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Boots Till

About The Artist

Back in 1965, Boots was getting a lot of attention for one of her releases on the Capa label - a song called "Where Did You Go". Country Music Review reported that nearly a dozen markets had hopped on it and was beginning to show up on national and regional charts. Pop stations were also said to be interested in playing the record. The Spaton label in Canada had also relased the tune for Canadian distribution.

In the fall of 1967, Boots was getting attention on the west coast charts with her release of "Gay Divorcee".

Credits & Sources

  • Country Music Review; September 1965; Cal-Western Publications, Inc.; P. O. Box 3278; Anaheim, CA
  • Country Music Life; October 1967; Country Music Life Publications; P. O. Box 2366; El Modeno Station; Orange, CA

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

Capa Records
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  102 A I Wanna Be Loved By You
  102 B A Thing Like This Can't Happen
  110 A Baby I Can't Cry
  110 B I Know How It Is
  116 A Run Along
  116 B I'm Dreaming On The Pillow
  125 A Where Did You Go
  125 B Thirteenth Dance
  131 A Thank You Very Much
  131 B He'll Get By
  138 A Gay Divorcee
  138 B Two Lonely People
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  785 A Gay Divorcee
  785 B A Girl When She's Down
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  103 A Shadows Of The Prison Bars
  103 B Where I Am In Your Heart
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  285 A Tell Me What To Do
  285 B Gay Divorcee

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