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Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-06-04T12:24:23.000Z

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Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-12-13T05:01:17.000Z

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Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-11-19T18:26:45.000Z

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Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-07-09T18:09:36.000Z

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Channel Title : Pedri Jimenez

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Published Date : 2018-11-14T18:54:34.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2017-11-01T00:20:58.000Z

    

Channel Title : Eduardo Suero

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Published Date : 2018-11-20T23:20:07.000Z

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Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-10-15T12:58:00.000Z

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Published Date : 2014-07-03T11:57:26.000Z

The Falcons were an American rhythm and blues vocal group, some of whose members went on to be influential in soul music. The Falcons formed in 1955 in Detroit, Michigan on the Mercury Records imprint. After personnel changes in 1956, The Falcons had hits for the Lupine Records label with the million selling "You're So Fine" (1959), and "I Found A Love" (1962). The group were recording under the production wing of Robert West, who gave the group a gospel music sound and recorded the singers on his own Flick label. Joe Stubbs was lead singer on the hits "Just For Your Love" (1959) and "The Teacher" (1960) before Wilson Pickett replaced him in 1960. After 1963, the Fabulous Playboys took over the Falcons name. The later group comprised Carlis 'Sonny' Monroe, James Gibson, Johnny Alvin, and Alton Hollowell. This group made the R&B chart in 1966, with "Standing On Guard."
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-24T09:15:45.000Z

WMEX, Boston - Arnie "Woo Woo" Ginsburg Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2018-11-12T02:09:20.000Z

Siguen sobresaliendo los dominicanos Manny Mora y Luis José Duran en latinoamericana FMI Motocross Internacional.
    

Channel Title : MANNY MORA

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Published Date : 2014-06-24T01:17:23.000Z

KGFJ, Los Angeles - Hunter Hancock Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2013-11-06T14:48:13.000Z

Doo wop group the Pastels formed in 1954. At the time, lead DiFosco "Dee" Erwin, first tenor Richard Travis, second tenor Tony Thomas, and baritone Jimmy Willingham were all stationed at a U.S. Air Force base in Narsarssuak, Greenland, and their first live appearances were in conjunction with military showcases. According to Marv Goldberg's profile in the December 1977 edition of Yesterday's Memories, all four Pastels were eventually transferred to Washington, D.C., and following a well-received performance at the USAF's annual "Tops in Blue" talent show, the group decided to pursue a record contract, eventually landing with the small Hull label. Their debut, "Been So Long," hit retail in November 1957, and when it seemed poised for breakout success, Chess Records licensed the disc for national distribution, reissuing the single on its Argo subsidiary a month later. In early 1958, "Been So Long" reached the R&B Top Five, also crossing over to number 24 on the Billboard pop chart. After extensive touring as part of DJ Alan Freed's Big Beat Show, the Pastels returned to the studio to cut a follow-up, "You Don't Love Me Anymore." The record failed to match the success of its predecessor, however, and when their third Argo release, "So Far Away," met the same fate, the group dissolved in early 1959. Dee Ervin returned to his native New York City and mounted a solo career, scoring a 1963 hit with his cover of the World War II-era favorite "Swinging on a Star."
    

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Published Date : 2013-10-31T05:06:57.000Z

One of the most highly regarded American Doo Wop groups from the mid 1950s. Their records are highly sought by hardcore oldies collectors. The group featured here are best remembered for their 1955 east coast hit "Lily Maebelle". Although they never had a record on the national hit parades, they were extremely popular in New York and the East Coast in general and had many regional big sellers. The stage performances of the group were sellouts and their harmonizing and choreography in sequence were amongst the most accomplished of their time. Influenced both musically and in their showmanship by The Cadillacs, The Solitaires, and The Flamingos, The Valentines were able to contribute an innovative stage presentation, outstanding vocals, and some unique performances. The Valentines served as a launching pad for important careers. Their brilliant choreography made them one of the most cherished groups on the East Coast. The group first formed in 1952 in the Sugar Hill district of Harlem as a quartet, harmonizing on the corner of 151st Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The original group comprised Raymond "Pop" Briggs (first tenor), Carl Hogan (second tenor), Mickey Francis (baritone), and Ronnie Bright (bass) calling themselves The Mistletoes; sometime afterwards they changed their names to The Dreamers.
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-25T22:19:20.000Z

