I've just managed to get hold of a copy of Michaels first 45 rpm single 'Bah, Bah Bah' that he recorded with his first band  Garage band 'Joy'.

I've been looking out for a copy for years now and finally managed to track a copy down.

The label on the single has a printed mis-spelling and lists the writing credits as 'Michael Bolotkin'.

Does anyone have any information on this single that they would be willing to share with me because I'd quite like to mount the single in a frame along with some information about it.

I know that 'Bah, Bah, Bah,' was the B' side with 'Joy' singing  the unknown Beatles composition  'It's for you' on the 'A' side, but thats all I know really.

I cant wait for it to arrive and when it does, I'll see if I can somehow, record it and post a clip of it on here.

Thank you in advance for your help.
Love Jennifer XXXXXXX


Still Michaels future wife though!!

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Hey all of you: I don't know what you all are talking about, but I am assuming it is of Michael & Orrin back in the day! At any rate I had fun reading all of your stories!

mary (meg's mom)!

Hey Mary, this entire thread is about Michael's 1st 45 single with his band Joy that was recorded and released in 1969, when Michael was 15. If you have questions, let me know and I'll fill you in. :D Take care sweetie. Hugs, sincerely, Sylvie from Canada 


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