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Tellin'it Like It Is CD, Titres bonus, Import
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CD, CD, Titres bonus, 2 octobre 2000
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CD on SUNDAZED RECORDS by VAN DYKES - Tellin' It Like It Is
No Man Is An Island
What Will I Do (If I Lose You)
Tears Of Joy
I've Got To Find A Love
Hey Mr. Lonesome
Never Let Me Go
I've Got To Go On Without You
I Won't Hold It Against You
You're Shakin' Me Up
I'm So Happy
You Need Confidence
Doin' The Best I Can
I'm For Real, Baby
A Sunday Kind Of Love
Save My Love For A Rainy Day
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What made Bell stand out from the rest was their practice of record pressing which did not involve the accepted method of vinyl pressing. Instead, their records used the plastic formula "polystyrene" made from a liquid petrochemical and with a decidedly unique aroma, which used the injection-molded technique. Consequently, not only could you tell a Bell product by the smell, but records produced that way, after normal use, literally wore out. Sort of a built-in obsolescence.
The group Bell decided would compete for air- and juke-box play with the big boys was The Van Dykes, a trio from Fort Worth, Texas which, by their style, left no doubt that their main inspiration were Curtis Mayfield & The Impressions. They had first formed up in 1964 as a quartet consisting of baritone James Mays, tenor Wenzon Mosley, and co-falsetto leads Eddie Nixon and Randalis Tandy, but by the time they cut their first disc with the tiny local Hue Records in 1965, Nixon had departed. The A-side of Hue 6501 was the Tandy composition, No Man Is An Island b/w I Won't Hold It Against You, and when it began to attract considerable local airplay, Bell jumped in and arranged national distribution on Mala 520.
After No Man Is An Island reached # 24 R&B as well as # 94 on the Billboard Pop Hot 100 in March 1966, Uttal got the trio into Fort Worth's Sound City Recording Studios to record I've Got To Go On Without You which did almost as well on the R&B charts, peaking at # 28 in July b/w What Will I Do (If I Lose You?) on Mala 530, but this time the best it could do on the Hot 100 was a # 109 in the Bubbling Under charts. Later that year, Never Let Me Go topped out at # 25 R&B in November on Mala 539 b/w I've Got To Find A Love, but it was shut out completely on the Hot 100, and early in 1967, You Need Confidence suffered the same Hot 100 failure, but did make it to # 24 R&B in January on Mala 549 b/w You're Shakin' Me Up (on which Mays takes the lead).
In March, their only LP, Tellin' It Like It Is, came out on Bell 6004 containing all the above-mentioned sides along with Tears Of Joy, Hey, Mr. Lonesome, and I'm So Happy. On its heels came the single I'm So Happy b/w A Sunday Kind Of Love (Mala 566), but it failed to chart nationally, as did Tears Of Joy which came out in 1968 on Mala 584 b/w Save My Love For A Rainy Day.
This Sundazed 2000 CD release pulls together all those sides along with the previously-unreleased Doin' The Best I Can and I'm For Real Baby, with excellent digitally-remastered sound by Bob Irwin and Jayme Pieruzzi at Sundazed Studios in Coxsackie, New York. The original vinyl LP notes by Enoch Gregory are augmented by further notes written by Bill Dahl.