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Sheps: They're Singing in the Sky

They're Singing In The Sky
A Prisoner's Prayer
Why Are We Apart
There In the Night
These Foolish Things
It's All Over Now
Beg And Steal
Crying In The Chapel
Lights are low
My Love Is Gone
Blue Flowers
Call On Me
Oh But She Did
My Prayer
Dearest Darling
500 Miles To Go
Just Walking In The Rain
Rudy, This One's For You

Ronnie I Acappella Productions and Clifton Music bring us another authentic Doo-Wop collection, this one a "Tribute to the Immortal Legends of Pioneer R&B." The 6-man Sheps, step off of a 1950s New Jersey streetcorner to sing 18 a cappella Doo-Wop classics, which mix some of their own material (the title tune, "It's All Over Now" and "Rudy, This One's for You"), with some rarely-heard material from the 1950s and early 60s, like the Prisonaires' "A Prisoner's Prayer," the Midnighters' "Why are We Apart," the El Dorados' "There in the Night" and "Lights are Low," the Strangers' "Beg and Steal" and "Blue Flowers," the Five Blue Flames' "My Love is Gone," the Mellomoods' "Call on Me," the El Capris' "Oh But She Did," the Chimes' "Dearest Darling," the Platters' "My Prayer" and the Heartbeats' "500 Miles to Go." With soaring leads, sweet harmonies, and authentic songs many Doo-Wop fans like us have never heard, "They're Singing in The Sky" is a musical present from the 1950s, gift-wrapped by Ronnie I and the Sheps.

Item code: 8895C | 1 CD | $12.95 |add item to cart
Doo-Wop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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