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You Lost The Sweetest Boy - Various - Rock & Roll 1963

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  1. You lost the sweetest boy that you had that time Mary Wells' penultimate release with Motown. Reached number 22 on the Billboard Hot , and number 10 on the R&B chart.
  2. Naughty Rock And Roll - Boyd Bennett HIT PARADER'S HOT PROSPECTS 1. CooCoo-U - Kingston Trio Various Artists Let The Good Times Roll - Eydie Gorme Detroit City - Bobby Bare. You Lost The Sweetest Boy - Mary Wells 35 The Grass Is Greener/Sweet Impossible You - Brenda Lee
  3. Motown Records The Motown label was the flagship label for the Motown family of labels, starting off technically in with Motown release G1 "Bad Boy" b/w "I Love Your Baby". This release only made it to the test pressing stage. It was recorded by the Miracles and released on Chess records by the same.
  4. Aug 01,  · The Marvelettes were a big part of all the excitement. From the early days of Motown through the end of its first and best decade, this group from the Detroit suburb of Inkster, Michigan delivered a steady stream of hit records noted for strong lead vocals by two of Hitsville U.S.A.'s best, though sometimes overlooked, singers, Gladys Horton and Wanda alternative.coifynmeztijindgazan.infoinfo: Krobigraubart.
  5. Music Chart Song artist - Mary Wells. Previous Comments (newest first) 4 Dec Double Listing - Stop Takin' Me For Granted.
  6. Oct 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Complete Motown Singles | Vol. 3: on Discogs/5(23).

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