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HALOS Halos Nag

Halos Nag
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(COLLECTABLE) 16 titres originaux du début des années 60 (38:45), collection multi label.plus

HALOS: Halos Nag

(COLLECTABLE) 16 titres originaux du début des années 60 (38:45), collection multi label.

Propriétés de l'article:HALOS: Halos Nag

  • Interpret: HALOS

  • Titre de l'album: Halos Nag

  • Label Collectables

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Année de publication 1995
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0090431558027

  • Poids en kg: 0.1
Halos - Halos Nag CD 1
02Zoom Zoom ZoomHALOS
03Village Of LoveHALOS
04Mean Old WorldHALOS
05Down The RoadHALOS
06Crazy BellsHALOS
07Heartbreaking WorldHALOS
08I Went To A PartyHALOS
10Bird DogHALOS
11For Your Precious LoveHALOS
12Copy CatHALOS
13What'd I SayHALOS
14If I Had KnownHALOS
15Come OnHALOS
16Oh What A NightHALOS
The Halos Nag If not for producer Morty Craft - the same guy whose Melba Records... plus

The Halos


If not for producer Morty Craft - the same guy whose Melba Records released The Willows' Church Bells May Ring (it's on our 1956 edition) - the world might have never heard The Halos. The Bronx quartet, consisting of Harold Johnson, formerly of The Crickets (he wrote their You're Mine) and The Mellows (he penned their Smoke From Your Cigarette), Al Cleveland (born March 11, 1930 in Pittsburgh), J.R. Bailey (born February 26, 1934 in South Carolina and formerly of The Cadillacs), and bass singer Arthur Crier (born April 1, 1935 in Manhattan and a veteran of The Chimes on Royal Roost and The Mellows on Celeste), sang behind Shirley & Lee during their later years on Craft's Warwick label and debuted on their own with a pounding L-O-V-E  under the sobriquet of The Craftys, likely a reference to Craft.

Crier wrote the rollicking Coasters-influenced Nag, their first release as The Halos, for Craft's 7 Arts label. It made it to #25 pop in the summer of '61 with Copy Cat riding the flip. Bailey departed after that (he'd go on to co-write The Main Ingredient's 1972 gold platter Everybody Plays The Fool and did some recording himself), replaced by Phil Johnson. The Halos encored with the insistent Come On. They moved to Trans Atlas in '62 to cover Nathaniel Mayer & The Fabulous Twilights' Fortune label hit Village Of Love with a weird Mean Old World on the other side. Warwick issued a Halos album in 1962.

The Halos' studio activities as background vocalists outshone their own output. They backed Curtis Lee on his Phil Spector-produced Pretty Little Angel Eyes as well as another Spector-supervised gem, Gene Pitney's Every Breath I Take. They also harmonized behind Barry Mann on his smash Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp, Bomp, Bomp); all three were mid-1961 hits. Cleveland found his way to Motown, co-writing The Miracles' '67 smash I Second That Emotion with Smokey Robinson. Bailey died in January of 1980 in New York; Cleveland passed away August 14, 1996 in Las Vegas, and Crier died July 22, 2004 in Warsaw, North Carolina.


Various Street Corner Symphonies 1961 Vol.13

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