45s to Cure Your March Madness

by Administrator 13. March 2020 10:50

We’ve got an awesome selection of 45s for you this March. Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, battling the Coronavirus or simply looking for new soul music, Parkers Records and Comics has you covered. With the world beginning to shut down, music might be the only source of entertainment available to us, so why not treat yourself to a fresh 45?

Big Dee Irwin: And Heaven Was Here/ Everybody’s Got a Dance But Me

 

Label: Dimension 1001. Released in 1962.

Label Owner: Nevins-Kirshener Assoc. Inc., Screen Gems, Inc. New York, N.Y.  (1962-1965)

A Side: And Heaven Was Here

B Side: Everybody’s Got a Dance But Me

Big Dee Irwin was born in Harlem, NY and actually started his music career during his time serving in the United States Air Force. Along his journey, Big Dee performed with many artists including Little Eva, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and many others. The 45 being presented to you today will give you a nice taste of what Big Dee Irwin is all about. “And Heaven Was Here” showcases Irwin’s big and soulful voice that so many were inspired by.

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Invincibles: How Many Times / I Couldn't Stand It


 

Label: Loma 2057. Released in 1966.

Label Owner: Mike Maitland, Bob Krasner. 4000 Warner Blvd. Burbank, Ca. (1964-1968)

A Side: How Many Times

B Side: I Couldn’t Stand It

The Invincibles are one of my personal favorite artists available in the Parkers inventory. If you aren’t familiar, this month’s 45 will give you a good look at what they are all about. Pure, soulful, and catchy are three adjectives that immediately come to my mind. This group just writes flat out good tunes. Although these two tracks deal with the hardships of relationships, the instrumentals alone are worth listening to if you can’t find yourself relating to the lyrics.

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Invitations: Girl I'm Leavin' You / The Skate


 

 

 

Label: MGM 13574. Released in 1966.

Founded by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Studio

A Side: Girl Im Leavin’ You

B Side: The Skate

You might recognize the Invitations from one of our previous blog posts (because we like them that much). We are ending this month’s post on an upbeat note – instrumentally speaking. If you are going through a heartbreak, “Girl I’m Leavin’ You” might help you push through and for anyone feeling a little bitter about a past relationship, put this 45 on and skate your way to happiness. If you like what you’ve heard, be sure to check out the rest of our Invitations 45s available from our store.

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