The Only Doo-Wop Collection You'll Ever Need [2 CD] CD
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"Why Do Fools Fall In Love" by The Teenagers, featuring Frankie Lymon starts the CD off strong; they sing and harmonize very well and the musical arrangement shines like gold! I love it! Frankie never misses a note; and that horn solo beats anything for sure! The Dell Vikings also perform their hit entitled "Come Go With Me;" this peppy little ballad sounds as great as it ever did! They harmonize well and they handle the tempo changes effortlessly. The Five Satins sing their slow dance "In The Still Of The Night;" and I really like "Since I Don't Have You" by The Skyliners. Man, how they do this up right! I predict that you will enjoy "Since I Don't Have You."
The Crests continue the hits with "16 Candles;" this touching ballad is one of the greatest doo wop tunes I've heard--ever. It's THAT good. "Get A Job" is a tune both playful and somewhat serious by The Silhouettes; they deliver this like true professionals.
The second CD has many more great songs on it. Listen for Dion & The Belmonts as they lament the uneasiness of being "A Teenager In Love." The Flamingos perform their touching melody entitled "I Only Have Eyes For You;" I really like this number. The Duprees perform a moving rendition of "You Belong To Me," too.
Gene Chandler sings his classic "Duke Of Earl;" Gene never sounded better and this ballad still sounds great today. The two CD set ends with the very sentimental "Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me Of You)" by Little Caesar & The Romans.Read more ›
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i only wanted a few of these songs but turns out i like way more than a few of themPublished 4 months ago by chaik george
well it isn't the only doo-wop collection i'll ever need. however, i really like the songs and am thoroughly enjoying the music.Published 5 months ago by fiddler300
Got this for my father who loves Doo-Wop as a birthday gift and he was surprised at the number of songs including some he hadn't heard in years in this set.Published 6 months ago by Edward F. Roeder Jr.