Bonnie & Shelia :: You Keep Me Hanging On

Wardell Quezergue loaded up a school bus with five acts, drove down to Malaco Studios in Jackson Mississippi, cut 7-inches in a single session, and drove back home. Within a couple of months two of those tracks were sure-fire, all-time hits. One-hit wonders, sure, but solid golden oldies none the less. But three of those tracks - the ones that were not King Floyd's "Groove Me" and Jean Knights "Mr. Big Stuff" - were all but lost to time.

Sitting somewhere alongside the future stars were . . .

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