The M – M And The Peanuts

THE PHILLE Engineered By Doc Siegal Flip Written By Clarence Armstrong & John Coleman Arranged By Arthur Wright & Hank Jacobs Written By Clarence Armstrong This is a really GREAT record, a new dance, and how about that name, the Originators of M&M’s chocolate coated peanuts! The other side – I Found My Love Doo … Read more

The Question Marks

Ain’t That kinda Sad A really slow doo wop style Soul recording by The Question Marks. Definitely an end of the night track.

The Impalas

Speed Up Sorry I Ran All The Way Home The Impalas recorded in the 1950/60’s as a Doo Wop group mixed race. Their track Sorry was a hit and the videos of it show a smooth dance routine similar to how Motown groups performed in later years. A well polished act and fun to watch. … Read more

The Bop Chords

BABY (1957) Doo Wop The Bop Chords were founded in 1955 and hailed from Harlem. They were part of the doo wop scene and Baby was one of their best. A real smoochie number to played at the end of the night at any teen dance. The Bop Chords – Wikipedia

The Arcades

There’s Got To Be A Loser FINE LITTLE GIRL RUBY LEE  MY LOVE The Arcades take of from the rhythm of I’m The One Who Loves You by the Impressions, very Impressions’ orientated too. But as they say; not bad – not bad at all.

The Ascots

Another Day Another Day by The Ascots is the one that makes it onto the Northern Soul scene positioned at a set of fours: 444 on Kev Roberts Top 500. Originally a Doo Wop group.

A Brother’s Guiding Light – Getting Together

A Brother’s Guiding Light were a Doo Wop group of the sixties¬† who released Bless You in 1965 and Getting Together (1973) which is Smooth, smooth Soul of the highest quality. They were a five piece outfit from Philadelphia who were originally called The Dreamlovers and that’s as much as we can find out. A … Read more

The Phonetics

Just A Boy’s Dream DON’T LET LOVE GET YOU DOWN Falsetto Doo Wop / Soul by The Phonetics – Excellent. (1964) Lead singer Willie Hutch.

The Del-Larks

Job Opening Discovered by who else but Ian Levine this recording is now worth a small fortune but only number 337 on Kev Roberts Top 500. To be honest, not a brilliant record but again, it’s rare! The Del-Larks started out in 1958 as Sammy and The Del-Larks a Doo Wop group with a stateside hit: REMEMBER … Read more

The Drapers

(I Know) Your Love Has Gone Away (1962) Sounding very much like a Drifters production backing on this great sounding group, The Drapers.