Saturday, 22 November 2014
This single sided demo was issued in 1958, in the USA it gives Seven Daughters as the "A" side and this as the "B" side I do not know why the sides were reversed for the UK issue on the Shepherd Sisters release the "A" and "B" sides were reversed for the UK issue.
I could not sleep last night so I decided to get up early and post a couple of records as I have a fishing trip booked for Sunday (may be cancelled due to the wind) I switched on my PC it decided that there was a problem with one of the drives so it spends over an hour trying to rectify the problem I rebooted the PC and the same problem again but I cancelled request then the keyboard decided to join in and continuously put ------------------ all the time I checked it for a stuck key and changed the battery's but no luck, as I have been moving out some of the records I have found the keyboard from my old PC was on the side so I have plugged it in and it works so it looks like a new keyboard later today.
I am also deleting all the files on the problem drive it was used as a back up for music files but I have not used it for that for some time.
Andy Russell With Mario Ruiz Armengol And Orchestra - A Certain Smile
From March 1963.
Johnny Keating And The Z-Men - The Preacher
Johnny Keating And The Z-Men - Whoop Up
The Shepherd Sisters released 7 singles in the UK between 1957-1963 this was the second to last one issued in February 1963.
Shepherd Sisters - What Makes Little Girls Cry
Shepherd Sisters - Don't Mention My Name