"Here In My Lonely Room"
by The Ink Spots
on King 4670
released in 1953
Above Left: This is a 1953(?) clipping for "Ebb Tide". The Ink Spots shown are (L-R) Essix Scott, Charlie Fuqua, Jimmy Holmes and Harold Jackson. The actual personnel on the 1953 recording of "Here In My Lonely Room" (as shown on the label) are Fuqua, Holmes, Jackson, Leon Antoine and Isaac Royal (pianist). Fuqua was a member of the original Ink Spots group that started in the 1930's.
Above Right: The King LP 642 Album Cover from 1956 showing (L-R) Scott, Fuqua, Holmes and Jackson.
Above: The first of nine records Charlie Fuqua's Ink Spots had released on the King label between 1953 and 1955. Jimmy Holmes is the lead tenor and Harold Jackson does the bass recitation part.
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