Syndicate Of Sound ‎– Little Girl / You

Label:
Bell Records ‎– 640
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Vinyl, 7"
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A Little Girl
Written-By – Bob Gonzalez, Don Baskin
2:25
B You
Written-By – John Sharkey
2:42

Notes

This version -- which seems to be the most common USA pressing -- has plastic injected (not paper) labels.

Published by Duane Music (BMI)

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
G-228 Syndicate Of Sound Little Girl / You(7") Hush (3) G-228 US 1966 Sell This Version
MSS.2120 Syndicate Of Sound Little Girl / You(7", Single) Stateside MSS.2120 New Zealand 1966 Sell This Version
640 Syndicate Of Sound Little Girl / You(7", Single) Bell Records 640 US 1966 Sell This Version
101 854-100 Syndicate Of Sound Little Girl(7", Single, Mono) Arista 101 854-100 Germany 1980 Sell This Version
FLB 32 Syndicate Of Sound Little Girl / You(7", RE) Flashback Records (4) FLB 32 US Unknown Sell This Version

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jadedtom

jadedtom

April 24, 2012

The quintessential teenage revenge song, "Little Girl"'s vocal and lyric are dipped in venom. The music is remarkably joyous pop. A bit unsettling, quite like the Tremeloes' version of Cat Stevens' 'Here Comes My Baby', which, despite its sad words, is rendered with the happy pop appeal of an Archies' tune. Maybe the singer is glad to get rid of the girl!

This song was a bit odd when it came out, and remains an interesting artifact from the sixties. It's frat rock, it's punk, it's pop and it still has a charm to it.