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Mel Carter's 1963 debut album was released on Sam Cooke's SAR Records/Derby label. Carter performed "When A Boy Falls In Love" on Dick Clark's American Bandstand, the song spent 10 weeks on the pop chart and the album was originally awarded 4-stars by Billboard. Produced by Sam Cooke and J.W. Alexander, collectors have sought after When a Boy Falls in Love since its initial release in 1963. R&B scholar Bill Dahl contributed liner notes to the otherwise faithfully restored original package.
This rare album fetches at least $350 in mint condition. Its contents are the epitome of love songs, all eloquently performed by Mel Carter, Mr. Velvety Tenor.
- First Time on Vinyl since 1963
- Vinyl LP
- Produced by Sam Cooke & J.W. Alexander
- Liner Notes by R&B Scholar Bill Dahl
- Faithfully Restored Original Package
- Time Of Young Love
- We'll Bless Each Day With Our Love
- So Wonderful
- When I Fall In Love
- Twelfth Of Never
- Why I Call Her Mine
- When A Boy Falls In Love
- Hold Me
- For Your Love
- Wonderful Love
- After The Parting The Meeting Is Sweeter
- You Can Count On Me