I sometimes get told off by my wife for muttering “its Vocal Harmony Group Rhythm and Blues” everytime someone says Doo Wop, so here is an album for everyone like me who digs the forgotten third of Rock n Roll. Fans of the vocal harmony groups that emerged in the US in the late ’40s and ’50s already know that there was a lot more going on than what is now subsumed under the label “doo-wop”. DJ, collector and connoisseur DJ Crille has now put together a new album of rare and danceable vocal harmony and doo-wop songs from the late ’50s and early ’60s. Entitled Vocal Group Madness – 14 Bam-A-Lam Vocal Group Rockers from the 50s and 60s, the album presents a selection of tracks that are rare to find and never put together.

Side A
1 Dave C. and the Sharptones – Diane
2 Little Anthony & The Imperials – Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko-Bop
3 The Neons – Fat Girls
4. The Ideals – Teens
5 The Eventuals – Charlie Chan
6 The Dells – Q-Bop she Bop
7 The Four Casts – Stormy Weather

Side B
1 The Fabulous Four – Oop-Shoobie- Doop Bam-a-Lam
2 The Blisters – Shortnin’ Bread
3 The Nu- Trends – Spooksville
4 The Nightmares – Horrors Of The Black Museum
5 The Holidays – Deacon Brown Vs. The Devil
6 Thor Ables – Batman And Robin
7 The Furys – Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart

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