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​(1997/Famousgroove) 27 songs. more

BLENDERS: Come Back Baby Blues

​(1997/Famousgroove) 27 songs.

Article properties: BLENDERS: Come Back Baby Blues

  • Interpret: BLENDERS

  • Album titlle: Come Back Baby Blues

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Year of publication 1997
  • Label FAMOUS GROOVE

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0316729710183

  • weight in Kg 0.1
Blenders - Come Back Baby Blues CD 1
01 Come Back Baby Blues BLENDERS
02 I Can Dream, Can't I BLENDERS
03 Gone BLENDERS
04 Honeysuckle Rose BLENDERS
05 Count Every Star BLENDERS
06 Would I Still Be The One In Your Heart BLENDERS
07 I'm So Crazy About Tonight BLENDERS
08 What About Tonight BLENDERS
09 The Masquerade Is Over BLENDERS
10 Little Small Town Girl BLENDERS
11 All I Gotta Do Is Think Of You BLENDERS
12 The Busiest Corner In My Hometown BLENDERS
13 I'd Be A Fool Again BLENDERS
14 Just A Little Wax With Me BLENDERS
15 My Heart Will Never Forget BLENDERS
16 You Do The Dreaming BLENDERS
17 Never In A Million Years BLENDERS
18 Memories Of You BLENDERS
19 If That's The Way You Want It Baby BLENDERS
20 I Don't Miss You Anymore BLENDERS
21 Isn'T It A Shame BLENDERS
22 Please Take Me Back BLENDERS
23 You'll Never Be Mine Again BLENDERS
24 Don't Play Around With Love BLENDERS
25 Don't Play Around With Love (alt. take) BLENDERS
26 Somebody's Lyin BLENDERS
27 Kansas Kapers BLENDERS
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"BLENDERS"

The Blenders

The Blenders

Little Small Town Girl (With The Big Town Dreams)

Being one of the original members of The Ravens was just the first chapter in Ollie Jones' story. The Philadelphia-born tenor was also the first to leave the group, but he hit the ground running, initially joining the 4 Notes before forming The Blenders in 1948 with another ex-Note, Tommy Adams, as baritone; tenor Abel DeCosta, and bass James DeLoach. Clearly, there were no hard feelings between Jones and The Ravens; their mighty bass singer, Jimmy Ricks, helped get The Blenders a contract with Al Green's National Records in '49.

Their only National release didn't hit, but they did acquire a manager while there, A&R man Lee Magid. Lee left National, and so did The Blenders: he got them a deal at Decca in 1950 (Gone [My Baby's Gone], half of their Decca debut, resides on our previous volume). On October 4, 1950, The Blenders waxed four sides for Decca, including the Jones-led Little Small Town Girl (With The Big Town Dreams). They probably got the idea from The Delta Rhythm Boys' 1947 rendition for RCA Victor. There had been some changes in The Blenders' ranks, tenor Dick Palmer and bass Raymond Johnson, both formerly with The Beavers, replaced Adams and DeLoach.

With a few personnel changes along the way, The Blenders remained on Decca into mid-1952. Their next stop was with veteran label owner/composer Joe Davis, who sold a couple of their singles to MGM in '53.  Davis also released their You'll Never Be Mine Again, with Ollie up front, on his own Jay-Dee logo. Somebody's Lyin', their last release in 1955, came out under the name of The Millionaires, which clearly The Blenders never became: they broke up the year before.

Jones proved more successful as a composer than he'd ever been as lead tenor of The Blenders. And he benefitted greatly from arranger Jesse Stone's brainstorm to assemble an all-purpose group of background vocalists for studio work. The versatile quartet appeared on many mid-'50s records under many names and cut their own singles for Capitol as The Cues, DeCosta joining Jones in the venture.

Bill Dahl

Various - Street Corner Symphonies Vol.03

1951 The Complete Story Of Doo Wop

Read more at: https://www.bear-family.de/various-street-corner-symphonies-vol.03-1951-the-complete-story-of-doo-wop.html
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