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The Earls. one of the last of Allen's groups to record, is the most modern of the groups. "Meet Me After School" sounds very much like what the El Dorados might have been putting out "I Love You So" is a ballad in which the group sings with elan and vigor. The Earls recorded these sides at an Arbee Stidham session in July 1957, which featured the Lefty Bates band.

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The Earls: Best Of The Earls (LP)
Art-Nr.: LPROME156

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There is a certain unique sound in the teenage record world - a very "in" sound - that doesn’t depend on crazes, long hair or gimmicks. It’s the sound that every teenager who has ever wanted to sing in a group, digs most. This is the sound of the Earls. This is...

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The Earls: Remember Rome - The Early Years (LP)
Art-Nr.: LPCB103

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This album represents the early recordings of Larry Chance and The Earls while they were on the Rome Record Label. The group’s talent was present from the start, but national recognition would elude the Earls for the first two years of their career. There were some...

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The Earls: Hits & Rarities
Art-Nr.: CDBB55104

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A thematic compilation (CD) with a very rare doo-wop and teenage rock and roll songs from the 50s to the early 60s. The Dee Jay Jamboree Dee Jay Records CD series is an excellent addition to the Bear Family Records Doo Wop CD series of Street Corner Symphonies....

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The Earls: Early & Rare Sides 1961-1968 (CD)
Art-Nr.: CDR156

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(1991/EMOR) 31 tracks with 12 page booklet

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The Earls: Larry Chance & The Earls - Live (1987)
Art-Nr.: EARLS1000

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(1987/RAINBOW) 12 tracks - great evening / no more data

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The Earls: Remember Me Baby
Art-Nr.: OLDTOWN104

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(1963/OLD TOWN) 12 tracks (re-pressing from unknown origin, probably 1970s)

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