It's Not Unusual" is a song written by Les Reed and Gordon Mills, first recorded by a then-unknown Tom Jones, after having first been offered to Sandie Shaw. Jones recorded what was intended to be a demo for Shaw, but when she heard it she was so impressed with Jones's delivery that she declined the song and recommended that Jones release it himself. The record was the second Decca single Jones released, reaching number one in the UK Singles Chart in 1965
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Their 1966 Vee-Jay album It's Not Unusual reveals just how broad their repertoire was; released on the cusp of the label's demise, The Dells had only recently registered an R&B; Top 30 hit with 'Stay in My Corner' and were touring as Ray Charles' short-lived support act. Track List.
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Their 1966 Vee-Jay album It’s Not Unusual reveals just how broad their repertoire was; released on the cusp of the label’s demise, The Dells had only recently registered an R&B Top 30 hit with ‘Stay In My Corner’ and were touring as Ray Charles’ short-lived support act. Label Charly. Genre Soul & Funk. Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash, artist.