Dick and Dee Dee or Dick and Deedee is an American singer-songwriter duo that reached popularity in the early to mids. They had their first hit in when "The Mountain's High" reached No. Regulars on the show Shindig!
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yea-hea, yea-hea, yea-hea yea-hea The mountains high and the valleys so deep Cant get across to the other si-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hide Dont ya give up baby, dont you cry Dont ya give up till I reach the other si-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hide I was lonely baby, I couldnt sleep The night they took you from my si-hi-hi-hi-hi-hide I was a lonely soul Until you became my goal And then I saw the spark of love And then the stars fell from up above OH YEAH! I know someday we will meet again But I dont know exactly where or whe-he-he-he-he-he-he-hen But baby, if fate has its way Well meet again some other day-aaaaaaaaaayyyy The mountains high and the valleys so deep Cant get across to the other si-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hide Dont ya give up baby, dont you cry Dont ya give up till I reach the other si-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hi-hide Hoo hoo hoo hoo I know it to I tell ya Hoo hoo hoo hoo I know it to I tell ya I know, I know hoo hoo hoo hoo FADES- I know, I know hoo hoo hoo hoo The valleys deep baby All lyrics are property and copyright of their respective authors, artists and labels.
It is often assumed that there was little of merit in popular music between the explosion of rock'n'roll in the mid-Fifties and the British beat boom of On first hearing it is hard to tell whether this high-pitched screeching with a raucous backbeat was intended as a parody of rock'n'roll or the real thing, but time has revealed it to be a great rock'n'roll record. Richard St John Gosting was born in Santa Monica, California, in and he was singing and writing songs in high school.
Yeah, yeah, yeah The mountain's high. And the valley's so deep Can't get across To the other side Don't you give up, baby Don't you cry Don't you give up til I reach the other side I was lonely, baby I couldn't sleep The night they took you From my side I was a lonely soul Until you became my goal And then I saw the spark of love And then the stars fell From up above, oh, yeah I know someday We will meet again But I don't know exactly Where or when But, baby, if fate has it's way We'll meet again some other day The mountain's high And the valley's so deep Can't get across To the other side Don't you give up, baby Don't you cry Don't you give up til I reach the other side. You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial.
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Dick St John would sing the melody while Dee Dee — real name Mary Sperling — would supply strong and impassioned vocals. The result was a string of successful single releases, five of which made the American Top Loudermilk song, which broke into the Top 40 in October St John, who had been born Richard Gosting, met Sperling while attending the junior high school in Los….
W hen a song she and Dick wrote and recorded becomes a national hit, sudden fame pushes her into singing and touring and no one is more surprised than "Little Mary," still juggling classes, a candy store job, and writing songs on the side. For the next five years she travels the world with Dick St. From andthe duo performs as semi-regulars on the national television show, "Shindig.
Delicate, love-lorn teen idols ruled the day, as did girl groups, folk singing, song craft, and lush orchestration. Phil Spector built his wall of sound during these years and young professional songwriters like Carole King, Barry Mann, and Cynthia Weil built the Brill building. And, contrary to what some might have us believe, these are hardly reasons for framing an entire era as a dark age.