Par dion1 le 21 March 2009 à 10:08
The Majors (6) (Chicago,Il.)
aka The Vows (2)
Larry Montgomery (Lead / First Tenor)
Berlyn Bynum (Baritone)
James Sims (Lead / Bass)
Joseph "Fuzzy" Buckner (Lead)
Lawrence Bibbs (Lead / Second Tenor)
The Vows (2)
1963 - Girl In Red / Born With Rhythm (Ran-Dee 111/112)
1963 - When A Boy Love A Girl / Say You'll be mine (Sta-Set 402)
1963 - Lost In A City / When A Boy Love A Girl (Big Three 400)
The Majors (6)
1963 - Lost In A City / Say You'll be mine (Big Three 403)
The Vows on Ran-Dee, Big 3 and Sta-Set were a Chicago group (led by Larry Montgomery) that later changed their name to The Major IV. They also recorded for Mickey Stevenson on Venture Records.
They had nothing to do with The Majors on Imperial (Philadelphia group), or The Vows on Markay (L.A. female group), or The Symphonics . This group was earlier known as The Vows .
They made a vocal harmony cut called "Girl in Red" on the Ran-Dee label, the A side was Andre Williams' r&b song entitled "Born with The Rhythm." The Fantastic Doo wop "Girl in Red", was composed in 57 but was released in 63.
"Lost In A City", "Say You'll be mine" all originally recorded as The Vows on Bob Lee's Big Three as #400 and was later re-released as Big Three #403 by The Majors.
Girl In Red When A Boy Love A Girl
Lost In A City
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