House band formed by Brian Cadd for his label Bootleg, a venture with Ron Tudor of Fable Records.
Bootleg Family Band released five singles and a self-titled EP. The final single (How Do I Try/Rockin’ Hollywood, 1975) was issued as The Bootleg Band.
See also Your Mama Don’t Dance.
Single on Warner Bros, February 1964.
Some sources claim this is the original version. In fact it was released shortly after the Betty Everett version, and in any case the original came out in the previous year.
For more on Ramona King, see under Lynne Fletcher's You Say Pretty Words (1965), a song originally recorded by Ramona (1964).
Thanks to Joop Jansen and honeydhont for clarification.
Aka It's In His Kiss (The Shoop Shoop Song).
Single on Vee Jay, February 1964.
*Charted in UK after reissue in 1968.
Merry Clayton: session singer, actor, gospel singer, later sang on The Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter.
Songwriter Rudy Clark also wrote Ray Brown & the Whispers' Fool, Fool, Fool.
London disco singer who appeared as an extra in the films A Taste Of Honey and The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night.
Further reading: Linda Lewis filmography at IMDb.