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Strangler in the Night
Albert DeSalvo Lyrics


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buriedinvinyl

+Mr C From Garage Hangover blog:
The Bugs were a quartet from Marlboro, MA that cut two singles for Astor
records (Pretty Girl/Slide was also issued as Polaris 001) along with
one unreleased track, ‘Gonna Find Me a Girl’. They were a ‘wacky’ group
that included a female bass player by the name of Rose, who was in her
early 40’s and married to guitarist Ed McGee. Polaris booked them
throughout greater Boston and Rhode Island, including an appearance on
Channel 12 in Providence.‘Strangler in the Night’, originally
credited to Albert De Salvo [the Boston Strangler], was actually written
by a ghost writer, James Vaughn, who got drafted three weeks after the
making of the single. The narration for ‘Strangler’ was done by Dick
Leviatan, a well-known radio personality from New York City.‘Pretty
Girl’ and ‘Slide’ were recorded at Fleetwood Studios in Revere, MA.,
while ‘Strangler’, ‘Albert’ and ‘Gonna Find Me a Girl’ were recorded at
Triple A in Dorchester. The organ on the tracks done at the Triple A
session was played by the engineer, whose name remains lost for
posterity [actually it was Ray Fournier].



buriedinvinyl

This is not him. From Garage Hangover blog:
The Bugs were a quartet from Marlboro, MA that cut two singles for Astor
records (Pretty Girl/Slide was also issued as Polaris 001) along with
one unreleased track, ‘Gonna Find Me a Girl’. They were a ‘wacky’ group
that included a female bass player by the name of Rose, who was in her
early 40’s and married to guitarist Ed McGee. Polaris booked them
throughout greater Boston and Rhode Island, including an appearance on
Channel 12 in Providence.‘Strangler in the Night’, originally
credited to Albert De Salvo [the Boston Strangler], was actually written
by a ghost writer, James Vaughn, who got drafted three weeks after the
making of the single. The narration for ‘Strangler’ was done by Dick
Leviatan, a well-known radio personality from New York City.‘Pretty
Girl’ and ‘Slide’ were recorded at Fleetwood Studios in Revere, MA.,
while ‘Strangler’, ‘Albert’ and ‘Gonna Find Me a Girl’ were recorded at
Triple A in Dorchester. The organ on the tracks done at the Triple A
session was played by the engineer, whose name remains lost for
posterity [actually it was Ray Fournier].



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mistery-ed

I about flipped when I picked this up years ago and played it. One of those 45 rpm wonders.

doglips1958

Didn't Frank Sinatra do this????

Stanley parker

This really is Albert desalvo singing?

buriedinvinyl

No.

John Jay

This is wrong on so many levels. Where to begin?

Jon Doe

Idk, I think it's kinda catchy

Shannon Boyk

:D

M. Wryter

WAY COOL TO HEAR THIS.................SHOWS ANOTHER SIDE OF THE MAN ANS HIS FRUSTRATED LIFE.................NICE....

ALAIN DEWAELE

thank buriedinvinyl nice track

benjamin frescas

Just seen his biography on reelz pretty much the strangler.....turnes out lee baily was his attorney back then .same one for O.J....

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