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
1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Dubs BESIDE MY LOVE / GONNA MAKE A CHANGE On Gone 5020.. The Dubs had a long career, from the late '50s through the '80s, but are best remembered for their enduring Top 40 doo wop classic "Could This Be Magic," one of the more memorable songs of 1957. During the early '50s, the group developed out of two short-lived vocal acts: the Five Wings and the Scale-Tones. The Harlem-based Five Wings (originally "the Five Stars") were Jackie Rue (lead),
1961 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Elegants HAPPINESS / SPIRAL On United Artist 295 .. Formed in the mid-50s in Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA, the Elegants were a white doo-wop group. They achieved a US number 1 single, ‘Little Star’, in 1958, only to disappear from the charts permanently thereafter. The group was comprised of lead vocalist Vito Picone (17 March 1940), Carman Romano (b. 17 August 1939), James Moschella (b. 10 May 1938),
1957 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Whirlers MAGIC MIRROR / TONIGHT & FOREVER On Whirlin Disc. 108. In May of 1957, Whirlin Disc released the Empires's second record. It was under a different name, They were the Whirlers (spelled "Wheelers" in a Whirlin Disc ad sponsored by Bobby Robinson's partner, Jubilee Record's Jerry Blaine).
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..
1958 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Crescendos SCHOOL GIRL / CRAZY HOP On Nasco 6009
1958 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Crescendos SCHOOL GIRL / CRAZY HOP On Nasco 6009 #ClassicRBDooWopSoulRocknRollTeen1950s
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1964 NORTHERN SOUL 45 Rpm Susan Rafey JUST ANOTHER PRETTY FACE / LET ME TELL YOU BABY On Jubilee 5468.. The lady who delighted the Northern Soul crowd with her Verve 45s. Deliver another that will please those into the 60s Girl-Sound.Alan Lorber’s arrangement delivers a feelgood brass driven girl-group backed dancer. The flip is a more controlled mid-pacer.
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1962 45 Rpm Vito & The Salutations "GLORIA" / "LET'S UNTWIST THE TWIST" On Rayna 5009. Great Cover Version Of The Cadilacs Gloria. Strong Vocals by Vito Balsamo
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.
1956 Doo Wop 45 Rpm The Willows CHURCH BELLS MAY RING / BABY TELL ME On Melba 102.The Willows were a New York doo-wop group formed in 1953 as the Five Willows. The group comprised: Tony Middleton brothers Ralph and Joe Martin Richie Davis and John Steele..
1962 Doo Wop 45 Rpm Joey Of The Royal Teens BLANCHE / THE ORIENTAL On Chevron 500.. The Royal Teens are, by one definition, a hard-luck band. They could play hard and loud, but they also sang well and knew how to harmonize. They were one of the better rock & roll bands of their period, nicely self-contained and with a great beat and hard attack on their instruments, which included sax, electric guitar, and piano. But for all of that, they're virtually a one-hit
1957 DOO WOP 45 Rpm Billy Ward & The Dominoes TO EACH HIS OWN / I DON'T STAND A GHOST OF A CHANCE On Decca 30420.. The Dominoes (also sometimes known as Billy Ward & the Dominoes) had one of the finest musical pedigrees of any R&B vocal group of the 1940s, at least based on its founder's training and experience. A lots of R&B acts came out of a gospel background, and Bo Diddley even studied violin as a boy..