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The Crystals Sing The Greatest Hits Vol. 1

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The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1

6 months, 3 weeks ago at Mar 27 20:18
The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1 sure enough lives up to that mouth-full of a title, but ol’ Phil is at it again. A whopping four songs here are actually the Ronettes, and there’s no mistaking Ronnie’s voice as a heretofore anonymous member of the group suddenly thrust to the lead. (The songs are “Hot Pastrami,” “Mashed Potato Time,” “The Twist,” and “The Wah Watus... read more
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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: Philles
Release date: 24 April 1963
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JxSxPx posted a review 6 months, 3 weeks ago

The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1

“The Crystals Sing the Greatest Hits, Volume 1 sure enough lives up to that mouth-full of a title, but ol’ Phil is at it again. A whopping four songs here are actually the Ronettes, and there’s no mistaking Ronnie’s voice as a heretofore anonymous member of the group suddenly thrust to the lead. (The songs are “Hot Pastrami,” “Mashed Potato Time,” “The Twist,” and “The Wah Watusi,” which features Nedra Talley on lead.) The two Darlene Love led hits are present as well. How could they not be?   The other six selections? Uniformly great songs from the (actual) Crystals catalog, including the towering “Da Doo Ron Ron,” a song where the nonsense lyrics work as both the euphoria of young love and a wink/nudge towards more carnal possibilities beneath the enforced ch” read more

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