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Renaissance: Meet Me On The Corner   

Song NameComposer
I Don't Have To Change - J. Stephens
Feeling The Blow
Sincerely - Harvey Fuqua
White Port And Kool Aide
Never Let Me Go - Joe Scott
Doo Wop Retrospective - Torre Brannon Reese
This Magic Moment - DOc Pomus
An Ode To Clyde - Mcfadder
Money Honey - Jesse Stone
The Greatest Singer On The Planet
Were You There?
What Sam Saw
Chain Gang - Sam Cooke
Looking For Tony
I'm Gonna Give Her All The Love I Got
So Much In Love - William Jackson III
Long Head Charlie
Speedo - Ester Navarro
Frankie And Johnny
Let's Have This Corner
Blue MoonRichard Rodgers
Meet Me On The Corner - Maurice Kitchen
I Could Never Love Another - Rogers

"Meet Me" is an all a cappella Doo-Wop album that recreates the street corner experience of the 50s and early 60s and pays homage to the genius of Sam Cooke, Clyde McPhatter, Harvey Fuqua & the Moonglows along with other Doo-Wop pioneers. It was the brainchild of Maurice Kitchen, an award-winning Chicago musical playwright and producer who assembled an all-star group in Los Angeles, Torre Reese of New Orleans, Kwame Alexander from Memphis, Charles (Sonny) Banks from San Antonio and Anthony Snead from Newark. These 24 songs, songs like "It Don't Have to Change," the lone contemporary song on the album, "Feeling the Blow," "Sincerely," "This Magic Moment," "Money Honey," "Chain Gang," "So Much in Love," "Speedo," "Blue Moon" and the title tune, use the group's comments and recollections to create a feeling in us what it was like to harmonize great music on the street back then. Authentic early Doo-Wop harmonies from these finger-snapping, sweet-singing veterans, who are having big fun recording this, and very shortly, so are we!

Item code: 8808C | 1 CD | $3.95 |add item to cart
Doo-Wop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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