"Just To Be In Love" by The Four Haven Knights and "Let's Talk It Over" by The Fi-Tones are the highlights on this release. Early to mid 50's sounds that likely will not appeal much to the lowrider crowd.
Highlights here include "I Want Only You" by The Decoys, "Bells In The Chapel" by Lonnie & Crisis, "Forever And Ever" by Frankie And The C-Notes, "I Got A Feeling" by The Timetones, "Crying For You" by The Centuries and "Mixture Of Love" by The Admirations. Solid addition for those serious Doo Wop fans.
Standard tracks by The Shells, Rochelle And The Candles, The Jesters, The Penguins, The Meadowlarks and The Medallions. This one makes a decent starting point for those just beginning their Doo Wop collection.
"Lover Don't You Weep" by The Aqua-Nites and "Heavenly Angel" by The Squires are the top picks here. This comp is produced in and tailored more towards the east coast Doo Wop crowd. Might not have much appeal the west coast aficionados.
A previously posted reviews on separate releases by the artists here but this one contains a very nice track worth the purchase. "You Came Along" by The Medallions is my top pick with other highlights previously noted on the earlier posts.
Highlights on this comp featuring San Francisco's short lived Baytone label include"You Don't Understand" by The Romancers, "Do You Remember" and "I Need You, Dear" by The Fabulous Flames. Nice addition to your Doo Wop music collection.
Early Detroit soul compilation with a couple of nice and obscure tracks. Highlights are "It Takes Two" by The Del-Phis (later to change their name to Martha & The Vandellas and find fame on the Motown label) and "Lonely Baby" by Ty Hunter. Sound quality varies a bit.
4 out of 10
A few tracks, "I Love Only You" and "What Good Are My Dreams" by The Melloharps along with "Valerie" by The Leopards that will fit in nicely with the older lowrider crowd. The rest is early R&B that most will be hard pressed to really appreciate.