Here's my theory on this. "Love Love Love" became a big hit in 1972 - 6 years after its first release on the 1966 "Sunny" lp, and that's thanks to Northern Soul.
So it appears the Artie "The Rain The Park & Other Things' Kornfeld/Jerry Ross/Joe Renzetti 45 RPM from 1967, "Some Kind of Magic" was paired up with "Good, Good Lovin' - the Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil tune from the Sunny album, in 1972 or so in the U.K.
Anyone with info, please send it along.
Bobby Hebb – Some Kind Of Magic / Good Good Lovin'
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Jerry Butler singing "Some Kind of Magic"
on Mercury Records
BOBBY HEBB singing "Some Kind of Magic"
You tube of British Pressing
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Jerry Butler's version also produced by
Jerry Ross with Joe Renzetti arranging
Released in the U.K. November 17, 1972
|A||Bobby Hebb||Some Kind Of Magic||Ross, Renzetti, Kornfeld||Jerry Ross||Joe Renzetti||Rate|
|B||Bobby Hebb||Good Good Lovin'||Mann, Weil||Jerry Ross||Joe Renzetti||Rate|
KEEP IN MIND THAT IN ASIA BOTH
BOBBY HEBB and JERRY BUTLER were teamed up with each other on a 45 RPM - Bobby singing "Sunny" and Butler singing "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" which we have 2 versions of Bobby performing, none released yet.
So Butler and Hebb both recorded "Some Kind of Magic" and "Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" and were paired up on a 45 in Asia - and both artists
were produced by Jerry Ross with Joe Renzetti
Title: SOME KIND OF MAGIC
Format: 7 INCH (VINYL)
Description: BLANK BLACK LABEL DESIGN WITH PETE WATERMAN STICKER B/W GOOD GOOD LOVIN' (6051025)
Original Philips U.S. 45
A fan writes:
Not to be confused with the Mersey Beats song of the same name
How about this for a rarity. A U.K. label of Cadet's WOMAN IN THE WINDOW
BOBBY HEBB ~ SOME KIND OF MAGIC ~ c/w Good Good Lovin'
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