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Neil Sedaka - The Diary / No Vacancy (I'm Walkin' 'Round) - Doo Wop Early Rock 78 RPM
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Neil Sedaka - The Diary / No Vacancy (I'm Walkin' 'Round)


Label: RCA Victor
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Format: Vinyl, 10", 78 RPM
Record VG++
Raca Sleeve VG+

Country: Canada Issue
Released:1958
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock & Roll


Tracklist

A The Diary 2:14

B No Vacancy (I'm Walkin' 'Round) 2:45

Credits
Written-By - Howard Greenfield , Neil Sedaka


After graduating from Lincoln High School, Sedaka and some of his classmates formed a band called The Tokens. The band had minor regional hits with songs like "While I Dream", "I Love My Baby", "Come Back Joe", and "Don't Go", before Sedaka launched out on his own in 1957.

However, after a few personnel changes, in 1961, The Tokens would hit #1 on the Billboard pop charts with the international smash "The Lion Sleeps Tonight". Meanwhile, the very young Sedaka's first three solo singles, "Laura Lee", "Ring-a-Rockin'", and "Oh, Delilah!" failed to become hits (although "Ring-a-Rockin'" earned him his first of many appearances on Dick Clark's American Bandstand). But they demonstrated his ability to perform as a solo singer, so RCA Victor signed him to a recording contract.

His first single for RCA, "The Diary" (a song he offered to Little Anthony and the Imperials), reached #14 on the Billboard charts in 1958-59.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 30 August, 2010.

 
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