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THOSE EAST COAST GIRLS

 

This CD contains 26 songs by some of the finest female artists and girl groups to come out of the East Coast in the 1960s.  They include Cindy Scott, Maureen Gray, Ann D'Andrea, The Pixies Three, The Sherrys, The Secrets, The Sweet Three, The Mellow Moods and The Bobbi Pins.

 

This historical CD contains valuable information, when available, on the arranger, the musicians who played on each song, the date the song was recorded and the studio where it was recorded, including the engineer.   Also featured are rare photos of many of the artists and groups.

 

The songwriters and/or producers featured on the CD include the writing/producing team of John Madara & Dave White, Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff,* William V. Carlucci, Raymond Gilmore, Jerry Butler, Otis Redding.

 

*Leon Huff also plays keyboards on several of the songs.  He was discovered by John Madara before he partnered with Kenny Gamble to become one of the most successful writing/producing teams in the music business. 

 

This one-of-a-kind CD is presented by John Madara.  Along with partner, Dave White, he wrote and produced such timeless classics as AT THE HOP (Danny and The Juniors), THE FLY (Chubby Checker), YOU DON'T OWN ME (Leslie Gore) and 1-2-3 (Len Barry, who also co-wrote the song with Madara & White).  These and countless other hits by Madara & White helped to create "The Sound of Philadelphia."

 

All songs have been digitally restored and digitally mastered.

 

Make this historical CD a part of your oldies record collection!

 

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