Music: Pop Records

Not content to have captured the bulk of the pop record market with their singing, the industry's goslings have lately turned to the menacing practice of writing and warbling their own tunes. Paul Anka, 17, a Canadian boy with a voice like a grouse's cry and a compositional style to match, wrote and recorded (for ABC-Paramount) an amatory yawp of pain entitled So It's Goodbye, saw it become a favorite of the jukebox set. A carrot-haired New Jersey girl named Beverly Ross, 22, deserted the chicken farm where she grew up, traveled to Manhattan,...

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