Shelley Fabares: Shelley! (LP, 10inch, Ltd.)
- 1:1 reproduction of hard-to-find Japanese pressing, a limited collector's edition!
- Re-issue in our 11000 collector’s series.
- This ten-inch vinyl LP originally came out in 1962 in Japan, only on the Colpix/Jet label, catalog number 4046.
- Original vinyl album from the collection of Marcel Meersmann.
- Contains two bonus tracks not on original release.
- Reproduction of the rare original album cover.
- Each records contains a free postcard image.
- Painstakingly remastered for highest fidelity and pressed on high quality vinyl!
- Limited to 500 colored copies.
Belgian record collector Marcel Meersmann has once again opened the doors of his archive for us and provided us with his rare original album for this re-release. Many thanks for this! According to today's technical possibilities we have added two bonus tracks to the ten titles released at that time, carefully mastered the recordings for this limited vinyl edition and had the new version pressed on colored vinyl.
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|Fabares, Shelley - Shelley! (LP, 10inch, Ltd.) LP (10 inch) 1|
|01||Johnny Angel||Shelley Fabares||
|02||Love Letters||Shelley Fabares||
|04||True Love||Shelley Fabares||
|05||Boy Of My Own||Shelley Fabares||
|06||Where's It Gonna Get Me||Shelley Fabares||
|07||Johnny Loves Me||Shelley Fabares||
|08||It's Been A Long, Long Time||Shelley Fabares||
|09||Funny Face||Shelley Fabares||
|10||I'm Growing Up||Shelley Fabares||
|12||Johnny Gets Angry||Shelley Fabares||
Shelley Fabares, born on Jan. 19, 1944, in Santa Monica, California, started as a dancer and actress, appearing in Rock Pretty Baby, before achieving public recognition on TV's The Donna Reed Show in the late Fifties. From here it was only a short step to a record contract with Stu Phillips' Colpix label (formed as a subsidiary of Columbia Pictures) where she immediately hit with the embarrassingly cute and wistful Lee Pockriss and Lyn Duddy song 'Johnny Angel', a No. 1 in 1962.
A year later, her record career was over. She had pursued the 'Johnny Angel' theme relentlessly but with declining success on 'Johnny Loves Me', 'The Things We Did Last Summer' and 'Ronnie, Call Me When You Get A Chance'. Later in 1963, she retired to marriage with Lou Adler.
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