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my heart stood still 45 rpm single

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  • Vinyl
  • Label: JULIA
  • ASIN: B0041436C0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Personal details on 1960s female vocalist Bernadette Carroll are virtually non-existent, as is confirmation of the rumor that she may also have recorded under the pseudonym Nancy Baron. Perhaps that’s why we have yet to see a compilation put together covering her music for that devoted element of the collectors world who are trying to gather together all the released (or even unreleased) sides by those from that era now regarded as part and parcel of what has become known as The Girl Group Sound (solo vocalists are included in that genre).

We do know that, as Bernadette Carroll, she had these two singles released in 1962 for the tiny Julia Records - My Heart Stood Still/Sweet Sugar Sweet (Julia 1106) and Laughing On The Outside/The Humpty-Dump (Julia 1108). What isn’t clear is if she then turned up at Chelsea Records in 1963 to record I’ve Got A Feeling/Oh Yeah (Chelsea 102) as Nancy Baron, and then at Diamond Records the same year to cut - again as Nancy Baron - Where Did My Jimmy Go?/Tra La La I Love You (Diamond 107). I suspect anyone wanting to put together a truly comprehensive anthology of her music is waiting until that is cleared up. It seems Ms. Carroll is not cooperating.

Her most extensive stay at any one label was, as Bernadette Carroll, with Laurie Records where she enjoyed her only hit in May 1964 with the # 47 Billboard Pop Hot 100 Party Girl b/w I Don’t Wanna Know on Laurie 3238. Not a bad result, in retrospect, considering that she was flying in the teeth of the British Invasion by then, a factor that likely prevented her from enjoying more commercial success.
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