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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
From late 1962 to mid-1964, the great rock & roll songwriting and production team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller released almost a dozen singles on their Daisy and Tiger labels. Only one of those singles, Alvin Robinson's "Something You Got," was a hit and only a moderate one at that, though the experience of running Daisy and Tiger helped lay the foundation for the far better-known label Leiber & Stoller subsequently founded, Red Bird. This 25-track CD collects both sides of all 11 Daisy and Tiger 45s, adding three previously unreleased alternate takes one of them being a different version of "Something You Got". The mixture of soul, R&B, pop, and girl...
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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
From late 1962 to mid-1964, the great rock & roll songwriting and production team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller released almost a dozen singles on their Daisy and Tiger labels. Only one of those singles, Alvin Robinson's "Something You Got," was a hit and only a moderate one at that, though the experience of running Daisy and Tiger helped lay the foundation for the far better-known label Leiber & Stoller subsequently founded, Red Bird. This 25-track CD collects both sides of all 11 Daisy and Tiger 45s, adding three previously unreleased alternate takes one of them being a different version of "Something You Got". The mixture of soul, R&B, pop, and girl group sounds that would characterize the Red Bird label are well in evidence on much of this material. The difference is that the songs and performers generally aren't as outstanding, with some notable exceptions. Bessie Banks' "Go Now," covered for a big hit in 1965 by the Moody Blues, is a superb classic soul-pop ballad, Cathy Saint's "Big Bad World"/"Mr. Heartbreak" is good uptown girl group-style music, and Dee Dee Warwick's interpretation of the Van McCoy composition "Standing By" is a great wrenching and dramatic slowie. Otherwise the songs are only passable, though they do include some obscure Jeff Barry-Ellie Greenwich compositions, as well as Leiber & Stoller's peculiar "Bossa Nova, Baby," done by Tippie & the Clovers. The instrumentals by Bob Moore & the Temps are generic raw blues-rockers, but collectors might want to note the presence of guitarist Roy Buchanan who co-wrote both sides of their Daisy single on those two tracks.
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  • Release Date: 2/25/2003
  • Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
  • UPC: 090771108029
  • Catalog Number: 11080

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Go Now - Bessie Banks (2:41)
  2. 2 It Sounds Like My Baby - Bessie Banks (3:08)
  3. 3 Something You Got - Alvin Robinson (2:29)
  4. 4 Searchin' - Alvin Robinson (2:42)
  5. 5 Bossa Nova Baby - Tippie & The Clovers (2:06)
  6. 6 The Bossa Nova (My Heart Said) - Tippie & The Clovers (2:44)
  7. 7 It's Mighty Nice - Lovejoys (2:39)
  8. 8 Payin' (For the Wrong I've Done) - Lovejoys (2:02)
  9. 9 I Won't Be Me Any More - Vic Donna (2:51)
  10. 10 Dance Marie - Vic Donna (1:57)
  11. 11 Trophy Run - Bob Moore & the Temps (2:18)
  12. 12 Braggin' - Bob Moore & the Temps (2:12)
  13. 13 My Baby Loves You - Little Floyd (1:45)
  14. 14 Here I Am - Little Floyd (2:29)
  15. 15 Everybody Come and Clap Your Hands - Moody & The Deltas (2:49)
  16. 16 Monkey Climb - Moody & The Deltas (2:14)
  17. 17 Big Bad World - Cathy Saint (2:38)
  18. 18 Mr. Heartbreak - Cathy Saint (2:42)
  19. 19 He Ain't No Angel - Leola & The Lovejoys (2:53)
  20. 20 Wait 'Round the Corner - Leola & The Lovejoys (2:29)
  21. 21 Standing By - Dee Dee Warwick (2:31)
  22. 22 Don't Think My Baby's Coming Back - Dee Dee Warwick (2:47)
  23. 23 Bossa Nova Baby - Tippie & The Clovers (2:09)
  24. 24 Something You Got - Alvin Robinson (5:17)
  25. 25 It Sounds Like My Baby - Bessie Banks (2:56)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Alan Lorber Conductor
Technical Credits
Ellie Greenwich Producer
Allen Collins Composer
Jerry Leiber Producer
Alan Lorber Arranger
Van McCoy Producer
Jeff Barry Producer
Artie Butler Arranger
Bert Keyes Arranger
Garry Sherman Arranger
Mike Stoller Arranger, Producer
Ronnie Van Zant Composer
Teacho Wiltshire Arranger
Bob Irwin Mastering
Randy Poe Liner Notes
Buddy Smith Producer
Clint Ballard Jr. Producer
Larry Banks Composer
Tony Powers Composer
Joe Craig Jones Arranger, Producer
Jayme Pieruzzi Mastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Packed with "should've been" hits of Leiber & Stoller

