• The Miller Sisters


    The Miller Sisters (Long Island, N.Y.)

     

     

    Personnel :

    Maxine Miller

    Vernel Miller

    Hedy Miller

    Jeanette Miller

    Sandy Miller


     


    Discography :


    1955 - Hipetty Ha / Until you'r mine (Herald 455)
    1956 - Guess Who / How am i to know (Ember 1004)
    1956 - Please Don't Leave / Do You Wanna Go (Hull 718)
    1957 - Sugar Candy / My Own (Onyx 507)
    1957 - Let's Start Anew / The Flip Skip (Acme 111)
    1957 - You Made Me A Promise / Crazy Billboard Song (Acme 717)
    1958 - Let's Start Anew / The Flip Skip (Acme 721)
    1960 - Oh Lover / Remember that (Miller 1140)
    1960 - Pony Dance / Give me some old-Fashioned love (Miller 1141)
    1961 - You got to reap what you sow / Pop your finger (Glodis 1003)
    1962 - I miss you so / Dance little sister (Rayna 5001)
    1962 - Walk on / Oh Why (Rayna 5004)
    1960 - Just Wait And See / Black Pepper (Instrumental)    (Hull 736)
    1962 - Roll Back The Rug (And Twist) / Don't You Forget (Hull 750)
    1962 - Cried All Night / Hully Gully Reel (Hull 752)
    1962 - Dance Close / Tell him (Riverside 4535)
    1963 - Baby your Baby / Silly girl (Rolette 4491)
    1964 - Cooncha / Fell good (Stardust 3001)
    1965 - Looking over my life / Si Senor (Yorktown 75)
    1965 - Your Love / Please Don't Say Goodbye Dear (GMC 10003)
    1965 - I'm telling it like it is / Until you comme home, I'll walk alone (GMC 10006)




    Biography :

    The sisters had a starring role in the first R&B motion Picture, Fritz Pollard's "Rockin' the Blues", in 1955.

       


    The Millers were the daughters of Long Island A&R man, songwriter, & arranger William Milller (Hull, Onyx, Acme, Miller High Fi, Concha, Ember, Tri-Boro, Q, Rayna, Yorktown labels, etc.), & he taught his daughters well.


    The miller sisters (1955) Thanks to Juan

    Here they are featured doing two uptempo dance numbers: "Do You Wanna Go" (a re-titling of their own "Roll Back the Rug") & "Everybody's Havin' a Ball", both of which are far from their best material, & lip-synched here, but it's great just to see them in their only video appearance.

     

     

     

    Songs :


      
    Tell him                               Your Love



    Give Me Some Old Fashion Love / Pony Dance

     

     

     

     

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    1
    Saturday 13rd February 2010 at 13:46
    Miller Sisters
    1965 - Your Love / Please Don't Say Goodbye Dear (GMC 10003)
    2
    Saturday 13rd February 2010 at 18:03
    miller sisters
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