Collect records, work full time, a recent graduate with my Masters in Social Work. I work part time in a substance abuse clinic in addition to my full time job so I can become fully licensed as both a Social Worker and an Addiction Specialist...I'm not busy at all.
I intend for my blogs to celebrate my record collection and the music I love and not to infringe on any rights of artists or record companies. If any artist or record company that I feature in my blogs wants their songs removed, please contact me by email and I will immediately delete it.
Another good day of finds including some Miles Davis albums I did not have. A friend of mine sent me a box of records yesterday and one of the records was a sealed original copy of Dion's last Columbia lp "Wonder Where I'm Going". Tonight I am sharing a recent JCP pick up...a raver from Dayv Butler. From what I could find, he was a NC favorite in the 60's but sadly I believe he is deceased.
I have no idea why this was not a monster hit in the US. I became curious about that so I searched and found it peaked at #73 on Billboard on April 6, 1968. So what were some of the popular songs ahead of this in the charts: Love is Blue by Paul Mauriot, Honey- Bobby Goldsboro, Cab Driver- The Mills Brothers..[the freakin Mills Brothers!], Deliliah -Tom Jones. URG. There were also some cool songs but this should have been at the top. As a bonus, I've included a fantastic live version with PP Arnold