Gee, sounds AMAZINGLY similar to "You Don't Have to See Me Cry"!!!!
when i click on the download link, it downloads the Leon Haywood track, not the Ron Holden one. Can it be fixed?thanks,derik
I am an Old Dart and sometimes my CRS and ADD kick in! Link is fixed thanks for the heads up !!
You're fine. Thanks
Worth the wait. Thanks!
1/21/11RobGems.ca wrote:Issued by Bob Keene at Del/Fi Records in 1960, Ron Holden was a then struggling R&B singer who got his lucky break when he was arrested in smuggling Marijuana & booze with some local hoods, & happened to meet a sympathetic warden in the pen who was planning to leave the pennitentiary business for making music & setting up a local record label. This former officer turned musician/producer was named Larry Nelson, & when Holden's time expired, he hooked up Holden with a local Seattle, Washington school band named The Thunderbirds with a couple of brass players from the local Seattle high school marching band. They cut "Love You So" & it's B-side "My Babe" in late 1959 on the Seattle-based Nite Owl Label started up by Larry Nelson, & after some local success, attracted Bob Keene in 1960 at Del-Fi, who issued it on his R&B oriented subsidary Donna Records. The "Love You So" side was a top 10 record in June 1960, reaching #1 R&B & #7 pop nationally.
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