Jerry Ganey

You Don't Love Me / Hi Heel Sneakers

MGM : K13697 DJ

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  • Artist: Jerry Ganey
  • A Side: You Don't Love Me
  • B Side: Hi Heel Sneakers
  • Label: MGM
  • Format: 45s



  • Vinyl Condition: M-
  • Label Condition: E+
  • Sleeve Condition: M-

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Some of Phil Spector's "Wall Of Sound" style rubbing off on one of his pupils when The Righteous Brothers Bill Medley transforms Willie Cobbs Blues/ R&B classic “You Don’t Love Me” into a rumbling runaway juggernaut of Northern Soul.

It’s little wonder that Bill Medley and Jerry Ganey came together in a New York studio; both men possessed invitingly warm silky vocals.

A year earlier with another mountainous vocalist Bill Baker, the three men crafted Jerry Ganey first solo 45. The highly regarded Big City tsunami of Northern Soul on Verve “Just A Fool / Who Am I” a double helping of “Brill Building Brilliance” a wrecking-ball of male vocal prowess. As the three artists all appreciated the captive power they had at their fingertips.

A year later an inspired choice of song, Jerry’s attention-grabbing superior rich vocals took flight again; this time blessed with the ultimate driving force of blaring brass, decorated with the shrillest of girl-group choruses. Transforming the R&B classic “You Don’t Love Me” into an almost unrecognizable form, as it’s overwhelming power thunders from the speakers.

A huge statement piece that is impossible to ignore, be prepared to be moved by the rolling tsunami of Northern Soul that Bill Medley and Jerry Ganey unleash...

A huge helping of Northern Soul to detonate the dancefloor with, and leave firmly imbedded in the minds of your public for days light the touch paper and stand back!

Condition Report

Two clean promo labels, strong gloss vinyl revealing some minuscule soft hairlines when angled in the light.

A Side

  • Title: You Don't Love Me

    B Side

  • Title: Hi Heel Sneakers
  • Year: 1967
  • City: New York, N.Y.