Youve Changed - The Platters - Volume Two
Label: Mercury - MG 20216 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues
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Have fun and enjoy the use of our website. IsraBox - Music is Life! Tracklist Heart Of Stone I'd Climb The Highest Mountain September In The Rain You've Hot Stuff - Ramma Lamma - Ice Cream I'll Get By I Give You My Word Wagon Wheels Take Me In Your Arms You Can Depend On Me Temptation Their sound was unique, marked by lead singer Tony Williams' powerful vocals and the feminine touch of singer Zola Taylor.
Although competing versions of the Platters confused the public for many years, original founding member Herb Le Chevalier A la Rose (Extraits) - Richard Strauss, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Teresa Stich-Randall, Ch eventually solidified his rights to the name and the group continued recording and performing in the s.
The Platters started out in as a Los Angeles-based doo wop group who made a few records for Federal, a subsidiary of Cincinnati's King Records. What changed their fortunes boils down to one very important name: their mentor, manager, producer, songwriter, and vocal coach, Buck Ram. Ram took a standard doo wop vocal group and turned them into stars -- one of the most enduring and lucrative Youve Changed - The Platters - Volume Two of all time.
The Platters seemed like a good addition to his stable. After getting them out of their Federal contract, Ram placed them with the burgeoning national independent label Mercury Records at the same time he brought over the Penguins following their success with "Earth Angel"automatically getting them into pop markets through the label's distribution contacts alone. Then Ram started honing in on the group's strengths and weaknesses.
The first thing he did was put the lead-vocal status squarely on the shoulders of lead tenor Tony Williams. Considered the most romantic of all the doo wop groups that is, the ultimate in "make out music"hit after hit came tumbling forth in a seemingly effortless manner: "Only You," "The Great Pretender," Youve Changed - The Platters - Volume Two Prayer," "Twilight Time," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "Harbor Lights," all of them establishing the Platters as the classiest of all.
InWilliams struck out on his own. By the decade's end, the group had disbanded, with various members starting up their own version of the Platters. Decades of competing versions ensued, until original member Herb Reed finally won a series of court cases. Reed, who died inrestarted the group and patterned them on the original, with members including Wayne Miller, Valerie Victoria, Frank Pizarro, and Cheo Bourne, plus music director Michael Larson.
Inthe only group authorized to perform as the Platters released Back to Basics Live! Muchas gracias Acquire, please legitimate discs, which no doubt will adorn your collection!