Known because of their 1961 up-tempo dance doo wop strike “Foot or so Stompin’, Pt. 1,” the Flares had been related to, although not a similar as, the 1950s LA doo wop group the Flairs. The lineup adjustments undergone by both Flairs as well as the Flares are tough to monitor and process, but simply the Flairs had been formed by teens in L.A. in the first ’50s and founded by potential the Coasters member Cornell Gunter. Managed by Buck Memory (whose most well-known clients had been the Platters), the Flairs documented for Contemporary, ABC-Paramount, and Antler. By 1960, simply two of the initial Flairs — Tommy Miller and George Hollis — had been still left, the quartet acquired expanded to some quintet, and feminine vocalist Beverly Harris was an associate. At that time, they were documenting for Felsted and transformed their name towards the Flares. “Feet Stompin’, Pt. 1,” boasting infectious connections between the business lead harmonizers, the bass vocalist, and rhythms which were certainly created on foot stomps, surely got to amount 25 in past due 1961. The Flares hardly ever implemented that up with another strike, though they documented over fifty percent a dozen following singles on the next year or two or so, sometimes beneath the name the Peppers. Several sides had been too-similar variants on the first soul-dance trend vibe that acquired fueled “Feet Stompin’, Pt. 1,” occasionally featuring lead feminine vocals. It’s hard to maintain with the precise personnel shuffles from the lineup through the early ’60s, but Aaron Collins (who had written a lot of the Flares’ materials, including “Feet Stompin’, Pt. 1”) and Willie Davis had been certainly involved with singing on the recordings and distributed lead vocals on “Foot Stompin’, Pt. 1,” though they weren’t constantly identified as people in publicity components. A lot more confusingly, many female singers documented and performed using the group (who have been pictured in press photos like a quintet with four men and one young lady), as well as the Flares that toured weren’t always exactly like the Flares that documented in the studio room. At the very least, not many had been watching such issues by enough time they disbanded around 1964.