Let Me In | The Sensations

A Philly vocal group who were originally known as the Cavaliers in 1954, the Sensations initially featured dual lead vocalists Yvonne Mills Baker and Tommy Wicks. They enjoyed two Top 40 R&B hits in that vein, the biggest being “Please Mr. Disc Jockey” for Atco in 1956. They changed their style and lineup in 1961, […]

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Blues Songs, For Your Enjoyment

ABOUT THE BLUES Blues is a feeling, most African Americans will tell you. If your girl or boyfriend leaves you, for instance, it’s quite likely you’ll feel sad or dejected for days. In other words, you’ll feel blue; you’ll have the blues. Anniversary Flowers Online What few African Americans will tell you is that the […]

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SWEETS FOR MY SWEETS | THE DRIFTERS

The Drifters’ 1961 R&B hit rebounds constantly because of its timeless message about love. The group’s first single featuring Charlie Thomas on lead vocal, “Sweets for My Sweet” reached No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 10 on the R&B chart, in October 1961. This was one of the few post-1958 Drifters singles […]

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“Allow a Little French in Your Morning” with Jazz Vocals and other Coffee Music | Jamais Trop Tard

Pinterest ADVERTISEMENT Jamais trop tard” (English: Never too late) is a song by French Canadian singer Marie-Mai featuring singer Jonas. It was chosen to represent France in the North Vision Song Contest 9 in Oslo, Norway.wikifandom Jazz vocal and jazz songs – Jaimais Trop Tard Full Album of jazz vocalist female jazz vocals music playlist […]

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