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Pixies The Pixies Three – 442 Glenwood Avenue – 1964

The Pixies Three - 442 Glenwood Avenue - 1964

Pixies The Pixies Three – 442 Glenwood Avenue – 1964
In early 1964, I was living in Miami, Florida, and my cousin Marilin (Spanish spelling) and I were 11 years old at the time. We were starting to become interested in music, dancing and records. We would often get together to play, sing and dance to them. My cousin had bought the 45, “442 Glenwood Avenue”, we both loved the record so much we almost wore it out. The song got a lot of airplay in Miami, it peaked at #2 on January 18, 1964 on the most popular Top 40 radio station at the time- WQAM – Tiger Radio. I often think of those innocent days and that wonderful era of girl groups and The Beatles. So to honor it and The Pixies Three I’ve put together this little video. I dedicate it to my dear cousin Marilin, who to this day is very close to me, and who like a sister, has always shared in my life since we were tiny tots in Cuba. For you Prima… Here is a brief history of The Pixies Three as taken from Wikipedia: Having performed in local shows since 1955, the Hanover, Pennsylvania trio of Midge Bollinger (lead vocals), Kaye McCool (low vocals), and Debra Swisher (high vocals) were signed to Mercury Records in 1963 by producers/songwriters John Madara and Dave White, who had discovered the group at a show in Philadelphia (among the groups previous successes were two appearances on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour). Their first single, “Birthday Party” was a big success regionally and made the Top 40 nationally (The b-side, “Our Love” was written by Kaye). After their second



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