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The Five Crowns - The Rainbow And Old Town Recordings Album

Performer:

The Five Crowns

Title:

The Rainbow And Old Town Recordings

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

2558 mb

Label:

Collectables

Rating:

4.7

Style:

Doo Wop

Country:

US

Date of release:

2002

The Five Crowns - The Rainbow And Old Town Recordings Album

Tracklist

1$19.50 Bus2:26
2I Don't Have to Hunt No More2:40
3You're My Inspiration2:32
4You Came To Me2:38
5Good Luck Darling2:29
6Oh Lovely One2:26
7Good Luck1:54
8You Win Again3:00
9Who Can Be True3:08
10Alone Again3:01
11Again2:18
12Later Later Baby2:11
13The Man On The Moon2:01
14You Could Be My Love3:22
15Keep It a Secret2:22
16Lullabye Of The Bells1:56
17Why Don't You Believe Me?3:22
18My Story2:25
19At The Fair2:04
20Ooh Wee Baby2:58
21A Star2:58

Notes

Tracks 11, 12, 13 and 21 previously unreleased.

Companies

  • Distributed By – Gotham Distribution Corporation

Album

Album 2002 21 Songs. The Rainbow and Old Town Recordings. The Five Crowns. R&BSoul 2002. The Five Crowns' claim to fame, of course, is that they turned into the Drifters in 1959, but these recordings were made four-to-seven years earlier, and they feature only one singer, bass-baritone Doc Green, who was also a member of the later ensemble. Released: Oct 2002. Play album. My Faith, The Old Town 45. The Fi-Tones. 60 listeners. Artist images. 1,367 listeners. The Five Crowns: все альбомы, включая Lullabye of the Bells: The Old Town Rainbow and Old Town Recordings, 2012. Now playing . The Orchard Music от лица компании Kirtland Records Concord Music Publishing. At the Fair. Interpret: FIVE CROWNS. Album titlle: The Rainbow & Old Town Recordings. Label Collectables. Year of publication 2002. Wilbur 'Yonkie' Paul and Dock Green started out singing on 115th Street with three future members of The Five Willows in early 1952 as The Harmonaires, but that didn't last long. The pair hooked up with three brothers sharing the surname of Clark: James aka 'Papa', Claude aka 'Nicky', and John, who answered to 'Sonny Boy. Green sang bass and John was on baritone the others were tenors. They called themselves The Five Crowns

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