Things to Come still enjoy performing after 32 years together; they started as The Plazas in 1966 at Springfield Gardens High School in Queens, NY. Through military service, disco, musical backup, studio recordings and revolving members, the original members - Al, Gene & Ron - united with Daryl and decided to stick with acappella. Each member steps forward to do 'lead', each with his own style and flair. Things to Come have received the UGHA 'Rookie Group of the Year' award in 1992, 'Veteran Group of the Year' award in 1993, and were First Place Winners of the New York Regional Harmony Sweepstakes in 1994. They have performed at most major venues on the East Coast! Things to Come also had the honor to perform with Harry Douglas as the 'The Deep River Boys' on many occasions.
Little Bitty Pretty One
Thrill Upon A Hill
Save the Last Dance for Me
Star Spangled Banner
You Can Depend on Me
That Cat Is High
In My Diary
I'm On the Outside Looking In
Up On the Roof / Under the Boardwalk
I'm the One Love Forgot
Roll Jordan Roll
Ain't Too Proud Too Beg
Since I Fell For You
"Together," the second CD of Things To Come, four smooth-singing,
good-looking black men, is a soulful, Doo-Wop treat! 19 songs, some of our favorites
are "Little Bitty Pretty One," The Jesters' "Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go,"
The Drifters' "Save The Last Dance for Me" and "Up On The Roof/Under The Boardwalk,"
The Moonglows' "My Diary," The Temptations' Motown hit "Ain't Too Proud To Beg"
and Lenny Welsh's "Since I Fell For You." This is some sweet Doo-Wop from an
excellent group right now, and we expect even better Things To Come.
Listen to "Somewhere" in Real Audio.
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It's All Right
This Magic Moment
Just My Imagination
Change My Life
Girl From N.Y.C.
So In Love
St. Louis Blues
When We Are Made As One
Return To Sender
Life Is But A Dream
Don't Play That Song
Old Man River
Farewell My Love
The Larkings are a quintet of singers from Brooklyn each of whom
have been harmonizing all their lives. One member was singing for nickels at
age five! Bass singer Bernard 'BJ' Jones has sung for the Drifters and The Persuasions.
What the five have created, after almost three years in the studio, is a labor
of love. The selection of twenty-one songs come mostly form the mid 1950s for
that was the golden age of doo-wop music which was relegated to the back burner
by The Beatles' and 'the British Invasion' of the early sixties. The Larkings
have consciously emulated the original arrangements as a tribute to the great
doo-wop groups of that time. So they give tribute to the Nutmegs, The Moonglows,
The Cadillacs, Five Keys, Spiders, El Dorados, The Dells and more on this very
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