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Lesley Gore

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TAMI, Electronovision's Latest, Gets N.Y. Showing

Report by uncredited writer, Billboard, 21 November 1964


Lesley Gore is Set For Stardom

Profile by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 21 September 1963

WHO IS the young pop artist most like to hit the highest spots this year? ...

Lesley Gore, 1946-2015

Obituary by Dave Laing, The Guardian, 17 February 2015

Singer whose passionate teen anthems of the '60s included 'It's My Party' and 'You Don't Own Me'. ...

Brook Benton, Trini Lopez, Timi Yuro, Dion, Lesley Gore: "The Greatest Record Show Of 1963", Finsbury Park Astoria, London

Live Review by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 26 October 1963

ALTHOUGH IT'S billed as "The Greatest Record Show Of 1963", the first performance at Finsbury Park Astoria last Sunday didn't exactly bear witness to that. ...

Lesley Gore: Parties Are Lucky For Lesley

Profile and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 14 June 1963

MAKING HER chart bow this week with 'It's My Party', attractive Lesley Gore actually owes her disc success to the occasion she sang a song ...

Lesley Gore: The Singing Rebel

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 28 June 1963

IT'S THE BEATLES' favourite disc of the moment and it's sung by a 17-year-old American girl who had a genteel upbringing in the sedate neighbourhood ...

The TAMI Show Remembered

Retrospective by Steven R Rosen, Los Angeles Times, 29 October 2004

THE ROLLING Stones were there, along with James Brown, the Beach Boys, the Supremes, Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye and more, filmed live before their screaming ...

Lesley Gore: They Don't Own Her

Report by Dave Marsh, Let It Rock, July 1975

IN 1964, A seventeen-year-old freshman named Lesley Gore put out her first record, 'It's My Party (And I'll Cry If I Want To)'. It was ...

Lesley Gore: Anthology

Sleeve notes by Gene Sculatti, Rhino Records, 1986

Hey, come on in. Glad you could make it. Gonna be a great party (take your coat?) Lesley'll be here in a minute. She's over ...


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