Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
#679 (Week of 9/25/10 - 10/1/10)

IN THE STYLE OF THE INK SPOTS - PART THREE

"Seems Like Old Times"/"I'm Glad I Waited For You"
by The Five Red Caps
on Davis 2101-A/B
released in 1946


Above: The Five Red Caps from The Billboard 5-11-46. (L-R) David Patillo (tenor, bass fiddle), Jimmy Springs (lead tenor), Emmett Mathews (tenor, sax & clarinet), Romaine Brown (baritone, piano) and Steve Gibson (bass, guitar).

Click HERE for an article about The Red Caps by Marv Goldberg.
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Above: From The Billboard 7-20-46.



Above: From The Billboard 3-2-46.



Above: From The Billboard 5-15-48. (L-R) Emmett Mathews (clarinet), Steve Gibson, David Patillo, Earl Plummer (lead tenor) and Romaine Brown.


Above Left: Picture of The Five Red Caps from The Billboard 12-28-46. (Top) Steve Gibson, (Bottom L-R) Romaine Brown, Gordon McKay(?), David Patillo and Arthur Davey.

Above Right: Label image of Davis 2101, recorded on January 28, 1946 and released in March 1946. The Five Red Caps were active on Joe Davis' record labels (Beacon, Gennett, Davis and Joe Davis) from 1943 to 1946. Many were done in this "Ink Spots" style.

Listen to this week's selections by The Five Red Caps on Davis 2101 from 1946:
[Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

     A. Stream RealAudio...
 
          1. Seems Like Old Times
          2. I'm Glad I Waited For You
 
          BOTH played in sequence

     B. Download RealAudio...
 
          1. Seems Like Old Times
          2. I'm Glad I Waited For You

     C. Stream/Download Media Player...
 
          1. Seems Like Old Times
          2. I'm Glad I Waited For You


(The Billboard 3-16-46 Review)


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