Shirelles "Sweet Soul From The Shirelles" 2 x LP (1972)
Shirelles "Sweet Soul From The Shirelles" 2 x LP (1972)
Shirelles "Sweet Soul From The Shirelles" 2 x LP (1972)
Shirelles "Sweet Soul From The Shirelles" 2 x LP (1972)
Springboard Records

Shirelles "Sweet Soul From The Shirelles" 2 x LP (1972)

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Details: Double LP album of The Shirelles Springboard Records 1972 compilation featuring the hits I Met Him On A Sunday, Soldier Boy, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, Tonight's the Night, and others! Album cover has quite a bit of ring and corner/edge wear and records are in very good, plus condition.

Description: "Theirs were the songs that went with the first kiss, the first woolly track sweater around the shoulder, the first excited, giggling girl-session among the bunk beds and romance comic books. And, 20 years later, the Shirelles instantly bring back memories of first blushes and bruises. The Shirelles were the first of the girl groups that exploded on the rhythm 'n' blues scene in the late 1950s  going on to become internationally successful ... For five years in the late '50s and early '60s, after the success of "Dedicated," their first gold record, and "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," a 3-million seller written by Carole King, the Shirelles were voted the No. 1 Female Vocal Group by all the music trades. At the time, Lee remembered, they were pioneers.."--Jaqueline Trescott, The Washington Post (1978)

Grade: VG (Cover) / VG+ (Records)


A1. Dedicated To The One I Love
A2. Baby It's You
A3. Stop The Music
A4. Mama Said
A5. A Thing Of The Past
A6. Welcome Home Baby


B1. Tonight's The Night
B2. Thank You Baby
B3. It's Love That Really Counts (In The Long Run)
B4. Everybody Loves A Lover
B5. I Met Him On A Sunday


C1. Soldier Boy
C2. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
C3. Foolish Little Girl
C4. Lonely Teardrops
C5. What A Sweet Thing That Was
C6. Blue Holiday


D1. To Know Him Is To Love Him
D2. I Don't Want To Cry No More
D3. When The Boys Talk About The Girls
D4. Don't Say Goodnight And Mean Goodbye
D5. Big John (Ain't You Gonna Marry Me)