Music: Pop Records

Swinging Dors (Diana Dors; Columbia). In her first album, British Cinemactress Dors, who is best known as a platinum-haired prowline, demonstrates surprisingly that she is also a singer. Equipped with a clear, flexible voice and a natural knack for phrasing, she works her way with equal ease through ballads (Imagination) and rhythm songs (Come By Sunday), giving all of them a raffish and rueful charm.

Tell Laura I Love Her (Ray Peterson; RCA Victor). The newest and by all odds the sickest of the sick teen-age songs describes a young driver who enters a stock-car race to get money for a wedding...

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