These two contrasting unissued late 60s soul sides were first made available on Ace CDs. Gigi & the Charmaines' 'I Don't Wanna Lose Him' was written by Dale Warren and Gigi's husband, Herman Griffin. Herman was responsible for many Detroit soul classics and Dale Warren made his name arranging and writing at Shrine Records. A stomping yet subtle dance number that captures the energy of 1966, it's only vinyl presence was on the 100 Club Anniversary 45 of 2006, now a much-coveted item. Walter Jackson's 'Forget The Girl' is taken at a more sedate pace, but is no less dynamic, with a full Chicago orchestra backing Walter's luxuriant vocal on a Clint Ballard ballad, another stunning recording.
These two contrasting unissued late 60s soul sides were first made available on Ace CDs. Gigi & the Charmaines' 'I Don't Wanna Lose Him' was written by Dale Warren and Gigi's husband, Herman Griffin. Herman was responsible for many Detroit soul classics and Dale Warren made his name arranging and writing at Shrine Records. A stomping yet subtle dance number that captures the energy of 1966, it's only vinyl presence was on the 100 Club Anniversary 45 of 2006, now a much-coveted item. Walter Jackson's 'Forget The Girl' is taken at a more sedate pace, but is no less dynamic, with a full Chicago orchestra backing Walter's luxuriant vocal on a Clint Ballard ballad, another stunning recording.
029667027274

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: KNU
Rel. Date: 03/05/2021
UPC: 029667027274

I Don't Wanna Lose Him / Forget The Girl
Artist: Gigi & The Charmaines / Walter Jackson
Format: Vinyl
New: Not currently available
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Don't Wanna Lose Him - Gigi ; The Charmaines
2. Forget The Girl - Walter Jackson

More Info:

These two contrasting unissued late 60s soul sides were first made available on Ace CDs. Gigi & the Charmaines' 'I Don't Wanna Lose Him' was written by Dale Warren and Gigi's husband, Herman Griffin. Herman was responsible for many Detroit soul classics and Dale Warren made his name arranging and writing at Shrine Records. A stomping yet subtle dance number that captures the energy of 1966, it's only vinyl presence was on the 100 Club Anniversary 45 of 2006, now a much-coveted item. Walter Jackson's 'Forget The Girl' is taken at a more sedate pace, but is no less dynamic, with a full Chicago orchestra backing Walter's luxuriant vocal on a Clint Ballard ballad, another stunning recording.