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8 thoughts on “ Dont Hang Up - Bobby Rydell, Chubby Checker, The Orlons, The Dovells - BIG 4 (The Cameo Big 4) (Vinyl)

  1. Cameo-Parkway Records was the parent company of Cameo Records and Parkway Records, which were major American Philadelphia-based record labels from (for Cameo) and (for Parkway) to Among the types of music released were doo-wop, dance hits, popular/rock, rockabilly, big band, garage rock, soul and novelty records.. Until , Cameo was also the parent company name for .
  2. The label's biggest stars -- Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, Dee Dee Sharp, and the Orlons-- are all represented here by several tracks apiece, with one or two by less prolific chart artists like the Dovells, the Tymes, the Rays (their one-shot doo wop classic "Silhouettes"), Charlie Gracie (the rockabilly-pop hit "Butterfly"), and? & the.
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  4. This meant that big, big hits by Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, the Orlons, Dee Dee Sharp, and the Dovells all remained unreleased, along with early recordings from Patti LaBelle and a bunch of Michigan garage rock, including Bob Seger's first singles and anything by the Rationals and the original recordings of? & the Mysterians, including their classic "96 Tears."Price: $
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  6. Bobby Rydell - Swingin' School () Chubby Checker - Pony Time () Bobby Rydell & Chubby Checker - Teach Me To Twist () Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again () The Dovells - Bristol Stomp () The Orlons - The Wah-Watusi () The Cameos - Merry Christmas () CD 2 1. Chubby Checker & Dee Dee Sharp.
  7. Dec 05,  · Before he met Chubby Checker, Mann had co-written Teddy Bear, a big hit for Elvis Presley in , and his songs were recorded by an impressive .
  8. Also appears as "Cameo-Parkway". Label used from '62 to '67 mostly on European releases. For unofficial releases, see Cameo Parkway (2). Starting in , the Cameo and Parkway labels were combined into "Cameo-Parkway" with a new logo. With dwindling chart success, the company became bankrupt in and was bought by Allen Klein, who turned it into ABKCO Records.

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