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DIG AT THE MOVIES: “Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows”

Okay, so it’s a silly little film, but it’s fun and really captures the innocence of the early-to-mid 1960s. When the guys and gals attend a rock’n’roll mixer, the future priests and nuns prove that they can move and groove with the best of ’em. I don’t know who the band is (just actors maybe), but the song was written by Boyce and Hart, who released it as a single. I have to admit, this version is better!


This entry was posted on August 1, 2014 by in 1960s music, Dig with Kim Clark, Kim Clark and tagged .
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