I can answer most questions regarding 1950s Black Vocal Group music, called Doo Wop (Do Wop). Having lived in the era & grew up with the sounds of the early 50s.
Extensive research into 1950s doo wop and have resoures at hand to draw from..
United Group Harmony Association, Doowop Society, Doowop Corner, etc..
Discoveries Magazine, Goldmine Magazine, Kreiter's Price Guide &
Dead Wax Guide.
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Hi Andy, Lot's of great books out there on this subject; Du-Wop by Johnny Keys, Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight~Spaniels by Richard C Carter, Group Harmony(2 volumes)by Todd Baptista, Just Walkin'
Hi Bill, Looked thru all my sources, no doo wop Lois's, but there is 'You're The Only Girl,Delores by Nolan Strong & The Diablos from Fortune records; http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nolan-Strong-The-Diablos-For-Old-Times-Sake-Complete-Ear
Hi Donna, There were many versions of the song "Tell Me Why", the most popular one was by the 'Belmonts' from 1961, other versions were by the 'Sunbeams', 'Crew Cuts' & 'Bobby Vinton', try going to youtube
Hi Steve, Your song is "Groovy Baby" by 'Billy Abbott & Jewels on Parkway 874 from 1963. If you now do a google search, you'll see a bunch of lyric links. The question I answered previously was about
Hi Dennis, There were several versions of this song; Jesse Belvin on RCA records from 1959, Lula Reed on Federal records from 1961 , Splendors on Jano records from 1962. Alley Cats on Philles records
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