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Performance title : I still love you all

Artist name : The Campus Kids

Release title : I still love you all

Release date : July 1962

Record label : ABC-Paramount (US) - (Sparton-Canada)

Catalogue number : 45-10344

Format : 7"


Links (to verify) :



Remarks : Contet-Glanzberg-Don Raye

Tainted Love was orginally recorded by Gloria Jones in 1964 and written by former Four Prep member Edward C. Cobb. Tainted Love refuses to die. The Gloria Jones single ended up in a Leeds club in the late '70's, and was heard by Dave Ball. He presented the song to Marc Almond in early 1981, and the rest is history. [#1 world-wide]


My guess is it's recorded as a single (on Uptown records?)


Champion 14003, 1964 (probably a sub-sub label of Uptown/Capitol/EMI) - 7 inches unissued on Uptown in the U.S.A. ;-)

Spinning Wheel


We currently have this as a Blood, Sweat & Tears original. According to for instance http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Clayton-Thomas , the David Clayton-Thomas Combine recorded this first, possibly in or around February 1968 (as suggested by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luke_&_The_Apostles)


What I can't find right away:

  • Proof that it was recorded : NL CBS 4220, June 1969 for the 7" single (CAN #1, NL #23, US #2)
  • Release information if there is any: B-side of More and more - both from the LP Blood, Sweat & Tears, NL S 63504, issued in January 1969. US chart #1 (from March) for 7 weeks and sells over 2 million copies by the end of the year, while laying the ground rules for most of the 70s rock/jazz fusion boom. ;-)

"Sam" alias Jack Sels - other aliases: Rockin' Sam, Sam and The Saxtones, Sam and His Rocking Five.

I still love you all : publié en France sur un EP Barclay 70396 en 09/1961. Réédité sur SUPREME Records S 110 en novembre 1982 distribué par A.M.G. RECORDS Belgique.

Le site web de Jack Sels semble dire (je pense) que son EP daterait de 1955 inclus Margie/Marie/My lonely hearts sings !!!...

http://www.encyclopedisque.fr/artiste/18505.html

http://antiek.telenet.be/jackselsdiscography.htm

Vince Riccio's cover was recorded from Les Chaussettes Noires' which also recorded Madame ! Madame ! [(on, July 19, 1961 at Studio Barclay Hoche - Paris (source: CD Polydor 523095 2, 1994 "EDDY MITCHELL SESSIONS") EP Barclay N° 70391 (A1) 1st Published in Sep. '61)] (from Padam...padam) by Edith Piaf, Pub. in 1951.)