Kathy Young & The Innocents — A Thousand Stars 1998 (USA, Doo Wop/Early Pop)

Исполнитель: Kathy Young & The Innocents
Откуда: USA
Альбом: A Thousand Stars
Год выхода: 1998 (recorded in 1960-1964)
Жанр: Doo Wop/Early Pop
Формат: MP3 CBR 320
Размер архива: 135.8 МB

Kathy Young (born October 21, 1945) is an American teen pop singer during early 1960s, whose rendition, at age 15, of «A Thousand Stars», rose to #3 on Billboard Hot 100. A native of Southern California, Kathy Young was born in the Orange County seat, Santa Ana, and rose to stardom in 1960 when Jim Lee, a producer at Indigo Records who, two years earlier, organized the Sun Valley-based band, The Innocents, and arranged their appearance on Wink Martindale’s pop music TV show, asked them to sing backup vocals for her on the cover version of the song which had been a hit in 1954 for The Rivileers, «A Thousand Stars». In December, two months after her 15th birthday, Kathy Young and The Innocents peaked at #6 on the Black Singles chart, and at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Young’s follow-up was «Happy Birthday Blues», which hit #30 on the Hot 100 in 1961. Subsequent singles, such as «Magic Is the Night» and «The Great Pretender», missed the Top 40. In July 1961, Kathy Young joined top performers Brenda Lee, The Shirelles, Bobby Vee, Etta James, Gene McDaniels, The Ventures, Clarence «Frogman» Henry, The Fleetwoods, The Innocents and Jerry Lee Lewis on DJ Alan Freed’s highly-publicized new American road show. In 1962 she followed Brenda Lee to Monogram Records, recording solo and with Chicano rock singer Chris Montez. Still a teenager, she saw her promising career slowing to a standstill and, in 1964, traveled to London where she married American singer-songwriter John Maus, whose stage name was John Walker. The marriage to Maus, remembered as the founder of The Walker Brothers, a pop group most successful in the 1960s, particularly in the United Kingdom, lasted from 1965 to 1968. Returning to the U.S. in 1969, she remarried two years later and over the next twenty years raised children and helped manage the family citrus ranch in Central California. After a move back to Los Angeles in 1994, she began working for a major international company, while also coming home to her original passion, music and, in the 2000s, performing on numerous rock shows at venues such as the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and New Jersey’s Izod Center at the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

Tracks:
01. A Thousand Stars In The Sky — 3:15
02. Eddie My Darling — 1:55
03. Baby Oh Baby — 3:00
04. Magic Is The Night — 2:31
05. Sparkle And Shine — 2:06
06. The Great Pretender — 3:08
07. Our Parents Talked It Over — 2:47
08. Happy Birthday Blues — 3:08
09. Angel Baby — 3:07
10. Du Du’nt Du — 1:59
11. Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes) — 2:29
12. Just As Though You Were Here — 2:27
13. Send Her Away — 2:19
14. Lonely Blue Nights — 2:22
15. Someone To Love — 1:57
16. Please Love Me Forever — 2:42
17. Dream Awhile — 2:35
18. Angel On My Shoulder — 2:29
19. Will You Love Me Tomorrow — 2:15
20. All You Had To Do Was Tell Me — 2:22
21. You’re The One — 2:04
22. It Takes Two — 2:23
23. Shoot That Curl — 2:23
24. A Thousand Stars (Take 15 & 16) — 3:48

Personnel:
Kathy Young — vocals
The Innocents:
James West — first tenor, lead vocals
Darron Stankey — second tenor
Al Candelaria — baritone

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