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Cover of: Various - Over The Top Doo Wops Vol.2
Over The Top Doo Wops Vol.2
El Toro Records | CD | 12 €

[ENG]A true underground music of the 1950s, Doo-Wop (it didn't even have a name until its heyday was over) represented a form of folk art that was most often practiced on urban street corners, playgrounds and high schools across the USA by young (predominantly male) vocal quartets. Here is another delicious helping of uptempo doo-woppin' tracks from that era by no-hit wonders like the Court Jesters, Mixers, Five Vets and Tony Rice and the Overtones as well as better-known units like the Rainbows, Sentimentals, Four Buddies and the Willows. All are prime examples of the type of music that teenagers across the country were listening and dancing to when a drive-in hamburger cost fifteen cents and 45 rpm records (at 89 cents a piece) were considered the backbone of the music industry. So enjoy!TRACKLIST 1. Roaches - Court Jesters 2. Johnny's Got A Girlfriend - Mixers 3. Do You Wanna Rock - Four Kings 4. Mary Lee - Rainbows 5. I Want To Love You - Sentimentals 6. Ain't Got The Money - Melloharps 7. Rock, Moan And Cry - Playboys 8. Love Me Sweet - Intervals9. Destination 2165 - Cues10. Queen Of Swing - Labradors11. Ping Pong - Glowtones12. Pa-Pa-Ya Baby - Jumping Jacks13. Right Now - Five Vets14. Bluesy Me - Dave Collins & The Scrubbs15. Bow Wow - Pyramids16. No Time - Titans17. Little School Girl - Tony Rice & Overtones18. Boppin' With The Mambo - Sultans19. Midnight Hours - Drivers20. Don't Leave Me Here To Cry - Supremes21. Look Out - Four Buddies With Lefty Bates Orch.22. Paw's In The Kitchen - James Quintet23. Vowels Of Love - Poets24. Don't Pull, Don't Push, Don't Shove - Willows25. Corn Whiskey - Empires[END]

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