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Gosh, I thought these were called "Customer Reviews" but everyone else seems to think this is some kind of direct line to request songs from iTunes! Newsflash: iTunes would LOVE to sell you those other songs but the labels that own them won't license them! This CD, on the otherhand, is considered the Paris Sisters' forgotten masterpiece. Released on Reprise in 1965, it spawned FOUR singles, but has always been overshadowed by their earlier, bigger hits with Phil Spector. Open your mind, sample a few songs, and you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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I looked up the Paris Sisters because I really love and want to buy the song 'I love the Way You Love Me' but cannot find it on itunes. Please add it!

Please add "I Love How You Love Me" to iTunes

The Paris Sisters (Priscilla, Sherell & Albeth) had two U.S. Top 40 single hits - "I Love How You Love Me" (1961, #5) and "He Knows I Love Him Too Much" (1962, #34), both produced by Phil Spector. Where are they? I am so disappointed that you don't have them.


Formed: 1954 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s

The Paris Sisters bridged the gap separating the traditional vocal pop of the post-World War II era from the equally generation-defining girl group sound that emerged in the wake of rock & roll. By the 1961 release of their Phil Spector-produced breakthrough "I Love How You Love Me," the siblings were already longtime veterans of the music business. Albeth (the oldest), Sherrell (the middle child), and Priscilla Paris (the baby) were born and raised in San Francisco. Their mother, Faye, was the quintessential...
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