Ronnie Smith ( 10″ / 25 CM)

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Long time no Love

 

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Description

Sleazy Records – SR10-12

Side A:

A1 – My Babe
A2 – Long Time No Love
A3 – Tiny Kiss
A4 – I Started Out Walking
A5 – I Hear You Knocking

Side B:

B1 – Lookie Lookie Lookie
B2 – It Hurt Me So
B3 – Long Time No Love (With Chorus)
B4 – Fell In Love With A Face
B5 – I’ve Got A Love

Info:

Ronnie Smith met the Poor Boys performing at a live telethon at the West Country Park Auditorium in 1955.
The teenage Ronnie sang a version of “That’s All Right” in emulation of his snake hipped idol and thought he just mimed playing the guitar, his voice was fresh and exciting enough that the band asked him the join them as their singer.
Ronnie Smith’s first single was released on Hamilton in 1958 and was recorded in Norman Petty’s Clovis studio.

 

 

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Poids 0,250 kg
Style Musical

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