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Sheps: It Was Destiny

Be Fair
Romeo
Baby Doll
It Wasn't A Lie
You're Mine
Gloria (The Girl for Me)
Castle in the Sky
PS I Love You
It Was Destiny
Tell Me Why
She Was A Battle Axe
I Love You So
All I Want
Call A Doctor
Newly Wed
The Verdict
I Know
Starting from Tonight
Fool's Prayers
The Wind
UGHA
How Would You Know
The Beat of Our Hearts

Presented as "a tribute to the Authentic Roots, 1950's RnB Groups, "Destiny" is several cuts above your average Doo-Wop CD. First, the material concentrates on that of mid-50's groups, primarily those from Chicago and New York. Songs like the Pipes' "Be Fair," The Velours' "Romeo," The Crows' "Baby Doll," "Call A Doctor" and "I Love You So," The Orchids' "Newly Wed" and The Diablos' "The Wind"- these songs are the real thing, and take us back to the years when streetcorner Doo-Wop was a ticket for some very talented singers and songwriters into recording studios and onto the radio and tv. Clean, sweet, in-tune leads by 5 guys who have paid their dues, and the arrangements (by Tommie Shider), don't take the easy path of many groups. There's 23 songs, including two nice originals, the title tune and "UGHA." A couple of songs are accompanied, but trust us, "Destiny" is a treat by a group that takes care of business!

Item code: 8248C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Doo-Wop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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