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Not just the title song

Yes, the title song is a real gem, one of the best Barry-Greenwich productions. But what makes this album worthy of purchase is the fact that the recordings are in stereo, whereas a lot of CDs that include Dixie Cups tracks offer the mono versions. On a few tracks you get to hear studio chatter between Jeff Barry and the singers. Every track is worth having.

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get that song, its the best and only worth while song. but the rest arent bad.

More than just a one hit wonder...

Buy people's amazing!


Formed: 1963 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A '60s girl group, the Dixie Cups consisted of one cousin (Joan Marie Johnson) and two sisters (Barbara Ann Hawkins and Rosa Lee Hawkins). All three young ladies were from New Orleans, as was producer and singer Joe Jones, who discovered the talented threesome and took them to New York. The trio was almost known as the Meltones -- or worse, Little Miss and the Muffets -- but the name Dixie Cups was settled on by 1964. That was the year the girls recorded the well-remembered song "Chapel of Love"...
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