Verdelle Smith (singer)

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Verdelle Smith is a female pop singer from America who was a one-hit wonder with the song "Tar and Cement" in 1966. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.[1]

Recording[edit]

Selective discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Issued on Capitol Records in the United States. Some also on Capitol in Canada and Australia; EMI in the UK; Peak Records in New Zealand.

  • "In My Room" / "Walk Tall", Jan 1966, No. 62 US Hot 100
  • "Oh How Much I Love You"
  • "Tar and Cement" / "A Piece of the Sky", 1966, No. 38 US Hot 100
  • "I Don't Need Anything"
  • "If You Can't Say Anything Nice About Me"
  • "Baby, Baby" / "There's So Much Love All Around Me"
  • "Life Goes On" / "Juanito"
  • "Carnaby's Gone Away" / "Sittin' and Waitin'"

Album[edit]

  • (Alone) In My Room, Capitol Records, 1966. Produced by Marvin Holtzman, arranged by Lee Pockriss.
  • Tar and Cement--The Complete Recordings 1965-1967, Omni Recordings, 2013.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ABC (Australia) website.
  2. ^ http://www.amazon.com/Tar-Cement-Complete-Recordings-1965-1967/dp/B00BE9GE88/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1387488053&sr=8-1&keywords=verdelle+smith+tar+and+cement