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Haunting sound from Philly. This is the flip side of Who Do You Love.

Haunting sound from Philly. This is the flip side of Who Do You Love.

Silhouettes - Your Love (Is All I Need) - Great Doo Wop / Soul Crossover Ballad

Silhouettes - Your Love (Is All I Need) - Great Doo Wop / Soul Crossover Ballad

Soul and Swagger: The Complete ‘5’ Royales, 1951-1967 / Too gritty and gutsy to secure pop crossover hits in the 1950s, the “5” Royales are one of doo-wop’s great underdiscovered vocal groups. This thorough collection starts with gospel songs the group recorded as the Royal Sons before applying gospel’s close harmonies and call-and-response propulsion to far more secular thoughts; even in the most lovelorn plaints, there’s a lusty glee.

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Soul and Swagger: The Complete ‘5’ Royales, 1951-1967 / Too gritty and gutsy to secure pop crossover hits in the 1950s, the “5” Royales are one of doo-wop’s great underdiscovered vocal groups. This thorough collection starts with gospel songs the group recorded as the Royal Sons before applying gospel’s close harmonies and call-and-response propulsion to far more secular thoughts; even in the most lovelorn plaints, there’s a lusty glee.

Famed for their lone hit, "Puddin' n' Tain," the Alley Cats were one of the many studio groups employed by the legendary pop producer and Svengali Phil Spector. The roots of the Alley Cats lie in the Untouchables, a Los Angeles doo wop combo previously known as The Valiants, which scored the 1957 crossover hit "This Is the Night."

Famed for their lone hit, "Puddin' n' Tain," the Alley Cats were one of the many studio groups employed by the legendary pop producer and Svengali Phil Spector. The roots of the Alley Cats lie in the Untouchables, a Los Angeles doo wop combo previously known as The Valiants, which scored the 1957 crossover hit "This Is the Night."

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