69 / 2 Comments Saturday 26 November 1960 Panel: Paul Carpenter, Marion Keene, Pete Murray +1 Records played: Excuse Me – Nick Noble Sway – Bobby Rydell ‘D’ In Love – Cliff Richard Baby Baby – Jack Scott
re Jack Scott
Baby Baby – was the B-side of ‘What in the world’s come over you’ released in Jan 1960. I don’t understand why this would appear on JBJ 10 months later.
There was a single released in Nov 1960 called ‘Patsy’ and I think that is more likely to have been the song played.
Yes, I think this was a misunderstanding by the person who provided this info. Alley Cat (NME) had commented “Why did Stewart Morris play mediocre B-side of Jack Scott disc on ‘Juke Box Jury’?”, and this was assumed to be the b-side of WITW. However, as you say, Baby Baby was a new release at that time, so presumably the record played was its flipside, “Old Time Religion”.