The Seasons' third (!) album of 1964 (Return with us now to the thrilling days of yesteryear, when rock bands actually had a work ethic) was their first to feature primarily original material, as always from the pen of their genius songwriter/producer Bob Crewe. The sole exception was a gorgeously arranged and sung version of Cole Porter's "I've Got You Under My Skin," which would, ironically, become a hit for the group two years later. The other hits from the album in '64 were two of the group's patented pure-pop love songs--"Save It For Me" and "Ronnie"--as well as "Rag Doll," a classic example of the now vanished '60s genre of defiantly class-conscious, blue-collar, sort-of protest song.
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