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Album Review

A Steady Date With Tommy Sands omits his most enduring track, "The Worrying Kind," but otherwise presents an adequate glimpse at the music of this teen idol. The recordings range from teen-oriented novelties ("Ring My Phone") to quasi-big band vocal material. One of the best songs on the set, "Blue Ribbon Baby," Sands co-wrote with a young Rod McKuen. This collection is adequate and affordable for those who are curious about Sands' music, but the omission of "The Worrying Kind" means that Bear Family's expansive single-disc Tommy Sands anthology is still the preferred collection.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The multi-talented Tommy Sands was born August 27, 1937, in Chicago, IL, to show-business parents. His entry into the business was no mistake, surprise, or happenstance, but genetic and inevitable. His father played piano and his mother sang. He took guitar lessons when he was eight years old and became an adequate axeman. By this time the Sands had moved to Houston, TX, where Sands got the acting bug. He moved to Los Angeles after high school and landed a job on Cliffie Stone's country & western...
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