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The "5" Royales” With Charlie "Little Jazz" Ferguson & His Orch.

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions started 9-11-2017

The "5" Royales” With Charlie "Little Jazz" Ferguson & His Orch. ‎– Laundromat Blues / Too Much Lovin' 

Help Me Somebody / Crazy, Crazy, Crazy

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Label: Apollo Records ‎– 448

Manufactured By – Apollo Records New York Corp.

Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single, Mono

Released: 1953

Genre: Blues

Style: Rhythm & Blues

Rights Society: BMI

A: Laundromat Blues

Written-By – Medley

B: Too Much Lovin' (Much Too Much)

Written-By – Pauling

 

The 5 Royales

Profile: The "5" Royales are cited as a groundbreaking link between gospel, R&B, rock, doo wop, and soul music. Lowman Pauling and his brothers Clarence and Curtis backed their father, Lowman Pauling Sr. during concerts as the Royal Sons Gospel Group in their native North Carolina. In the early 1950's, Carolina radio producer Robert Woodward contacted NY-based Apollo Records about the group. Signed by Apollo Records, the group's name was changed from the Royal Sons Quintet to the "5" Royales by the label's Carl Le Bowe.

Label: Apollo Records (2) ‎– 446

Released: 1953

Genre: Funk / Soul

Style: Rhythm & Blues

A: Help me somebody

Written-By – Lowman Pauling

B: Crazy Crazy Crazy

Written-By – Lowman Pauling

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