SPOTLIGHT ON DORIS BROWNE/THE CAPRIS PART 2!
"The Game Of Love"/"My Cherie"
by Doris Browne
on Gotham G-298
released in 1953
Above Left: Gotham Records promotional photo of Doris Browne (also known as Doryce Brown?).
Above Right: Label image for Gotham G-298A. This was the third of four releases by Doris Browne on Gotham (1953-54). George Moonoogian reports that the group backing Doris is NOT The Capris, but possibly might be The Normanaires.
Click on an option below to listen to "The Game Of Love" by Doris Browne using Windows Media Player.
Click on an option below to listen to "My Cherie" by Doris Browne using Windows Media Player.Click HERE to stream both songs in sequence.
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At left is label image for "It Was Moonglow" by The Capris on Gotham G-306. This is their second of three releases on Gotham (1954-56).
The Capris, at this time, consisted of Rena Hinton, Ruben Wright, Eddie Warner, Harrison Scott, and Bobby Smart. (See photo below)
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