Bad Boys – What Took You So Long – Bell


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After a successful recording career, Dale Hawkins became a record producer, and found success with The Uniques’ “Not Too Long Ago,” the Five Americans’ “Western Union,” Jon & Robin’s “Do It Again – A Little Bit Slower.” He served as executive vice president of Abnak Records; Vice President, Southwest Division, Bell Records (here he produced Bruce Channel, Ronnie Self, James Bell, the Festivals, the Dolls, and the Gentrys); and A&R director, RCA West Coast Rock Division, working with Michael Nesmith and Harry Nilsson. He produced this “Bad Boys” track on “Bell” records in 1969/ Little is known about this combo, but it did get a few spins in the U.K. in the 1980’s on the Northern Soul scene under the guise of “The Casanova Two – I’ve Been Waiting So Long”. This disc has some light, superficial scuffs to vinyl and light wear to the label – Conservatively graded in VG++ condition. Worth checking the flip “You’re Not Alone Anymore”


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