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Jeff Barry

Originally setting out to be a recording star, Jeff Barry became one of the most respected pop songwriters within the Brill Building complex of the '60s, not an easy accomplishment considering the fact that Barry's in-house competition included Neil Diamond, Carole King, and Neil Sedaka. A struggling New Yorker, Barry's fortunes changed considerably when he met his future wife and songwriting partner, Ellie Greenwich, at a party in 1962. Within a short time of teaming up, the duo had an appointment at Don Kirshner's songwriting factory, New York City's famous Brill Building. Ushered into the business by Leiber & Stoller, Barry and Greenwich began writing and arranging for the groups signed to Phil Spector's Philles label. The smash hits "Da Do Ron Ron" and "Be My Baby" resulted from the time spent with Spector and, by 1964, Barry and Greenwich were an integral part of the staff at Leiber and Stoller's newly formed Redbird Records. Largely regarded by pop aficionados as the mecca for the "girl group" sound, the staff at Redbird, which also included producer George "Shadow" Morton, produced tightly crafted, musically sophisticated songs that were the pop equivalent of the kind of rock operas the Who would later write. The Barry/Greenwich-penned "Leader of the Pack," with its revving motorcycle engine and girlish screams of terror, was a fine example of the songs that the label was crafting at the time. Barry and Greenwich continued to write hit records throughout the '60s, such as the seminal "River Deep, Mountain High" and the Beach Boys' 1969 hit "I Can Hear Music," their songs changing with the times, but still retaining the essence of their earlier Brill Building days. After the marriage broke up, their creative partnership did as well and while Greenwich went on to become a session vocalist, Barry became a staff producer at A&M Records. Throughout the '70s, he worked with Neil Diamond, the Monkees, and Van Morrison, among others, but was unable to achieve the same level of success as he had as a songwriter. ~ Steve Kurutz
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Track List: The Red Bird Story

Disc 1

1. Bossa Nova Baby

2. Big Bad World

4. He Ain't No Angel

5. Go Now

6. Don't Think My Baby's Coming Back

7. Chapel Of Love

9. I Wanna Love Him So Bad

10. I Know He Loves Me

12. People Say

13. Remember (Walking' In The Sand)

15. Fever

16. Down Home Girl

17. Baby Be Mine

18. You Should Have Seen The Way He Looked At Me

19. Leader Of The Pack

20. Talk To Me, Baby

21. I Wonder

22. Little Bell

23. Gee, Baby, Gee

24. The Boy From New York City

27. I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt On You

28. Iko, Iko

29. Out In The Streets

Disc 2

3. Hold On Baby

4. Bad As They Come

5. He Ain't No Angel

6. Give Us Your Blessings

7. Welcome To My Heart

8. The Dum Dum Ditty

9. Gee, The Moon Is Shining Bright

10. Take Me For A Little While

12. You Don't Know

14. If There's Anything Else You Want (Let Me Know)

15. I Hear You Say (I Love You Baby)

17. I Know It's All Right

18. I Can't Let Go

19. I'm Just A Down Home Girl

20. Sophisticated Boom Boom

21. I Hurt On The Other Side

22. Fugitive From Love

23. Doo Wah Diddy

24. You Hit Me Like Tnt

28. Past, Present And Future

Disc 3

6. Amy

7. Another Boy Like Mine

8. Standing By

13. Memory Lane Without You

14. Ask Anybody

16. It Sounds Like My Baby

20. Come Back Baby

26. Johnny My Boy

27. All Grown Up

28. Wrong Direction

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