Donnie Elbert - What Can I Do 1957-1962 (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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What Can I Do 1957-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Donnie Elbert
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/22/2024
UPC: 604988120325

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DISC: 1

1. What Can I Do
2. Hear My Plea
3. Believe It Or Not
4. Tell Me So
5. Have I Sinned?
6. Leona
7. Wild Child
8. Let's Do The Stroll
9. Peek-A-Boo
10. My Confession Of Love
11. I Want To Be Loved But Only By You
12. Someone Made You For Me
13. I Want To Be Near You
14. Come On Sugar
15. Just A Little Bit Of Lovin'
16. When You're Near Me
17. Will You Ever Be Mine
18. Hey Baby
19. Half As Old
20. Baby Let Me Love You Tonite
21. I've Loved You Baby
22. I Beg Of You
23. Mommie's Gone
24. Sentimental Reasons
25. Lucille (I've Done You No Wrong)
26. What You're Doing To Me
27. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)
28. Help Me
29. Nobody Knows
30. After All I've Done For You
31. Baby Cakes
32. Set My Heart At Ease

More Info:

Although he would go on to enjoy his biggest commercial successes in the 1970s, notably with souped-up revivals of Tamla-Motown material, Donnie Elbert's recording career began back in the 1950s. Indeed, he enjoyed a U. S. hit with his very first record, 'What Can I Do?' in 1957, which made both the Pop and R&B charts. He subsequently tasted regional success with releases like 'Have I Sinned?', 'Will You Ever Be Mine', 'Half As Old', 'Baby Cakes', etc. This set reissues all his solo singles between 1957-62, across a variety of labels, the first time that these sides have been thus compiled. This is a seriously impressive recorded legacy, albeit much of it largely forgotten since it was first released. We probably don't need to emphasise how rare and collectable most of these sides are, many of which have never previously appeared on CD