Skip & Flip was a . pop duo, consisting of Skip (Clyde Battin) and Flip (Gary S. Paxton). They met while attending the University of Arizona in the late 1950s. Once known as The Rockabillies, they recorded on Rev Records as The Pledges and then as Gary & Clyde. Time Records picked up their Rev Records master "Why Not Confess"/"Johnny Risk" and then moved them to its Brent Records label, under the name Skip and Flip. Their recording of Paxton's song "It Was I" entered the .
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Skip & Flip were the Arizona-based pre-British Invasion pop duo comprised of schoolmates Gary Paxton ("Flip") and Clyde Battin ("Skip"). They scored two Top Twenty hits in 1959, "Cherry Pie" (number 11 pop) and "It Was I" (number 11 pop), produced by Kim Fowley, but their career as a duo was short-lived . He recorded a debut self-titled solo album (featuring a song about silver screen legend Valentino in 1971, which featured backing by former Byrds members Clarence White and Roger McGuinn, and a guest appearance by Spanky McFarlane of Spanky & Our Gang. 320: Download IsraCloud.
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