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Sunday Kind Of Love - Various - 25 Best: The Doo Wop Era (CD)

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  1. A Sunday Kind Of Love by Knights Oldies. THERE GOES MY LOVE, The Bop Shop, CD cut, by mintrecords4ever. (Say You Love Me) - Smooth California Doo Wop by .
  2. The Absolutely Essential Doo-Wop is een cd van Various Artists. Ga naar zoeken Ga naar hoofdinhoud. Cadeaus tot €25 Cadeaus voor hem The Harptones - A sunday kind of love; 6. The Cleftones - Can't we be sweethearts; 7.
  3. May 20, - Explore chrishoecker51's board "Doo Wop" on Pinterest. See more ideas about 60s music, 50s music, Oldies pins.
  4. The jazzy Christmas standard "That's What I Want For Christmas" has been recorded by such artists as Ella Fitzerald, Nancy Wilson, and SheDaisy, just to name a few! With a gentle swing feel, romantic lyrics, and rich, accessible vocal harmonies, choirs of all kinds will love performing this arrangement. It's especially nice for the ladies!
  5. Rhino's four-disc collection The Doo Wop Box may not contain every classic doo wop single ever recorded, but it comes damn close. Featuring tracks, superb sound, and amazingly detailed liner notes, the set is one of the best various-artist box sets ever assembled; although these four discs will be all the doo wop some listeners will ever need, hopefully the set will make most listeners.
  6. This is a great CD set for a very reasonable price, though it is a pity about the poor quality of the packaging. Mine arrived squashed and as a result now has a rather prominent crease down the spine of the case, the discs are also housed poorly, you have to slide them in and out of the cardboard sleeve which I imagine will scratch them before long/5(28).
  7. By MEL&THEN SOME () on Sunday, February 09, - am: Right-on Stephanie, It's kinda hard to think of many other groups who have so many records considered classics by different "tribes": they're loved by the rock&roll crowd for "Stranded In The Jungle", by the doo-wop boys for the likes of "So Blue" and "I Had A Dream.
  8. JSP enters the vocal group stakes with this four CD set with tracks presented chronologically. The first disc features the roots of the doo-wop sound covering recordings from through by The Three Keys, Mills Brothers, Ink Spots, Three Barons, Four .

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