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It's Great...It's Molly Bee

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MGM Records
  • ASIN: B001B8OGJ6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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By George O'Leary TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 17, 2014
Format: Vinyl
Anyone who was around during TV's earliest years will likely know of the partly Native American Country vocalist Molly Bee (born Molly Beachboard in Oklahoma City on August 18, 1939 but whose family moved to Tucson in the late 1940s. When she was 10 she began a string of guest appearances on Rex Allen's radio show under her birth name before she and her family moved again, this time to Los Angeles in 1950. There, now using the stage name Molly Bee, she secured a contract as a regular on the KTLA-TV Saturday night show Hometown Jamboree, hosted by Cliffie Stone. In 1952, at age 13, she won the role as Pinky Lee's pal on The Pinky Lee Show, also appeared in the TV series The Range Rider, and hooked up with Johnny Mercer's Capitol Records where she would cut 9 singles into 1954 (see the Comments below). Of those, only the 1952 Christmas release, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, made it to the national charts at # 19 Pop on Capitol F2285 b/w Willy Claus (Little Son Of Santa Claus) - both backed by the Van Alexander Orchestra.

In 1954 she appeared in the film short Coral Cuties before becoming a regular on NBC-TV's daytime The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show which first aired on January 3, 1955 and ran to summer 1957. She then tried film, starring in such vehicles as Going Steady, The Chartreuse Caboose and Young Swingers, Broadway musicals (The Boy Friend, Paint Your Wagon and Finian's Rainbow) and then drifted back to TV, appearing as a guest on things like The Gisele Mackenzie Show as well as programs hosted by Steve Allen, Jimmy Dean and Red Foley, among others. A tour with Bob Hope's USO aggregation in the 1960s was followed by a featured appearance in Dick Clark's Swingin' Country on NBC-TV along with Roy Clark and Dusty Draper.
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Format: Vinyl
A wonderful performance by Molly, originally released in the '60s.
All the songs were made famous by legend country music performers such as Chet Atkins, Buck Owens, Connie Smith, and etc.
But Molly's interpretations makes them sound like her originals. All beautifully done.
I own this record and I don't know how many times I played it. It is now worn out scratchy.
I only wish that someone remasters the recording and release this in CD format.
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