The Shirelles ‎– Will You Love Me Tomorrow (12″)

The Power of Television; Reet Petite, When A Man Loves A Woman etc… all got a re-release through being included in a TV Commercial in the 80’s. So this became a marketing mans dream when it was included in the cutesy “Real Fire” ad for British Coal , a Saatchi & Saatchi production (how 80’s is that!)

Originally released in 1960 it is classic Do Wop, instantly recognizable and a bit of a classic,  it was re-released as a mini compilation in 1988 so manages to appear on here!

So it includes the original B-side and another single by them, “Mama Said”


Charly Records ‎– CYZ 130shirellesfrontcov

A Will You Love Me Tomorrow 2:42
B1 Boys 2:07
B2 Mama Said 2:08

3 responses

  1. Gentlemen, let’s broaden our minds. Lawrence?

    Sorry, Jack Nicholson’s Joker again. But he does have a point. Let’s celebrate a golden oldie with a re-up, shall we?


    1. While all my quotes for this triumvirate of re-up requests were from Michael Keaton & Jack Nicholson’s Batman, I have to nod to your clever point that bats are in indeed furry animals and not vinyl sheen as many believe. Meow. Thank you!

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