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Thread started 06/08/07 6:16pm

weepingwall

Don't Lie! who likes some 60's girl groups bands!

Well i do..actually i have an obession...starting with the lovelies of


THE SHANGRI-LA"S
THE CHANTELS
SANDIE SHAW
THE TOYS
THE RONNETES
THE COOKIES
The Marvelettes
AND MANY MORE!!!


i do hate the supremes..i think because of dinah ross..but i do like her billie holiday movie..
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Reply #1 posted 06/08/07 6:19pm

GangstaFam

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Reply #2 posted 06/08/07 6:20pm

weepingwall

honey you have marvelous taste...*kiss-kiss*,mister gansta i meant you.
[Edited 6/8/07 18:22pm]
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Reply #3 posted 06/08/07 6:44pm

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I'll come clean. I like the Beatles too. boxed
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Reply #4 posted 06/08/07 7:23pm

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Shit! Who doesn't?
"Half of what I say is meaningless; but I say it so that the other half may reach you." - Kahlil Gibran
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Reply #5 posted 06/08/07 7:49pm

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The Supremes
Martha & The Vandellas
The Shirelles
The Marvelettes
The Chiffons
The Ronnetes
Chantels
Shangri-Las
The Chantelles
*The Caravans
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Reply #6 posted 06/08/07 8:13pm

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The Crystals
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Reply #7 posted 06/08/07 8:38pm

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Guilty razz
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Reply #8 posted 06/08/07 8:57pm

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The Osmonds anyone. lol
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Reply #9 posted 06/09/07 2:37am

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Raze said:

Shit! Who doesn't?


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Reply #10 posted 06/09/07 2:56am

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The Crystals


Thank you! They did Leader of The Pack right? That's probably my earliest musical memory, playing my moms 45 of that song and being mesmerised. How can you not love that stuff??
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Reply #11 posted 06/09/07 3:56am

SexyBeautifulO
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I'm Detroit, born and raised! How the hell could I lie about something like that? biggrin
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Reply #12 posted 06/09/07 8:12am

IAintTheOne

are u kidding me? who would deny the sound of the 60's like that
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Reply #13 posted 06/09/07 8:52am

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Moonbeam said:

Raze said:

Shit! Who doesn't?


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I'm stunned. You're like the exception that proves every rule. lol





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[Edited 6/9/07 9:15am]
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Reply #14 posted 06/09/07 9:07am

CarrieMpls

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Love 'em. Probably all of them. lol
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Reply #15 posted 06/09/07 9:17am

Stax

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mynameisnotsusan said:

Stax said:

The Crystals


Thank you! They did Leader of The Pack right? That's probably my earliest musical memory, playing my moms 45 of that song and being mesmerised. How can you not love that stuff??


The Shangri-Las did Leader of the Pack. The Crystals big hits were Da Doo Ron Ron, He's a Rebel, and Then He Kissed Me.
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Reply #16 posted 06/09/07 9:35am

Stax

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The must have box set for fans of this music is


Phil Spector: Back To Mono (1958-1969)

Track Listing
DISC 1:
1. To Know Him Is To Love Him - (with The Teddy Bears)
2. Corrine, Corrina - (with Ray Peterson)
3. Spanish Harlem - (with Ben E. King)
4. Pretty Little Angel Eyes - (with Curtis Lee)
5. Every Breath I Take - (with Gene Pitney)
6. I Love How You Love Me - (with The Paris Sisters)
7. Under The Moon Of Love - (with Curtis Lee)
8. There's No Other Like My Baby - (with The Crystals)
9. Uptown - (with The Crystals)
10. He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss) - (with The Crystals)
11. He's A Rebel - (with The Crystals)
12. Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
13. Puddin' N' Tain - (with The Alley Cats)
14. He's Sure The Boy I Love - (with The Crystals)
15. Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
16. Boy I'm Gonna Marry, The (Today I Met) - (with Darlene Love)
17. Da Doo Ron Ron - (with The Crystals)
18. Heartbreaker - (with The Crystals)
19. Why Don't Let Us Fall In Love - (with Veronica)
20. Chapel Of Love - (with Darlene Love)
21. Not Too Young To Get Married - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
22. Wait Til My Bobby Gets Home - (with Darlene Love)
23. All Grown Up - (with The Crystals)

