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The Lamplighters

The LamplightersData provided by DiscogsThe Lamplighters, Carl White, Al Frazier, John 'Sonny' Harris, and Turner 'Rocky' Wilson, Jr, formed in 1953. That same year they signed with the Federal Record Label. Between 1953 and 1962 they recorded backup for many musicians from Paul Anka to Duane Eddy, to recording on such songs as, "Little Bitty Pretty One" and "Over And Over." Also during that time they changed names many times, they were known as, '[a4407708],' 'The Rebels,' '[a1153852],' '[a2660910]' 'The Jacks,' and '[a4407723].' In 1962 they finally changed there name for the last time to, '[a254872]' The band would become best known for there doo-wop style background to there 1960s noveltie songs. In 1962 they recorded there first hit, "Papa Oom Mow Mow" and in 1963 there last entitled, "The Birds The Word." There other songs include "Kickapoo Juice," "Little Sally Walker," "Surfin Bird," "Love Pill," "Long Tall Sally," "Old Time Love," "Standing In Love Line," and "Have Mercy, Mercy Baby."
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