Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 4/2/05 - 4/8/05)


"My Heart's Got The Blues"
by The Five C's
on United 180
released in 1954

"Tell Me"
by The Five C's
on United 172
released in 1954


Above: Photo of The Five C's, (Top L-R) Curtis Nevils, Leroy "Clifford" Hicks, Harvey "Clyde" Honey, Carlos Patterson, (Bottom) Clarence Anderson. Hicks had replaced Melvin Carr after the group's last United recording session.

Click HERE to view an article about The Five C's by Marv Goldberg.



Above: Labels for United 180 recorded on 5/25/54 and released in July 1954 and United 172 recorded in November 1953 and released in February 1954. The lead on "Tell Me" is Clarence Anderson. However, the lead on "My Heart's..." is Miller Robinson, the composer of the song (not a member of the group). These were the only two records released by The Five C's.

Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

A) Click on an option below to listen to The Five C's using Streaming RealAudio.

My Heart's Got The Blues - United 180 - 1954
Tell Me - United 172 - 1954
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to The Five C's using Downloading RealAudio.

My Heart's Got The Blues - United 180 - 1954 (file size=514KB)
Tell Me - United 172 - 1954 (file size=433KB)


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