DISC 2:
1. Be My Baby - (with The Ronettes)
2. Then He Kissed Me - (with The Crystals)
3. Fine, Fine Boy, A - (with Darlene Love)
4. Baby, I Love You - (with The Ronettes)
5. I Wonder - (with The Ronettes)
6. Girls Can Tell - (with The Crystals)
7. Little Boy - (with The Crystals)
8. Hold Me Tight - (with The Treasures)
9. Breakin' Up, (The Best Part Of) - (with The Ronettes)
10. Soldier Baby Of Mine - (with The Ronettes)
11. Strange Love - (with Darlene Love)
12. Stumble And Fall - (with Darlene Love)
13. When I Saw You - (with The Ronettes)
14. So Young - (with Veronica)
15. Do I Love You? - (with The Ronettes)
16. Keep On Dancing - (with The Ronettes)
17. You, Baby - (with The Ronettes)
18. Woman In Love (With You) - (with The Ronettes)
19. Walking In The Rain - (with The Ronettes)

DISC 3:
1. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - (with The Righteous Brothers)
2. Born To Be Together - (with The Ronettes)
3. Just Once In My Life - (with The Righteous Brothers)
4. Unchained Melody - (with The Righteous Brothers)
5. Is This What I Get For Loving You? - (with The Ronettes)
6. Long Way To Be Happy - (with Darlene Love)
7. For Sentimental Reasons, (I Love You) - (with The Righteous Brothers)
8. Ebb Tide - (with The Righteous Brothers)
9. This Could Be The Night - (with The Modern Folk Quartet)
10. Paradise - (with The Ronettes)
11. River Deep-Mountain High - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
12. I'll Never Need More Than This - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
13. Love Like Yours, A (Don't Come Knockin' Everyday) - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
14. Save The Last Dance For Me - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
15. I Wish I Never Saw The Sunshine - (with The Ronettes)
16. You Came, You Saw, You Conquered - (with The Ronettes)
17. Black Pearl - (with Sonny Charles & The Checkmates)
18. Love Is All I Have To Give - (with The Checkmates)

DISC 4: A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOU:
1. White Christmas - (with Darlene Love)
2. Frosty The Snowman - (with The Ronnettes)
3. Bells Of St. Mary, The - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
4. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - (with The Crystals)
5. Sleigh Ride - (with The Ronnettes)
6. Marshmallow World - (with Darlene Love)
7. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - (with Ronnettes)
8. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - (with The Crystals)
9. Winter Wonderland - (with Darlene Love)
10. Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers - (with The Crystals)
11. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - (with Darlene Love)
12. Here Comes Santa Claus - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
13. Silent Night - (with Phil Spector & Artists)
[Edited 6/9/07 9:36am]
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Reply #17 posted 06/09/07 10:47am

theAudience

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Stax said:

The must have box set for fans of this music is


Phil Spector: Back To Mono (1958-1969)

thumbs up!

hmmm Maybe he'll autograph my copy before...



...they put him to sleep. zzz


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Reply #18 posted 06/09/07 10:51am

RipHer2Shreds

theAudience said:

Stax said:

The must have box set for fans of this music is


Phil Spector: Back To Mono (1958-1969)

thumbs up!

hmmm Maybe he'll autograph my copy before...



...they put him to sleep. zzz


tA

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You are sick. lol

IAintTheOne said:

are u kidding me? who would deny the sound of the 60's like that

I thought the same thing. It's nothing to be ashamed of.
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Reply #19 posted 06/09/07 10:59am

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Love the '60s Girl Groups

Here's a group that rarely gets mentioned but recorded a classic track called Sally Go 'Round the Roses...



...The Jaynetts

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The Jaynetts were a female R&B group from the Bronx. Formed by producer/composer J & S Records label owner Zelma "Zell" Sanders, the Jaynetts were really more a studio concoction than a group. In fact, the three women in the usual Jaynetts publicity photo may not even be the Jaynetts that recorded the song. There were at least five female vocalists on the date the song was recorded-- Johnnie Louise Richardson, Ethel Davis, Mary SueWells, Yvonne Bushnell, and Ada Ray.

