Posts Tagged ‘doo wop’

I Walk On

January 6, 2019

“I Walk On,” written by Thomas Bryant, recorded by Little Tommy and the Elgins, 1962.

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Hello Mr. New Year

January 1, 2019

“Hello Mr. New Year,” recorded in 1958 by the The Coolbreezers, of Washington ,DC: Joe Reuth, Richard Steward, Bob Armstrong, William Primrose, Earl J. Williams, Sonny Williams. Like many African American harmony groups, the ensemble originally sang Gospel music. The Coolbreezers recorded for Bale Records, a short-lived venture of long-time DC R&B empresaria Bea Williams, sister of two group members.

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New Years Eve Is Over

January 1, 2019

“New Years Eve Is Over,” doo-wop by the DelVues, from 1961.

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Christmas to New Year’s

December 29, 2018

“Christmas to New Years,” recorded in 1951 by The Larks. Lead vocal: Alden (Allen) Bunn.
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Merry Christmas Darling

December 25, 2018

“Merry Christmas Darling,” written by Val Poliuto and sung by him with his groupThe Jaguars, who met in LA’s Fremont High. Xmas, South Central style.

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Christmas to New Year’s

December 27, 2016

“Christmas to New Years,” recorded in 1951 by The Larks. Lead vocal: Alden (Allen) Bunn.
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Merry Christmas Darling

December 27, 2016

“Merry Christmas Darling,” written by Val Poliuto and sung by him with his groupThe Jaguars, who met in LA’s Fremont High. Xmas, South Central style.

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Mambo Santa Mambo

December 12, 2016

“Mambo Santa Mambo,” performed by the acapella group The Bobs. It was originally recorded by the Enchanters (who wrote it) in 1957.

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Hello Mr. New Year

January 1, 2016

“Hello Mr. New Year,” recorded in 1958 by the The Coolbreezers, of Washington ,DC: Joe Reuth, Richard Steward, Bob Armstrong, William Primrose, Earl J. Williams, Sonny Williams. Like many African American harmony groups, the ensemble originally sang Gospel music. The Coolbreezers recorded for Bale Records, a short-lived venture of long-time DC R&B empresaria Bea Williams, sister of two group members.

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New Years Eve Is Over

January 1, 2016

“New Years Eve,” doo-wop by the DelVues, from 1961.

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