The Diamonds, The Gaylords, The Crew Cuts, The Platters - Super Groups Of The 50's album flac
- Album: Super Groups Of The 50's
- FLAC: 1748 mb | MP3: 1345 mb
- Country: Canada
- Style: Doo Wop, Ballad, Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 963
- Format: MOD ASF TTA VQF XM MP4 MP2
|A1||–The Diamonds||Little Darlin'||2:05|
|A2||–The Platters||The Great Pretender||2:38|
|A3||–The Gaylords||Tell Me You're Mine||2:37|
|A4||–The Diamonds||Why Do Fools Fall In Love||2:24|
|A5||–The Crew Cuts||Angels In The Sky||2:29|
|B1||–The Gaylords||From The Vine Came The Grape||2:35|
|B2||–The Crew Cuts||Sh-Boom||2:43|
|B3||–The Platters||(You've Got) The Magic Touch||2:23|
|B4||–The Gaylords||The Little Shoemaker||2:14|
- Manufactured By – Keel Mfg. Corp.
NotesEarly 70's US compilation release.
Reissue of The Platters,The Diamonds,The Crew-Cuts & The Gaylords:Scrapbook of Golden Hits (Mercury SRW 16371) 1967 without track B/5 (The Platters : Only You ( And You Alone))
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, etched): SPC-3271-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, etched): SPC-3271-B X
|SPC-3271||Various||Super Groups Of The 50's (12", Comp)||Pickwick||SPC-3271||Canada||Unknown|
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Features Song Lyrics for The Crew Cuts's The Pop Years - The 50's album. No songs for The Pop Years - The 50's yet.
Doo-wop (sometimes doo-wopp) is a style of vocal-based rhythm and blues music developed in African American communities in the 1940s, achieving mainstream popularity in the 1950s and early 1960s. Built upon vocal harmony, doo-wop was one of the most mainstream, pop-oriented R&B styles of the time.
In 1954 the song in the charts was Oop Shoop by The Crew-Cuts.
The Gaylords - Tell Me You're Mine. dl. The Hilltoppers - . The Crew-Cuts - Sh-Boom. The Diamonds - The Stroll. The Galaxies, Jimmie Rodgers, The Echelons. Joan Weber, Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra, Percy Faith & His Orchestra. 50s Greatest Rock N' Roll. The Fontane Sisters, Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats, Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps. 101 Rock 'N' Roll Classics.
The style is heard in the music of The Miracles, particularly in their early hits such as "Got A Job" (an answer song to "Get a Job"), "Bad Girl", "Who's Loving You", "(You Can) Depend on Me", and "Ooo Baby Baby". Much of the album contained a doo-wop flavor. Another song from the By The Way sessions to feature a doo-wop influence was a cover of "Teenager In Love", originally recorded by Dion and The Belmonts . These programs brought back, live on stage, some of the better known doo-wop groups of the past.
The Crew Cuts-brothers John and Ray Perkins, Pat Barrett and Rudi Maugeri-chiefly recorded songs that had already been regional hits by R&B artists, including most notably "Sh-Boom (Life Could Be a Dream)," which spent nine weeks at No. 1 on the national pop charts in the summer of 1954 . The rest of the album is uneven, but even the most ordinary tracks carry an authenticity lacking in the Diamonds and the Crew Cuts.
after "Sh-Boom" said "rock 'n roll, not Guy Mitchell"), which features the same extra-smiley white vocal style, but with songs strongly in the camp of crooner Rudy Vallee '30s college pop (ugh). The Crew Cuts were a Canadian group which had a number of hits back in the 1950s. The songs were, by and large, "covers": songsthat had been done by rhythm & blues groups,which they redid in a style better suited to the majority's tastes of the day. As such, they are badly vilified by r&b devotees, who seem to treat the cover versions as desecrations of holy objects.