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The Paris Sisters are chiefly remembered for their winsome, million-selling 'I Love How You Love Me', one of Phil Spector's early freelance productions, in 1961. However, they were already a hugely experienced trio, having been cutting records - initially as something of an Andrews Sisters' tribute act - since 1953, for labels like Cavalier, Decca and Imperial. Spector produced three further hits with the girls, 'Be My Boy', 'He Knows I Love Him Too Much' and 'Let Me Be The One', while 'Yes - I Love You' was a significant regional success. All are included on this compilation, which presents the very best of their recorded output between 1953-62, and also features twenty pre-Spector rarities. Few of their early sides have ever appeared in the digital format previously, making this a wholly unique, must-have collection.
The Paris Sisters are chiefly remembered for their winsome, million-selling 'I Love How You Love Me', one of Phil Spector's early freelance productions, in 1961. However, they were already a hugely experienced trio, having been cutting records - initially as something of an Andrews Sisters' tribute act - since 1953, for labels like Cavalier, Decca and Imperial. Spector produced three further hits with the girls, 'Be My Boy', 'He Knows I Love Him Too Much' and 'Let Me Be The One', while 'Yes - I Love You' was a significant regional success. All are included on this compilation, which presents the very best of their recorded output between 1953-62, and also features twenty pre-Spector rarities. Few of their early sides have ever appeared in the digital format previously, making this a wholly unique, must-have collection.
604988114829
First Ten Years (Uk)
Artist: Paris Sisters
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The Bully Bully Man (With Jimmy Diamond ; His Sparkling Music)
2. Zorch Boogie (With Jimmy Diamond ; His Sparkling Music)
3. Christmas in My Hometown
4. The Man with the Mistletoe Moustache
5. Ooh la la
6. Whose Arms Are You Missing
7. Huckleberry Pie
8. Baby, Honey, Baby
9. Truly (With Gary Crosby)
10. I Wanna
11. The Know-How
12. Lover Boy
13. I Love You Dear
14. Daughter, Daughter!
15. So Much, So Very Much
16. Mind Reader
17. Don't Tell Anybody
18. (Don't Stop, Don't Stop) Tell Me More
19. Old Enough to Cry
20. Someday
21. My Original Love
22. Be My Boy
23. I'll Be Crying Tomorrow
24. I Love How You Love Me
25. All Through the Night
26. He Knows I Love Him Too Much
27. A Lonely Girl's Prayer
28. Let Me Be the One
29. What Am I?to Do
30. Yes - I Love You
31. Once Upon a While Ago

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The Paris Sisters are chiefly remembered for their winsome, million-selling 'I Love How You Love Me', one of Phil Spector's early freelance productions, in 1961. However, they were already a hugely experienced trio, having been cutting records - initially as something of an Andrews Sisters' tribute act - since 1953, for labels like Cavalier, Decca and Imperial. Spector produced three further hits with the girls, 'Be My Boy', 'He Knows I Love Him Too Much' and 'Let Me Be The One', while 'Yes - I Love You' was a significant regional success. All are included on this compilation, which presents the very best of their recorded output between 1953-62, and also features twenty pre-Spector rarities. Few of their early sides have ever appeared in the digital format previously, making this a wholly unique, must-have collection.
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