The London American Doo Wop Story 1959-61

Artist: Various Artists
Format: 2CD
Bar-code: 5060255181638
Cat No: DAY2CD163

£5.99

During the Fifties and early Sixties, the London American record label was the choice of all discerning British record-buyers interested in the burgeoning US music scene. Decca launched London on the UK domestic market in 1949, releasing material not only by the label’s American namesake but also from early US independents like Audivox, Cadence, Derby, Essex, Imperial and Jubilee. These classic recordings released on London American capture the soundtrack of a generation.

 

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CD 1

1. Sixteen Candles – The Crests
2. Since I Don’t Have You – The Skyliners
3. Peek-A-Boo – The Cadillacs
4. So Fine – The Fiestas
5. A Teenager In Love – Dion & The Belmonts
6. You’re So Fine – The Falcons
7. Last Night I Dreamed – The Fiestas
8. Still In Love With You – The Tu-Tones
9. This I Swear – The Skyliners
10. Love Potion No.9 – The Clovers
11. The Angels Listened In – The Crests
12. Rockin’ In the Jungle – The Eternals
13. Where Or When – Dion & The Belmonts
14. This Magic Moment – The Drifters
15. I Can’t Say Goodbye – Fireflies
16. One Mint Julep – The Clovers
17. Alley Oop – The Hollywood Argyles
18. I Shot Mr. Lee – The Bobbettes
19. Mister Lonely – The Videls
20. Blue Velvet – The Statues

CD 2

1. Tonight’s the Night – The Shirelles
2. Once In Awhile – The Chimes
3. Angel Baby – Rosie & The Originals
4. Baby Oh Baby – The Shells
5. Summer Nights – The Chimes
6. That Lucky Old Sun – The Velvets
7. Some Kind of Wonderful – The Drifters
8. To Be Loved (Forever) – The Pentagons
9. Tonight Could Be the Night – The Velvets
10. Come On Over – The Strollers
11. Pretty Little Angel Eyes – Curtis Lee
12. Please Stay – The Drifters
13. Nag – The Halos
14. Lana – The Velvets
15. Gee How I Wish You Were Here – Curtis Lee
16. I Understand – The G-Clefs
17. Foot Stomping – The Flares
18. Lana – The Velvets
19. Well, I Told You – The Chantels
20. It Will Stand – The Showmen