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... Numbers indicate Billboard chart peak positions Albums Don't Just Stand There (#90) – United Artists UAL 3452 (Mono)/UAS 6452 (Stereo) – 1965 Patty – United Artists UAL 3492/UAS 6492 – 1966 Patty Duke ...
... She Cried – United Artists UAL-3222 (Mono)/UAS-6222 (Stereo) (1962) At the Cafe Wha? – United Artists UAL-3300/UAS-6300 (1963) Come A Little Bit Closer (BB #131, CB #88) – United Artists UAL-3407. 1 (BB #105, CB #68) – United Artists UAS-6719 (1970) Wax Museum, Volume 2 – United Artists UAS-6751 (1970) Capture The Moment – United Artists UAS-6762 (1970 ...
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