Par dion1 le 7 September 2019 à 12:31
The Monarchs (2) (Manhattan, New York)
1956 - Pretty Little Girl / In My Younger Days (Melba 101/Neil 101)
1956 - Always Be Faithful / How Are You (Neil 103)
The Monarchs, from Manhattan, made their debut (with "Pretty Little Girl") on Neil Records, owned by Morty Craft and Jack Angel (who also owned Melba Records).
The Monarchs had a regional with "Pretty Little Girl." It had exceptional play in the Boston area, and was a great uptempo recording. The group consisted of Arthur Allen, Arthur Kemp, Fred Wells, Robert Galloway and Robert White.
They pour their hearts out on the flip side "In My Younger Days ". The group recorded that same year "Always Be Faithful " and "How Are You? ".
Pretty Little Girl In My Younger Days
Always Be Faithful How Are You
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