Four CD set. Some Americans reference the music of their parents from the late 1950s to mid-1960s as the American Graffiti generation. The term coined by George Lucas in his movie homage to that period and the youth coming of age during that time. And so, RPM uses that reference as it's setting to focus on the records produced by a group of music companies operating in the 'tin pan alley' of New York from the Brill Building at 1619 Broadway and up around the block. A fascinating story emerges surrounding the growth of a group of independent US Publishing Companies, some 28 in number, the oldest of which Broadway Music was founded in 1914, and how by the end of 1968 all had come under the ownership of one, the Edward Kassner Music Company. New York Graffiti is set in the time when the song publishers launched their own in-house record labels. Over half the set is on CD for the first time with three tracks previously unreleased, two more freshly mixed down from multi track tapes. Many very collectable, such as the garage sound of The Barbarians, the early Neil Diamond as Neil & Jack, Northern and early Soul classics including those from Pat Hervey, Roger Pace, Linda Cumbo, Pat Jarvis, Sonny Stiles, The Kampells, Millie Foster, Curtis Knight. This gorgeous box set comprises over 100 tracks and 250 minutes of music. New York Graffiti - a romp through a decade of American Pop history, 1958-1968, following a specific set of Publishers and their record labels who mirrored all the key Pop music movements of that period: doo wop, rock 'n' roll, R&B, early soul, girl group, folk, beat, garage.
Four CD set. Some Americans reference the music of their parents from the late 1950s to mid-1960s as the American Graffiti generation. The term coined by George Lucas in his movie homage to that period and the youth coming of age during that time. And so, RPM uses that reference as it's setting to focus on the records produced by a group of music companies operating in the 'tin pan alley' of New York from the Brill Building at 1619 Broadway and up around the block. A fascinating story emerges surrounding the growth of a group of independent US Publishing Companies, some 28 in number, the oldest of which Broadway Music was founded in 1914, and how by the end of 1968 all had come under the ownership of one, the Edward Kassner Music Company. New York Graffiti is set in the time when the song publishers launched their own in-house record labels. Over half the set is on CD for the first time with three tracks previously unreleased, two more freshly mixed down from multi track tapes. Many very collectable, such as the garage sound of The Barbarians, the early Neil Diamond as Neil & Jack, Northern and early Soul classics including those from Pat Hervey, Roger Pace, Linda Cumbo, Pat Jarvis, Sonny Stiles, The Kampells, Millie Foster, Curtis Knight. This gorgeous box set comprises over 100 tracks and 250 minutes of music. New York Graffiti - a romp through a decade of American Pop history, 1958-1968, following a specific set of Publishers and their record labels who mirrored all the key Pop music movements of that period: doo wop, rock 'n' roll, R&B, early soul, girl group, folk, beat, garage.
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1. Ankle Bracelet - the Pyramids
2. Story Tellin' Baby - the Jodimars
3. Rock and Roll Kittens - Judy and Joyce
4. Sock Hop - the Gorman Sisters
5. Lavender Coffin - Russ Cassata
6. Blue Flute - Don Harper
7. I Am Yours - Richard Barrett and the Sevilles
8. But Are You Sure - Ronnie Mitchell
9. The King - Gregg Madden 1
10. Feelling This Thing Called Love - Wallie Hawkins 1
11. Baby You're a Long Time Dead - Freddie Scott 1
12. Boca Raton - Ronnie Mitchell 1
13. Pitter Patter - the Five Fleets 1
14. A Beautiful Love - Shirley Elliston 1
15. Lost the Right (Take 9) - Freddie Scott 1
16. Don't Believe Them - Wallie Hawkins 1
17. Feel So Bad - Earl Wade 1
18. Hurricane - Kenny Dana 1
19. You're Still My Baby - Earl Wade 2
20. Fools Fall in Love - Starfires 2
21. Hey You - the Imaginations 2
22. Shout! Shout! (Knock Yourself Out) - Ernie Maresca 2
23. It Was Like Heaven - Little Joey ; the Flips 2
24. Heart Breaker - Dean Christie 2
25. Love Is the Greatest Thing - the Delacardos 2
26. Oh Love (Stop Knockin on My Door) - Jamie Horton 2
27. Pretty Baby - Charlie Gracie 2
28. Bossa Rock - Bellino 2
29. When You've Got Love - Curtis Knight 3
30. Night and Day U.S.A. - Charlie Gracie 3
31. Wheel and Deal - Bill Roxy 3
32. Do You Want to Dance - Joey ; the Twisters 3
33. Early Sunday - Mort Garson and His Orchestra 3
34. Lovin' Time - the Hideaways 3
35. Go Shout It from a Mountain - Jamie Horton 3
36. Bobby's Girl - Marcie Blane 3
