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DOT 1041; MARCH 1951



Thus far – four singles into her career on Dot Records – it’s been hard not to like what Margie Day has to offer.

Her sassy attitude, the natural rhythm of her vocal delivery, the borderline suggestiveness of the songs themselves and the tremendous support of The Griffin Brothers all of which points to somebody who was poised to become a huge star… consistency after all is as much a defining characteristic of stardom as anything.

Even this, just a B-side and an obvious one at that, is nothing that would dissuade your from that prediction.
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