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The Clovers ‎– Don't You Know I Love You / Skylark

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions   4-30-17

The Clovers: Skylark / Don’t you know I love you

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The Clovers ‎– Don't You Know I Love You / Skylark

Label: Atlantic ‎– 934 [570]

Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single

Genre: Funk / Soul

Style: Doo Wop

Year: 1951

A: Don’t you know I love you

Written By – Nugetre

 

B: Skylark

Composers – Carmichael, Mercer

 

Published By – Progressive

Published By – George Simon, Inc.

The Clovers are an American rhythm and blues/doo-wop vocal group who became one of the biggest selling acts of the 1950s. They had a top thirty US hit in 1959 with the Leiber and Stoller song "Love Potion No. 9". By the end of 1950 Bill Harris (b. April 14, 1925, Nashville, Tennessee) had joined as their guitarist; his blues- and jazz-inflected playing would become an integral part of their sound. Krefetz then brought them to the attention of Atlantic Records, which signed them in February 1951. A week later, on February 22, they went into the studio for their first recording session for Atlantic, which included the Ahmet Ertegun composition "Don't You Know I Love You"; that song, backed with the standard "Skylark", was their first top-ten R&B hit for the label and remained on the R&B chart for five months

 

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