Diane Renay: Navy Blue (stereo) Vinyl LP re-issue
I feel quite proud to be
chosen to introduce the very first album of a sensational new
When a talent like DIANE RENAY comes along with an
unmistakable smash sound like “NAVY BLUE," it doesn't take
long for the world to shout, “A star is born!" But we here at
WORC feel (and correct us if we're wrong) that we were the first
station to spot NAVY BLUE's potential. It not only became a champion
WORC contest winner, but rapidly established itself as #1 in our area
for many weeks, remaining near the top for a long time afterward.
We're happy to have played a small part in Diane Renay's record success.
As for little, blonde Diane Renay, there's no doubt that this vibrant bundle of showmanship is destined to be around for many moons . . . and this album will definitely secure her niche in the recording indus- try. Even a casual listening to the zestful KISS ME, SAILOR, the dreamy SOFT-SPOKEN GUY, the explosive BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS, or any of the other great songs inside, will confirm our opinion that Diane Renay, to use the well-worn phrase, “has what it takes."
Producer Bob Crewe,
and arranger Charles Calello, have created the perfect showcase for a
dynamic new performer capable of handling any type of material.
Listen, please, and you'll agree this is a fantastic, supersonic
DICK SMITH, Radio Station WORC, WORCESTER, MASS.
Article properties: Diane Renay: Navy Blue (stereo) Vinyl LP re-issue
|Renay, Diane - Navy Blue (stereo) Vinyl LP re-issue LP 1|
|01||Kiss Me Sailor|
|02||Soft - Spoken Guy|
|03||Please Forget Me|
|05||Man Of Mystery|
|07||Waitin' For Joey|
|08||Growin' Up To Fast|
|09||Bell Bottom Trousers|
|11||A Present From Eddie|
|12||Sooner Or Later|
|13||He Promised Me Forevermore|
|15||Billy Blue Eyes|
|16||Watch Out Sally|