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3CD released: Sep 13, 2019

Tracklisting:
Disc 1
1. Come Go With Me
2. Why Do Fools Fall In Love
3. Pretty Little Angel Eyes
4. There's A Moon Out Tonight
5. No, No, No
6. Blue Velvet
7. Sixty Minute Man
8. Ruby Baby
9. Girlie That I Love
10. Oh What A Nite
11. Trickle Trickle
12. I Only Have Eyes For You
13. Fine, Fine Frame
14. Get A Job
15. Silouettes
16. Tonight, Tonight
17. A Thousand Miles Away
18. Every Day Of The Week
19. Sincerely
20. Since I Don't Have You
Disc 2
1. I Wonder Why
2. Sixteen Candles
3. Little Darlin'
4. Gee
5. Book Of Love
6. Duke Of Earl
7. Come Back My Love
8. Tell Me Why
9. When You Dance
10. Crying In The Chapel
11. Can I Come Over Tonight
12. Blue Moon
13. In The Still Of The Night
14. Why Don't You Write Me?
15. Da Doo
16. One Mint Julep
17. Valerie
18. Speedo
19. Lily Maebelle
20. My True Story
Disc 3
1. Sh-boom
2. Remember Then
3. Earth Angel
4. Zoom Zoom Zoom
5. When We Get Married
6. What'cha Gonna Do
7. I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent
8. Can't We Be Sweethearts
9. Daddy Cool
10. I Can't Do Sixty No More
11. Rama Lama Ding Dong
12. Devil Or Angel
13. Teenagers Dream
14. Story Untold
15. I'm So Young
16. Coney Island Baby
17. Once Upon A Time
18. Smokey Joe's Cafe
19. Sea Of Love
20. Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite
VARIOUS ARTISTS
CRUISIN DOO-WOP / VARIOUS
Label: NOT NOW
Cat No: NOT3CD312
Barcode: 5060432023126
Packaging: 3CD Slim Triple

Doo-Wop has been hailed as the provider of street corner symphonies, though in the main, the genre was based around simple songs, but delivered in a manner that suggested they reflected the very hopes and lives of those who performed them. And, in many cases, that was nothing but the truth. One heart- felt acapella anthem, heard by the right contact, and any group of kids from the various ghettoes could make it to stardom and living of the highflying kind, albeit, very often for the briefest of moments. It may be true that doo-wop had largely been relegated to the nostalgia heap and that many of its protagonists have been forgotten. But as this compilation so ably proves, the music still remains fascinating and relevant.