The M – M And The Peanuts

THE M-M & THE PEANUTS - The Phillie

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    • 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 Wop style – great sixties memories.

Open Up Your Eyes – Lil Valley

Great stuff about them @ Doowopheaven

The Question Marks

Question Marks: Ain't That Kinda Sad

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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

The Impalas Speed Up

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Speed Up
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.

Did Betty Moorer record the original of Speed Up or was it The Impalas?

Wikipedia: The Impalas

The Bop Chords

The Bop Chords - Baby 1957

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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.

Wikipedia: The Bop Chords

The Arcades

Arcades - There's Got To Be A Loser

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There’s Got To Be A Loser

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

The Ascots - Another Day

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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

A Brother's Guiding Light ‎– Getting Together ℗ 1973

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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 .In 1962 they did If I Should Lose You .

Wikipedia: A Brother’s Guiding Light

The Phonetics

Phonetics - Don't Let Love Get You Down / Just A Boy's Dream - Trudel 1007 / 1008 - 1964

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Just A Boy’s Dream

Falsetto Doo Wop / Soul by The Phonetics – Excellent. (1964)

Lead singer Willie Hutch.

The Del-Larks

Del-Larks - Job Opening - Pt. 1(For An experienced Heart Mender)

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Job Opening

Discovered by who else but Ian Levine this recording is now worth a small fortune.

337 on Kev Roberts Top 500.

Started out in 1958 as Sammy and The Del-Larks a Do Wop group with a stateside hit: REMEMBER THE NIGHT.

I’ll Never Forget

Heavily influenced by The ‘In’ Crowd another from them, sort of a comedy number.

Much more at: SolidHitSoul

The Drapers

The Drapers - Your love has gone away - You gotta Look up - Soul.wmv

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(I Know) Your Love Has Gone Away (1962)

Sounding very much like a Drifters production backing on this great sounding group, The Drapers.