Offered for sale is an original still sealed stereo U.S. pressing of Priscilla Sings Herself by Priscilla Paris.
While the album has a Phil Spector-type sound, it was produced by Charles Greene and Brian Stone, though Phil Spector wrote the liner notes.
About this copy: This copy of Priscilla Sings Herself is a 1967 U.S. stereo pressing on the York label.
As the album is still sealed, the record is presumably new and unplayed.
The wrap is mostly intact; there are tiny breaks at the left hand corners and a small 2″ tear in the center of the bottom edge. There is a punch hole in the lower right hand corner.
A nice copy of a very rare Paris Sisters LP and the only copy we’ve ever seen.
Background: Priscilla Paris is best known as a member of the Paris Sisters, who had a hit in 1961 with “I Love How You Love Me,” which was produced by Phil Spector.
The Paris Sisters and Priscilla Paris as a solo artist had similar careers – they released a number of singles, but only three albums each, and all of them are rare.
Released in 1967, Priscilla Sings Herself was the first solo album by Priscilla Paris. The album did not chart.
You can listen to “He Noticed Me” here:
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|Year of Release:||1967|