KJR, Seattle, Washington - Pat O´Day Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-26T02:37:53.000Z

WQXI, Atlanta, Georgia - Dr. Don Rose Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-24T03:23:58.000Z

WKBW, Buffalo, New York - Dick Biondi Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-24T12:20:15.000Z

WMCA, New York - B. Mitchell Reed Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2013-09-11T01:40:42.000Z

    

Channel Title : Eduardo Suero

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Published Date : 2018-11-13T21:16:49.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2013-11-17T04:21:04.000Z

Randy & the Rainbows are an American doo wop group from Maspeth, New York. The group was formed in 1962 in a neighborhood of Queens, and featured two pairs of siblings, along with a fifth member. The Safuto brothers had previously sung in the group The Dialtones. They recorded with the producers of The Tokens, releasing the single "Denise" in 1963. The song hit #18 on the US Black Singles chart and #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 that year. "Denise" was written by Neil Levenson, and was inspired by his childhood friend, Denice Lefrak. The song later became a European hit for Blondie, with the title changed to "Denis". Randy & The Rainbows' follow-up single, "Why Do Kids Grow Up", barely scraped the pop charts at #97, and the group never charted again.
    

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Published Date : 2018-01-22T01:16:19.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2013-06-11T01:15:03.000Z

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Published Date : 2018-11-04T18:11:39.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-10-28T11:01:05.000Z

The Coasters were one of the few artists in rock history to successfully straddle the line between music and comedy. Their undeniably funny lyrics and on-stage antics might have suggested a simple troupe of clowns, but Coasters records were no mere novelties -- their material, supplied by the legendary team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, was too witty, their arrangements too well-crafted, and the group itself too musically proficient. That engaging and infectious combination made them one of the most popular early R&B/rock & roll acts, as well as one of the most consistently entertaining doo wop/vocal groups of all time. The Coasters grew out of a successful Los Angeles doo wop group called the Robins, which had been recording since 1949 and working with Leiber & Stoller since 1953. Atlantic Records acquired the Robins in 1955, when the Leiber & Stoller composition "Smokey Joe's Cafe" was becoming too big a hit for their small Spark label to handle; its success scored the duo an independent contract with Atlantic as producers and composers. Amid uncertainties over their new major-label arrangement, the Robins split up that fall; lead tenor Carl Gardner (a more recent addition) and bass Bobby Nunn formed a new group, The Coasters (named for their West Coast base), which maintained the Leiber & Stoller association -- an extremely wise move. The initial Coasters lineup was completed by baritone Billy Guy (a gifted comic vocalist) and second tenor Leon Hughes, with guitarist Adolph Jacobs figuring prominently on their recordings through 1959. Their first single, "Down in Mexico," became a Top Ten R&B hit in 1956, epitomizing the sort of humorous story-song Leiber & Stoller were perfecting. The Coasters hit again in 1957 with the double-sided smash "Young Blood"/"Searchin'," both sides of which reached the pop Top Ten. The follow-ups weren't as successful, and it was decided that both the group and Leiber & Stoller would move their operations to New York, where Atlantic was based. As a result, Nunn and Hughes left the group in late 1957, to be replaced respectively by bass Will "Dub" Jones (ex-Cadets, of "Stranded in the Jungle" fame) and second tenor Obie Jessie (for a very short period), then Cornell Gunter (ex-Flairs). The Coasters' first recording in New York was 1958's "Yakety Yak," which featured King Curtis on tenor sax. Its witty, slice-of-life lyrics about a teenager being hassled by his parents struck a resounding chord, and "Yakety Yak" became The Coasters' first number-one pop hit that summer, topping the R&B charts as well. "Charlie Brown," which cast Jones in the title role of class clown (and immortalized him with the catch-phrase, "why's everybody always pickin' on me?"), hit number two on both the pop and R&B charts in 1959, firmly establishing The Coasters' widespread crossover appeal. More hits followed: the Western-themed "Along Came Jones," "Poison Ivy," "Shoppin' for Clothes," and the group's final Top 30 hit, 1961's burlesque-dancer tribute "Little Egypt." Following "Little Egypt," Gunter departed, to be replaced by Earl "Speedo" Carroll (of the Cadillacs). Other personnel shifts ensued over the next few years, especially as the hits dried up; even more discouragingly, Leiber & Stoller left Atlantic in 1963. The Coasters parted ways with Atlantic in early 1966, signing with Columbia's Date subsidiary and reuniting with Leiber & Stoller for a time. Although they charted several times, no more hits were forthcoming, given the radically different musical climate; their last chart single was a 1971 cover of "Love Potion No. 9" (by which time Gardner was the only remaining original member), and their last new release came with a 1976 version of "If I Had a Hammer." Since then, numerous different Coasters lineups have toured the oldies circuit; Gardner's holds the legal claim to legitimacy, but Gunter, Guy, Jones, Nunn, and Hughes all led differing lineups at one point or another. Nunn died of a heart attack in 1986, one year before The Coasters became the first vocal group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Gunter was murdered in Las Vegas in 1990, and Jones passed away in early 2000.
    

