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1964 The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
« on: January 01, 2010, 12:49:31 PM »


1964

THE LITTLE OLD LADY FROM PASADENA LIBERTY LRP-3377 (M); LST-7377 (S) (September)


The Little Old Lady from Pasadena
(Jan Berry - Don Altfeld - Roger Christian)

Memphis
(Chuck Berry)

When It's Over
(Jill Gibson - Don Altfeld - Horace Altfeld)

Horace, the Swingin' School-Bus Driver
(Phil Sloan - Steve Barri)

Old Ladies Seldom Power Shift {I}
(Jan Berry - Dean Torrence)

Sidewalk Surfin'
(Brian Wilson - Roger Christian)

The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review and Timing Association
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Don Altfeld)

Summer Means Fun
(Phil Sloan - Steve Barri)

It's as Easy as 1, 2, 3 *
(Jill Gibson - Don Altfeld)

Move Out Little Mustang
(Jan Berry - Brian Wilson - Roger Christian)

Skateboarding - Part 2 {I}
(Jan Berry - Jill Gibson)

One-Piece Topless Bathing Suit
(Phil Sloan - Steve Barri - Don Altfeld)
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Arranged and Produced by Jan Berry for Screen Gems, Inc.

Engineers: Bones Howe, Lanky Linstrot, and Chuck Britz

{I} = Instrumental Cut

* Vocal Duet: Jan Berry and Jill Gibson

"LITTLE OLD LADY" COURTESY OF DODGE DEALERS (Kathryn Minner)

BACKING HARMONIES: PHIL SLOAN & STEVE BARRI (THE FANTASTIC BAGGYS) and Jan & Dean

Liner Notes: Little Old Grandpa (He's very clean)

Cover Design and Photography: Studio Five

CHARTS: BILLBOARD #40 CASH BOX #40

The Song "Little Old Lady from Pasadena" Reflects Jan Berry's Restored Songwriting Credit, as of January 2002.










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Re: 1964 The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2017, 03:49:04 PM »
This is probably one of my favorite Jan & Dean records. "When It's Over" is my all time favorite Jan & Dean song. It has a marvelous arrangement and heartfelt vocals. The title track is also a brilliant pop song, with crazy lyrics. "Anaheim" is one of Jan's most ambitious songs, and it really blew my mind when I heard it. The verse reminds me a little bit of "I Get Around". "Summer Means Fun" is great too. I love "Girls are two to one" part. "Move Out Little Mustang" is bizarre because it is quintessential Jan Berry/Brian Wilson, but it's sung by The Fantastic Baggies. For some reason I also love "Old Ladies Seldom Power Shift"! I guess I'm a sucker for the surf guitar  8)