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


Johnnie Richardson recalled to one rock historian, "What happened was that Abner Spector was an electronics nut. He took the girls in the studio on a Friday, and they didn't get out of there until everybody was on the track. Anybody that came in the studio that week, he would put them on. Originally, I think he had about 20 voices on 'Sally.'" The cost of the project alone, Richardson figured was over $60,000 - an unheard of amount of money to spend on recording a pop single in 1961.

http://www.history-of-roc...ynetts.htm
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Reply #20 posted 06/09/07 11:03am

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RipHer2Shreds said:


You are sick. lol

I do my best...pimp2



cool


tA

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Reply #21 posted 06/09/07 11:39am

MsLegs

theAudience said:

RipHer2Shreds said:


You are sick. lol

I do my best...pimp2



cool


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Alright now, playa don't hurt nobody. cool
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Reply #22 posted 06/09/07 12:09pm

mynameisnotsus
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Stax said:

mynameisnotsusan said:



Thank you! They did Leader of The Pack right? That's probably my earliest musical memory, playing my moms 45 of that song and being mesmerised. How can you not love that stuff??


The Shangri-Las did Leader of the Pack. The Crystals big hits were Da Doo Ron Ron, He's a Rebel, and Then He Kissed Me.


Oh shoot, well they both rule.
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Reply #23 posted 06/09/07 12:23pm

Stax

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mynameisnotsusan said:

Stax said:



The Shangri-Las did Leader of the Pack. The Crystals big hits were Da Doo Ron Ron, He's a Rebel, and Then He Kissed Me.


Oh shoot, well they both rule.


highfive
a psychotic is someone who just figured out what's going on
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Reply #24 posted 06/09/07 12:23pm

Stax

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theAudience said:

Stax said:

The must have box set for fans of this music is


Phil Spector: Back To Mono (1958-1969)

thumbs up!

hmmm Maybe he'll autograph my copy before...



...they put him to sleep. zzz


tA

peace Tribal Disorder

http://www.soundclick.com...dID=182431



lol dayum.
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Reply #25 posted 06/09/07 2:27pm

GangstaFam

Stax said:

The must have box set for fans of this music is


Phil Spector: Back To Mono (1958-1969)

Track Listing
DISC 1:
1. To Know Him Is To Love Him - (with The Teddy Bears)
2. Corrine, Corrina - (with Ray Peterson)
3. Spanish Harlem - (with Ben E. King)
4. Pretty Little Angel Eyes - (with Curtis Lee)
5. Every Breath I Take - (with Gene Pitney)
6. I Love How You Love Me - (with The Paris Sisters)
7. Under The Moon Of Love - (with Curtis Lee)
8. There's No Other Like My Baby - (with The Crystals)
9. Uptown - (with The Crystals)
10. He Hit Me (It Felt Like A Kiss) - (with The Crystals)
11. He's A Rebel - (with The Crystals)
12. Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
13. Puddin' N' Tain - (with The Alley Cats)
14. He's Sure The Boy I Love - (with The Crystals)
15. Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
16. Boy I'm Gonna Marry, The (Today I Met) - (with Darlene Love)
17. Da Doo Ron Ron - (with The Crystals)
18. Heartbreaker - (with The Crystals)
19. Why Don't Let Us Fall In Love - (with Veronica)
20. Chapel Of Love - (with Darlene Love)
21. Not Too Young To Get Married - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
22. Wait Til My Bobby Gets Home - (with Darlene Love)
23. All Grown Up - (with The Crystals)

DISC 2:
1. Be My Baby - (with The Ronettes)
2. Then He Kissed Me - (with The Crystals)
3. Fine, Fine Boy, A - (with Darlene Love)
4. Baby, I Love You - (with The Ronettes)
5. I Wonder - (with The Ronettes)
6. Girls Can Tell - (with The Crystals)
7. Little Boy - (with The Crystals)
8. Hold Me Tight - (with The Treasures)
9. Breakin' Up, (The Best Part Of) - (with The Ronettes)
10. Soldier Baby Of Mine - (with The Ronettes)
11. Strange Love - (with Darlene Love)
12. Stumble And Fall - (with Darlene Love)
13. When I Saw You - (with The Ronettes)
14. So Young - (with Veronica)
15. Do I Love You? - (with The Ronettes)
16. Keep On Dancing - (with The Ronettes)
17. You, Baby - (with The Ronettes)
18. Woman In Love (With You) - (with The Ronettes)
19. Walking In The Rain - (with The Ronettes)

