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It was such a fertile period. Many of the songs feel like "firsts" with a lot of risk-taking. It's funny to me how half of the songs or thereabouts were B-sides. I love the Irma Thomas song -- it rocks hard. I'm assuming you were in South America around that time. It'd be interesting to know what was playing on the radio there, then. Thanks for taking a look at the post and for the comment. Yo, Casey. Thanks for taking a look and for your kind words. I wish I knew the field better but what little I do know -- this music just cooks.
Dear Babsy, I hereby disavow myself of any understatement, especially as applied to these fine singers. Thanks for taking a look and for your warm words. I can safely say that you're the first Babsy who's ever commented here. I can safely say that you're the only Babsy who's ever commented here! That is what I can safely say. In terms of what was playing in South America when I was living there: not much in the way of US popular music.
There was only one daily broadcast of US popular music on a local radio station in Montevideo, where I lived during this era; the theme music was "Telstar"!
Hey Ted, Thanks for the scoop on Montevideo.