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* Oldies Museum rates these songs as a must listen. If you like what you are familiar with you'll need to check out some songs you've never heard of that are marked with an asterisk (*). We have screened thousands of CD's to bring you only the best oldies. Click on the song titles to listen.

Donnie Elbert is one of the truly creative rhythm & blues artists we've ever come across. His truly odd vocal style works wonderfully here. You will do yourself a great disservice if you don't check out some of the clips below.
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By the time this CD was issued, it was well established that new CD's in this series would be worth buying, sight unseen. Take for example "You're so Fine" by the Falcons: the fidelity is unbelievably superior to what was previously considered the best. How did they do that?! Other volumes in this series are found on page 1, page 2, page 4 and page 8.
If there ever was a single CD that could represent the best of what Doo Wop can offer this would probably be it. Many of you may not recognize a single song here. This CD contains only one significant hit, yet it is loaded with the best of the genre. Do yourself a favor: Listen to the clips below. There are harmonies here that will run chills up and down your spine!
This singer songwriter group one of the most underrated groups in the rock era. The Raindrops were headed by the prolific song writing team of Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry. They wrote a large percentage of the great girl group songs of the sixties. With "Be My Baby," "Leader of the Pack" and "Chapel of Love;" they virtually defined the girl group sound. It is interesting to note that they wrote the great majority of the songs you see listed below. This is loaded with with many hard-to-find original versions. You owe it to yourself to give this one a careful listen!
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