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Oo-Wee: The Collectors Margie Singleton (Uk)
Artist: Margie Singleton
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 09/16/2022
UPC: 604988378429

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DISC: 1

1. One Step (Nearer to You)
2. Not What He's Got
3. My Picture of You
4. Love Is a Treasure
5. Take Time Out for Love
6. Beautiful Dawn
7. Shattered Kingdom
8. I Want to Be Where You're Gonna Be
9. Teddy
10. Oo-Wee (You're the One for Me)
11. Golden Anniversary (With Harry Hanson)
12. Our Little Secret
13. Magic Land of Love
14. History of Love (As Al ; Margie)
15. You Are My Life (As Al ; Margie)
16. On the Cross
17. The Eyes of Love (Live)
18. There You Go
19. A Poor Man's Roses
20. How Lonely?She Must Be
21. Pledging My Love
22. One Excuse Is As Good As Another (With George Jones)
23. One By One (With George Jones)
24. Your Old Love Letters (Live)
25. Everybody's Somebody's Fool (Live)
26. The Real Me
27. Yearning (Live)
28. The Cypress Tree
29. Burnt Fingers
30. Magic Star (Tel-Star)

More Info:

Although known predominantly as a songwriter and session singer, Margie Singleton (the wife of producer Shelby Singleton) was a vocalist of extraordinary quality in her own right and she recorded an excellent body of work, which included several significant US C&W hits. However, don't go looking for those hits here, as none are included. This is a Collectors' Rarities-styled set, comprising sides recorded between 1957-62, which are either notoriously hard to find elsewhere on CD or making their digital debuts herein. These include several of her earliest 45s, for Starday, rare duets with Harry Hanson, Al Hart and George Jones; live recordings from The Grand Ole Opry; and a clutch of studio outtakes. Although now well into her eighties, Margie is still active to this day. Her hits and signature releases during the same time span will hopefully be the subject of a forthcoming Jasmine release