05/03/2012

Bill Haley & The Comets : You call everybody darling

The original version was cut by AL TRACE AND HIS NEW ORCHESTRA as You call everybody darlin', issued by REGENT (117) in June 1948. The song topped the US chart in August 1948 for two weeks. Vocal :  Bob Vincent. Written and composed by Sam Martin-Ben Trace-Clem Watts (alias Al Trace). Also recorded in the UK on 1948/07/26, the Andrews Sister's (acc. by the Billy Ternent Orchestra) cover version made US Billboard #8 in September. Released by Decca. 78r.p.m. reference 24490 as You call everybody darling.

http://youtu.be/7uClQMhqnjQ (Andrews Sisters' cover version)

As for Bill Haley & The Comets the song was recorded on 1963/01/22 and released by NICETOWN Records NT-5025 as of the B-side of Tandy in October 1963.

45rpm picture from http://www.d4haley.com

What's the difference between a cover version and a cover ? A cover version is quickly recorded and issued to thwart the one which is already in the chart(s). A cover will be recorded and issued later on.

 

 http://youtu.be/3vzRuOCyBvU  (You Call Everybody Darling by Bill Haley & The Comets)

Haley - NICETOWN Records - 1963.jpg

 

 


 

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