1965 45 Rpm The Jameco's Feat. Diana Tyler & Nat Brown. This obscure Single Features A Vocal Group that clearly Coming from the doo wop tradition, doing background vocal honors for a pair of strong gospel style soul singers. Great Rendition Of The The Moonglows classic "MOST OF ALL".

1965 45 Rpm The Jameco's Feat. Diana Tyler & Nat Brown. This obscure Single Features A Vocal Group that clearly Coming from the doo wop tradition, doing background vocal honors for a pair of strong gospel style soul singers. Great Rendition Of The The Moonglows classic "MOST OF ALL".

1960 45 Rpm Mary Wells BYE BYE BABY / PLEASE FORGIVE ME On Motown 1003. She Only Hit The U.S Charts At #45 With This Diddy..

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1960 45 Rpm Mary Wells BYE BYE BABY / PLEASE FORGIVE ME On Motown 1003. She Only Hit The U.S Charts At #45 With This Diddy..

The Dells were an American R&B vocal group. Formed in high school in 1952 by founding members Marvin Junior, Verne Allison, Johnny Funches, Chuck Barksdale, and Mickey and Lucius McGill, under the name the El-Rays, they released their first recording in 1954, and two years later, had their first R&B hit with "Oh What a Night". After disbanding due to a near-fatal car crash in 1958....

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The Dells were an American R&B vocal group. Formed in high school in 1952 by founding members Marvin Junior, Verne Allison, Johnny Funches, Chuck Barksdale, and Mickey and Lucius McGill, under the name the El-Rays, they released their first recording in 1954, and two years later, had their first R&B hit with "Oh What a Night". After disbanding due to a near-fatal car crash in 1958....

1960 Popcorn R & B Jackie Wilson AM I THE MAN / ALONE AT LAST On Brunswick 55170 Jackie Wilson was one of the most important agents of black pop's transition from R&B into soul. In terms of vocal power (especially in the upper register), few could outdo him; he was also an electrifying on-stage showman. He was a consistent hitmaker from the mid-'50s through the early '70s, although never a crossover superstar.

1960 Popcorn R & B Jackie Wilson AM I THE MAN / ALONE AT LAST On Brunswick 55170 Jackie Wilson was one of the most important agents of black pop's transition from R&B into soul. In terms of vocal power (especially in the upper register), few could outdo him; he was also an electrifying on-stage showman. He was a consistent hitmaker from the mid-'50s through the early '70s, although never a crossover superstar.

1963 45 Rpm Donald Height RUN JOE / SOUL MONKEY TWIST On Jubilee 5461 PROMO..

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1963 45 Rpm Donald Height RUN JOE / SOUL MONKEY TWIST On Jubilee 5461 PROMO..

The Enchanters were the band led by soul vocalist Garnet Mimms in the mid-'60s. Mims disbanded his previous group the Gainors in 1961 and teamed with Charles Boyer, Sam Bell and Zola Pearnell. But Mimms' producer Jerry Ragovoy would sometimes use the Sweet Inspirations to back Mimms rather than The Enchanters, although he would retain The Enchanters name on the session. It was their voices heard on "Cry Baby," Mimms' R&B chart topper and number four pop single in 1963.

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The Enchanters were the band led by soul vocalist Garnet Mimms in the mid-'60s. Mims disbanded his previous group the Gainors in 1961 and teamed with Charles Boyer, Sam Bell and Zola Pearnell. But Mimms' producer Jerry Ragovoy would sometimes use the Sweet Inspirations to back Mimms rather than The Enchanters, although he would retain The Enchanters name on the session. It was their voices heard on "Cry Baby," Mimms' R&B chart topper and number four pop single in 1963.

1966 NORTHERN SOUL 45 Rpm Larry Chubby Reynolds THE BELLS OF MY HEART / PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME On Tri-Spin 1005/1007. Great Soulful record, On The Rare tri-Spin label. Check Us out: On www.facebook.com/stackowax   Instagram:echosofthepast

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1966 NORTHERN SOUL 45 Rpm Larry Chubby Reynolds THE BELLS OF MY HEART / PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME On Tri-Spin 1005/1007. Great Soulful record, On The Rare tri-Spin label. Check Us out: On www.facebook.com/stackowax Instagram:echosofthepast

Certainly one of the most flamboyant New Orleans pianists in recent memory, James Carroll Booker III was a major influence on the local rhythm & blues scene in the '50s and '60s. Booker's training included classical instruction until age 12, by which time he had already begun to gain recognition as a blues and gospel organist on radio station WMRY every Sunday. By the time he was out of high school he had recorded on several occasions, including his own first release, "Doing the Hambone,"

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Certainly one of the most flamboyant New Orleans pianists in recent memory, James Carroll Booker III was a major influence on the local rhythm & blues scene in the '50s and '60s. Booker's training included classical instruction until age 12, by which time he had already begun to gain recognition as a blues and gospel organist on radio station WMRY every Sunday. By the time he was out of high school he had recorded on several occasions, including his own first release, "Doing the Hambone,"

1962 SOUL 45 Rpm Johnnie Morisette ANYTIME ANYPLACE ANYWHERE / MEET ME AT THE TWISTIN PLACE On Sar 126.. Johnny Morisette, Born in the South Pacific, Morisette had been raised in Mobile, Ala., where he had grown up singing with a local quartet, the Bells of Heaven. Though the group never recorded, they appeared on local radio and television. They were on local programs when nationally known quartets like the Soul Stirrers and Pilgrim Travelers would come to town.

1962 SOUL 45 Rpm Johnnie Morisette ANYTIME ANYPLACE ANYWHERE / MEET ME AT THE TWISTIN PLACE On Sar 126.. Johnny Morisette, Born in the South Pacific, Morisette had been raised in Mobile, Ala., where he had grown up singing with a local quartet, the Bells of Heaven. Though the group never recorded, they appeared on local radio and television. They were on local programs when nationally known quartets like the Soul Stirrers and Pilgrim Travelers would come to town.

Titus Turner "SOUND OFF" B/w "ME AND MY LONELY TELEPHONE" On Jamie 1174.. Born In Atlanta Georgia, Turner's Debut Single Release In 1950 was "WHERE ARE YOU" On Aladdin records Billed As Mr. T & His Band. Titus Had His Biggest Hit With "SOUND OFF" Which Came From The Only Album He Ever Released

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Titus Turner "SOUND OFF" B/w "ME AND MY LONELY TELEPHONE" On Jamie 1174.. Born In Atlanta Georgia, Turner's Debut Single Release In 1950 was "WHERE ARE YOU" On Aladdin records Billed As Mr. T & His Band. Titus Had His Biggest Hit With "SOUND OFF" Which Came From The Only Album He Ever Released

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