The Ink Spots Featuring Bill Kenny - Greatest Hits Of The Original Ink Spots FLAC album
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Bill Kenny of the Ink Spots singing: Precious Memories Recorded in: 1951 Featuring: The Song Spinners Choir and Orchestra From The Album: Precious Memories.
If I Didn't Care" is a song written by Jack Lawrence that was originally sung and recorded by The Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny in 1939. The Ink Spots recording became the 10th best selling single of all time with over 19 million copies sold making it one of the fewer than forty all-time singles to have sold 10 million (or more) physical copies worldwide. According to Lawrence, he mailed the song before showing it to some of his friends.
The last Ink Spots studio recordings were of the gospel composition "Somebody Bigger Than You And I" and the Blues number "Do Something For Me" both recorded in February 1951. In 1952 Charlie Fuqua, Baritone singer, Guitarist, and original member since 1934, decided to leave Bill Kenny to form his own Ink Spots group. It was decided by court ruling that Fuqua would have to name his group "The 'New' Ink Spots" however after a short time he dropped the "New" and thus there were two groups using the name "The Ink Spots"
THE INK SPOTS-GREATEST HITS- LP record. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. The second album of hits by. Vinyl record. Sleeve in good condition. VG+/VG++: May have a bit more signs of use & scuffing than VG++. and will have surface noise in spots, generally still. The Ink Spots Greatest Vinyl. Lot of 3 The Ink Spots Albums LP's. Records are in very good condition. Ink Spots 78 RPM Record End Of The Day I'll Lose A Friend Tomorrow Decca 24261.
The Ink Spots' hushed harmonies and acoustic-guitar backing were something of an anomaly in the brash swing era; they nevertheless carved a niche as one of the benchmark acts of '40s pop and were harbingers of doo wop. The group's most distinctive voices were tenor Bill Kenny, whose soft leaps into his high range remain heart-catching more than a half century later, and baritone Orville "Hoppy" Jones, who provides most of the 15 songs on Greatest Hits with recitations that are usually sincere and solemn, occasionally self-parodying ("Whispering Grass")
Album · 1958 · 18 Songs. Woody Jackson, MF DOOM, Inon Zur, KÄRTSY HATAKKA, KIMMO KAJASTO, Akira Yamaoka, The Ink Spots, Joel Eriksson, John Barry, Tangerine Dream, Shawn Lee, Oh No, Ben Morfitt (SquidPhysics), Koji Kondo, Ghostface Killah, Rolfe Kent, John Williams & Alchemist). 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of the Ink Spots. Zero ads. Try it now.
The Ink Spots were an American pop vocal group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style presaged the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.
Список лучших композиций The Ink Spots. The Ink Spots - We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) (original). Ink Spots - We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me), 1940. Bill Kenny (M. nk Spots) - I'll Get By ( As Long As I Have You ). The Ink Spots - I'll Never Smile Again. The Ink Spots - I'll Get By (1943).
Bill Kenny Charlie Fuqua Deek Watson Orville "Hoppy" Jones Billy Bowen Herb Kenny Jerry Daniels. Biography by Bill Dahl. Vocal group of the 1930s and '40s, influential to the doo wop groups of the '50s Read Full Biography.
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|A2||Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall|
|A3||Close To You|
|B2||It's No Secret|
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