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1996 IN THE MOOD UK tour photos: Sheila, Shan, Carol 1973 UK Record vocals: Gilly, Shan, Carol Sorry, the pixelation at the end of the video (which spoils.
written by Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman, published in 1947 with the Andrew Sisters and Danny Kaye I do not own anything.
Gilly, Carol and Shan (Pye, 1973). All released on Philips. 1956 "Ivory Tower" (UK Singles Chart No. 20). 1957 "Got-Ta Have Something In The Bank, Frank" (with Frankie Vaughan) (UK No. 8). 1958 "Shake Me I Rattle", "Alone" (UK No. 27). 1958 "Handed Down", "Love Me Forever". Retrieved 2012-04-27. a b c d e f "The Times newspaper obituary for Carol Kaye". Retrieved 23 December 2008. The Kaye Sisters at 45rpm. NM. om - retrieved 23 December 2008.
The Kaye Sisters were were formed in 1954 and got their name from their manager, Carmen Kaye. They were first billed as "The Three Kayes" or just "The Kayes". The three members dressed in matching dress outfits and wore the same blonde haircuts, and became a popular vocal group in UK with various UK and US TV appearances
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Album The World’s Wife. The Kray Sisters Lyrics. There go the twins! geezers would say when we walked down the frog and toad in our Savile Row whistle and flutes, tailored to flatter our thr’penny bits, which were big, like our East End hearts. No one could tell us apart, except when one twin wore glasses or shades over two of our four mince pies
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The Kaye Sisters were a trio of British pop singers, who scored several hits on the UK Singles Chart in the late 1950s and early 1960s. They were formed in 1954. These three young ladies were not sisters and didn't always call themselves sisters. The group were often billed as the "Three Kayes", or simply as the Kayes. However, they always went to enormous trouble to present themselves as identical to each other. With blonde fringe-cut hairdos and similar dresses they came across well.
12-string guitar) The Paris Sisters The Blossoms Many of the early O'Jays hits Many other early hits with David McCullum (mostly el. 12-string guitar), Harry Nilsson, Chipmonks, Duayne Eddy, Dick Dale, Pat Boone, Rosemary Clooney, Ed Ames, Paul Anka, Sonny & Cher (mostly el. 12-string guitar fills), 25 Guitars lps, Ray Charles, Willie Bobo, Bessie Griffin, Ike and Tina Turner, Ritchie Valens, Sam Cooke, Kris Kristofferson, Ann-Margaret, H. B. Barnum, Sarah Vaughn, Jan & Dean, Isley Bros.
Carol Kaye (nee Smith, born March 24, 1935) is an American musician, who is one of the most prolific recorded bass guitarists in rock and pop music, playing on an estimated 10,000 recordings in a career spanning over 50 years. Kaye began playing guitar in her early teens and after some time as a guitar teacher, began to perform regularly on the Los Angeles jazz and big band circuit.
|A1||Beat Me Daddy|
|A3||Smile Smile Smile|
|A4||A Smile Will Go A Long Long Way|
|B1||If I Could Write A Song|
|B2||Apple Blossom Time|
|B3||Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy|
|B5||The Greatest Mistake Of My Life|
|B6||The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else|
- Arranged By, Conductor – Cecil Bolton