Love You So (Remastered) - Single
Download links and information about Love You So (Remastered) - Single by Ron Holden. This album was released in 1960 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 1 tracks with total duration of 3:27 minutes.
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Ron Holden's "Love You So" is a mesmerizing, metronomic record that Brian Eno might have consulted while composing Another Green World's "Golden Hours." Bob Keane of Del-Fi Records purchased the "Love You So" master and released it nationally on his Donna subsidiary in 1960, yielding a Top Ten pop hit. Holden's album of the same name contains "Love You So" and its B-side, "My Babe," as well as "Gee, But I'm Lonesome," a follow-up single that "bubbled under" Billboard's Top 100. Future Beach Boy Bruce Johnston, with nary a trace of his later surf 'n' sand predilections, wrote or co-wrote every song on Love You So with the exception of the two sides of Holden's first Donna single. The songs include straight-ahead rockers ("My Babe," "Your Line Is Busy"), pop ballads (the lovely "Let No One Tell You"), and a pair of "Love You So" clones that make use of the same herky-jerky rhythm and minimalist woodblock percussion. Del-Fi reissued Love You So on CD in 1994 with the first five songs appearing in stereo. [This Collectables edition contains extensive liner notes and new packaging.]