Gene Pitney / Jacki Bond - Let The Music Play / Reviewing The Situation mp3 flac
- Album: Let The Music Play / Reviewing The Situation
- MP3: 1985 mb | FLAC: 1713 mb
- Released: 2017
- Style: Vocal
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 205
- Format: APE DTS AHX VOX MP2 FLAC AUD
Includes double sided 6" square insert and inner 'Spoke' die-cut company sleeve.
GENE PITNEY, JACKI BOND Let The Music Play vinyl 7" unreleased 1967 Mike d'Abo. Genre: R&B & Soul. More from this seller.
Jacki Bond was a secretary working for Strike records in the mid-1960s who, though without previous musical experience, had a short recording career in 1965-7. Bond's first single record, My Sister's Boy, was released in 1965 by Columbia records, an EMI subsidiary, under license from Millwick Music, the publishing company from which Strike emerged.
Gene Pitney was not only a fine singer and artist, but he was also an incredibly talented songwriter – Ricky Nelson’s ‘Hello Mary Lou’ being just one of many hits he had as a writer. To me, Gene Pitney’s finest record was the first record I ever heard him sing on the radio. That was ‘Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa’, a Bacharach & David song. With thanks to Lynne Pitney, Mike d’Abo and Del Baggott. Great things were expected as the song title was also assigned to the album title. The scheduled tie-in single was cancelled, leaving a handful of picture-sleeved demos in circulation.
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|A||–Gene Pitney||Let The Music Play
Written-By – M. d'Abo*
|AA||–Jacki Bond||Reviewing The Situation
Written-By – L. Bart*
- Published By – United Artists Music
- Published By – Lakeview Music
NotesIncludes double sided 6" square insert and inner 'Spoke' die-cut company sleeve.
Both sides recorded in 1967.
Both sides previously unreleased.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-out): SPK1709 IT'S IN THE GENES 155610H1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side AA Run-out): SPK1709 FAGIN'S A RAGIN' PAGAN 155610H2/B