Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
#709 (Week of 5/7/11 - 5/13/11)

CELEBRATING THE 14TH ANNIVERSARY OF
"RECORD OF THE WEEK" (5/10/97 - 5/10/11)

"Magic Rose"/"Later For You Baby"
by The Solitaires
on Old Town 1015
released in 1955


Above: The Solitaires (Back L-R) Herman Curtis (first tenor), Pat Gaston (bass), Bobby Baylor (second tenor/baritone), (Front L-R) Bobby Williams (tenor/piano), and Buzzy Willis (second tenor). In July 1955, Milton Love replaced Curtis, who had been drafted.

Click HERE for an article about The Solitaires by Marv Goldberg.
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Above: Label image of Old Town 1015 released in November 1955. The Solitaires had seventeen releases on Old Town (1954-1963) under their name, and one released side backing Ursula Reed on Old Town (1954). Milton Love sings lead on both sides. Paul Winley is composer on the flip.

Listen to this week's selections by The Solitaires on Old Town 1015 from 1955:
[Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

     A. Stream RealAudio...
 
          1. Magic Rose
          2. Later For You Baby
 
          BOTH played in sequence

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          1. Magic Rose
          2. Later For You Baby

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          1. Magic Rose
          2. Later For You Baby

The Billboard Review 12/17/55

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