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Frankie & The Fashions
Acappella Starlight Sessions

Blame It On Another Rainy Day
We've Never Danced
Since I Don't Have You
I Wonder Why
What A Rush
Lost Masters
I'll Never Let You Go
A Sunday Kind of Love
Can't Help Falling In Love

Philadelphia's Frankie Lafaro and the Fashions came together as a Doo Wop group in 1963. They first recorded in 1964, but because of the death of their manager, the material was never released. Lead vocalist and songwriter Frankie, who is known as the "Frank Sinatra of Doo Wop," and his 4 fabulous Fashions are still sounding as sweet and pure as ever, and they are finally receiving the success that has been long overdue them. Our favorites include the Lafaro originals "Philadelphia," "Blame It On Another Rainy Day," "Sometimes," "What A Rush," "Mr. Time" and "Lost Masters." Frankie sings one of the best leads we've heard, and getting to hear this hot, unreleased Doo Wop is a treat!

Item code: 8807C | 1 CD | $9.95 add item to cart
Doo-Wop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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