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Tossin' & Turnin'

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Audio CD, April 14, 1994
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  • Audio CD (April 14, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relic
  • ASIN: B000006KZ4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,253,624 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zub VINE VOICE on March 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This collection of Bobby Lewis' Beltone recordings comes from the now-defunct Relic label, once a prolific issuer of mostly Doo-Wop groups' recordings. While there are few bells and whistles here, the primary attribute is the sound quality - the CD having been reconstructed, mixed and edited by the renowned Walter DeVenne.

All four of Lewis' charting singles, headed up by "Tossin' and Turnin' and "One Track Mind", are here along with thirteen other Beltone tracks. Many of the tracks appear in stereo (tracks 3,6,13 and 16 being the exceptions) and were taken, when possible, from the original master tapes. While the liner notes booklet does not have the polish of the big-name reissue houses, it does offer a biographical sketch on Lewis' musical career.

When all is said and done, the audio quality is what matters most in these reissues and for that, no apologies are necessary here. This piece deserves a place in the music library of both the collector and casual fan alike.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By majormusiclover TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
In the summer of 1961 Bobby Lewis had the #1 song on the pop chart,
"Tossin' and turnin'" it stayed on the chart for 23 weeks.
Before it fell off he had another hit on the chart with
"One track mind" top 10 hit in the fall of that same year.
Then in November was released yet a 3rd song in 1961,
but it failed to get much interest and
"What a walk" falled to have much chart success in 1961.

Lewis tried to get good air play again the next summer with a simaliar song,
"I'm tossin' and turnin' again", but it barely broke into the top 100 in 1962.
That was his last song to chart.

Those 4, and their b-sides are on this 18 track collection.
1. "Tossin' and turnin'" b/w "Oh yes, I love you" -- 1961
2. "One track mind" b/w "are you ready" -- 1961
3. "What a walk" b/w "Cry no more" -- 1961
4. "I'm tossin' and turnin' again" b/w "Nothin' but the blues" -- 1962

These 18 tracks reflect some fun/silly, happy carefree days.
All original recordings.
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"Tossin' and Turnin'" was always one of my favorite tunes to spin on the old juke box down at the old pinball arcade back in …………. It still is! -- and I'd hoped there would be some more chestnuts in this collection. Unfortunately, "T & T" remains by far the best song herein. "What A Walk" features a catchy turn, and "Lonely Teardrops" is decent, (tho not in the same league with the JW version). "Boom-a-Chick-Chick" is a tune I wish I'd heard before-- it makes me smile every time, and is doubtless the runner-up to "T&T". Still, it's all old-time Rock & Roll. Whaddya want for $6?
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