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Moose John* / The Original Drifters - Wrong Doin Woman / Just Let Your Heart Be Your Guide (Vinyl)

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  1. The Drifters are an American doo-wop and R&B/soul vocal group. They were originally formed as a backing group for Clyde McPhatter, formerly the lead tenor of Billy Ward and his Dominoes in According to Rolling Stone magazine, the Drifters were the least stable of the great vocal groups, as they were low-paid musicians hired by George Treadwell, who owned the Drifters' name from
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  3. Jul 14,  · from "Rambling Woman" Bass Guitar – Chester (Gino) Skaggs* Drums – Paul Humphrey Guitar – Earl Hooker Photography By – Philip Melnick Piano, Organ, Vocals – Johnny "Big Moose.
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  5. Moose John* / The Original Drifters: Moose John* / The Original Drifters - Wrong Doin' Woman / Just Let Your Heart Be Your Guide ‎ (7", Promo, Bro) Blues Tunes: U US: Unknown: このバージョンを出品: Compilations.
  6. May 14,  · Nearly 86 percent of the 2, Moose Lodges worldwide have Women of the Moose auxiliaries, and the national office in Mooseheart in Kane County estimates female membership at .
  7. Mar 21,  · Moose John* / The Original Drifters Moose John* / The Original Drifters - Wrong Doin' Woman / Just Let Your Heart Be Your Guide ‎ (7", Promo, Bro) Blues Tunes.
  8. Among the Drifters' lead singers, Clyde McPhatter was the founder and arguably the most well known, Ben E. King was the one who redefined their sound for the s, and Rudy Lewis the one who sang on the hits that kept their sound current and popular into the mid-'60s. Johnny Moore, however, was the singer who lasted longest with the Drifters as a performing unit, if not a major recording act.

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