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The Hollywood Flames
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  • In addition to early recordings released as The Hollywood Flames (primary amoungst them "Buzz Buzz Buzz", which hit in 1957), the group later recorded as Dave Ford and the Hollywood Flames. In 1963, they issued an interesting novelty song, "Elizabeth", a thinly-veiled opus to Elizabeth Taylor. Released at the time of the premiere of the epic bomb "Cleopatra" and the scandalous romance between Ms. Taylor and Richard Burton, the lyric left little doubt about its subject: "(Elizabeth) everybody's watching you, (Elizabeth) wondering what are you gonna do, (Elizabeth) hoping that you'll be true; What's new girlie with the violet eyes, they say you'll never be satisfied." The chorus went on to assert: "Pocahontas was a legend, Cleopatra too; But you'll be the queen of the hall of fame, 'cause they don't got nothin' on you!" The record failed to chart the Hot 100. (Bewot)
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