Pamela Blue is among the more mysterious feminine pop-rock vocalists of the first 1960’s, and one of the most startling discoveries of manufacturer Joe Meek, at least predicated on her only one. At 15, she had been out of college and looking for are a singer, as well as fronted a music group for a while. She chanced to meet up Screaming Lord Sutch, who place her touching Joe Meek, who acquired a tune and an agreement just looking forward to a vocalist. “MY PAL Bobby” was compiled by Geoff Goddard, and it had been of a bit with such functions as “Tribute To Pal Holly” and “EXACTLY LIKE Eddie,” various other Meek production topics, only even more personal. Using a sound comparable to “Everyday” (by method of the Tornadoes’ “Telstar,” the most obvious bottom line was to replace “Pal” for “Bobby” and one emerged up not merely with another Pal Holly tribute tune, but a appreciate tune, as well–really from Meek to his idol. It had been all extremely poignant, and Blue was evidently sufficiently encouraged with the results to quit her factory work. Alas, she by no means got another record released.