On The Good Ship Lollipop (45)

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If You Loved Me (Really Loved Me)

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Year: 1963     Label: Challenge     Number: 9190  
   
“On The Good Ship Lollipop” - There was a guest appearance by Wink Martindale saying “You’ll get a tummy ache”.
Written by Sidney Clare and Richard Whiting. “If You Love Me (Really Love Me)” - Written by Parsons-Monnot-Edith Piaf.
 

 
I’m In Love With The Ticket Taker (45)

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I’m Gonna Be Alright

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Year: 1962     Label: Challenge     Number: 9173  
   
“I’m In Love With the Ticket Taker at the Bijou Movie” - Written by Nanci Mantz and Dave Burgess. Dave Burgess became famous as the leader of The Champs with the #1 sixties hit Tequila. When Donna signed with Challenge, her career began to take off. While with Challenge, she had an opportunity to meet and work with arranger/producers Jack Nitzche and Sonny Bono. “I’m Gonna Be Alright” - Written by Nanci Mantz and Dave Burgess.  

 
Hands Off (45)

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I’m So Lonely

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Year: 1962     Label: Crest     Number: 1095  
   
“Hands Off” - Donna was signed by American Music to sing demos in 1962. Other artists on their roster at the time were Glen Campbell, Johnny Rivers, Hal Blaine, Frank Gorshin and Jimmy Bowen. Donna was the company’s first recording artist and this record was their first production on the Crest label. In addition, this was the first time that Donna recorded under the Donna Loren name. The record was produced by Jimmy Bowen (his first production), arranged by Gene Page and recorded at Goldstar Studios in Hollywood. Written by Billy Page, arranger Gene Page’s brother. “I’m So Lonely” - Produced by Jimmy Bowen, arranged by Gene Page and recorded at Goldstar Studios in Hollywood. Written by Jerry Jackson and Glen Campbell.  

 
Sailor, Sailor (45)

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Tony

 
Year: 1962     Label: Crest     Number: 1106  
   
“Sailor Sailor” - Produced by Jimmy Bowen, arranged by Gene Page and recorded at Goldstar Studios in Hollywood. Written by Donna Loren. “Tony” - Produced by Jimmy Bowen, arranged by Gene Page and recorded at Goldstar Studios in Hollywood. Written by Donna Loren and M. Kay.  

 
The More I See Him (45)

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(Oo-we) Can’t You See

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Year: 1960     Label: Ramada     Number: 501  
   
“The More I See Him” - Recorded under the name of Donna Dee and The Clouds and produced by Len Weisman. Written by L.F. Leslie and M. Kay. “(Oo-we) Can’t You See” - Recorded under the name of Donna Dee and The Clouds and produced by Len Weisman. Written by B.E. Weisman and A. Wilson.  

 
Honey Buggie (45)

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Keeping Company

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Year: 1960     Label: Ramada     Number: 501  
   
“Honey Buggie” - Recorded under the name of Barbie Ames. Written by F. De Moss.
‘Keeping Company” - Recorded under the name of Barbie Ames. Written by C. Gabriel.
 

 
I Think It’s Almost Christmas Time (45)


 
Year: 1957     Label: Fable     Number: 603  
   
“I Think It’s Almost Christmas Time” - At age 9, Donna was performing in Los Angeles as part of “The Moppets Group” and was already taking her career very seriously. This was her first record, recorded under her real name, Donna Zukor (the record label says Zuker). It was produced by Jesse Hodges who also arranged the vocals on Donna’s 1963 release on Challenge, If You Love Me (Really Love Me). Donna is assisted by the Fable Chorus and the Sandy Stanton Orchestra. The B-side was My Christmas Prayer, vocal by Jesse Hodges.  

 


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