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    1965-09-XX US Atlantic Records release Isley Bros. 45 'Move Over and Let Me Dance'

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    Atlantic release this Isley Brothers 45 single with absolutely no music press advertising.
    Move Over And Let Me Dance
    b/w Have You Ever been Disappointed
    (R. Isley-O. Isley-R. Isley)
    Arr. & Cond. Teaco Wilshire
    A T-Neck Production
    Atlantic 45-2303
    Exact release date in September unknown, so far, as it was unadvertised, and probably why it was ignored by the music press?
    In fact there is absolutely nothing about the band in the 1965 US music press between 31 February (2 x 'Simon Says' reviews) and October 1965, until it is noted there
    is a movement to 'book rock 'n' roll' acts again' by Colleges, and they are one of several acts listed with college dates in October.

    So annoying how this was totally ignored by press. Even Rosa Brooks on a tiny LA label got a mention.
    Last edited by stplsd; 06-01-20 at 03:16 PM.
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