The Harris SistersWritten by dion1 in *HARRIS SISTERS on 6 May 2014 à 11:08
The Harris Sisters (Los Angeles)
Marcene "Dimples" Harris
Beverly Hansen Harris
Betty Jean Sanford Harris
1955 - Kissin' Bug / We've Been Walking All Night (Capitol 14232)
1957 - Don't Let Me Fall In Love / Happiness (Smash 2002/Limelight 2002)
Kent Levaughn Harris was born in 1930 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He is best known as being the writer of novelty tunes such as "Shoppin' For Clothes" (a hit for The Coasters) and "Cops And Robbers" (a hit for Bo Diddley). His sisters Marcene, Beverly, and Betty recorded together as The Harris Sisters and charted with a Doo Wop-style tune Called "We've Been Walking All Night".
Dimples also recorded for Savoy Records in 1951 as the Dimples Harris Trio (But not with her sisters). Marcene "Dimples" Harris also had a single released in 1956 on Crest Records called "This I Do Believe" b/w "If You'll Be True" (Crest #1030) under the name Dimples Harris. Another single was released in 1957 by The Harris Sister on Smash & Limelight 2002 ?...
She also released some records as Marcene Harris on Romark, Octave & Valiant Records . Beverly also filled in for Zola Taylor singing with The Platters. Dimples died in 1976.
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Kissin' Bug We've Been Walking All Night
Don't Let Me Fall In Love / Happiness
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Is this the same Marcene Harris?