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river of tears / i'll come running 45 rpm single

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  • Vinyl
  • Label: RITA
  • ASIN: B00411FTEQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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By George O'Leary TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 3, 2015
Format: Vinyl
Since the advent of the CD in the early 1980s there have been many compilations put forward on those who are forever regarded as among the legitimate One-Hit Wonders of the industry, i.e., just one nationally-charting side on any of the Billboard Pop Top/Hot 100, R&B or Country charts. One who has been completely overlooked is Harold Dorman, born December 23, 1926 in Drew, Mississippi whose self-penned Mountain Of Love vaulted him into national prominence in the Feb to April period of 1960 by rising to # 7 R&B and # 21 Pop Hot 100 b/w To Be With You for the small Tennessee label Rita 1003, co-owned by Rockabilly star Billy Lee Riley and Sun studio guitarist Roland Janes.

That, however, would be it as no further Rita sides, nor any cut at the larger Sun Records or Santo Records could again dent any national listings. His one hit, however, did bring in royalties as the years went by as it was covered by Johnny Rivers (# 9 Pop Hot 100 in 1964), Ronnie Dove (# 67 Pop Hot 100 in 1968), Bobby G. Rice (# 20 Country in 1971), and Charley Pride (# 1 Country in 1982). Also recording it for albums were the likes of The Beach Boys, Tommy Cash, Bruce Springsteen and Narvel Felts. Not a bad legacy.

In 1999, Bear Family of Germany did release a vinyl album titled "Mountain Of Love" containing: 1.Mountain Of Love; 2. I'll Come Running; 3. Sounds Like Big Trouble; 4. Remember Me; 5. Is She Willing To Forget?; 6. Do You Want To Go Steady?; 7. Mister Tears; 8. Love Will Find A Way; 9. Mountain Of Love; 10. Moving Up To Love; 11. Moved to Kansas City; 12. Let There Be Love; 13. Diamond Rings, Teddy Bears; 14. Soda Pop Baby; 15. Sweet, Sweet Love; 16. Lonely Nights. To my knowledge, however, it has never been been re-formatted for CD.
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