Category: Jazz

Sweet Nothins - Helen Shapiro - Tops With Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. HELEN was born in Bethnal Green and bought up in Clapton East plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo the release of her singles 'Don't Treat Me Like A Child'[No. 3], 'You Don't Know' [No. 1] and "Tell Me What He Said" [No. 2] at the tender age of fourteen she achieved international stardom, following up these discs with half a dozen more single hits plus best selling EP's and LP's.
  2. This compilation features her first seven singles, the Jazzy Helen EP, and the Tops With Me LP, all of which were substantial UK and worldwide?hits during /5(13).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 'Tops' With Me on Discogs. Label: Columbia - 33 MSX ,Columbia - 33MSX • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Vocal.
  4. Sweet nothings are words exchanged between two lovers and usually portrayed in stories after an intimate scene or sometimes when two lovers are reunited. In a personal opinion, I believe they fall under simple things like "You'll never know how much I truly love you." Or "You're my best dream to come true.".
  5. Take it from a Texas living country/Helen Shapiro lovin' guy this album released in contains some of the best songs Helen ever recorded. Featuring Elvis' Jordanires as back up vocalists, musicians Boots Randolph and Grady Martin to name a few, it's tragic that Columbia didn't get behind this album with more promotion/5(6).
  6. Jul 01,  · Tops With Me, an Album by Helen Shapiro. Released 10 March on Columbia (EMI) (catalog no. 33SX ; Vinyl LP)/5(21).
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Atlantic Rhythm & Blues [Box] - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This eight-CD set should be a part of any.
  8. And on her first album, 'Tops' With Me (as well as on her Helen Hits Out LP), she would sing remakes of American rock 'n' roll hits, including Brenda Lee's "Sweet Nothin's" and Connie Francis' "Lipstick on Your Collar." Interestingly, none of Helen's hits appeared on LP until her fifth album, a "best of" package.
  9. Helen Shapiro. She was born Helen Kate Shapiro on 28th September in Bethnal Green, London, the granddaughter of Russian Jewish immigrants. Her parents were pieceworkers in the garments industry and she had a fairly straightforward - if underprivileged - working class upbringing, spending her early childhood in council house in Clapton.