- The Patty Duke Syndrome is perhaps the most written-about trio whose only official output amounts to one side of a 7". But there is more. In a 2003 Spin exposé dubbed "Who the Fuck is Ryan Adams?"
The Patty Duke Syndrome is perhaps the most written-about trio whose only official output amounts to one side of a 7". But there is more. In a 2003 Spin exposé dubbed "Who the Fuck is Ryan Adams?" James Barber, Geffen Records A&R guy-turned-record producer, said: "In e… read more
The Patty Duke Syndrome split in 1994 after releasing a split 7" single containing two songs (The Patty Duke Syndrome's song on one side, and a song from a band called GlamourPuss on the other). Career Whiskeytown
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Black vinyl pressing. Original copies came with a red plastic comb plus 5 inserts (Patty Duke Syndrome credit sheet, Glamourpuss credit sheet, label catalog sheet, label sticker, Glamourpuss sticker).
Patty Duke’s death Tuesday (at the too-early age of 69) ... The Identical Cousin Syndrome is the working out of the good girl/bad girl split. The good girl/bad girl split presupposes that any ...
Oct 31, 1993 · Directed by Michael Katleman. With Patty Duke, Tracy Nelson, G.W. Bailey, Susan Blakely. A woman accustomed to always having the last word in every situation, finds herself trying to "rescue" her grandson, Jesse, from being signed away to grow up in an institution for Down's Syndrome children.
The Patty Duke Show is an American sitcom that ran on ABC from September 18, 1963, to April 27, 1966, with reruns airing through August 31. The show was created as a vehicle for rising star Patty Duke. 105 black-and-white episodes were produced, 104 of them airing over three seasons.