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For some reason, I found myself craving the sound of vintage vocal groups yesterday. Here are two clips that I know will bring a smile to your face.
The first features the Mills Brothers on the Nat King Cole Show singing Glow Worm...
The second showcases the Ink Spots singing The Gypsy...
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Ink Spots, Mills Brothers
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Two fine groups with the Mills miles ahead in artistry.
Benny Goodman once introduced one group or the other as "The Ink Brothers" when they appeared in the same stage show as BG.
John P. Cooper |
March 19, 2011 at 09:40 AM
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