Nella Dodds – Come See About Me [Wand] 1964 Northern Soul 45

Nella Dodds - Come See About Me [Wand] 1964 Northern Soul 45

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Nella Dodds – Come See About Me
Wand Records # 167. Released in 1964.
Marvelous northern soul cover of the Supremes classic. Nella Dodds was a 13 year old when she cut this tune! Interesting facts about it from the comments to other video with this song on youtube: “The original version was already a cut on The Supremes “Where Did Our Love Go” album. Nella Dodds (or her producers) heard it and released it on her single. Motown then rush-released it as The Supremes next single. It came out the month after Baby Love. And a good thing. Come See About Me got HUGE national media exposure: Shindig!, Ed Sullivan and Hullabaloo — all with different choreography. And then The Supremes could do no wrong!!!”
Vinyl rip from musicdawn 45’s records collection.

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1 Comment to Nella Dodds – Come See About Me [Wand] 1964 Northern Soul 45

  1. sauquoit13456 says:

    On this day in 1964 {November 8th} two versions* of "Come See About Me" entered Billboard's Top 100 chart…
    Nella Dodds' version entered at #87, the following week it was at #84, and then on it's third and final week on the chart it peaked at #74…
    She had one other Top 100 record, "Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers", it stayed on the chart for two weeks, peaking at #96…
    * The other version of "Come See About Me" to enter the Top 100 on Nov. 8th, 1964, at position #66, was by the Supremes, five weeks later it would peak at #1 {for 2 consecutive weeks} and it spent fourteen weeks on the Top 100…
    And from the 'For What It's Worth' department; the week the Supremes' "Come See About Me" entered the Top 100, the trio's "Baby Love" was in it' third of four weeks at #1 on the chart…

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