the farmer's daughters
and the traveling salesman?
"Let's Make A Memory")
the teen pop duo of Paul and Paula,
topped the chart with "Hey Paula."
That year 4 more Paul and Paula
singles reached the Hot 100.
By the end of 1963 the world had changed and in 1964 the Beatles and the British Invasion were a big part of the new normal. The best Paul and Paula could do that year was Bubble Under with their swan song "We'll Never Break Up For Good." They kept their promise.
Paul (Ray Hildebrand) and Paula (Jill Jackson) reunite from time to time and perform at special events.
singles on Frank Sinata's Reprise label including the three
featured here. Hard to believe none of them charted!
Listen now to Jill's pure, sweet voice as she sings the
ballad "All Over Again" released in the summer of '64.
a glorious single with a Popcorn beat. The term
Popcorn, as in Popcorn music, Popcorn Oldies
or Belgian Popcorn, refers to an underground
of a single that Mary Miller released in 1965.
The song was co-written by Dick St. John
of the singing duo of Dick and Dee Dee.
This girl pop ditty should have finished
in the top 40 but instead...diddly-squat!
me to tell you that one
in volume 2 of this series.