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1959 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Mario & The Flips ONCE IN AWHILE / NOBODY'S SWEETHEART NOW On Cross Country 100.

1959 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Mario & The Flips ONCE IN AWHILE / NOBODY'S SWEETHEART NOW On Cross Country 100.

1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Crests GUILTY / NUMBER ONE WITH ME On Selma 311 One of the most successful integrated doo wop groups, the Crests waxed the classic ballad "16 Candles" in 1959. Formed in 1956, they began recording the next year for Joyce, where they inched onto the pop lists with "Sweetest One." Moving to the brand-new Coed logo, Johnny Maestro's..

1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Crests GUILTY / NUMBER ONE WITH ME On Selma 311

1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Crests GUILTY / NUMBER ONE WITH ME On Selma 311 One of the most successful integrated doo wop groups, the Crests waxed the classic ballad "16 Candles" in 1959. Formed in 1956, they began recording the next year for Joyce, where they inched onto the pop lists with "Sweetest One." Moving to the brand-new Coed logo, Johnny Maestro's..

1955 45 Rpm The Nutmegs STORY UNTOLD / MAKE ME LOSE MY MIND On Herald 452. Monster Doowop Hit From These Boys From Connecticut!

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

1955 45 Rpm The Nutmegs STORY UNTOLD / MAKE ME LOSE MY MIND On Herald 452. Monster Doowop Hit From These Boys From Connecticut!

1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Moonglows THE BEATING OF MY HEART  / CONFESS IT TO YOUR HEART On Chess 1669. The Moonglows were among the most important R&B groups of the 1950s, despite the fact that they only had a handful of hits among fewer than 50 recorded songs, in a history that lasted just six years, in sharp contrast to such acts as the Orioles and the Drifters, who were together across decades and recorded huge bodies of work.

1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Moonglows THE BEATING OF MY HEART / CONFESS IT TO YOUR HEART On Chess 1669. The Moonglows were among the most important R&B groups of the 1950s, despite the fact that they only had a handful of hits among fewer than 50 recorded songs, in a history that lasted just six years, in sharp contrast to such acts as the Orioles and the Drifters, who were together across decades and recorded huge bodies of work.

From New York, USA, The Velours - featuring the wonderfully expressive lead of Jerome Ramos, whose halting and vibrato-laden vocal style was one of the most intriguing in doo-wop - were one of the most impressive groups of the doo-wop era. Other members included Charles Moffett, John Pearson, Don Haywoode, John Cheatdom and pianist Calvin Hayes. The group first recorded for Baton, although nothing was released, but in 1957 they joined Onyx and success followed.

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

From New York, USA, The Velours - featuring the wonderfully expressive lead of Jerome Ramos, whose halting and vibrato-laden vocal style was one of the most intriguing in doo-wop - were one of the most impressive groups of the doo-wop era. Other members included Charles Moffett, John Pearson, Don Haywoode, John Cheatdom and pianist Calvin Hayes. The group first recorded for Baton, although nothing was released, but in 1957 they joined Onyx and success followed.

1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Tune Weavers I REMEMBER DEAR / PAMELA JEAN On Casa Grande 4038.. This R&B vocal ensemble came from Woburn, Massachusetts, USA, and comprised lead Margo Sylvia (b. 4 April 1936), her husband and bass Johnny Sylvia (b. 8 September 1935), her brother and tenor Gilbert J. Lopez (b. 4 July 1934), and her cousin and obligato Charlotte Davis (b. 12 November 1936). The group got together in 1956 and within six months were recording for

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Tune Weavers I REMEMBER DEAR / PAMELA JEAN On Casa Grande 4038.. This R&B vocal ensemble came from Woburn, Massachusetts, USA, and comprised lead Margo Sylvia (b. 4 April 1936), her husband and bass Johnny Sylvia (b. 8 September 1935), her brother and tenor Gilbert J. Lopez (b. 4 July 1934), and her cousin and obligato Charlotte Davis (b. 12 November 1936). The group got together in 1956 and within six months were recording for

The Rockin' Chairs all friends from Queens Village and Long Island, New York, were basically an instrumental dance group, who played at record hops. Theywere formed in 1955 and about three years later, at a dance, met Alan Fredericks, who licked them so much that he became their manager. Alan was a friend to the owner of Recorte Records and when the guys auditioned,they were signed on the Spot . The personnel was as follows : Lenny Dean (Lead Singer & Sax)....

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

The Rockin' Chairs all friends from Queens Village and Long Island, New York, were basically an instrumental dance group, who played at record hops. Theywere formed in 1955 and about three years later, at a dance, met Alan Fredericks, who licked them so much that he became their manager. Alan was a friend to the owner of Recorte Records and when the guys auditioned,they were signed on the Spot . The personnel was as follows : Lenny Dean (Lead Singer & Sax)....

1960 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Five Satins THESE FOOLISH THINGS / A BEGGAR WITH A DREAM On Cub 9077. The Five Satins are best known for the doo wop classic "In the Still of the Night," a song that was popular enough to make the group one of the most famous doo wop outfits, although they never had another hit of the same magnitude.

1960 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Five Satins THESE FOOLISH THINGS / A BEGGAR WITH A DREAM On Cub 9077. The Five Satins are best known for the doo wop classic "In the Still of the Night," a song that was popular enough to make the group one of the most famous doo wop outfits, although they never had another hit of the same magnitude.

1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Monarchs PRETTY LITTLE GIRL / IN MY YOUNGER DAYS On Neil 101..

1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Monarchs PRETTY LITTLE GIRL / IN MY YOUNGER DAYS On Neil 101..

1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Carousels IF YOU WANT TO / PRETTY LITTLE THING On Gone 5018

1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Carousels IF YOU WANT TO / PRETTY LITTLE THING On Gone 5018

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