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Published Date : 2016-10-10T21:00:16.000Z

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Published Date : 2014-06-23T23:59:05.000Z

WIL, St. Louis, Missouri - Jack Carney Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-23T07:11:02.000Z

''Mother in Law'' - Lyrics (Mother in Law) Mother In Law (Mother in Law) Mother In Law The worst person I know (Mother-in law, mother-in law) (Mother-in law, mother-in law) A she worries me, so If she'd leave us alone A we would have a happy home Sent from down below Mother in Law Mother in Law Satan should be her name To me they're bout the same Every time I open my mouth She steps in, tries to put me out How could she stoop so low [Instrumental Interlude] I come home with my pay She asks me what I made She thinks her advice is the constitution But if she would leave that would be the solution And don't come back no more Mother in law My......mother in law, ah Oh yeah Ernie K-Doe scored one of the biggest hits (possibly the biggest) in the history of New Orleans R&B with "Mother-in-Law," a humorous lament that struck a chord with listeners of all stripes on its way to the top of both the pop and R&B charts in 1961. The song proved to be K-Doe's only major success, despite several more minor hits that were equally infectious, yet he remained one of New Orleans' most inimitable personalities. Born Ernest Kador, Jr. in New Orleans in 1936, he began singing at age seven in the Baptist church where his father served as minister. During his teen years, Kador performed with local gospel groups like the Golden Chain Jubilee Singers and the Zion Travelers, when he was influenced chiefly by the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi. He entered and won talent competitions and became more interested in secular R&B and blues, and at 17, he moved to Chicago with his mother and began performing at local clubs. Thanks to connections he made there, he got the chance to sing with the Flamingos and Moonglows, as well as the Four Blazes, a gig that earned him his first recording session in late 1953 for United. Kador returned to New Orleans in 1954 and honed his flamboyant stage act at numerous local hangouts (including the famed Dew Drop Inn), both solo and as part of the vocal group the Blue Diamonds. the Blue Diamonds cut a couple of sides for Savoy in 1954, and the following year, Kador (still billed under his real name) recorded his first solo single, "Do Baby Do," for Specialty. In 1957, he recorded a few more sides for Ember, as both Ernie Kado and Ernie K-Doe. Finally, in 1959, he caught on with the newly formed Minit label and hooked up with producer/songwriter/pianist/arranger/future legend Allen Toussaint. His first Minit single, "Make You Love Me," flopped, but the follow-up, "Hello My Lover," was a substantial regional hit, selling nearly 100,000 copies. K-Doe struck gold with 1961's "Mother-in-Law," a Toussaint-penned tune on which K-Doe traded choruses with bass vocalist Benny Spellman. That, coupled with the playful cynicism of the lyrics, made for a rollicking good time in the best New Orleans R&B tradition, and K-Doe was rewarded with a number one record on both the pop and R&B charts. He toured the country and landed a few more follow-up hits -- "Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta," "I Cried My Last Tear," "A Certain Girl" (later covered by the Yardbirds), "Popeye Joe" -- but none approached the phenomenon of "Mother-in-Law," and were more popular on the R&B side. Minit soon went under, and K-Doe followed Toussaint to the Instant label, but two 1964 singles failed to revive K-Doe's chart fortunes, partly because the early prime of New Orleans R&B was fading as Motown gained prominence. Over the remainder of the '60s, K-Doe recorded for Peacock and Duke, landing two very minor R&B chart entries in 1967 with "Later for Tomorrow" and "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" on the latter label. However, he had a difficult time adapting his loose, playful style to the R&B trends of the day. He reunited with Toussaint for a brief period in the early '70s, to no avail, and drifted into a long period of alcoholism. Fortunately, K-Doe was able to reclaim some of his popularity around New Orleans when he began hosting a radio program in 1982, earning an audience with his wild antics and blatant self-promotion. In 1994, K-Doe opened his own club, Mother-in-Law Lounge, in New Orleans, and frequently performed there in the years to come, occasionally returning to the studio as well. He was inducted into the city's Music Hall of Fame in 1995 and generally acknowledged for his contributions up until his death from kidney and liver failure on July 5th 2001.
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-25T09:01:04.000Z

