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Rudy Vallee & Connecticut Yankees A little kiss each morning
I’ll be reminded of you
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The Crew-Cuts – Sh-Boom / I Spoke Too Soon
Label: Mercury – 70404
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Style: Rock & Roll
Written By – Feaster, McRae, Keyes, Edwards
B: I Spoke Too Soon
Written By – Sims, Kosloff
Record Company – Mercury Records
Published By – Progressive Music
Published By – Weiss & Barry Inc.
Orchestra [With] – David Carroll &His Orchestra
Vocals – The Crew-Cuts
Canadian vocal quartet comprised of Rudi Maugeri (January 21, 1931 - May 7, 2004) (baritone), John Perkins (born August 28, 1931) (lead), Ray Perkins (born November 28, 1932) (bass), and Pat Barrett (born September 15, 1933) (1st or high tenor). The group named themselves after the crew cut haircut, one of the first connections made between pop music and hairstyle.
22193A Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees A little kiss each morning
Victor records 57124=5 11/6/1929
Radio Pictures Vagabond Lover
22193B Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees I’ll be reminded of you
57125=1 10/28/1929 Composers Ed Heyman-Ken Smith
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