Jeannie C. Riley "Sock Soul" LP (1968)
Details: Jeannie C. Riley, "Sock Soul," stereo pressing, Little Darlin' Records, 1968. Very light wear on corners near opening. Album cover still in shrink (but open). Record is in fantastic condition but for a few scuffs on side A, plays through--very little noise. Cleaned/sounds great!
Description: "Jeannie C. Riley is the biggest and hottest name in the Music business today. She is so dynamic that Little Darlin' Records has coined a new music term that applies to Jeannie: "Sock Soul." When this girl sings, that's exactly what you hear--Soul with a Sock to it.
Little Darlin' Records is proud to have discovered this wonderful talent and to bring her to the music listening public first. Jeannie began recording for Little DArlin' about eighteen months before her big success. Other records were released on her by Little Darlin' which are also available.
Jeannie C. Riley is a young, beautiful little girl from Anson, Texas. She has a great future ahead of her and, again, we are proud to have been a part of it all." - a message from Little Darlin' Records, 1968
Grade: VG+ (Record/Cover)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. The Heart He Kicks Around
A3. I'll Be A Woman Of The World
A4. I Don't Know What I'm Doing Here
A5. How Can Anything So Right Be So Wrong
A6. You Write The Music
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. What About Them
B2. Or Is It Love
B3. No One Ever Lost More
B4. One Slightly Used Wedding Band
B5. The Price I Pay To Stay
B6. Deaf, Dumb and Blind