Manny mora le enseña por donde es que se corre 👨‍🎓👨🏻‍🏫🎼🚴🏻‍♂️🏍🚳
    

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Published Date : 2018-11-02T04:49:16.000Z

Estos titanes del motocross en las practicas de Monte Plata, Manny Mora con un nivel incomparable gracias a su manager Jimbeily Pacheco de #Pachecomxschool El futuro del motocross
    

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Published Date : 2013-10-25T12:02:09.000Z

The Orioles were a successful and influential American R&B group of the late 1940s and early 1950s, one of the earliest such vocal groups who established the basic pattern for the doo-wop sound. The Orioles are generally acknowledged as R&B's first vocal group. Baltimore natives, they blended rhythm with group harmonies. Dubbing themselves after Maryland's state bird, the Orioles started the trend of bird groups (The Cardinals, The Crows, The Flamingos, The Larks, The Penguins, The Ravens, The Wrens, etc.).[1] They brought their winning formula to their first charted hit "It's Too Soon To Know"; a #1 record in November 1948, soon followed by the group's second hit, "(It's Gonna Be A) Lonely Christmas", in December that same year
    

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Published Date : 2018-08-27T21:27:22.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-10-28T11:24:01.000Z

The Clovers began as a four-piece group of students at Washington, DC's Armstrong High School who covered pop standards in the manner of their heroes, the Ink Spots. Soon, however, the group that was then known as the "Four Clovers" (in order to bring them luck) were suggested to the fledgling Atlantic Records by Washington record store owner "Waxie Maxie" Silverman, and label head Ahmet Ertegun put them to work on original R&B songs, inspired by the success of the early Dominoes -- in fact, the Clovers were the first to cover one of Ahmet's tunes. That song was "Don't You Know I Love You," which went straight to Number One in 1951, putting the label on the map. With a steady succession of bawdy, comic singles (the formula that would work so well later on the pop charts with Coasters, but considerably dirtier), the Clovers racked up an incredible 19 top ten hits through 1956. In 1954 they were one of the acts on DJ Alan Freed's original "Moondog Coronation Ball," his first big event and, some say, the true birth of the rock and roll movement. Bailey and Lucas (later Mitchell) served as the group's twin lead tenors, with occasional leads by Charlie White. By 1956 they'd had a few pop hits, and the rock and roll trend was in full swing. But the group was too raw for the pop charts, and Atlantic still hadn't figured out how to cross over, so the group was signed to United Artists to work with Lieber-Stoller, who provided them with "Love Potion #9." But by 1961, the decade-old group, not well-versed in gospel, had trouble adjusting to the sounds of soul -- and though they soldiered on through the end of the decade, their glory days were over. Today the sole surviving member, Harold Winley, leads a Clovers revival group that tours the country.
    

