Golden Duets

Golden Duets

by Peaches & HerbPeaches & Herb


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Released in 1968 by the Date label, this album features two hits from the previous year. A version of "Love Is Strange," straightforward and not as playful as Mickey & Sylvia's original, was Peaches & Herb's first charting single; it reached number 16 on Billboard's R&B chart and fared even better on the publication's Hot 100, where it peaked at number 13. The reminiscent "Two Little Kids" reached the R&B Top 30. Nothing else was issued as a single. Most of it is decent and enjoyable but insignificant and not particularly memorable. Reissued in 2009 by Wounded Bird (with three bonus tracks), it would be easy to mistake the album for an anthology of singles. As of 2013, the best source for the '60s hits remained Legacy's The Best of Peaches & Herb: Love Is Strange (released in 1996 and reissued in 2011).

Product Details

Release Date: 08/11/2009
Label: Wounded Bird
UPC: 0664140400726
catalogNumber: 4007
Rank: 32614

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Peaches & Herb   Primary Artist
Jimmy Wisner   Conductor
Herb Bernstein   Conductor
Bert Keyes   Conductor

Technical Credits

Brook Benton   Composer
Chris Kenner   Composer
Gilbert Bécaud   Composer
Mickey Baker   Composer
Gerry Goffin   Composer
Van McCoy   Composer
Jimmy Wisner   Arranger
Herb Bernstein   Arranger
Fred Catero   Engineer
Fats Domino   Composer
Roy Halee   Engineer
Bert Keyes   Arranger
Ben Raleigh   Composer
Sylvia Robinson   Composer
William "Mickey" Stevenson   Composer
Donald Wolf   Composer
Ken Williams   Producer
Rudy Runnells   Liner Notes
E. Record   Composer
S. Weiss   Composer
J. Mitchell   Composer
C. Davis   Composer
M. Curtis   Composer
M. Stein   Composer

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