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Susan Maughan - Poor Boy FLAC album


Performer: Susan Maughan
Genre: Pop music
Title: Poor Boy
Released: 1965
FLAC version ZIP size: 1585 mb
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Rating: 4.1
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Unfortunately, Susan Maughan's chart career was short lived as she was unable to consolidate her hit credentials with a substantial follow-up. She had the opportunity to cover the Exciters' 'Tell Him', but the number was foolishly rejected as 'unsuitable' by her manager and the benefit went to Billie Davis. Nevertheless, Susan Maughan remained a top live performer throughout the 1960s and 'Bobby's Girl' helped sustain a lengthy and eventful show business career over the next several decades. 1950s & 1960s 45rpm UK Discography.

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British singer Susan Maughan scored just one hit, 1962’s Bobby girl, but continues to make a rewarding career from it. Throughout the 1960s and into the 1970s she issued a string of high-quality releases, including – somewhat unusually for girl singers of the period – a number she had written herself. In 1971 came a switch to the Spark label, then to Ember for the release of her This is me album in 1974 and several singles including El bimbo – which was also recorded by a host of other European girl singers, including Italy’s Rosanna Fratello and Finland’s Marion Rung. By the late 1970s and 80s, Susan had carved a niche in pantomime work and as a regular fixture on the 1960s nostalgia circuit.

Susan Maughan (born Marian Maughan, 1 July 1938,) is an English singer who released successful singles in the 1960s. Her most famous and successful song, "Bobby's Girl" (a cover of the Marcie Blane single), reached number three in the UK Singles Chart at Christmas time in 1962. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Best of Susan Maughan Album.

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A Poor Boy
Written-By – Weinstein*, Randazzo*
B Your Girl
Written-By – Catana*, Trimachi*

Credits

  • Directed By – Reg Guest
Dogrel
When the need arose, Susan could certainly 'belt it out', as she does towards the end of this song. Personally, I felt that on this occasion, it was a little 'over dramatic' in the context of the words of the song, which seems to just be the 'usual' theme - no-one likes him because he's poor, but when the girl sees him, she falls in love with him. I think Reg Guest as director could have done a take with a more restrained vocal at the end, which would have given a more appropriate mood. Just my opinion.....