The Preludes (1) aka The Youngsters (1) aka Tempters aka Them
The Preludes (1) (Los Angeles)
aka The Youngsters (1) aka Tempters aka Them
Homer Green (Lead)
Charles Everidge (Second Tenor)
Donald Miller (First Tenor)
Harold Murray (Baritone)
James Monroe Warren (Bass)
1956 - Don't Fall In Love Too Soon / I Want Your Arms Around Me (Empire 103)
The Youngsters had one good sized hit on the west coast, several records under different names, and members that were involved in other fine groups. The group formed at Manual Arts High School on Vermont Street in Los Angeles in 1955. Group members originally included Homer Green, Don Miller, Charles Everidge, Harold Murray and James Warren.
Their first recording was issued as the Preludes and was with the newly formed Empire record label, owned by George Motola and Jack Hoffman. Backing them on the session was noted pianist Ernie Freeman.
"Don't Fall In Love Too Soon" was actually recorded at the same session as "Shattered Dreams" and "Rock And Roll Cowboy". Besides the Preludes and Youngsters, they also had the name of the Tempters.
Don't Fall In Love Too Soon I Want Your Arms Around Me
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