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1. The Jillettes - Can't Play a Playgirl
2. Clydie King ; the Sweet Things - By Now
3. The Darlings - Stop
4. The Marshmellows - I Don't Even Know His Name
5. Dorothy Baker - a Little Like Lovin'
6. The Victorians - Happy Birthday Blue
7. Lorraine Gray - Are You Getting Tired of Your Little Toy
8. The Dorelles - Good Luck to the Lucky Girl
9. Chris Rayburn - I Cried My Last Tear Over You
10. Byrdie Green - Get a Hold of Yourself
11. Lady Frances - the Street
12. Mary Sue Wellington - Spoiled
13. Little Fay - Joey Won't You Ask Me
14. Connie Questell - Don't Let It Break Your Heart
15. The Mar-Vells - How Do I Keep the Girls Away
16. Courtney Rain - Party Line
17. Bertha Tillman - You Had a Good Thing Goin'
18. Babs Vernon - Mama Don't Like Him
19. Regina - Gotta Funny Kinda Feelin'
20. Judy Wilson - from My Point of View
21. Ramona King - Mind Reader
22. Hedy Sontag - Bad Girl
23. The Foxes - I Just Might Fall in Love
24. Rochelle Lara - Midnight
25. The Dar-Lett's - He's Gonna Get It
26. Sadina - Who Am I Kiddin'
27. Ellie Greenwich - Diavolo
28. Teresa Brewer - Handle with Care
29. The Lolly-Pops - the Happiest Birthday Party (Of My Life)
30. Clydie King ; the Sweet Things - Don't Hang Up the Phone
31. The Marshmellows - When I Look at My Love
32. The Darlings - Why He Loves Me (Is a Mystery)
33. Unknown - Time Heals All Wounds
34. Ellie Greenwich - Just Let Me Cry

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Can't Play A Playgirl: 1960s Girl Goodies Lost & Found continues in the Teensville tradition of spotlighting obscure female pop productions from the greatest decade in music. Almost all of the tracks make their digital debut, including a few by the likes of Ellie Greenwich and The Darlings that have never been anywhere until now. The CD features 34 tracks and includes a 20-page booklet with a 6,000+ word essay and plenty of photos.