The Best Of Doo-Wop

1950scarThe 1950s and 1960s were two fun decades. Cars were stylish, the Space Race was on, and the music was fun. Who could forget fun doo-wop tunes like “Blue Moon” and “Get A Job?” Let’s bring back those old days with some of the best doo-wop and grooviest vocal groups of this era.

Blue Moon

by The Marcels

What could be better than hearing, “Bluuuuue mooooon!” This is one of the best known Doo-Wop tunes.

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Get A Job

The Silhouettes

It’s nice to say, “Get A Job.” But that can be tough when you’re a teen and the job market is tight. This was the only smash hit for the group The Silhouettes, originally known as the gospel group The Gospel Tornadoes.

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Barbara Ann

The Regents

Ba Ba Ba Barbara Ann! Go rockin’ and reelin’ to this tune!

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Rama Lama Ding Dong

The Edsels

Mistakenly called “Lama Rama Ding Dong” when it was released as a single in 1958, this one is still going strong under its proper name.

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Sh-Boom

The Chords

An early doo-wop song from 1954, also known as “Life Could Be A Dream.”

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Remember Then

The Earls

Are these songs bringing back memories? Remember back then, when music was fun and teenagers knew how to dance?

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In The Still Of The Night

The Five Satins

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