Jody Reynolds (December 3, 1932 – November 7, 2008) was an American rock and roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter whose song "Endless Sleep" was a major . top-ten hit in the summer of 1958. His follow-up single, "Fire of Love", peaked at only on the Billboard chart, but the song went on to become a blues-punk classic after being covered by the MC5 and the Gun Club.
Album Teenage Tragedy. Endless Sleep Lyrics. VERSE 1 The night was black, rain falling down Looked for my Baby, she's nowhere around Traced her footsteps down to the shore Afraid she's gone for ever more. Endless Sleep" Track Info. Written By Dolores Nance & Jody Reynolds.
Jody Reynolds had a million-seller in 1958 with "Endless Sleep. The single became a forerunner of death rock classics such as "Tell Laura I Love Her" from Ray Peterson and "Teen Angel" by Mark Dinning. Reynolds charted for the last time that same year with a number titled "Fire of Love. Reynolds also released "Stormy" on Smash Records, which was backed by "Don't Jump. For Brent, he recorded "Raggedy Ann," which was produced by Alan Freed.
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