Here's an oddball you may not have heard, Bonnie Jo Mason's "Ringo, I Love You", released in 1964, obviously a Beatles cash-in. Mason, who's real name was Cherilyn La Piere, was seventeen years old at the time, four years after the mug shot above was taken. I have no idea what she was popped for, but any thirteen year old with a mug shot automatically qualifies for junior delinquent cred.
The song is notable for a couple reasons. One is that it is a Phil Spector production, without his trademark Wall of Sound, but presumably with the Wrecking Crew, because that's who he was using at the time, and those guys could play anything, so if Spector ordered up beat group, beat group is what he got. The other notable thing is that Bonnie Jo Mason, a name thought up by Spector, was such a lame stage name for a Beatles cash-in that it's pretty obvious Spector was working out of his safety zone. La Piere would find a great deal more success shortly after the record was released, when she changed her name back to her real name, Cher.
~ NOTE: ALL MEDIA IS HOSTED BY THE BLOGS & SITES NAMED BELOW ~Listen:
Bonnie Jo Mason - Ringo, I Love You (streaming) at YouTube
Cher - Bang Bang mp3 at Blue-Lights