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The Cruisers

The Cruisers from Philadelphia, PA never really had a substantial record. Patterning themselves following the Harptones, group innovator Gene Williams, Randy Hamilton, Paul Very long, and McKinley Anthony started documenting on V-Tone Information. The deal led to two single produces in 1960: “Miss Good” b/w “EASILY Knew,” and “Don’t Tease Me” b/w “Crying Over You;” the second option got pegged for mass distribution 2 yrs later on by Guyden Information only to pass away a second period. Five years approved before their following offer in 1967 with Gamble Information, who have been charting using the Intruders’ information. “I WANT You Therefore” b/w “HAVE A Opportunity,” reeked with sentiment but despite its elegance didn’t sell, as well as the Cruisers languished for pretty much 3 years before their last launch. Bunny Sigler brought the Cruisers’ doo-wop abilities out the wardrobe with “Picture Us” b/w “Mink and Sable Mable,” but Gamble Information only seem in a position to obtain strikes on Sonny & the Intruders; while some including Ruth McFadden, the Jaggerz, the Futures, the Butlers, as well as the Epsilons constantly came up bare. Sigler later on cut a single edition of “Picture Us” on Philadelphia International Information, as well as the Cruisers continued making use of their lives.

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