Saturday, August 29, 2015

In the Still of the Night


Today's Musical Treat

Where the 5th Satin?


Skoonj said...

The fifth Satin was off stage doing the instrumental portion.

In those days, all groups were dressed well. In suits. They had good, simple choreography. I loved those days, when the groups had respect for their music and their audience.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Talk about choreography and threads, THE FIVE HEARTBEATS
deservedly got just 2 star rating, but you almost can't stop watching.

Anonymous said...

While she's not much in the choreography dept, they still are making them like they used to... just not around here.
Angelina Jordan:

Anonymous said...

Ah, those were the days (We used to sing the background as "Shut up and shove it up"). But it was perhaps the greatest streetcorner acapella/slow dance Doo-Wop song ever (with "Tonight, Tonight" by the Mello Kings a close second).

Moo-lin-yan Nabo-li-don

Stu Tarlowe said...

Oh, Man, the '50s and '60s were the greatest! Check out this 1983 performance and interview (with David Letterman) and you might see why I think Ronnie Spector is the cutest, sexiest woman in Rock'n'Roll ever!

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Link Stu

Stu Tarlowe said...

'Sorry, Raja; here 'tis:

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