Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 1/13/01 - 1/19/01)


TRIBUTE TO THE FIVE RED CAPS... PART 4

"Just For You"
by 5 Red Caps
on Joe Davis 7119-A
released in 1943

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

Above: Photo of The 5 Red Caps. (L-R) Emmett Matthews, *Austin Johnson, Steve Gibson, Dave Patillo, and (in front kneeling) Romaine Brown.

[*Thanks to Austin's son, Bruce Johnson, for identifying this member. Austin later performed with Billy Bowen's Ink Spots. He also became a guitar player and played on some of the earley Rock and Roll sessions that were produced by Dick Jacobs for Decca/Coral]


Joe Davis Label-Just For You-5 Red Caps-1943
Above: One of my favorites among many sides the group had released on the Joe Davis label from 1943 to 1946. It was simultaneoulsy released on Joe Davis' other labels... Beacon, Gennett and Davis, all as #7119. Listen especially to the great harmony after the instrumental break!

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FOR OTHER 5 RED CAPS RECORDS, PLEASE CLICK THERE'S A LIGHT ON THE HILL"/"LENOX AVENUE JUMP"/"NO ONE ELSE WILL DO", "I'M ALL ALONE" (THE TOPPERS), "I'M CRAZY 'BOUT YOU"/"MARY HAD A LITTLE JAM", AND "CONFUSED"/"HAVE A HEART FOR SOMEONE WHO HAS A HEART FOR YOU"


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