Patty Duke Sings Songs from Valley of the Dolls / Sings Folk Songs

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  • Label: Real Gone Music


  • 1.It's Impossible
  • 2.Come Live With Me
  • 3.Give A Little More
  • 4.I'll Plant My Own Tree
  • 5.Theme from the Valley of the Dolls
  • 6.My Own Little Place
  • 7.Half-Hearted Kisses
  • 8.Roses Are Red
  • 9.A Million things to Do
  • 10.Forever Yours
  • 11.Learn to Live With Your Heartbreak
  • 12.I Want Your Love
  • 13.Colors
  • 14.The Cruel War
  • 15.The Best Is Yet to Come
  • 16.And We Were Strangers
  • 17.Puff the Magic Dragon
  • 18.The Bells of Rhymney
  • 19.Time to Move On
  • 20.Donna, Donna
  • 21.Shine For Me
  • 22.The Housewife's Lament
  • 23.Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye
  • 24.Blowin' in the Wind

Product Description:

There was a lot of competition in the mid-'60s for the title of America's Most Popular Teenager, but a convincing case can be made that Patty Duke was IT. In 1962, at the age of 16, she became the youngest actress ever to win an Academy Award for her portrayal of Helen Keller in the film The Miracle Worker, a role she originated on Broadway. Then, in 1963, she was given her own series, The Patty Duke Show, in which she played two different leading roles of "identical cousins" (an ironic circumstance given Patty's bouts of manic depression and her later championing of the cause). Like so many teen stars before and after her, stardom on television quickly translated into a recording contract and appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, Shindig! and The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, resulting in four albums for United Artists, the last two of which we are reissuing with bonus tracks. 1967's Sings Songs from Valley of the Dolls was a darker, more mature album as befitting her controversial role in the film Valley of the Dolls; we've paired that album with the never-before released album of folk songs she recorded with United Artists in 1968! Sings Songs from Valley of the Dolls also has never been on CD, and both albums are mastered from the original master tapes. The liner notes feature additional photos and quotes from Patty Duke herself?long-lost music from one of the truly iconic figures in '60s pop culture!

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  • UPC: 848064001218
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