Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Sundazed
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah 200g LP (Mono)

Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans

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Limited Edition Mono 200 Gram Vinyl! Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!

One of Phil Spector's Pristine Recording Efforts!
Features the Outstanding Trio of Bobby Sheen, Darlene Love & Fanita James! Includes the Hits, "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Jimmy Baby", "Dear (Here Comes My Baby)" & More!

In the early 1960s, Phil Spector and his Wall of Sound changed the face of popular music, elevating teenage rock 'n' roll into epic, widescreen drama whose emotional directness and expansive, densely layered sound instantly broadened the potential of the recording medium. In the process, the "Tycoon of Teen," barely out of his teens himself, became the first record producer to be as famous as the performers that he produced. Spector's assault on the charts began in earnest in 1962, when he launched his soon-to-be-legendary Philles label. Applying his visionary studio techniques to redefine the girl-group genre, he created a string of iconic smashes ("little symphonies for the kids," as Spector once called them) that dominated the period's AM airwaves, and which continue to resonate through popular culture half a century later. Spector's pioneering work with the Crystals, the Ronettes and Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans remains the cornerstone of his incredible body of work. Perhaps because he's so widely renowned for his masterful singles, the handful of vintage Spector-produced LPs remain underrated, and original vinyl copies have become rare collectors items. Now, Sundazed Music honors the Spector legacy with these four groundbreaking vinyl landmarks from the vaults of Philles Records-all in glorious mono: Twist Uptown, He's A Rebel, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, and Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes Feat. Veronica!!!

One of the most talented acts in Phil Spector's stellar recording stable, Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans featured the great Darlene Love, one of Spector's favorite vocal muses; Fanita James, who also sang alongside Love in the ubiquitous studio vocal group the Blossoms; and Bob B. Soxx himself, aka renowned singer Bobby Sheen, a legend in West Coast R&B circles. The trio's uncanny abilities provided Spector with an ideal vehicle to perfect his musical formula, making the trio's 1963 album Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah one of the most enchanting items in the Philles Records catalogue.

Recorded in the hallowed environs of L.A.'s Gold Star Studios with backup from the legendary Wrecking Crew, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah finds the trio cutting loose on a high-energy set that includes the Disney-inspired title hit and the infectious "Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart?" Love's powerful vocals are also featured on "My Heart Beat a Little Faster" and the Jackie DeShannon-penned "Jimmy Baby," while the ever-soulful Sheen is showcased on such tunes as "Dear (Here Comes My Baby)" and "Everything's Gonna Be All Right." Meanwhile, a left-field reading of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" and the album-closing instrumental "Dr. Kaplan's Office" demonstrate Spector's quirkier side.

• 200 Gram Vinyl
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Limited Edition
• Mono Edition
• Phil Spector's High Quality Recording

Bobby Sheen, vocals
Darlene Love, vocals
Fanita James, vocals
Steve Douglas, horns
Jay Migliori, horns
Roy Caton, horns
Glenn Campbell, guitar
Billy Strange, guitar
Carol Kaye, guitar
Irv Rubins, guitar
Al Delory, piano
Nino Tempo, piano
Leon Russell, piano
Don Randi, piano
Hal Blaine, drums
Frank Capp, percussion
Jimmy Bond, bass
Ray Pullman, bass
Wallick Dean, bass

1. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
2. Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart?
3. Let The Good Times Roll
4. My Heart Beats A Little Faster
5. Jimmy Baby
6. Baby (I Love You)
7. White Cliffs Of Dover
8. This Land Is Your Land
9. Dear (Here Comes My Baby)
10. I Shook The World
11. Everything's Gonna Be All Right
12. Dr. Kaplan's Office

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