About this title: After three years of consistent success, 1962-1965, the Four Seasons (whose records were usually given the additional credit "featuring the 'sound' of Frankie Valli") branched out into two different recording units while continuing to make records under their regular name. The Wonder Who?, which was the group under a pseudonym, scored a novelty hit in the fall of 1965 with a cover of Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice" on which Valli impersonated the 1940s jazz singer Rose Murphy to comic effect. And in a more serious vein, ...
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