People throw around the phrase "one-hit wonder," but most of the time it doesn't quite apply to the artists who get branded with it.The Shocking Blue, for example, pop up on various "one-hit" lists, yet they had two other Hot 100 hits besides their #1 smash "Venus." Similarly, the Lemon Pipers made the Hot 100 twice beyond "Green Tambourine." A-Ha also had two more hits besides "Take On Me" in the 1980s.It's great that someone took the time to put that set together, but not so great that the sound quality ranges from below average to very poor. It presents Carroll's first nine singles in chronological order with above-average-to-excellent sound and at the correct speeds.From 1961 to 1966, she recorded for four labels: Epic, Bigtop, RCA Victor, and United Artists and info on each record is in the track tags.
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For bonus tracks, I also included five other recordings she made (although it's questionable whether one of them is actually her).
More than 50 years on, it's clear that not all of Carroll's singles were chart-worthy.