Singleton, Margie: Jukebox Pearls-Pledging My Love [Import]

Singleton, Margie SKU: 23161542
Margie Singleton: Jukebox Pearls-Pledging My Love [Import]

Singleton, Margie: Jukebox Pearls-Pledging My Love [Import]

Singleton, Margie SKU: 23161542

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Title: Jukebox Pearls-Pledging My Love [Import]
Artist: Singleton, Margie
Label: Bear Family
UPC: 5397102173028
Genre: Rockabilly

An unjustly overlooked country singer, who recorded for Starday, Mercury and UA in the 1950s and '60s!Hung around the Louisiana Hayride, and recorded with George Jones, Faron Young, and sung back-up on sessions for Jones, Brook Benton, Clyde McPhatter, Leroy Van Dyke, and many more!Sang the American cover version of Helen Shapiro's Walkin' Back To Happiness as well as a vocal version of the Tornadoes' Telstar!Probably no one was in the recording studio more than Margie Singleton from 1955-1965. Her husband, Shelby, was head of A&R for Mercury Records and brought her onto sessions for his complete roster: pop, R&B, and country. She also made records herself, first for Starday, then Mercury, and then United Artists, before she and her second husband, Leon Ashley, began Ashley Records with a #1 hit, Laura (What's He Got That I Ain't Got). The untold story of Margie Singleton is here. She might just have been one of the most versatile women in music at that time. A natural singer, Margie sang on plenty of hits but didn't have the hits that should have been hers. Hers is one of the untold stories that Bear Family tells so well

1.1 Chained to a Promise
1.2 Forget Me Not (Remix)
1.3 Living in the Danger Zone
1.4 Her Image Keeps Getting in Theway
1.5 I Don't Have to Look Pretty (To Stay Home and Cry)
1.6 I Knew I Would See Him Again
1.7 It's Too Much (3rd Vocal)
1.8 How Lonely She Must Be
1.9 There You Go
1.10 Sincerely Your Friend
1.11 Poor Man's Roses
1.12 Your Old Love Letters
1.13 Pledging My Love
1.14 I'll Just Walk on By
1.15 I Don't Want You This Way
1.16 No Thanks, I Just Had One (; Faron Young)
1.17 Magic Star (Telstar)
1.18 Walkin' Back to Happiness
1.19 Don't Be Good to Me
1.20 Anotherwoman'sman, Another Man'swoman (; Faron Young)
1.21 The Cypress Tree
1.22 Only Your Shadow Knows
1.23 Burnt Fingers
1.24 How Do You Celebrate Goodbye
1.25 Are You Ever Too Young?
1.26 She Will Break Your Heart
1.27 Voices of Love
1.28 Destination
1.29 Love Toss a Pebble in the Water I Don't Have to Look Pretty (To Stay Home and Cry) (Single Vocal)

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