Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 7/8/06 - 7/14/06)


"When You Come Back To Me"/
"Yes Sir That's My Baby"
by The Clovers
on Rainbow 11122
released in 1950


[Above photo provided by Paul Ressler.]
Above: Photo of The Clovers (L-R) Harold Lucas, Harold Winley, Bill Harris, Buddy Bailey, and Matthew McQuater. At bottom of photo (not shown): "Personal Mgr., Lou Krefetz" and "Direction, Shaw Artists Corporation".

Click HERE for a multi-part article about The Clovers by Marv Goldberg. (Will open in a separate window)


CLOVERS CLIPPINGS: [FROM CLEVELAND]

Select Pics     SELECT:

    AT CIRCLE THEATER
    (January 1952)

    AT PARADISE
    (November 1952)

    AT EBONY
    (November 1952)

    AT GLEASON'S
    (November 1953)

[All clippings on this page provided by Richard Koloda.]



Above: Label image for Rainbow 11122 released in November 1950. This was The Clovers' only release on this label, moving on to Atlantic in 1951. Another version of "When You Come Back To Me" was released by Savannah Churchill and The Striders in 1951.

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

A) Streaming RealAudio.
 
When You Come Back To Me - Rainbow 11122 - 1950
Yes Sir That's My Baby - Rainbow 11122 - 1950
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Downloading RealAudio.
 
When You Come Back To Me - Rainbow 11122 - 1950
(file size=422KB)
Yes Sir That's My Baby - Rainbow 11122 - 1950
(file size=417KB)









[Above clipping provided by Richard Koloda.]
Above: Alan Freed, "King of The Moondoggers", Stage Show at the Cleveland Arena (July 20, 1953).

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