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Saturday Night at the Oldies: The Forgotten and Underplayed

Betty Everett, You're No Good, 1963. More soulful than the 1975 Linda Ronstadt version. The Ikettes, I'm Blue, 1962. Lee Dorsey, Ya Ya, 1961. Simplicity itself. Three chords. I-IV-V progression. No bridge. Paul Anka, A Steel Guitar and a Glass...
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