    Legendary songwriter-producers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller took several cracks at record label ownership before finding financial and chart success at Red Bird Records in the 1960s with the Dixie Cups and Shangri-Lass. Their first attempt, Spark Records, found some success with the Robins, but it wasn't until the label folded in the mid-50s, and the Robins' "Smokey Joe's Café" was re-released on Atlantic's Atco subsidiary that the single really took off. ¶ The duo's subsequent writing and production success at Atlantic throughout the late '50s and early '60s is impressive enough, but when one considers the sides they wrote and produced on Capitol, RCA (including hit singles for Elvis Presley), Scepter, Wand and numerous other labels, their output is truly staggering. It should be no surprise then that their second foray into label ownership, Tiger Records (and subsequently its sister label, Daisy), yielded a superb collection of singles and B-sides. What's truly astounding is that the labels' combined output, collected here in its entirety, had virtually no success on the charts. ¶ Starting with Tippie and the Clovers (comprised of Roosevelt "Tippie" Hubbard and three members of the original Clovers), Tiger and Daisy turned out a tremendous string of soul, pop, and R&B singles from the pens of Leiber & Stoller, Barry & Greenwich, Van McCoy and others. The debut single, "Bossa Nova, Baby," would become a hit for Elvis Presley the following year, but the original version, with a superb bass and drums bottom, jazzy vocal arrangement, and swinging sax solo failed to even touch the charts. The flip, "The Bossa Nova (My Heart Said)," features a similar arrangement, but with more of a Drifters’ feel. The label had similar bad luck with Bessie Banks’ original recording of "Go Now." Though this superbly soulful original has become better known via retrospective anthologies, it was eclipsed on the charts by the Moody Blues remake. ¶ Beyond these two track Daisy and Tiger’s compositions were relegated to nearly complete obscurity. Cathy Saint's "Big Bad World" had all the elements of a Brill Building success -- strong lead vocal, swinging drums, horn chart, and girlgroup harmonies -- but failed in the aftermath of JFK's assassination. The B-side, "Mr. Heartbreak," is a lovely ballad in the Dusty Springfield vein. Alvin Robinson’s superb New Orleans influenced "Something You Got" (Tiger’s only chart entry at #54) combines vocal elements of Otis Redding and Ray Charles, with a sublimely restrained horn chart. The flip, a remake of The Coasters "Searchin’," adds a wonderful bit of Memphis soul. ¶ The labels also produced a pair of fine rock ’n’ roll instrumentals from Bob Moore and the Temps. Their "Trophy Run" combines the guitar swagger (courtesy of none other than Roy Buchanan) and romping rhythms of Lonnie Mack, Duane Eddy and Link Wray, and "Braggin’" adds a bit Sunset Strip styled harmonica and organ. Vic Donna’s sides are straight boy pop, with a vocal that sounds quite a bit like then session vocalist Tony Orlando. ¶ Leola & The Lovejoys hold the distinction of being the only artists to release two singles on the Tiger label, and all four of their sides are fine slices of soul. The gospel-tinged "It’s Mighty Nice" and "Wait ’Round the Corner" show off their strong vocals, and Barry & Greenwich’s "He Ain’t No Angel" is a girlgroup dance tune that foreshadows the songwriters’ work at Red Bird. Dionne Warwick’s younger sister, Dee Dee, though primarily employed as a backing

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