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The Cadets & the Jacks

This LA, California, USA-based vocal unit, who recorded for Contemporary Records as the Cadets as well as for RPM as the Jacks, can be an example of a residence group, utilized by an archive company to record cover hits or songs in varieties of other groups. As the Cadets, the group experienced a hit using the novelty leap ‘Stranded In The Jungle’ (#4 4 R&B, quantity 15 pop), in 1956, so that as the Jacks using the ballad ‘Why Don’t You Write Me’ (#4 4 R&B, quantity 82 pop) in 1955. ‘Stranded’ was a cover of an archive by the initial Jayhawks and ‘Why Don’t You Write Me’ was a cover of an archive from the Feathers. The machine came collectively as the gospel group Santa Monica Spirit Seekers, using the users including Ted Taylor (1st tenor), Lloyd McCraw (baritone), and can ‘Dub’ Jones (b. Can J. Jones, 14 Might 1928, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA, d. 16 January 2000, Very long Seaside, California, USA; bass). Willie Davis (1st tenor) and Aaron Collins (second tenor) changed Taylor, who founded a successful single career as a difficult soul singer through the 60s, when the group was authorized to Modern Information in 1955. After departing the label 2 yrs later on, Davis and Collins held the group collectively beneath the name Cadets, documenting many singles for small labels without achievement. In 1961 Collins and Davis, with many new users, documented as the Flares and experienced popular with ‘Feet Stompin’’.

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