- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
Bobby Marchan played with Huey "Piano" Smith and the Clowns, toured with Shirley & Lee, and led his own band, the Tick Tocks, before striking out on his own in the late '50s. As part of the Powder Box Revue, he was also one of the most successful female impersonators of his day! His biggest Pop hit (also a #1 R&B hit) "There's Something On Your Mind" is the centerpiece of this collection of hits.
- 1.There's Something On Your Mind (Part 1)
- 2.There's Something On Your Mind (Part 2)
- 3.You're Still My Baby (Part 1)
- 4.You're Still My Baby (Part 2)
- 5.All In My Mind
- 6.I Miss You So
- 7.Booty Green
- 8.It Hurts Me To My Heart
- 9.What You Don't Know Don't Hurt You
- 10.I Need Someone (I Need You)
- 11.Yes It's Written All Over Your Face
- 12.Look At My Heart
Includes liner notes by Kerry Kudlacek aka Chicago Kerry.
Personnel: Bobby Marchan (vocals).
Bobby Marchan gained a reputation as lead vocalist for Huey "Piano" Smith and as a popular female impersonator around the Crescent City. He also had a few minor hits under his own name in the early '60s, including "There's Something on Your Mind." Most listeners will want to investigate Marchan's material further than this 12-track Collectables compilation allows. The discs to search for are Clown Jewels: The Ace Masters 1956-75 and Smith's Having a Good Time on Edsel. ~ Al Campbell