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Please allow additional time if international delivery is subject to customs processing. Lip Sync To the Tongue Twisters. Like a Baby. It's a Cryin' Shame. It's That Time of the Year. Happily Ever After. I Struck It Rich. Retrieved January 27, The Book of Golden Discs 2nd ed. London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. London: Guinness World Records Limited. Retrieved January 26, The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits 8th ed. Billboard Books. Thanks guys - excellent information, as usual.
Cheers, Dave. Join Soul Source now! Log in to Soul Source Jump right back in! Log back in to Soul Source now! Followers 0. Go to topic listing. Album Only? Decca Record Wants by suinoz on Thu 22 Dec Edit Artist. Blue-eyed soul vocalist Len Barry paced several hits of the early '60s, both as a member of Dovells and as a solo act. Born in Philadelphia in , he debuted on wax as the vocalist for the single "Mope-Itty Mope," as recorded by the Boss-Tones.
The single "" became a big hit in , and just missed topping the charts. Amidst quickly changing times, however, Barry hit the Top 40 just twice more, with the early follow-ups "Like a Baby" and "Somewhere" the latter from West Side Story. He continued performing his entertaining stage act, and later moved into production as well.
Leonard Borisoff.Len Barry - My Kind Of Soul - RCA Victor - USA. Track: Artist: Title: Composer: Rating: A1: Len Barry: The Moving Finger Writes: Borisoff, Eli, Wisner.