Saturday, February 4, 2012

The Premieres "She's Always There" on King Records 1966

There are some really cool unexpected aspects of running a record store, like when an original King recording artist walks through the door and asks if you can play his 7", because he hasn't owned a turntable in decades.  We were happy to oblige Ron McElroy of Columbus, lead singer of the Premieres, who recorded this track and the flipside "I'm Better Off Now" with his group back in 1966.  He said that the day they recorded it, The Casinos were also there, laying down tracks for "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye."  We hope you enjoy the video!

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