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Sugar and the Spices were a duo of Corky Casey (Al Casey‘s ex-wife) and Carol Eddy (Duane Eddy‘s ex-wife). They released “Bye Bye Baby” b/w “Do The Dog” on Stacy in October 1963. A message was written on the 45, “SPECIAL NOTE: all-girl group – no recording gimmicks” — produced by Al Casey and Lee Hazelwood.” In 1964 they released “Boys Can Be Mean” b/w “Tollie” on Vee Jay. In 1965 they released a split single, “Have Faith in Me” b/w “Tomorrow (aka Tears)” – a Brilliant Korners cover — on Kent.

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