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(born Eva Narcissus Boyd on 29-June-1943 in Bellhaven, North Carolina.
Died 10-April-2003 at Lenoir Memorial Hospital in Kinston, North
Carolina - cause: cervical cancer)
Dimension 1000 -
The Loco-Motion / He Is The Boy – 1962
Dimension 1007 -
Hula Hoopin' / Some Kind Of Wonderful - 1963 (backing vocals
Little Eva and The Cookies -- Idalia Boyd was Little Eva's sister)
Dimension 1010 -
Swinging On A Star* / Another Night With The Boys - 1963 *backing
vocals Little Eva.
Dimension 1011 -
Old Smokey Locomotion / Just A Little Girl – 1963
Dimension 1015 -
Happy Being Fat* / Soul Waltzin' - 1963 *backing vocals Little
Dimension 1019 -
Let's Start The Party Again / Please Hurt Me - 1963
Irwin with Little Eva
Dimension 1021 -
The Christmas Song / I Wish You Had A Merry Christmas - 1963
Dimension 1028 -
Heigh Ho* / I Want So Much To Know You - 1964 *Backing Vocals Little
Dimension 1035 -
Makin' With The Magilla / Run To Her - 1964 (Some Copies Issued With
Spring 704 - Get
Ready - Uptight / Mr. Everything - 1968
Spring 101 - Mama
Said / Something About You Boy – 1969
/ The Jewels
003007 - The Loco-Motion / Opportunity* - ? *Flip By The Jewels.
003017 - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby / Let's Turkey Trot - ?
Big Dee Irwin / The Cookies
003037 - Swinging On A Star / Don't Say Nothin' Bad* - ? *Flip By The
Ripete 164 - The Loco-Motion / Lets
Turkey Trot - ? (Gold Nuggets Series)
- Llllloco-Motion - 1962 (First Pressing)
- Llllloco-Motion - 1962
5407 - The Best Of Little Eva – 1991
Rhino ? - Little
Eva: The Loco-Motion - 1996
Westside ? -
Llllittle Eva!: The Complete Dimension Recordings - 2001
Carole King and
Gerry Goffin's 1963 composition "One Fine Day" was
originally recorded with Little Eva singing the lead vocal. But the
song didn't sound right to the composers, so Little Eva was replaced
by The Chiffons the song was released in 1963 on LAURIE 3179.
"The Loco-Motion" by Little Eva also had an "answer" record, titled "Little Eva" by The Locomotions in 1963 on GONE 5142.