DISC 3:
1. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - (with The Righteous Brothers)
2. Born To Be Together - (with The Ronettes)
3. Just Once In My Life - (with The Righteous Brothers)
4. Unchained Melody - (with The Righteous Brothers)
5. Is This What I Get For Loving You? - (with The Ronettes)
6. Long Way To Be Happy - (with Darlene Love)
7. For Sentimental Reasons, (I Love You) - (with The Righteous Brothers)
8. Ebb Tide - (with The Righteous Brothers)
9. This Could Be The Night - (with The Modern Folk Quartet)
10. Paradise - (with The Ronettes)
11. River Deep-Mountain High - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
12. I'll Never Need More Than This - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
13. Love Like Yours, A (Don't Come Knockin' Everyday) - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
14. Save The Last Dance For Me - (with Ike & Tina Turner)
15. I Wish I Never Saw The Sunshine - (with The Ronettes)
16. You Came, You Saw, You Conquered - (with The Ronettes)
17. Black Pearl - (with Sonny Charles & The Checkmates)
18. Love Is All I Have To Give - (with The Checkmates)

DISC 4: A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOU:
1. White Christmas - (with Darlene Love)
2. Frosty The Snowman - (with The Ronnettes)
3. Bells Of St. Mary, The - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
4. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - (with The Crystals)
5. Sleigh Ride - (with The Ronnettes)
6. Marshmallow World - (with Darlene Love)
7. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - (with Ronnettes)
8. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - (with The Crystals)
9. Winter Wonderland - (with Darlene Love)
10. Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers - (with The Crystals)
11. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - (with Darlene Love)
12. Here Comes Santa Claus - (with Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans)
13. Silent Night - (with Phil Spector & Artists)

that's hot!
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Reply #26 posted 06/09/07 8:30pm

regcart

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Love the '60s Girl Groups
WOW! Never heard for this group and i am an avid girl group FREAK! Had to go and research and find out more about them....Love new groups i never heard of.

Also i like to add
The Chantels
The Shirelles
The Dixie Cups
The Chiffons
The Exciters
The Four J's
The Velvelettes
So many girl groups of the day....SOme were one hit wonders.....But I LOVED THEM ALL!!!!!
Here's a group that rarely gets mentioned but recorded a classic track called Sally Go 'Round the Roses...



...The Jaynetts

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
The Jaynetts were a female R&B group from the Bronx. Formed by producer/composer J & S Records label owner Zelma "Zell" Sanders, the Jaynetts were really more a studio concoction than a group. In fact, the three women in the usual Jaynetts publicity photo may not even be the Jaynetts that recorded the song. There were at least five female vocalists on the date the song was recorded-- Johnnie Louise Richardson, Ethel Davis, Mary SueWells, Yvonne Bushnell, and Ada Ray.

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


Johnnie Richardson recalled to one rock historian, "What happened was that Abner Spector was an electronics nut. He took the girls in the studio on a Friday, and they didn't get out of there until everybody was on the track. Anybody that came in the studio that week, he would put them on. Originally, I think he had about 20 voices on 'Sally.'" The cost of the project alone, Richardson figured was over $60,000 - an unheard of amount of money to spend on recording a pop single in 1961.

http://www.history-of-roc...ynetts.htm
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


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Reply #27 posted 06/10/07 3:45pm

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biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin
The Supremes (with and without Ms Ross)
The Chantelles
The Ronettes
The Cookies
The Dixie Cups
The Shangri Las
Martha and the Vandellas
The Marvellettes
Mary Wells (Ok shes one but her voice was so good its a group to me)
I can't remember the group it was either the Exciters or the Fountains who sang a song called "Tell him" which drives me insane.
Other 1 hit wonder songs

Hes so fine dulang dulang or whatever
Will you love me tomorrow
Mr Lee

and then the greatest girl group of all time (b4 the 60s)

The Andrews Sisters
17 Years ago I made a commitment to Prince
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tane1976 said:


I can't remember the group it was either the Exciters or the Fountains who sang a song called "Tell him" which drives me insane.

Great song, but technically this isn't a "Girl Group"

The Exciters...



...I know something about love.

Trivia: Herb Rooney (the male in the group) married lead singer Brenda Reid.
Their son is a former member of The Deele and currently Island Def Jam CEO L.A. Reid.


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