Gallery 6



Patty





Olivia & Santa



Equal Time. . .Patty with Santa

“I need a lot more than that” - Patty Patero
Her cousin, Jeanne on the left. . .“I'll take what she doesn't want”

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Olivia & Marian Bowers at a Red Sox game



Stormy in the store

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Pit stop - no more room at the store

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Whoops! I Didn't know Patty was home. . .NOT GOOD

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Sonia & her husband Gary Bowman from Chicago





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Val and Patty in Boston

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Andrea (Lady "M") & Lee Jolles (Mr. Lee)



Lee Jolles

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LEE with CHRISTINE VITALE & DONN FILETI

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Luncheon after Lee's funeral

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WE LET ANYBODY IN!

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Reformed Informers. . .Smitty on left, soon to start his current group Quiet Storm.

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Nancy & Frank Lipsius and their children

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Laura Ingram

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Bob Campbell & Frank Chille

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Harry Moffitt

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Steve Applebaum and wife Carol

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Sammy Strain with Tom Kline

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Charles Anderson with Ruth McFadden

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Dennis Burgey, Buzzy Garland and Harold Leiter

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Mike Hoffman & Chuck in the late '70s

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Phil Granito extremely talented member of The Duprees,
Not that the others aren't

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Milton Love (Solitaires)

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Dining with the Harptones

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Karen Efron with Patty

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Blavat and Jimmy DePre

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John Wisdo

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Mike Neysmith FINALLY paying an old debt

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Left to right: Carl Tancredi, Richard Barrett & Harold Leiter

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Howard Ravitsky - owner of Lash Records

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Lee Andrews & Denny Thompson

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Chuck with Lee Andrews

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Billy Jackson & John Anderson

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Buzz Curtis

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Chuck & Rollye James

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Petra (Russian spy) with Freddie

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More Russians

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Catherine Quillman, Philadelphia Inquirer writer,
wandered into the store and left with an article!

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Bernie Parent, former Philadelphia Flyers goalie
I taught him everything he knows (about football)

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Bob Pantano in South Philly, where he reigns

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Member of The Ebb Tides on Teen - his ex-wife was the lead singer
I can't remember his name

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Tim Hauser

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Amanda. . .Hannah's friend from church

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Tommie Shider, lead singer of The Sheps (outstanding acapella group)
I sold him records when he was 15!
He was an excellent student (probably not in school)

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Yvette Davis, writer of "How Can I Let You Get Away", by The Spinners.
The original "A" side before they flipped it to "I'll Be Around"

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Kev Roberts, U.K. soul dealer

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Dennis Burgey "The Doo Wop Cop"

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Louie being Louie. . . before Joe Cocker took it on the road!

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John Anderson & Patty



Eddie & Sheila Holman



Jordi Ramirez & Meri from Barcelona, Spain





Peter & Jeff Yaffe



Jan Witte's daughter Victoria



Louie Contender thinking back over his career in music (less than 2 seconds)



Early Quiet Storm (Smitty on the left)



Bobby J!



Lou Costello, the consummate entertainer (radio, stage, TV & movies).
HE WATCHES THEM ALL!



Barbara English, lead singer of The Clickettes



Tina - she's a cop-I always run red lights when she's on duty. .



Tom Hight. . .My first girlfriend, Nancy, used to steal my records & sell them
to him at half price. "Find out what he wants & I'll take 50% off"



Cecily Tynan, Channel 6 Weather Girl



Jackie Landry (Chantels), me & Sandi Italiano at UGHA



Charles Anderson, me & Christine Vitale at a UGHA meeting






ACTUAL HISTORICAL ARTIFACT



This is an actual poster from the '50s distributed by the Ku Klux Klan - probably in the
mid to late '50s in an attempt to stop the popularity of R&B music to white kids.

This was when race music and rockabilly were about to become rock 'n roll. . . when
juvenile delinquency was tied to this music by the mainstream media.

Thank God things like this don't have a place in America today-music doesn't have color.

P.S.: you can thank people like Berry Gordy, Bobby Robinson, Leonard Chess, Jim Stewart,
Henry Stone, George Goldner, Ahmet Ertegun, Herbie Slotkin and a host of others for their vision
and body of work. . .



Ken Mullen & Cool Bobby B in the store



“Hi, everybody, are you enjoying this? Hope so. . .” Olivia

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Angelica - strayed in to see what this place is about
Not into records, but who cares?

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