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      1. Claire Francis' Polydor records
           From: Scott Swanson 


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Message: 1 Date: Sun, 02 Jan 2005 01:57:54 -0800 From: Scott Swanson Subject: Claire Francis' Polydor records Since everyone is chiming in with the Claire Francis records they've uncovered, I figured (as a public service, so to speak) I'd compile a list of them. Here are the ones I know of: Lynn Holland: Oh Darling How I Miss You/ Before (Polydor BM 56035, 1965) Mikki Young: The Day He Came My Way/ I Can't Hide My Love (Polydor 56058, 1965) John Bull Breed: Can't Chance A Breakup/ I'm A Man (Polydor BM 56065, 1966) Two's Company: Now That I Love You/ As Before (Polydor 56072, 1966) Smith: La Mer/ Stormy Weather (Polydor 56078, 1966) Claire Francis: I've Got My Own Thing Going/ Here I Go Again (Polydor 56079, 1966) Dave Rich: I Just Wanna Dance/ The Last Two People On Earth (Polydor 56113, 1966) Mikki Young: Who Killed Teddy Bear/ Some Someday (Polydor, 1966?) Claire Francis: But I Don't Care/ If You Don't Know (Polydor BM 56142, 1967) Sonny Childe: "To Be Cont'd" LP (Polydor 582003, 1966) I'm not sure about the Sonny Childe LP but it's his only Polydor LP as far as I know. Also, BMI lists several additional songs written by Claire which I have zero info on: All Your Sweet Lovin' Cut Off [aka Cutt Off] Everytime You Go Away Goin' Home It Seems Like Only Yesterday Look Out Mary Lee 'Neath The Georgia Pine San Antone Slow Down Take Him Tomorrow Trying When Joey Kisses You Made A Football Out Of My I'm sure some of the other fine Spectropoppers out there can fill in some of the blanks! Hope this helps, Scott -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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