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Buddy Knox and Jimmy Bowen only have half of this double-disc set; the approach isn't as odd as it seems, though. When Knox and Bowen began their recording careers, they were both part of the Rhythm Orchids , and a similar lineup of Orchids backs each solo singer on their respective recordings. Most listeners will be much better off with Rhino's briefer, more selective Knox best-of. Completists, however, will find all 30 of Knox 's 1956-1960 Roulette tracks on disc one of this two-pack. Including five previously unreleased songs, it's pleasant Tex-Mex rockabilly, tamer than Buddy Holly , but far gutsier than the Jimmy Bowen solo cuts that take up all of disc two.

Almost immediately after Roulette released Knox's version of the song, competing versions of "Party Doll" were recorded and released by other record labels. Wingy Manone and Roy Brown recorded R&B versions of the song which saw some success. A less rock and roll version by singer Steve Lawrence (with Dick Jacobs conducting the orchestra) also became a pop hit that year, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard Top 100. [3] Lawrence's version was released on the Coral label. The Crests recorded a cover version for their 1960 album, The Crests Sing All Biggies. The Fleetwoods also recorded a version of the song. Ronnie Dove , several years before he became a star, recorded the song in 1961 with his band, the Bell Tones, for Decca Records . It was also one of several rock'n'roll standards recorded by Lindisfarne on their 1987 party album C'mon Everybody , and released as a single.


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