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Released August 26, 2015

Debbie Dovale
Hey Lover
on
What A Guy
Warner Girl Group Nuggets
Volume 3

WPCR-16657

Released June 25, 2012

Have Mercy
The Songs Of Don Covay

CDTOP 1341
w/ John Berry - Don Covay compositions
performed by Wanda Jackson, Gene Vincent,
Chubby Checker, Connie Francis and The Rollers


DEBBIE DOVALE'S
First Record:

NATALIE:
W 1147 I Wish That I Could Cry
(Rogers - Hammerstein) /
W 1148 Two Horses In Love
(On A Merry-Go-Round)
(Lennie Martin - Walter Myers)
January 31, 1955
~ World W 105


World W 101
Joe Negri
Billboard (BB) Review
June 26, 1961

World W 102
Pennants
BB Rvw October 9, 1961

World W 103
Peacemakers
BB Rvw October 9, 1961

World W 104
Terri Robbins
BB Rvw October 2, 1961
CB Rvw October 14, 1961


Original release
DEBBIE DOVALE:
Produced by Nick Cenci
(& Arranged by Ty Lemley)
(TM 0666)
Hey Lover
(J. Berry - D. Covay)
September 11, 1963 /
(TM 0667)
This World We Love In
(il cielo in una stanza)
(Toang-Mogol-Raye)
English words by Don Raye
Toang = Renato Angiolini
Mogol = Guilio Rapetti
July 20, 1960
~ Ricky 105


Entered KQV Pittsburgh September 1, 1963, #7, 11 Weeks
Entered WLS Chicago October 4, 1963, #11, 7 Weeks
Entered Billboard October 19, 1963, #81, 8 Weeks
Entered Cash Box November 2, 1963, #75, 6 Weeks
Entered Music Vendor November 9, 1963, #95, 1 Week

Produced by Nick Cenci
(& Arranged by Ty Lemley)
DEBBIE DOVALE:
(17757)
Hey Lover
(John Berry-Don Covay)
September 11, 1963 /
(17758)
This World We Love In
(il cielo in una stanza)
(Toang-Mogol-Raye)
English words by Don Raye
Toang = Renato Angiolini
Mogol = Guilio Rapetti
July 20, 1960
Original (?) version by
Leda Devi
(Vesuvius 1023, 1961)
~ Roulette R-4521
BB ad Oct 5, 1963
BB rvw Oct 12, 1963


Cash Box ad
October 12, 1963:


Japan


Canada


Australia


France

EP ROULETTE 65003 FRANCE



~ Courtesy J. Rausch


January 8, 1964

(17912)
Lou Christie:
There They Go
Roulette R-4545 B

(17913)
Lou Christie:
Maybe You'll Be There
Roulette R-4554 B

(17914)
Lou Christie:
Outside The Gates Of Heaven
Co & Ce C-235

(17915)
Lou Christie:
You May Be Holding My Baby
Roulette LP SR-25332


(17916)
The Essex:
What Did I Do
Roulette R-4542
BB Rvw February 22, 1964


Produced by Nick Cenci:
DEBBIE DOVALE:
(17917)
Come Home (2:27)
(Robert Johnson)
J & C Music (BMI) July 28, 1955 /

Produced by Nick Cenci & Henry Glover:
DEBBIE DOVALE:
(17918)
I'm My Own Doctor (2:00)
(Adam R. Levy-Ware Glover)
Planetary Music Pub. Corp. &
Doris Gee Music Co. (ASCAP)
February 14, 1964
~ Roulette R-4543
BB rvw Feb 22, 1964:


Come Home
later recorded by
Barbara Lewis
Master 8189 (2:39)
Recorded Sept 22, 1964, Chicago
Atlantic single 45-2255 B
BB rvw Oct 24, 1964


Debbie Dovale's "Hey Lover"
on

Love Power:
Hard To Find
US Hot 100 Hits Of The 60's

UK Sequel CD
Released April 25, 1996


Debbie Dovale's "Hey Lover"
on

Early Girls Volume Three
Ace CD CHD 775
Released September 25, 2000


DEBBIE DOVALE's
"Hey Lover" &
"I'm My Own Doctor"
on

The Trouble With Boys:
Here Come The Girls, Volume 7

Sequel CD 752, 1995


Roulette album R-25247
Golden Goodies of 1963, Volume 18
Easier Said Than Done - Essex / The Gypsy Cried - Lou Christie / Hot Pastrami - Joey Dee / She's Got Everything - Essex / Man's Temptation - Gene Chandler / HEY LOVER - DEBBIE DOVALE / Two Faces Have I - Lou Christie / I (Who Have Nothing) - Ben E. King / A Walkin' Miracle - Essex / El Watusi - Ray Barretto / Make It Easy On Yourself - Jerry Butler / Rainbow - Gene Chandler


HEY LOVER
1-34105
Cover Version by
Ginny Satin
Philips Single 40261
[Recorded November 1964]
Produced by
Jay Darrow & John Gluck
Arranged & Conducted
by Charles Calello /
Where Did All The Good Times Go
1-34104
Produced by Jay Darrow
Arranged & Conducted
by Frank Owens


Ginny Satin's real name is Diane King
She also recorded as
Diane Castle:
64XY-591 Cry Bobby Cry /
64XY-592 My Heart Belongs To A Devil Of A Boy
MGM single K13244, 1964


HEY LOVER
UK Cover Version by
Susan Maughan
Philips Single BF 1301
AD & Review
NME January 3, 1964


Five Empressions
(later, Five Emprees):
ZTSC 104185 Little Miss Sad
(Don & Dick Addrisi)
Copyright November 2, 1964 /
ZTSC 104186 HEY LOVER
(J. Berry - Don Covay)
Freeport FR-1001
BB rvw August 14, 1965

BB article August 14, 1965
'Five Empressions Change Name'

BB ad August 7, 1965
First played on WLS week of July 23, 1965
First WLS chart to list The Five EMPREES August 13, 1965
WLS peak #3 August 27, 1965 (?)
Ent BB August 28, 1965 peak #74

Five Emprees:
Singing Little Miss Sad And Other Hits
Aka A Whole Lotta The Five Emprees
Freeport LP FR-3001 (Mono) / FRS-4001 (Stereo)
XCTV-107028-1A /
XCTV-107029-1A
Arranged by Bob Richards
Engineer: Robert M. Kidder
Liner Notes: Irv Garmisa
Side 1:
Little Miss Sad
HEY LOVER
Tell Her No
Georgianna
Over The Mountain
Running Bear
Side 2:
Mama Didn't Know
Pretty Woman
Oh Carol
Hey Baby
Johnny B. Goode
Why

Five Emprees:
HEY LOVER /
Johnny B. Goode
Freeport FR-1010
CB & BB rvws April 16, 1966
Sweet full bodied romancer. Loads of teen appeal in both the gentle vocal effort and the soft insistent ork backing. Watch for early reaction.


Debbie Dovale's
Hey Lover
Peaked at #10 on
WLS November 8, 1963


HEY LOVER 2:22
by The Daughters Of Eve

USA Records single
Ter-Mar Master TM-1780
October 1966


HEY LOVER 3:13
by The Ghosters
(Don, Mike, Guy, Lance)
Ghost Records single, 1967


LOU CHRISTIE
ORIGINAL SINNER:

THE VERY BEST OF THE MGM RECORDINGS
(RPM 284)


Lou Christie &
The Tammys
Egyptian Shumba