Par dion1 le 6 December 2014 à 11:17
Kirk Taylor & The Majestics (4) (Chicago)
Kirk Taylor (Lead)
The Majestics (4)
1958 - From Out Of This World / You Didn't Learn That In School (Bandera 2502)
1958 - Run Daddy Run
Kirk Taylor & The Majestics (4)
1958 - From Out Of This World / You Didn't Learn That In School (Bandera 2507)
Bandera was a small Chicago label launched by Vi Muszynski, and her son Bernie Harville, with money Muszynski made off one of her biggest discoveries, the Impressions. The label released a variety of music in the late '50s and early '60s, from hillbilly and rock, to blues and gospel.
The Majestics are a mystery group and leave behind them one fine doo wop disc fronted by Kirk Taylor, who may or may not have been a member. "From Out Of This World" b/w "You Didn't Learn That In School" was first issued as the Majestics on Bandera 2502 and as Kirk Taylor & The Majestics on Bandera 2507.
The Majestic's photo have seen to indicate that he was not part of their line-up, but the issued track were both written by C.J. Levy & C. Taylor, are these both members of the group?? Are C. Taylor and Kirk Taylor one and the same, or could he be a relative...
From Out Of This World You Didn't Learn That In School
Run Daddy Run
Par dion1 le 1 April 2013 à 07:18
The Majestics (4) (Spring, TX)
1958 - Boom Da Da / Pennies For A Beggar (Knight 105)
"Pennies For A Beggar" was number one on KANN radio station's "People's Choice" Hit Parade for September 6, 1958 .
This group only released this 45-RPM record but they played hundreds of stage gigs throughout Texas in the late fifties.
Boom Da Da Pennies For A Beggar
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