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The Avalons

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The Avalons emerged in the same vibrant (albeit incestuous) Newport Information, VA, R&B scene that also yielded the Five Keys, the Market leaders, as well as the Chateaus. Based on Marv Goldberg’s profile within the March 2002 problem of Discoveries, the group’s root base lie within a flexible R&B and gospel group dubbed the Chimes, produced in 1947 by tenor/baritone Charles “Bobby” Crawley, tenor Ulysses Hicks, baritone Leroy Harris, and bass Bernard Purdie. Hicks resigned in 1948, afterwards resurfacing within the Five Tips, and with brand-new tenor Maryland Pierce, the group renamed itself the Four Bees, learning to be a main favorite on the neighborhood nightclub circuit. When Pierce became a member of the Five Keys in 1950, erstwhile Essential Edwin Wall changed him within the Four Bees — Harris also exited immediately after, prompting the enhancements of tenors Adam Dozier and George Cox. When Wall structure still left the group in early 1951, he was changed by another Five Keys alum, tenor Rafael Ingram, and at this time the Four Bees rechristened themselves the Encores; the next calendar year, the group toured Canada within the Silas Green Display R&B revue, therefore enjoying the fantastic White North they spent about five years touring the country’s eastern provinces. In nov 1955, they employed Five Tips supervisor Fanny Wolff to oversee their profession aswell, and almost instantly she gained the group a cope with RCA’s Groove subsidiary, prompting one last name transformation to the Avalons. Simply times before their first-ever documenting program, Crawley’s wife dropped ill, therefore he was briefly replaced with the Cues’ Edward Barnes for the studio room day — although two tracks were documented, neither merited standard release, as well as the Avalons came back to Canada before their next program. This time around Crawley assumed his rightful place as well as the beautiful “Stores Around My Center” premiered in Feb 1956 — “It’s Funny But It’s Accurate” adopted in Oct, but neither record was popular and Groove terminated their agreement. The Avalons once again decamped to Canada, liberating “YOU MIGHT BE My Heart’s Desire” for the small Canuck label Sandryon in 1958; a far more polished version from the music, abbreviated to basically “Heart’s Desire,” made an appearance on Unart about half a year following the group break up in the springtime of 1958. Another unreleased program yielded “IT IS POSSIBLE TO Depend on Me,” released on Internet casino in early 1959. For the time being, Crawley came back to Newport Information and became a member of the Five Secrets, while Purdie later on signed on using the Platters.

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Awards Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay
Music Songs We Are The Reason, Can't Live a Day, Orphans of God, Colors, Everything to Me, Come and Fill My Heart, Take You at Your Word, Testify to Love, Still My God, Adonai, Jesus Born On This Day, Love Won't Leave You, I Don't Want To Go, You Were There, In Not Of, If My People Pray, Undeniably You, Hide My Soul, I Bring It To You, Dreams I Dream for You, Renew Me, Light A Candle, People Get Ready...Jesus Is Comin', Knockin' on Heaven's Door, England Is My Rose, Friend of a Wounded Heart, Reason Enough, The Greatest Story, By Heart, By Soul, We Will Stand, God Is in Control, The Reason We Sing
Albums Joy: A Christmas Collection, A Maze of Grace, Faith: A Hymns Collection, In a Different Light, Oxygen, The Creed, Avalon: The Greatest Hits, Reborn, Avalon, Testify to Love: The Very Best of Avalon, O2: Avalon Remixed, Another Time, Another Place: Timeless Christian Classics, Stand, Quiet Christmas (Solo Piano), Revisited 1993-2001, Vol. 1, Distant Futures, Mistakes, Christmas Entertaining, Avalon II, Mystique, Incognito, Beltaine, Rebirth of Camelot, My Blue Sky, Higher Ground, Revisited 1993-2001, Vol. 3, Tribute To Roxy Music, Reborn (Performance Tracks), Lúa Meiga, Heavy Hearts, Ávalon: Los Sonidos, Another Time, Another Place EP, Torschlusspanik - EP, Revisited 1993-2001, Vol. 2, 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Avalon, Intimate Classics, The Remixes Vol. One, The Remixes, Vol. 2, Winter Ep, For Freedom, Number Ones


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Gynéco pour nymphos 2002 Video as Stella Vankilmer
Chelsea Blue Smoke 1999 Video
White Panty Chronicles 2 1998 Video
Dirty Anal Sluts 2 1997 Video
Fresh Hot Babes 7 1997 Video
Blonde Temptation 1995 Video
Ass Masters 4 1995 Video
Sex Asylum 4 1993 Video as Rianna Dawn, Riana Dawn
Hollywood Teasers 1992 Video
In Too Deep 1992 Video
2 of a Kind 2 1991 Video
Casual Sex 1991 Video
Foxx Hunt 1991 Video
Girls in Heat 1991 Video
Lust Never Sleeps 1991 Video
Most Wanted 1991 Video
Nightfire 1991 Video
Prisoner of Love 1991 Video Dianne
Putting It All Behind 1991 Video
Robin Head 1991 Video
The Adventures of Buttgirl and Wonder Wench 1991 Video Catgirl (as Avalone)
The Other Side of Debbie 1991 Video
The Spectacle 1991 Video Sue (uncredited)
The Stranger Beside Me 1991 Video
Transformed 1991 Video
Wicked Thoughts 1991 Video as Avalone
Dreams of Candace Hart 1991 Sarah
Anal Commander 1990
Black & Blue 1990
I Said a Butt Light 2 1990
Scream in the Night 1990 Video as Liz Golden
The Wonder Rears 1990
Twin Cheeks 1990

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X-Rated Bloppers II 1991 Video documentary

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