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Lee Andrews & the Hearts

Specializing in even ballads, this Philadelphia R&B vocal quintet notched three strikes in 1957-1958. Andrews shaped The Hearts in 1953, plus they debuted another year for the Rainbow label. Chess found their initial big vendor, “Long Lonely Evenings,” through the small Mainline label in 1957. Mainline also originally released their biggest strike for Chess, “Teardrops.” Shifting to United Artists, the group charted going back amount of time in 1958 using the typically refined “Try the Difficult.” Andrews along with a moving lineup of Hearts continuing to record with the ’60s.

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