BONNIE DAVIS AND THE PICCADILLY PIPERS... PART 2 OF 2
"I'm Peelin' Onions"
"I Want My Baby"
Above: Photo of Bonnie Davis And The Piccadilly Pipers. (Top) Bonnie Davis (lead vocals), (Middle L-R) Henry "Pat" Padgett (bass), Ernie Ransom (guitar), (Bottom) Clem Moorman (piano). Can anyone identify Pat?
Above: Columbia 30219 and Coral 65043 label images. This group later recorded for a third major label, RCA Victor (on its subsidiary "X"/Groove labels).
- July 1950: "In line with its program to hypo rhythm and blues, Columbia Records has signed Oscar Moore, former King Cole guitarist, along with the Velvetones, Bonnie Davis and the Piccadilly Pipers, the Carols and the Naturals..."
- December 1950: "Coral Records last week inked a Philadelphia based group, Bonnie Davis and the Piccadilly Pipers..."
- February 1951: "New York dj Ray Carroll, who operates on station WHOM in that city and broadcasts from Harlem's Hotel Theresa in association with Willie Bryant, has penned a ditty 'I Want My Baby,' which was recorded by Bonnie Davis and the Piccadilly Pipers for the Coral diskery..."
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
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"I'm Peelin' Onions" - Columbia 30219 - 1950
"I Want My Baby" - Coral 65043 - 1951
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
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"I'm Peelin' Onions" - Columbia 30219 - 1950 (file size=471KB)
"I Want My Baby" - Coral 65043 - 1951 (file size=422KB)
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