' " I Can't Let Go," Alvin Robinson's "Down Home Girl") with a bunch of rare cuts by the Dixie Cups, Ad Libs, Jeff & Ellie, and the Robbins that will appeal mostly to completists.
The Red Bird label was yellow with black print, with the red and black logo on top. Around the bottom of the label it read, "STUYVESANT PRODUCTIONS, IN. The stereo label was the same, with "STEREO" on the left of the label in small block letters. The UK version was white with red print. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Be Mine - Jelly Beans/People Say - Dixie Cups. RB 20-103 - Iko Iko - Dixie Cups Essentially a reissue of the Chapel of Love LP with a different cover. Shangri-Las Issued in mono only. Transition album, has the track sequence of the I Can Never Go Home Anymore album below, with a white sticker on the front advertising "I Can Never Go Home Anymore.
Owner : Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller