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TRIBUTE TO THE FIVE RED CAPS... PART 3

"Confused"/
"Have A Heart For Someone Who Has A Heart For You"
by The 5 Red Caps
on Davis 7141
released in 1946

Photo Of 5 Red Caps
(The above photo courtesy of Paul Ressler. Thanks, Paul!)

Above: Photo of The Five Red Caps. (L-R) Dave Patillo, Jimmy Springs, Emmett Mathews, Romaine Brown and Steve Gibson.

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Above: This record was released near the end of their Joe Davis career (which had started in 1943). These two sides are representative of several of their early songs that had an "Ink Spots" sound. After leaving Joe Davis, The Red Caps had success with Mercury (1947-1950) and RCA Victor (1950-1955).

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Above: Clip from 1940 Movie: "Mystery In Swing" featuring The Four Toppers, who sing "Jump, The Water's Fine" and "Let's Go To A Party". The Four Toppers included Jimmy Springs and Steve Gibson who were both members of The Five Red Caps.

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