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  6. The Cliques, A Three piece band from sunny Hull.

    Currently recoring new material, booking a UK Tour, single release on May 1st 2009 and a new msuci…

  7. The Avalons

    By Marv Goldberg

    Based on interviews with Bernard Purdie
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    © 2003 by Marv Goldberg

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  10. There have been more than one group called the Swallows.

    1. A US doo-wop group from the 1950s
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    1) Responsible for the songs "Pax Cadetia", "Cowford-Promised Prince", etc:

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  15. The Velvets were an American doo wop group from Odessa in Ector County in West Texas. The African American quintet was formed in 1959 by Virgil…

  16. The Nutmegs were a 1950s American doo wop vocal group from New Haven, Connecticut. They are best known for their songs "Story Untold" and…

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    1) An African American doo-wop group, who were formed in Philadelphia in 1953.
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