WEDDING BELL BLUES by Laura Nyro originally recorded by The Fifth Dimension | Featured on The Young And the Restless – Elizabeth Hendrickson as tough and pretty Chloe Mitchell-Abbott sings to loyal and eligible Greg Rikaart as stand up Kevin Fisher

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As part of Elizabeth Hendrickson’s character Chloe Mitchell-Abbott’s appreciation for the blood marrow transplant she thinks was by Greg Rikaart’s Kevin Fisher, she sings a karaoke version – true to the original, of the song WEDDING BELL BLUES as originally performed and recorded by the Fifth Dimension.

Which family company business will Chloe wind up with: Chancellor Industries, run by the Duchess, Katherine Chancellor?  His own company, Crimson Lights?  Would Chloe date either Billy or Kevin if they did not have family company businesses on which to go back?   Is it the case: BOTH Kevin and Chloe, as characters, are the *least*  concerned with what each family in Genoa City has to offer as money in a family business – and most concerned with people regardless of their job?  Probably, like the rest of all of us, both!

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Meanspeed-Carlton Summary

median expected tempo/mean speed=118.9 beats per minute

average beat=~.05045 seconds

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songs within 1% of the speed of Wedding Bell Blues –

“Both Sides Now” Judy Collins

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Cyndi Lauper

“Instant Karma” John Lennon

“I’d Really Love To See You Tonight” England Dan and John Ford-Coley

“Theme From Terms of Endearment”  Michael Gore

Ian Schneider
New Jersey Free School

Comments 7

  1. Artamus says on December 12, 2011

    Actually, “Wedding bell blues” was originally recorded by Laura Nyro herself, in 1966 and appears on her first album “More than a new discovery” The Fifth Dimension covered it in 1969.

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