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REVIEW - The Carols: "Please Believe In Me" - COLUMBIA 30210; JUNE 1950
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DianeE
2021-05-01 13:30:49 UTC
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SPONTANEOUS LUNACY VERDICT 3/10
Sav...@aol.com
2021-05-01 13:43:09 UTC
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Tommy Evans on bass. They later (1953) made a record on Savoy.
Roger Ford
2021-05-01 15:14:03 UTC
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Post by DianeE
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SPONTANEOUS LUNACY VERDICT 3/10
Actually Samp gives it a "7"

This one is quite average I goive it a "6"

Myself I much prefer their more rockin' later "Fifty Million Women"/"I
Got A Feeling" single on Savoy

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DianeE
2021-05-01 16:25:51 UTC
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Post by Roger Ford
Post by DianeE
https://www.spontaneouslunacy.net/the-carols-please-believe-in-me-columbia-30210/
YOUTUBE - http://youtu.be/-jmQouRYYws
SPONTANEOUS LUNACY VERDICT 3/10
Actually Samp gives it a "7"
This one is quite average I goive it a "6"
Myself I much prefer their more rockin' later "Fifty Million Women"/"I
Got A Feeling" single on Savoy
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I concur with your "6." It (and its flip side) would have been improved
by a nice instrumental break IMO.
RWC
2021-05-02 01:07:33 UTC
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Post by Roger Ford
Myself I much prefer their more rockin' later "Fifty Million Women"/"I
Got A Feeling" single on Savoy
Agree. And both sides have the same sounding tune.
Dean F.
2021-05-02 03:32:26 UTC
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Post by Roger Ford
Myself I much prefer their more rockin' later "Fifty Million Women"/"I
Got A Feeling" single on Savoy
Yes! A great record.

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