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  • Recorded from 1951 to 1953.
  • Personnel: Eddie Rich, Herman "Junior" Denby (tenor); Norris Mack (guitar, piano, drums).
  • Liner Note Author: Tony Watson.
  • Recording information: 1951-1991.
  • 24 prime cuts by the most sophisticated of the early-'50s vocal harmony groups, one that was equally at home (like the Drifters) with tender ballads (the exquisite "Will You Be Mine") or flat-out rockers, including risque double-entendre classics like "It Ain't the Meat (It's the Motion)," an homage to the Dominoes' "Sixty Minute Man." Don't miss their languorous version of "I Only Have Eyes For You," which probably provided the template for the later and more famous version by the Flamingos.
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