Lollipops & Teardrops: 34 Pop Diamonds From 1960s - Lollipops & Teardrops: 34 Pop Diamonds From 1960s | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Sam Riddle - Lollipops And Teardrops
2. Jimmy Elledge - Diamonds
3. Bobby Skel - Queen Of Hearts
4. Ronnie Dante - Think
5. Jackie Gardner - I Knew The Girl
6. Alan Vallone - There She Goes
7. Val Martinez - You Make Me Happy
8. Ron Winters - My Girl
9. Rodney Justo - Tell Her That You Care
10. Bill St. John - I Can't Hold Back The Tears
11. Billy And Dawn - Let's Get Together
12. Joe South - Same Old Song
13. Bennie Thomas - It's Better To Cry Today Than To Cry Tomorrow
14. Sonny Jones - Just Me
15. The Lettermen - You Don't Know Just How Lucky You Are
16. Vigor Fisher - Think Of Happiness
17. The Madisons - Only A Fool
18. Jim Eller - For Adults Only
19. Kenny Ancel - Twelve Feet High
20. Linda Jean - Spider And The Fly
21. The Collegiates - I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
22. Bobby Vee - Because Of Him
23. Gary Criss - Hands Off Buddy
24. Johnny Macrae - What A Blue World
25. The Wayward Winds - Johnny Turn Your Head Away
26. B.J Thomas - Houston Town
27. The Wonders - Say There
28. Joey Cooper - It Looks Like It's Gonna Be My Year
29. Richy Dinu - Last One To Know
30. Russell Brothers - You And The River
31. The Ginger-Snaps - I've Got Faith In Him
32. Jimmy Elledge - Can't You See It In My Eyes
33. Bobby Skel - There She Goes
34. Ronnie Dante - Look At Me (You Did It)

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Teensville Records presents another spotlight on the malt shop hits that should have been. Lollipops & Teardrops is a 34-track, eighty minute retrospective on rare and obscure pop productions from the era when the 45 RPM reigned supreme. Primarily culled from the years 1963-1966, nearly all the tracks are making their compact disc debut six decades after they were originally recorded. The 24-page full colour booklet contains a 7,500+ word essay containing exhaustive information on all the cuts