Who was/is Len Barry ? - CDs, Vinyl LPs, DVD and more

Len Barry was the king of blue-eyed soul for six months during 1966. Born in Philadelphia on June 12, 1942 he is thought to have sung on the Bosstones' wild rocker 'Mope-Itty Mope' on Boss in 1958. He moved on to chart success with the Dovells in 1961-3, performing on their series of hit dance records, initiated by 'Bristol Stomp'.

As a solo artist, he had his greatest moments with `1-2-3` and 'Like A Baby' (Decca), which have since become disco-theque classics. Barry's high tenor singing kept him in busi-ness into the Seventies, with records on American Decca and RCA, but when the hits stopped coming he was forced to tone down his James Brown-inspired stage act and adapt his style for the cabaret circuit.

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(1978/MCA) Original 4-track EP, 7inch, 45rpm speed, small center, picture sleeve, original 1965 Decca recordings! Sleeve contains light damages from storage, see the age! MM/Bear Family Records
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