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WHY IS STEVE PURPLE IN THIS PHOTO?

Despite the strange coloring of the CD cover photo, this is a good collection of Steve Alaimo singles. While missing a few early hits, it makes up for it with a slew of forgotten singles from his ABC-Paramount, Atco and Entrance label releases. Better still, these are all ORIGINAL VERSIONS that extend from 1959 through 1972. Since Steve had the most charters by any artist WITHOUT a Top 40 hit, this is a serious oldie fan's dream come true!

Dr Molar

The song "Denver" contains many "skips". Try purchasing it on the other album until ITunes addresses the problem.

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I bought the song "Denver" before I read the reviews. Should have read first. Don't buy this cut, it's full of skips. The track on other albums is okay but unfortunately I have now bought the same song twice.

Biography

Born: December 6, 1940 in Rochester, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s

Steve Alaimo recorded several albums in the early '60s, but is best remembered for hosting and co-producing Dick Clark's Where the Action Is TV show later that decade. A native of Rochester, NY, Alaimo was studying at the University of Miami when he formed the Redcoats, who scored a local hit with "I Want You to Love Me." He signed to the Checker label as a solo act early in the '60s and released two unsuccessful albums, Twist with Steve Alaimo and Mashed Potatoes. Alaimo had grazed the Top 100 in...
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  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Oct 19, 2004

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