Talk To Me; Every Week, Every Month, Every Year Vinyl Single

This 7-inch 45 rpm record contained the Sunny and the Sunglows single “Talk To Me” with the B-side “Every Week, Every Month, Every Year” that was released in 1963. Sunny and the Sunglows later changed their name to Sunny and the Sunliners, and are credited by this moniker on the B-side of the record. This record was pressed in England by the Decca Record Company, and recorded by Tear Drop in Philadelphia. Sunny & the Sunliners was a mainly Chicano group from San Antonio specializing in Tejano cover songs, the single “Talk To Me” hit number 11 on the Billboard Top 100.
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Object Name
sound recording
date made
Seneca, Joe
recording artist
Sunny and the Sunliners
Valier, Alton
Physical Description
vinyl (overall material)
overall: 7 in; 17.78 cm
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
label number
HL 9792
Popular Entertainment
American Enterprise
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Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
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