TRIBUTE TO CLYDE MCPHATTER
"Warm Your Heart"
by The Drifters
on Atlantic 1029
released in 1954
Above: Photo of Clyde McPhatter, one of the best lead tenors of all time. He sang with The Dominoes beginning in 1950, then started a new group called The Drifters in 1953. In 1954, he became a single artist and had several big hits. Clyde passed away in 1972.
Above: Warm Your Heart (recorded 11/12/53). This is the flip side of "Honey Love" and was The Drifters' third release on Atlantic. Note writers credit: Nugetre = Ahmet Ertegun, Gerald = Jerry Wexler (both of Atlantic Records).
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