1964    Party With the Pixies Three

 

1961 - Kaye, Midge and Debbie at RecoArts Studio in Philly making demos

  442 Glenwood Avenue (1963)   It's Summertime USA (1964)
  Be My Baby   Will You Love Me Tomorrow
  Tutti Frutti   Rock & Roll Music
  Daddy's Home   In the Still of the Night
  Mockingbird   Gee (1964)
  Heartache Tonight   When Will I Be Loved
  Grandpa (Good Ole Days)   Da Doo Ron Ron
  Rockin' Robin   Birthday Party (1963)

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The producers planned to hire male models for the cover.  We said we'd bring our handsome boyfriends instead.  They're the blur in the background.  We were staying at the Plaza in New York City and were besieged by hundreds of girls.  As it turned out, they were waiting for the Beatles, who were  also staying there for their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show.  It was February 1964.Tribute

"Vintage Pixies" was created in Kaye's studio, Kristebelle Sound, in 1996, to meet the demand for a digital (CD) version of "Party with the Pixies Three,"  which was an LP record.  Eight additional singles, recorded in the 60s, were included.  All the subsequent albums were also produced at Kristebelle Sound.

"Tribute to the Girl Groups" was the first CD made with Midge on lead, after she rejoined the group, replacing Debby in 2000.  Bonnie sings lead on "Sweet Talkin' Guy" and "Jimmy Mack."  Kaye sings lead on "Chains" and "Don't Say Nothin'."

"Now and Then" is the Pixies' first album recorded after the group reunited in 1991. It was recorded in 1995 at Windmark Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and was the first album by the Pixies Three released on CD.

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2001    Our History

2003     40 Years and Counting

2005     Dance the Night Away

"40 Years and Counting" was created for the 40th anniversary of the release of their first record, "Birthday Party."  Every song on the album was chosen for a special reason.  For example, "Beachwood 45789" is the song everyone thinks we recorded.  "Sally Go Round the Roses" is a song we wish we had recorded.  "Release Me" was the Pixies Three sound before Mercury changed it to lead/background. "One, Two, Three" was written by Len Barry for the Pixies Three, and when the group turned it down, he made a big hit of it!

  Pop, Pop, Popeye   Thank You and Good Night
  Birthday Party   He's Sure the Boy I Love
  Lesley Gore Medley   I Wanna Love Him So Bad
  442 Glenwood Avenue   He's a Rebel
  One, Two, Three   Natural Woman
  And Then He Kissed Me   Release Me
  Sally Go Round the Roses   80's Ladies
  Beachwood 45789   God Bless the USA

"Our History" was a joint venture with Crystal Ball Records.  Ten previously unreleased demos and alternate versions were released for the first time. 

  I Don't Know Why

  That's Why I Love My Guy

  Graduation Time

  Party, Party, Party

  I Don't Care

  Party Lights

  Sincerely

  16 Candles

  Tell Me

  Happy Happy Birthday Baby

  I'm Torn

  Brand New Boy

  Our Love (unreleased demo)

  House Party

  Birthday Party (alternate version)

  The Hootch

  Birthday Party

  Itís Summertime USA

  Our Love

  Orphan Boy

  Cold Cold Winter

  Loved Walked In

  442 Glenwood Avenue

  Love Me, Love Me

  Gee

  Your Way

  After the Party

  Make Me Your Baby

  Welcome to the Party

  Something Beautiful

  One Fine Day   Jimmy Mack
  Sweet Talkin' Guy   Our Love
  Don't Say Nothin'   Be My Baby
  Stop! In the Name of Love   He's So Fine
  There's no other Chapel of Love
  Zip-a-dee-doo-dah After the Party
  Chains Shirelle's Medley
2000   Tribute to the Girl Groups

1996     Vintage Pixies

  442 Glenwood Avenue   Brand New Boy
  Welcome to the Party   House Party
  16 Candles   Itís Summertime USA
  That's Why I Love My Guy   After the Party
  Gee   Our Love
  Party, Party, Party   Loved Walked In
  Party Lights   Cold Cold Winter
  Happy Happy Birthday Baby   Orphan Boy
  Birthday Party   Love Me, Love Me
  The Hootch   Your Way

  Welcome to the Party

  Gee

  442 Glenwood Avenue

  Birthday Party

  16 Candle

  Happy Happy Birthday Baby

  That's Why I Love My Guy

  Brand New Boy

  Party, Party, Party

  House Party

  Party Lights

  After the Party

1995    Now and Then

 ALBUMS

 

1961

Unreleased acetate demos

 

Sincerely          

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Graduation Time 

 

I Donít Care       

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Tell Me

Our Love

 

1963

Birthday Party   

b/w

Our Love

 

Cold Cold Winter 

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442 Glenwood Avenue

1964

Gee                  

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After the Party

The Hootch         

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Itís Summertime USA

1965

Orphan Boy

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Loved Walked In

 

Love Me, Love Me

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Your Way

  What'd I Say   Electric Boogie
  Party Lights (2005)   The Locomotion
  Please, Mr Postman   Just One Look
  Look in My Eyes   Twist Medley
  Mashed Potatoes   The Hootch (2005)
  Shoop Shoop Song   Gee (2005)
  Wah Watusi   Happy, Happy Birthday Baby
  A Thousand Stars   I'm So Excited

John Madara, along with Dave White, signed us to Mercury Records, as well as wrote and produced all our records between 1963 and 1965.  We were delighted when John agreed to be a part of this CD.    Not only did he sing and write the liner notes, he offered his talented ear during the mixing process.  He sings lead on the opening cut, "What'd I Say," but we never actually saw him in person during the production if this entire CD. All the music files were sent via the internet, coast to coast.

 

2006   Party With the Pixies Three - Mercury (Japan)

In 2006, Mercury Japan released a CD album of the original "Party With The Pixies Three," with the addition of the group's singles.  All songs were digitally remastered.  The album was repackaged as a miniature LP record album, with it's cardboard jacket.  The liner notes include the lyrics to all 20 songs.

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