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It Kind Of Sounds Like Adam Wade... But Who Knows... Perhaps You Do?

It's Called "The Sun, The Sand And The Sea" written By Buddy Scott & Jimmy Radcliffe but That's All The Info That I Have thus Far.

The Ron Rich record on Oldtown #1112 (1961) is to early for this writting team as they didn't start together until 1965.



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Can I ask you ti use the New Clip button on the botom of the page when uploading sound files newclip.gif its easy, just fill in the boxes then add the file of your choice and submit. When starting a new topic,The newclip.gif is not there. Start the topic and then add the sound clip as if you were replying to your own topic, and the button will be there, if you notice on all the sound theme threads the first post has no sound clip in it unless its been pasted from the refsoul libery :thumbsup:

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The Surviving Songwriter Says It's Roy Hamilton!.

"Normally Jimmy would have done the demo in those days but Roy Loved Jimmy! and he just happened to be around the day we were going to cut it. The song was intended for Arthur Prysock, cause that's who we were tryin' to get to in thos days and we did too. Prysock did our "Don't You Ever Feel Sorry" and "Bridge Of Forgotten Dreams".

And That's The Way That Mystery Cookie Crumbles!

Anybody Want To Own "The Sun, The Sand And The Sea"? Going Into Sales Box.

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