Par dion1 le 22 March 2013 à 12:17
The Charmettes (5) (Brooklyn, New York)
1963 - Please Don't Kiss Me Again / What Is A Tear (Kapp 547)
1963 - Oozi-Oozi-Ooh / He's A Wise Guy (Kapp 570)
1965 - (Preacher Man) Stop The Wedding / Sugar Boy (World Artists 1053)
1963 - That Boy Is My Boy (Kapp)
The Charmettes, Brooklyn act, consisted of Clara Byrd, Mittie Ponder, and Betty Simmons were handled by writer/producer Kenny Young. In 1963 they recorded "Please Don't Kiss Me Again" For Kapp Records.
"Please Don't Kiss Me Again" reached #100 for a week in late 1963, but none of their follow-up records for Kapp and United Artists charted. This was the first hit song for Kenny Young, who also managed the band for a while. Kenny is best known for writing the songs "Under The Boardwalk", "Come Back & Shake Me", "Don't Go Into The Rain"...
Please Don't Kiss Me Again What Is A Tear He's A Wise Guy
Oozi-Oozi-Ooh (Preacher Man) Stop The Wedding Sugar Boy
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