The Elgins - Ritha Mae album download
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It was a strange choice, since another group of Elgins recorded for Congress Records (Ritha Mae) and a '50s group from Southern California also used the name. Lackadaisical promotion doomed Darling Baby, a tune adapted from Lamont Dozier's solo release Dearest One on Melody Records, June 1962. An album followed by another single, I Understand My Man, came out, then nothing. The only other Elgin record to surface on Motown was a re-release of Heaven Must Have Sent You, in 1971. In the late '80s, Ian Levine recorded a revised group of Elgins that consisted of Dawson, Jimmy Charles, Norman McClean, and Yvonne Vernee-Allen; he recorded Mallett solo as Sandra Edwards. Andrew Hamilton, Rovi.
And let Rita Mae do the selling at the boutique. And you can both benefit financially. I'm going to call Rita Mae right now. Oh, Susan, thank you so much for coming all this way form the city to talk to me about it. I hope you don't mind having taken so much time away from your busy schedue. Family Album USA - Episode 2 - The Blind Date In the second episode of Family Album USA called The Blind Date Situational Dialogues - 4. At a Railway Station.
Rita May" (sometimes spelled as "Rita Mae") is a song by Bob Dylan, originally recorded during the sessions for the album Desire, but released only as the B-side of a single and on the compilation album, Masterpieces. The song is based on the 1957 rockabilly song "Bertha Lou". Some listeners believe that the lyrics of the song refer to writer Rita Mae Brown, who had complained of the lack of opportunities for casual lesbian sex. "Rita May" was covered by Jerry Lee Lewis on his 1979 album Jerry Lee Lewis.
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