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The Hollywood Flames The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)

The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)

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The Hollywood Flames: The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)

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(1991/SPECIALTY) 28 tracks 1951-59 (64:00) (4 unreleased), digital remastered from the original Fidelty/Specialty & Ebb masters. Including the vocal group monster 'Buzz, Buzz, Buzz' -
new stock of the original US version (longbox packaging) - out of print for decades! (Bear Family Records)

the cool and crazy Flames 1951-1959



The Hollywood Flames - The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US) Medium 1
1: Wheel Of Fortune  
2: Later  
3: Tabarin  
4: W-I-N-E  
5: My Confession  
6: The Sound Of Your Voice  
7: Crazy  
8: Buzz, Buzz, Buzz  
9: Ooh Baby Ooh  
10: This Heart Of Mine  
11: A Little Bird  
12: Give Me Back My Heart  
13: Two Little Bees  
14: It's Love  
15: Your Love (take 9)  
16: Frankenstein's Den  
17: Strollin' On The Beach  
18: Chains Of Love  
19: Let's Talk It Over  
20: A Star Fell  
21: I'll Get By  
22: Just For You  
23: Hollywood Flames Radio Plug  
24: I'll Be Seeing You  
25: There Is Something On Your Mind  
26: So Good  
27: Romance In The Dark  
28: Much Too Much  


Artikeleigenschaften von The Hollywood Flames: The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)

  • Interpret: The Hollywood Flames

  • Albumtitel: The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre R&B, Soul
  • Music Style Vocal Groups / Doo Wop
  • Music Sub-Genre 255 Vocal Groups/Doo Wop
  • Title The Hollywood Flames - Specialty (CD Longbox, US)
  • Release date 1991

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 0022211702122

  • weight in Kg 0.110

Artist description "Hollywood Flames, The"

The Hollywood Flames


Eight years after he founded The Hollywood Flames with tenors David Ford and Willie Ray Rockwell and baritone Curlee Dinkins (he sang bass, though you'd never know it from his later sides), Robert Byrd - Bobby Day on his own singles for Leon Rene's Class label - was just about out of there to embark on a solo career.

Before he left, he wrote Buzz-Buzz-Buzz (alleged co-writer John Gray was actually John Dolphin, Los Angeles record store owner and boss of the Recorded in Hollywood, Lucky, Cash, and Money labels, all of which the Flames cut for under various names during their incredibly confusing early years). Byrd didn't sing lead on the catchy sax-driven rocker; that honor went to tenor Earl Nelson, who'd joined the Flames in the mid-'50s (Ford and Dinkins were still aboard). Buzz-Buzz-Buzz was the group's first single on Ebb Records, an L.A. imprint owned by Lee Rupe, Specialty label boss Art Rupe's ex-wife. It cracked the R&B listings in November of '57, sailing to #5 on 'Billboard's' R&B 'Jockey' charts and a lofty #11 pop. Its flip, Crazy, was first recorded back in 1955 on Cash as by The Voices.

The Flames would continue to double as The Satellites, Day's backing group on Class, but his spot in the actual group was assumed by ex-Colts bass Don Wyatt. They stayed on Ebb for eight more singles stretching into 1959 (Nelson was their primary lead), then moved their base of operations to New York when they signed with Atco for four releases that took them into late 1960. Gee, their only release on Chess in 1961, turned out to be a #26 R&B seller with new tenor Donald Height up front (he'd go on to minor soul stardom himself). 45s for Goldie, Coronet, Vee-Jay, and Symbol completed the Flames' massive discography. By then, Ford was the only original left; ex-Rainbows member John Berry had joined the group in 1962.

Nelson liked duet partners named Bob, subsequently teaming with Bobby Relf. Still doing business as Bob & Earl, they hit in '63 with Harlem Shuffle. Earl adopted the name of Jackie Lee for solo activities; his dance workout The Duck was a #4 R&B seller on Mirwood in early 1966. Nelson died on July 12, 2008. 

- Bill Dahl -

Various Street - Corner Symphonies 1957 Vol.9

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