37. Love Wheel - Millie Foster 3
38. Jigsaw Puzzle - the Chelmars 3
39. A Fool's Memory - Ricky Shaw 4
40. Even Though - Susan Lynne 4
41. Lovin' Time - Sleepy King 4
42. You're Gonna Be Sorry - Curtis Knight 4
43. Bitterness - Millie Foster 4
44. There'll Be No Goodbyes - Susan Lynne 4
45. I'm Afraid - Neil ; Jack 4
46. Til You've Tried Love - Neil ; Jack 4
47. Bye Bye Travelin Man - Hughie Garrity 4
48. And the Hollywood Playboys 4
49. Real Churchy - Al Tousan 5
50. That's All I Need - Bobby Wood 5
51. Midnight Hassle - the Frank Virtue Combo 5
52. Nobody Knows - Michael Zara and the Compliments 5
53. Tell Me More - Scotty Carrol 5
54. Little Band of Gold - James Gilreath 5
55. Summers Come and Gone - the Brandywine Singers 5
56. Hootenanny - the Glencoves 5
57. Did I Think About You - Millie Foster 5
58. Will You Wait (PT 1) - Larry Banks 5
59. What a Thrill - Millie Foster 6
60. Devil's Waitin' (On Bald Mountain) - the Glencoves 6
61. 609 - Billy Duke 6
62. Larry - the Allen Sisters 6
63. The Sweetest Boy - the Kittens 6
64. You Got It Bad - the Kampells 6
65. The Street - Terry and the Tunisians 6
66. Snow Surfin' - Zeke Sheppard 6
67. Boys Cry - the Four Coins 6
68. Get Lost - the Sillaways 6
69. Just Like My Baby - Joan Berry 7
70. I'm Hurt and So Is My Heart - Little Gigi 7
71. Don't Deceive Me - Jimmy ; Jack 7
72. Just in the Nick of Time - Billy Lee 7
73. When I Meet a Girl Like You - the Pageboys 7
74. You've Got to Understand - the Barbarians 7
75. Pompton Turnpike - Floyd Morris 7
76. People in Love - the Taylor Brothers 7
77. Take the Bitter with the Sweet - Little Gigi 7
78. Hello Lady - Ludaway 7
79. I Don't Want to Make You Cry - Billy Lee 8
80. Sha la Lu Luma - the Twilights 8
81. Hey Little Bird - the Barbarians 8
82. I Have Love - the Pageboys 8
83. Dixatay - Billy Butterfield 8
84. Prisoner of Love - Billy Duke 8
85. Did You Ever Lose Your Mind Over a Boy -Linda Cumbo 8
86. The Hurtin Kind - Marcie Blane 8
87. It's Their World - Ernie Maresca 8
88. Fools Paradise - Bobby Wood 8
89. Now I'm at the Top - Scott Bedford Four 9
90. Four Times Faster - Fish 'N' Chips 9
91. Last Exit to Brooklyn - Scott Bedford Four 9
92. Girl Can't Take a Joke - the Druids 9
93. She Belongs to Me - Ray Emmett and the Superiors 9
94. You Day Is Coming - James Gilreath 9
95. The Truth Hurts - Dick Roman 9
96. The Minute My Back Was Turned - Roger Pace 9
97. Give a Little Bit - Sonny Stiles and His Kings Men 9
98. You Copped My Soul - the Demetrons 9
99. Here She Comes - Sonny Stiles and His Kings Men 10
100. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - Linda Cumbo 10
101. The Soul of My Man - Pat Jarvis 10
102. Can't Get You Out of My Mind -Pat Hervey with the Tiaras 10
103. It Took a Long Time Coming - Laura Lynn 10
104. Alley Pond Park - Culver Street Playground 10
105. Hate to See a Good Thing Have to Go - the Raggamuffins 10
106. Cry Alone - Guardians of the Rainbow 10
107. It Wasn't Happening at All - the Raggamuffins 10
108. You Can't Do That - Doris Willingham

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Four CD set. Some Americans reference the music of their parents from the late 1950s to mid-1960s as the American Graffiti generation. The term coined by George Lucas in his movie homage to that period and the youth coming of age during that time. And so, RPM uses that reference as it's setting to focus on the records produced by a group of music companies operating in the 'tin pan alley' of New York from the Brill Building at 1619 Broadway and up around the block. A fascinating story emerges surrounding the growth of a group of independent US Publishing Companies, some 28 in number, the oldest of which Broadway Music was founded in 1914, and how by the end of 1968 all had come under the ownership of one, the Edward Kassner Music Company. New York Graffiti is set in the time when the song publishers launched their own in-house record labels. Over half the set is on CD for the first time with three tracks previously unreleased, two more freshly mixed down from multi track tapes. Many very collectable, such as the garage sound of The Barbarians, the early Neil Diamond as Neil & Jack, Northern and early Soul classics including those from Pat Hervey, Roger Pace, Linda Cumbo, Pat Jarvis, Sonny Stiles, The Kampells, Millie Foster, Curtis Knight. This gorgeous box set comprises over 100 tracks and 250 minutes of music. New York Graffiti - a romp through a decade of American Pop history, 1958-1968, following a specific set of Publishers and their record labels who mirrored all the key Pop music movements of that period: doo wop, rock 'n' roll, R&B, early soul, girl group, folk, beat, garage.