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Published Date : 2017-04-03T15:25:03.000Z

#mxdominicano @mxdominicano en instagram y en en Facebook Mx Dominicano síguenos en nuestras redes y no olvides suscribirte...
    

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Published Date : 2014-06-27T12:50:08.000Z

WAMO, Pittsburgh - Porky Chedwick Cruisin' was an American Rock-and-Roll and pop music sampler series covering the years 1955-1970 released by Increase Records, originally in the early 1980's on vinyl, and in 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The covers were stylized after the works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The series was special in that each album purported to be an authentic roughly 40-minutes recording of a contemporary radio station from that year, complete with contemporary ads, station jingles, and a radio DJ from that era introducing each song, reading out local news, and inviting the listeners to join in competitions.
    

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Published Date : 2013-11-15T09:23:52.000Z

The Marcels were an American doo-wop group known for turning popular music songs into rock and roll. The group formed in 1959 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and signed to Colpix Records, with lead Cornelius Harp, bass Fred Johnson, Gene Bricker, Ron Mundy, and Richard Knauss. The group was named after a popular hair style of the day, the marcel wave, by Fred Johnson's younger sister Priscilla. In 1961 many were surprised to hear a new version of the ballad "Blue Moon", that began with the bass singer saying, "bomp-baba-bomp" and "dip-da-dip." The record sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. It is featured in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. The disc went to number one in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and UK Singles Chart.[5] In the U.S., additional revivals in the same vein as "Blue Moon" -- "Heartaches" and "Melancholy Baby" -- were less successful, although "Heartaches" peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and eventually sold over one million copies worldwide. In August 1961, due to problems encountered in the Deep South while touring because of the group being bi-racial, the white members, Knauss and Bricker left and were replaced by Allen Johnson (brother of Fred) and Walt Maddox. Mundy left soon after, leaving the group a quartet. In 1962, Harp and Allen Johnson left, and were replaced by Richard Harris and William Herndon. There was a brief reunion of the original members in 1973. The group made several recordings in 1975 with Harp back on lead. Original member Gene Bricker died in 1983. Allen Johnson died in 1995. By the early 1990s the group included Johnson, Maddox, Harris, Jules Hopson, and Richard Merritt. The group split around 1995. Fred Johnson formed his own group with new members, while the other four members recruited new bassist Ted Smith. Maddox won a lawsuit against Sunny James Svetnic, the manager of Johnson's group, for trademark infringement in 1996. Johnson reunited with Harp, Mundy, and Knauss in 1999 for the PBS special Doo Wop 50. The Marcels were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2002. In Brazil, their greatest hit, "Blue Moon", was the opening theme from the soap opera production O Beijo do Vampiro, from TV Globo network, exhibited between 2002 and 2003. Their original lead singer, Cornelius Harp, died in 2013.
    

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Published Date : 2018-11-17T02:57:10.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2013-02-21T04:58:16.000Z

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Published Date : 2013-10-30T12:59:32.000Z

