The Golden World Story
4039 Buena Vista

JoAnne's home in 1964

photograph courtesy of Lowell Boileau

Another address and another label numbering system emerged one month after Sue Perrin's February 1964 release.

This time it was The Adorables on Golden World 4 and the first of their three 45's for the label.

The Adorables comprised two sets of sisters. Joyce and Betty Winston and Dianne and Pat Lewis. Betty was aka Betty Boo who later recorded for Popcorn Wylie.

Their first release was "Deep freeze" c/w "Daddy please".

Over the next eighteen months, song writing, arrangements and production would be dominated by five names.



Notes by David Meikle

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