The five singers who sang on “Peanut Butter,” a favorite R&B novelty tune, were actually the Vibrations masquerading because the Marathons. These same men, save for two changes, got previously recorded because the Jay Hawks, charting with “Stranded within the Jungle” in 1956. “Stranded within the Jungle” was a novelty tune and most likely was the initial example of “sampling” — audio bites from well-known songs jumped through the lyrics like information bulletins. Don Bradley (bass), Carl Fisher (second tenor), Dave Govan (baritone), Jimmy Johnson (business lead), and Richard Owens (initial tenor) had popular because the Vibrations with “The Watusi”; the dance tune peaked at amount 25. Multi-talented H.B. Barnum believed the group’s audio was perfect for “Peanut Butter,” a novelty melody he previously co-written. Few dreamed the tune would become as large as it do. A lawsuit resulted when Checker Information uncovered the charade. The Vibrations’ people had individual agreements with Checker, as well as the label earned the rights to advertise copies of “Peanut Butter” under their logo design. Not to end up being denied, Arvee Information promptly guaranteed the rights towards the name the Marathons. Arvee released “Limited Sweater,” compiled by a Sonny Bono, because the follow-up. The documenting failed to additional the Marathons’ name, as do Arvee’s recording release from the Marathons. Arvee curved up even more performers to record “Peanut Butter”‘s successor as well as the recording tracks; exactly the same group also performed because the Marathons.