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Me Las ArreglarГ© - The Ink Spots - The Ink Spots-SelecciГіn NВє1 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 11,  · Albums The Original Ink Spots, The Ink Spots in Hi-Fi, Ink Spots (Volume 2), Do I Worry, 4 Of A Kind, Rare Air, - , Ink Spots Fifty Favourites, At Las Vegas, The New Sound Of The Fabulous Ink Spots, Their Greatest Hits (Digitally Remastered), 16 Hits In Stereo, The Ink Spots' Talk Of The Town, The Inkspots, The Ink Spot's Greatest Volume 3, Sincerely Yours, Doo-Wop .
  2. Oct 28,  · Terrible album by Deek Watson's spin off Ink Spots group. This is not the original Ink Spots group with Bill Kenny and it's quite apparent. The material here can be found on dozens of re-issues and other various budget labels/5(32).
  3. The Ink Spots were an African-American pop vocal group who became very popular in s and s. Their unique musical style led to the rhythm and blues and rock and roll and doo-wop style.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Best of the Ink Spots [MCA] - The Ink Spots on AllMusic - - A misleading title, this one features
  5. The Sensational Ink Spots: Recorded at Las Vegas, an Album by The Ink Spots. Released in on Promenade (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP).
  6. Deek and an unknown (to me) 'Ink Spots' group recorded for Waldorf Records in the mid s. Deek was an original member of The Ink Spots before forming his Brown Dots group. If anyone can provide any further information on this recording, The World Famous Ink Spots, The Chocolateers, or The Ink Spots Quartet, please contact me via e-mail.
  7. Every Ink Spots recording in chronological order. This features a few rare "alternate takes" as well as later recordings that were labeled "Ink Spots" when in truth they were Bill Kenny solos.
  8. May 09,  · 'The Ink Spots!' he shouted, and The Ink Spots they were and still are. Two good reasons why the Ink Spots’ song-treatments are so outstanding are the vocal innovations introduced by the late Orville 'Hoppy' Jones, and Bill Kenny. Jones, bass singer and cello player with the Quartette until his death in November of , gave the Ink Spots.

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