One of the most talented lady group-styled solo performers from the 1960s who also never got a large strike, Tracey Dey never even made the very best 50, although 3 of her singles surely got to lower graph positions. Her “I WILL NOT Tell” is among the top non-hit lady group singles ever, using its great catchy chorus, full-stomping creation, surprise false closing, and assertive performing. “I WILL NOT Inform,” like many of Dey’s singles, was compiled by Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio, exactly the same group in charge of penning a lot of the Four Months’ big strikes. Crewe also helped create a few of Dey’s singles even though Gaudio wasn’t included, and certainly attempted to provide Dey a go, producing discs on her behalf on Vee Jay, Liberty, and Amy. Dey was certainly much better than most lady group singers of that time period that didn’t allow it to be, and much better than some that do, with a complete and mature tone of voice. She and Crewe didn’t obtain that one little bit of exceptional materials that might possess arranged her on program for an effective career, though, so when they do (with “I WILL NOT Inform”) it didn’t capture on since it should have. A lot of Dey’s 1960s materials is on a hard-to-find Compact disc that also contains paths by one-shot early-’60s vocalist Marcie Blane.