Teddy Bears, The

Also known as Teddy Bears, Teddybears, Teddybears, The
Members of Teddy Bears, The: Carol Connors, Marshall Leib, Phil Spector
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Teddy_Bears

Discography of Teddy Bears, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 To Know Him Is To Love Him / Endless Sleep 2 Audio 1979 Old Gold (2)
2 To Know Him Is To Love Him / The Birds And The Bees 2 Audio 1974 Contempo-Raries
3 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1958 London Records
4 Wonderful, Loveable You / Till You're Mine 2 Audio 1959 Dore
5 Oh Why / I Don't Need You Anymore 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
6 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1958 Dore
7 If You Only Knew (The Love I Have For You) / You Said Goodbye 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
8 Don't Go Away / Seven Lonely Days 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
9 The Teddy Bears Sing! 12 Audio 1981 Liberty
10 Rhythm Of The Rain / To Know Him Is To Love Him 2 Audio Collectables
11 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1958 London Records
12 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1958 Dore
13 The Teddy Bears Sing! 12 Audio Imperial
14 Oh Why / I Don't Need You Anymore 2 Audio 1959 London Records
15 My Little Pet 16 Audio Trey Records
16 Oh Why / I Don't Need You Anymore 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
17 Oh Why / I Don't Need You Anymore 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
18 The Teddy Bears Sing! 27 Audio 2006 Imperial
19 Rhythm Of The Rain / To Know Him Is To Love Him 2 Audio Collectables
20 Walk Right In / To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1978 ERA Records
21 To Know Him Is To Love Him / The Birds And The Bees 2 Audio 1974 Contempo-Raries
22 To Know Him Is To Love Him / Endless Sleep 2 Audio 1979
23 Oh Why / I Don't Need You Anymore 2 Audio 1959 Imperial
24 Building The Wall Of Sound 27 Audio 2010 Jasmine Records
25 To Know Him Is To Love Him / Chapel Of Love 2 Audio 1978 Surprise (3)
26 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 2 Audio 1958 London Records
27 My Boyfriend's Back 28 Audio 1990 Request
28 To Know Him, Is To Love Him 4 Audio Eric Records
29 My Little Pet 16 Audio Trey Records


The only group in which [a=Phil Spector] performed in before he became involved behind the scenes as a producer.

They had a major hit with the Spector-written track "To Know Him Is To Love Him" (inspired by the epitaph on Spector's father's tombstone). Released on [l=Era Records] subsidiary label, [l=Dore], it went to #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart, selling over a million copies by the end of 1958.

Their next track, after they had signed with [l=Imperial], "I Don't Need You Anymore", stalled at position #91.

Several singles and their album "[r=1013995]" failed to do as sucessfully, and the band broke up in 1959.


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