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Rooftop Singers, The

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Члены группы Rooftop Singers, The: Erik Darling, Lynne Taylor, Mindy Stuart, Willard Svanoe
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rooftop_Singers

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Tom Cat 2 audio iTunes
2 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1962 Vanguard
3 Tom Cat 2 audio iTunes 1963 Fontana
4 Mama Don't Allow 2 audio iTunes 1963 Vanguard
5 Cool Water 4 audio iTunes 1964
6 Mama No Me Lo Permite (Mama Don't Allow) 4 audio iTunes 1964
7 Walk Right In 4 audio iTunes 1964 Fontana
8 Walk Right In! 13 audio iTunes 1963-01-00 Vanguard
9 Good Time! 14 audio iTunes 1964-03-00 Vanguard
10 Camina Derechito (Walk Right In) 4 audio iTunes 1964
11 Sail Away Ladies 2 audio iTunes 1964 Vanguard
12 Tom Cat / Shoes 2 audio iTunes 1963 Vanguard
13 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1962
14 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1963 Astor
15 Tom Cat 2 audio iTunes 1963 Astor
16 Mama Don't Allow 2 audio iTunes 1963 Astor
17 Sail Away Ladies 2 audio iTunes 1964 Astor
18 Rainy River 2 audio iTunes 1966 Astor
19 Got No Reason To Cry 2 audio iTunes 1966 Astor
20 Rainy River 2 audio iTunes 1966 Vanguard
21 Mama Don't Allow 2 audio iTunes 1963 Fontana
22 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1972
23 Rainy River 13 audio iTunes 1965-08-00 Vanguard
24 Rainy River 13 audio iTunes 1965-08-00 Vanguard
25 Rainy River 13 audio iTunes 1965 Vanguard
26 Walk Right In! 13 audio iTunes 1963-01-00 Vanguard
27 Good Time! 14 audio iTunes 1964-03-00 Vanguard
28 Walk Right In / Good Time! 27 audio iTunes 1990
29 The Best Of The Rooftop Singers 16 audio iTunes 1993-12-08 Vanguard
30 Best Of The Vanguard Years 27 audio iTunes 2004-01-27 Vanguard
31 Vanguard Visionaries 10 audio iTunes 2007-06-12 Vanguard
32 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1962 Fontana
33 Walk Right In! 13 audio iTunes 1963 Vanguard
34 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1962 Vanguard
35 Tom Cat / Shoes / Hey, Boys / Ham And Eggs 4 audio iTunes 1963 Vanguard
36 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1978 Vanguard
37 Walk Right In 2 audio iTunes 1963 Astor

American folk band. The Rooftop Singers was an American progressive folk singing trio in the early 1960s, best known for the hit "Walk Right In". Darling put the group together in June 1962 specifically to record an updated and uptempo version of a 1920s Gus Cannon folk blues song, "Walk Right In". The trio recorded the song for Vanguard Records, with updated lyrics and an arrangement featuring paired 12-string acoustic guitars. The record became the most successful in Vanguard's history. The album containing this song was also called "Walk Right In" and was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Folk Recording. The group differed markedly from The Weavers and most of the popular folk trios of the era, being far more influenced by blues and jazz, as well as less profoundly earnest in its political sensibilities. In being more musically complex than most folk groups, the trio favoured understated melodies sometimes and emphasised their blues roots at others, particularly in the sly and lyrically suggestive "Tom Cat". Indeed, it was their musical eclecticism and willingness to be suggestive that got "Tom Cat", their second single, banned from conservative radio stations and prevented them from capitalizing on their breakthrough hit. The group played at the Newport Folk Festival in 1963. Yielding to pressure from her husband (Skip Weshner), Taylor left the trio shortly after Vanguard released its second album, "Good Time!". Darling and Svanoe recruited Mindy Stuart to replace her. This line-up recorded one final album, "Rainy River". But the Rooftop Singers suffered without Taylor's jazz phrasing and harmonic ideas, and the group never regained its footing musically, critically or commercially. Patricia Street replaced Stuart shortly before the Rooftop Singers formally disbanded in 1967. Darling and Street continued working as a duo into the early seventies, recording the album "The Possible Dream" for Vanguard. There was even an abortive attempt to turn the latter-day incarnation of The Rooftop Singers into something more relevant to 1965 as Project X, that is, electric folk or folk rock. Erik Darling was a member of two other successful groups: The Tarriers and The Weavers, prior to forming The Rooftop Singers.


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