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  1. Apr 28,  · Category Music; Song Romeo; Artist The Velours; Album Golden Oldies (Digitally Remastered) Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Essential Media Group); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Velours - Remember With The Velours - The Best Of The Velours at Discogs. Complete your The Velours collection/5(3).
  3. Donna Hardy Take Your Time Love 7 Inch Single Vinyl Record Country DJ Copy $ Top Rated Plus. Free shipping. Genre: Country DOO WOP 45 THE VELOURS CAN I COME OVER TONIGHT ON ONYX STRONG VG 3RD PRESS. $ Top Rated Plus. Free shipping. Genre: R&B & Soul VELOURS~REMEMBER WITH THE VELOURS~ONYX ~IMPORT~VG++~ DOO WOP LP. $
  4. Another Velours tune, "Remember", was the final single for Onyx Records, making it to #83 on Billboard's Top in In the left corner, weighing in as a quintet, wearing white suits and dark.
  5. Discogsマーケットプレイスでは、%s のレコードやCDなどを購入することができます。 The Velours: My Love Come Back / Honey Drop (Single) 4 バージョン: Onyx (4) US: このバージョンを出品: 4 バージョン Remember With The Velours - The Best Of The Velours.
  6. Onyx - My Love Come Back / Honey Drop – The Velours Sammy Lews Orch. (members Jerome "Romeo" Ramos, John Cheetom, Donald Heywood, Kenneth Walker and Marvin Holland) Onyx - Romeo / What You Do To Me - (after this release Kenneth Walker and Marvin Holland leave group and are replaced by Charles Moffitt and John Pearson.
  7. The 20 cuts, recorded between , account for all of the two groups' Onyx sides including two minor hits: the Velours' "Can I Come Over Tonight" and "Remember." The Pearls counted among its members that future maestro of "The Happy Organ," Dave "Baby" Cortez, when he still went by the name David Clowney, and showed a predilection for.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Remember With The Velours on Discogs.
  9. Disc 2 (mins) continues in a simular vein as disc 1 with lots Doo Wop with the picks of the bunch being 'My love came back' by The Velours and 'Fatal Charms of love' by The Four Cheers also worth a mention is Birdie Green's R&B belter 'How Come'. As with all these compilations there is no booklet just a one sided intro to the label itself/5(31).

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