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Promotion photograph for 'Street of dark despair'

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Susan recorded five singles for Oriole Records between 1962 and 1963.


Oriole 45-CB 1703 Gee it's great to be young/Hello first love; Oriole 45-CB 1741 Bobby's Lovin' Touch/Johnny Summertime;
Oriole 45-CB 1778 Love me with all your heart/Autumn leaves; Oriole 45-CB 1802 Lock your heart away/Answer to a prayer;
Oriole 45-CB 1882 I know (You don't love me no more)/That old feeling.

13-11-1964
DB 7363 Dark despair/The other side; DB 7403 Any day now/Don't come knocking at my door;

DB 7616 Sometimes/Long haired boy; DB 7709 Nevertheless (I'm in love with you)/Moonglow

DB 7363: The demo lists the A-side as '(Street of) Dark despair'

FREDDIE AND THE DREAMERS, BRIAN POOLE AND THE TREMELOES, THE SEARCHERS, DUSTY SPRINGFIELD, DAVE BERRY, THE CRUISERS, SUSAN SINGER.

Susan's photo appeared in this issue of 'Showtime/Shownumber', copies of which were sold at venues, probably having nothing to do with whoever was appearing at the time.

Trivia:
According to Mark Paytresses' book '20th Century Boy,' Susan was in a school group in 1957
with Helen and Marc Bolan (of T-Rex) that spent the whole summer rehearsing under the name
Susie and the Hoola Hoops!

John Schroeder wrote 'Hello first love', and 'Lock your heart away' with Mike Hawker.
He was also the producer for Oriole Records
Helen co-wrote 'Answer to a prayer' with Susan when they were ten years old.

When Susan left Oriole Records in 1964 she was signed to Columbia Records, and became Susan/Sue Holliday.
Her last recordings for Columbia were jazz orientated and were issued on her album 'I Wanna Say Hello'.
There was a slight name change and she was billed on the album as Su Holliday.

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