1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Five Satins IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT / JONES GIRL Brown Wax
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. The origins of The Five Satins lie in the Scarlets, a New Haven, CT, doo wop group led by Fred Parris. the Scarlets formed in 1953, while Parris was still in high school.
1955 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Fi-Tones FOOLISH DREAMS / LET'S FALL IN LOVE On Atlas 1050.. Classic Doo Wop From New York. Check Us Out On Discogs: Echosofthepastofwax
1956 45 Rpm Robert & Johnny YOU'RE MINE / MILLION DOLLAR BILS On Old Town 1029.. A Bronx duo remembered for "We Belong Together," a beautiful harmony ballad that made the Top 40 in 1958, Robert Carr and Johnny Mitchell made about a dozen singles for the Old Town label in the late '50s and early '60s, none of which made remotely as much impact. As one-hit doo wop wonders go, though, they were more interesting than most.
1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Wheels MY HEART'S DESIRE / LET'S HAVE A BALL On Premium 405.. This group was managed by Allen Bunn, Former member of the Larks on Apollo. Bunn would sometimes record with the Wheels. It was Bunn who brought the group to Joe Liebowitz, Owner of Premium, in 1955. In addition to their recordings for Premium, They Also became the Studio Group for the New Jersey-Based Label. They Backed up Vicki Carr, Gloria Lynne and Arthur Lake at Premium.
1960 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Spydels WE'RE IN LOVE / BIG MC GOON On Addit 1220. Cool Sixties Doo Wop 45 Rpm
1961 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Love Notes OUR SONGS OF LOVE / NANCY MY LOVE On Wilshire 200
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1961 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Quotations IMAGINATION /ALA-MEN-SY On Verve 10245 Formed in Brooklyn, New York, USA, in 1958, the Quotations featured Larry Kaye (b. Larry Kassman; lead), Richie Schwartz (b. USA, d. 6 February 2006; first tenor), Lew Arno (second tenor) and Harvey Hershkowitz (baritone). MGM Records’ songwriter Helen Miller agreed to take over their management, and after bringing them to Verve Records she suggested they make their debut
1954 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Charms HEARTS OF STONE / WHO KNOWS On Deluxe 6062.. A Cincinnati vocal group, the Charms landed a number-one R&B hit for almost ten weeks in 1954 with "Hearts of Stone," a song that remains among the most enduring doo wop anthems. Otis Williams, Richard Parker, Donald Peak, Joe Penn, and Rolland Bradley first recorded for Rockin' in 1953, but did "Hearts of Stone" for Deluxe the next year.
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1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Monarchs PRETTY LITTLE GIRL / IN MY YOUNGER DAYS On Melba 101. Great Fifties Doo Wop!
Teddy Randazzo was never quite as visible as other New York-spawned rock & roll talent of the 1950s; to name a few, Dion was more of a star and for a lot longer, and the various members of Jay & the Americans enjoyed hits right to the outset of the '70s. But Randazzo had his day in the sun as a singer, and he also wrote hundreds of songs, and saw many dozens of recordings of the best of his work. Born in Brooklyn in 1937, he was lucky enough to grow up in a musical family, and by 15..
1961 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Little Caesar & The Romans HULLY GULLY AGAIN / FRANKIE AND JOHNNIE On Del-Fi 4164..
1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Channels THE CLOSER YOU ARE / NOW YOU KNOW On Whirlin Disc 100 #Channels #Vinyl #DooWop #Vocals While never having a run of hits, the Channels were among the most popular East Coast doo wop ensembles. Larry Hampden, Billy Morris, and Edward Doulphin were charter members of the Channels, who formed in 1955. They started with two part-time members, but then absorbed lead vocalist Earl Michael Lewis and Clifton Wright from the Lotharios.
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The Timetones - sometimes shown as The Time-Tones - was a racially mixed early 1960s New York City Doo-Wop quintet that, originating in Glen Cove, Long Island, consisted of lead Rodgers LaRue along with Tom Glozek, Glenn Williams, Tom DeGeorge and Claude "Sonny" Smith. Their sole national charter came in May 1961 for Times Square Records, an offshoot of the famed record store of the same name at Broadway and 42nd Street, owned by Irving "Slim" Rose