KIM SISTERS 김시스터즈 Jerry Lee 7 inch 45 (US) Italy 1960s

KIM SISTERS (김시스터즈) Jerry Lee/Sugartime (Italian) Jolly Hi-Fi Records J 20095X45 (1960  – 7 inch 45 rpm single, rare Italian press. These tracks are also on a Spanish EP.  Possibly recorded in Italy. The title should be “Jerri-Lee (I love him so)” and it was written by David Clowney (better known as Dave “Baby” Cortez). I think it was first recorded in 1958 by The Perri’s on the U.S. Madison label (released in the U.K. on Oriole). There was another American version by The Flamingos (male group). It was covered in the U.K. in 1959 by The Kaye Sisters and The Avon Sisters.)
Jerry Lee (David Clowney) [with Giulio Libano & His Orch.]
Sugartime  (Phillips) [with Giulio Libano & His Orch.]
I suspect this may have been recorded in Italy in 1960 when (as I understand it) The Kim Sisters sung vocal backing for Italian artist Maria Monti on the recording of the track Nina E L’Aspirapolvere released in 1961.
Link to my more detailed submission on the 45cat discography page for this record
Collectors notes: ultra rare – only ever seen this one copy
Mic’s collection status: I have this record
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About Mic Dover

Lives in Australia. Previously lived in South Korea. Married.
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