Saturday, July 23, 2011
590 MIGHTY MEMORY #460
PHOTO INDEX: TOMMY WOODS THEN AND TOMMY WOODS NOW.
Did you know that one of the Sensational 7 cut a record? Well Tommy Woods did and it was released and became a minor hit. Called "LIttle Lorraine" the song is a repetitive tribute to a girl who loves the 50s, 60s teen age party scene. Back in the day as the kids like to say, disc jockeys sometimes took a turn at doing a song. In Pittsburgh, my late cousin Ed Price took a turn at crooning. He had a pretty good voice and honed his skills in the service singing sat various USOs with a former local ad agency executive Gene Stone. But back to Tommy, "Little Lorraine" is on You Tube" and for all we know could go viral. Take a listen: