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    Millie Small dead: ‘My Boy Lollipop’ singer dies at 73


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    I remember "My Boy Lollipop" from 1964 and I'm sorry to hear that Millie Small has passed on. Thanks for the news Marv2 & Rest In Peace Millie.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown Eddie View Post
    I remember "My Boy Lollipop" from 1964 and I'm sorry to hear that Millie Small has passed on. Thanks for the news Marv2 & Rest In Peace Millie.


    You're most welcome Motown Eddie. I too remember the song on the radio a lot back then. I didn't know what Ska music was,but as I grew up I learned and I loved it and Millie Smalls deserves the credit for that. May she rest in peace.

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    didn't expect to find a video of this , but here it is!!





    RIP Millie Small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogiedown View Post
    didn't expect to find a video of this , but here it is!!





    RIP Millie Small
    I beiieve that is from her own TV special in Finland.

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    That little lady with the perky sweet voice opened up a BIG door. Rest In Power, Millie....

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    Sorry to hear this news. That is the one and only song I ever heard by her.

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    This is sad. My Boy Lollipop is the most infectiously joyful song in pop music history. Her voice is so perfect and alive, I smile when I listen to it. Sorry to hear about her passing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marv2 View Post
    I beiieve that is from her own TV special in Finland.
    That's right, Marv.
    She was very popular here in Finland and that show was shot in 1964. On YouTube you'll find her singing also What Am I Living For, Sweet William etc.
    She was a pretty and lively lady.

    Best regards
    Heikki

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