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The Enchanters (2) ( Detroit, Michigan)
Alton "Bart" Hollowell (Lead Vocals)
Gerald Hollowell (Tenor)
Ulysses Hollowell (Tenor)
Tommy Wade (Tenor)
Jack Thomas (Baritone).
1956 - True love gone / Wait a minutes baby（Mercer 992/Coral 61756）
1956 - Spellbound by the Moon / Know it all (Stardust 102)
1957 - There goes (a pretty girl) / Fan me, baby（Coral 61832）
1957 - Mambo santa mambo / Bottle up and go（Coral 61916）
1963 - True love gone / The day（Coral 62373）
1963 - True love gone / There goes (a pretty girl)（Coral 65610）
N/A - One Hand, One Heart (Coral) (Unreleased)
N/A - Whoa Mabel (Coral) (Unreleased)
N/A - Lovin' And Jivin' (Coral) (Unreleased)
The Enchanters who perform "True Love Gone" on Coral records were another of the 1950's gospel groups that made the shift to R&B. As gospel singers they were known as the Hollowell Brothers. While on tour in 1956 , Duke Ellington discovered the Enchanters in Detroit , Michigan.
Alton "Bart" Hollowell
Duke was so impressed with them that he pressed a few of their tunes (True Love Gone / Wait a minutes baby) on the Mercer label and distributed to local DJs. The name of that label was Mercer ( his brother’s name).
A Great R&B group which included the Hollowell brothers and Tommy Wade, their recordings were never given much air time outside Detroit . During the summer of 1957, Alton "Bart" Hollowell replaced Frank Holt in the Falcons.
Spellbound by the Moon Mambo santa mambo Fan me, baby
True love gone Wait a minutes baby
There goes a pretty girl Whoa Mabel
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