• The Seniors (5) aka The Angelenos ?
     

    The Seniors (5) (Los Angeles, CA.)
    aka The Angelenos ?
    aka The Angeiinos ?

     

     

    Personnel :

    Rudy Ray Moore

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    Discography :

    The Seniors (5)
    1960 ~ Hully Gully Fever (And The Flu Bug Too) / Pitter Patter Heart (Kent 342)
    1960 - My Soul / Emily (The Turks) (Ball 001) 

    The Angelinos
    1961 - On An Island / As Long As I Have You (Peepers 2824( (first pressing)

    The Angelenos
    1961 – Don’t Cry Baby / As Long As I Have You (Peepers 2824) (second pressing)
    1961 - Hully Gully Fever / Come On Baby (Peepers 2827) (first pressing)

    Bobby Lawrence & The Angelenos
    1962 - Hully Gully Fever / Come On Baby (Peepers 2827) (second pressing)

     

     

    Biography :

    Rudy Ray Moore born March 17, 1937 in Fort Smith, Arkansas recorded some songs for Federal Records in the early 1950s. The most famous of these recording sessions is "Step it up and go." Although Moore's singing career didn't hit the big time, he did deliver some truly great soulful rock n' roll songs in a similar vein of Richard Berry. Moore moved to Los Angeles, California in 1959. Several more singles were released by various labels, including his own Vermont Records, with Moore performing either as a solo artist or with other vocal groups like The Seniors.

    The Seniors (5) aka The Angelenos ?   The Seniors (5) aka The Angelenos ?
    Rudy Ray Moore                                                                                                                     

    In 1960, with The Seniors Rudy Ray Moore recorded "Hully Gully Fever (And The Flu Bug Too)" b/w "Pitter Patter Heart" On Kent records and  "My Soul" on Ball. In 1961 we find the same version of "Hully Gully Fever" by The Angelenos also from los angeles. It may be possible that this is the same group with Rudy Ray Moore replaced by Bobby Lawrence...



    Songs :
    (updated by Hans-Joachim) 


    The Seniors (5)

      
               Hully Gully Fever                                   My Soul                


    Pitter Patter Heart


    The Angelenos

      
    Hully Gully Fever                          Don't Cry Baby

      
    As Long As I Have You                         Come On Baby       




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