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This collection, originally released in 1965, was reissued for CD in 1987 with digitally remastered sound and eight additional tracks, including her last major pop hit from 1967, "California Nights." It's a compact, concise overview of Gore's '60s heyday.

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A great peice of American music history

This is a great collection of songs from one of the most prominent singers of her time. The songs are great reminder of a by-gone era of fun and innocense. This is great album for "cruisin' down the road" or "taking a stroll down memorie lane." Tracks featured just want to make you sing along. So I give it top ratings.

Our most listened to album.

Growing up, I listened to this album because it was fun, upbeat and the songs told a story. Now as the mother of daughters, I can tell you that this is the album that is most requested on road trips because of its catchy tunes and lyrics.

guilty pleasure

I had it bad for her when I was a kid; somehow, she was even more appealling when I found out she was gay . . . . . .


Born: May 2, 1946 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

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

The most commercially successful solo singer to be identified with the girl group sound, Lesley Gore hit the number one spot with her very first release, "It's My Party," in 1963. Produced by Quincy Jones, who fattened the teenager's sound with double-tracked vocals and intricate backup vocals and horns, she reeled off a few more big hits in 1963 and 1964, including "Judy's Turn to Cry," "She's a Fool," "You Don't Own Me," "That's the Way Boys Are," and "Maybe I Know." She wasn't the most soulful...
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