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Street Corner Symphonies - Story of Doo Wop Vol 11 CD  

Street Corner Symphonies - Story of Doo Wop Vol 11 CD

Like Rap, Doo-Wop music was an urban American art-form. It was sung on street-corners, in stairwells of tenement apartments, in high school toilets... and it was preserved for posterity in recording studios. Most of the performers were African American, and many of the songs were romantic in sharp contrast to the bleak reality of urban African American life at the time. Doo-Wop had its origins in the black pop and gospel groups of the pre-World War II era, but it flourished in the years after World War II and became a major contributing force to the evolution of Rock n Roll.
1. The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You
2. The Clovers - Love Potion No. 9
3. The Skyliners - This I Swear
4. The Crests - The Angels Listened In
5. The Sheppards - Island Of Love
6. The Falcons - You\'re So Fine
7. The Impalas - Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home)
8. The Channels - My Love Will Never Die
9. The Accents - Wiggle, Wiggle
10. The Shirelles - Dedicated To The One I Love
11. The Impressions - Senorita I Love You
12. Dion and The Belmonts - A Teenager In Love
13. Little Anthony & The Imperials -Shimmy, Shimmy, Ko-Ko-Bop
14. The Mystics - Hushabye
15. The Rivieras - Moonlight Serenade
16. The Genies - Who\'s That Knocking
17. The Passions - Just To Be With You
18. The Coasters - Charlie Brown
19. Huey Smith (and The Clowns) - Dearest Darling
20. The Dells - Dry Your Eyes
21. The Olympics - (Baby) Hully Gully
22. Little Jimmy and The Tops - Puppy Love
23. The Eternals - Rockin\' In The Jungle
24. The Fireflies - You Were Mine
25. The Fiestas - Good News
26. The Boss-Tones - Mope-itty Mope
27. Phil Phillips with The Twilights - Sea Of Love
28. The Desires - Let It Please Be You
29. The Fantastics - There Goes My Love
30. The Satintones - My Beloved (without strings)
31. The Fascinators - Oh Rose Marie
32. The Sonics - This Broken Heart
33. The Drifters - There Goes My Baby
34. The Isley Brothers - Shout (Parts 1 & 2)

This product was added to our catalogue on Wednesday 22 May, 2013.


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