Par dion1 le 9 March 2008 à 22:53
Carl Hogan & The Miracles (1) (New York)
Carl Hogan (Lead)
John Brisbane (Tenor)
Jerry Moore (Tenor)
Leon Briggs (Baritone)
Irvin Lee Gail (Bass)
1957 - I Love You So / Your Love (Fury 1003)
In 1952, Carl Hogan joined several friends in Harlem to form the doo-wop group, The Valentines. Originally called The Dreamers, the quartet was expanded with the addition of lead tenor Richard Barrett. Hogan would leave the group in late 1954 before a session at Old Town Records, after a fight with the rest of the group. Carl Hogan during his absence from the Valentines (Before returning in 1956) had recorded with Charles Sampson (from the Velvets) as "Charles And Carl" for Red Robin, for The Velvets on Fury and went on to sing with The Miracles on Fury.
1952 - Carl Hogan (left) with The Freamers (Pre Valentines)
The Miracles were led by Carl. The other members of this New York group were John Brisbane (Tenor), Jerry Moore (Tenor), Leon Briggs (brother of Raymond Briggs from The Valentines) who sang for The Velvets on Fury and Irvin Lee Gail (Bass). The single "I Love You So" / "Your Love (Is All I Need)" came out around 1957 and will be the only single from the group.
I Love You So Your Love
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