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Deborah Walley - So Little Time / Sometimes In The Darkest Hour Album
Performer: Deborah Walley
Title: So Little Time / Sometimes In The Darkest Hour
Country US
Label Dee Gee Records
Catalog Number 3006
Genre: Pop
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 515
MP3 size: 2270 mb
FLAC size: 1186 mb
WMA size: 1418 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, Promo

Deborah Walley - So Little Time / Sometimes In The Darkest Hour Album


1So Little Time
Arranged By, Producer – Hank LevineWritten-By – Micki Grant
2Sometimes In The Darkest Hour
Producer, Written-By – Tony Harris


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
3006Deborah Walley So Little Time / Sometimes In The Darkest Hour ‎(7", Single)Dee Gee Records3006US1965


  • EngineerStan Ross


Radio Station Promo Version


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Deborah Walley was a very attractive sixties' movie actress. Her vocal talents are passable, but this material is very lame, the song's lyrics almost prophetically telling a tale of a woman who is 'tired of hating, tired of name calling...' sounds like a future Facebook meme. Like I said, lame.

'Sometimes in the Darkest Hour' is suspiciously ancient New Age in lyric and strictly square sixties' jazz in music. Deborah just talks this one. Some female vocalists can get away with just 'talking', but this little romp is almost worse than 'So Little Time'.

I prefer to remember Ms. Walley's gorgeous looks back in the day.