The Jacks also known as the Cadets. The members were Aaron Collins (the brother of Betty and Rosie Collins who recorded as The Teen Queens), Willie Davis, Austin "Ted" Taylor, baritone Lloyd McGraw and bass singer Will "Dub" Jones. Ted Taylor, who left the group in early 1956 for a solo career, was replaced first by Prentice Moreland (who attended only one session and delivered the line "Great googa-mooga, let me outtahere," on "Stranded in the Jungle") and then by Pete Fox from The Flairs. Joe Bihari the boss man of the Modern Records empire in Los Angeles came up with the idea of having one group with a split personality, envisioning The Jacks as a ballad harmony group utilizing the writing talents of Aaron Collins, and The Cadets as an uptempo and novelty song quintet. As a rule, Dub Jones or Aaron Collins sang lead on the Cadets recordings, while tenor Willie Davis fronted the Jacks. Ted Taylor was also featured on three early songs. The band on most of the group's sessions was lead by tenor saxophonist Maxwell Davis. The Jacks/Cadets also backed up other artists, notably Young Jessie on "Mary Lou" and Richard Berry on "Jelly Roll" and "God Gave Me You." The Jacks first side was a cover of a tune by The Feathers called "Why Don't You Write Me". It proved to be a national hit record and introduced the sound of the group to a wide audience. The flip side, Charlie Calhoun's "Smack Dab In The Middle" was recorded as by The Cadets originally in keeping with the 'two groups in one' philosophy. When the ballad side began to break big in the pop field, a second pressing was hastily issued with a ballad now on the flip side - "My Darling". Two sides with the group backing up singer Donna Hightower were failures, as was their next single, but surprisingly the bouncy "How Soon" got some airplay and sales and the next ballad release "Why Did I Fall In Love" did well across the country but was not nearly as successful as the first recording by the group. By this time Bihari and Modern had given up on the Jacks part of the equation, and from that point on the group was exclusively known as The Cadets. The quintet's identity as The Cadets started as the musical cover group for the Modern label. Their first outing was a version of Nappy Brown's "Don't Be Angry", and the second release was a cover of The Marigolds "Rolling Stone". Then followed backup for Young Jesse and Dolly Cooper, an late blooming "Annie" song ("Annie Met Henry") and a double cover of Elvis ("Heartbreak Hotel") and The Willows ("Church Bells May Ring"). The next release was also a cover, but this time things were different. The cover of The Jayhawks "Stranded In The Jungle" took off like a rocket and went to the top of the R & B charts and also scored big on the pop charts. The Cadets never again achieved this measure of success issuing a string of covers such as Peppermint Harris "I Got Loaded" and "I'll Be Spinning" originally by Johnnie & Joe. By the turn of the new decade the Cadets had been ready to call it a career, but a new lineup of two members of the Cadets and two members of the Flairs became a new vocal group called The Flares (note the different spelling). The Flares were Aaron Collins, Willie Davis, Thomas Miller, and George Hollis and they signed to record for the Felsted label, a New York based label headed by Walt McGuire. "Loving You" and "Jump And Bump" were the first two releases and they went nowhere. The third recording was a charm - "Foot Stomping (parts one and two)" on Felsted #8624. This was a typical early sixties dance record with an energetic sound and it was a great seller getting into the top twenty pop records of the country. They followed it up with another two part record called "Rock And Roll Heaven" on a new label named Press, but that record failed to chart as did all subsequent releases by the group. There were six more recordings by The Flares on Press and none of them went anywhere. It was 1964 and the English Invasion was on and the end of the road for The Jacks / Cadets / Flares was at hand. So ended the story of the group that had a multi faceted appeal and saw some limited success during their years as a recording unit. They were certainly unique during their time as representatives of the music of America. Prentice Moreland, Aaron Collins, Ted Taylor and Lloyd McGraw are deceased. Willie Davis is considering a new version of The Jacks / Cadets possibly including Pete Fox. Dub Jones still lives in Los Angeles but, at last report, was not interested in returning to the stage.
    

Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-05-14T20:57:25.000Z

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Published Date : 2013-05-08T17:00:03.000Z

In My Stride is the final Van McCoy/David Ruffin collaboration. McCoy surrounded Ruffin's harsh, expressive tenor with strings, horns, New York studio musicians, and Faith, Hope & Charity's slick backing vocals. So much to choose from... "You're My Peace of Mind" is a deceptive groover, accented by an electric harmonica; "Questions" is an unsung gem, Ruffin at his pleading, inquisitive best. On the ballad side, "Just Let Me Hold You For a Night" is a majestic production and one of David's best leads, a gripper from the first note. But there's more: "Hey Woman" and "Rode By the Place (Where We Used to Stay)" are mature, introspective heartache sagas. It's about time Motown did us a favor and compiled all the Ruffin/McCoy sides on one CD package.
    

Channel Title : Motocross Extremo Rd

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Published Date : 2018-05-14T06:14:42.000Z

Saludos de los mejores pilotos de motocross en la República Dominicana

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