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Five classic albums plus bonus tracks

The Fleetwoods (performer)
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Title
Five classic albums plus bonus tracks
Performer
The Fleetwoods
Publisher
Real Gone, 2017
4 cd's
Playing time
02:33:48
EAN
5036408196620
CDR
HDX11890
Placing suggestion
63 - Amusement: Engels (NBLC) P4 - Populaire muziek Engels (Flemish music schema)

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About The Fleetwoods

The Fleetwoods were an American vocal group from Olympia, Washington, United States, whose members were Gary Troxel, Gretchen Christopher, and Barbara Ellis.

Early History

The band members met as high school students in Olympia, Washington. Originally the band consisted of only Gretchen Christopher and Barbara Ellis, but Gary Troxel was asked to accompany them with jazz trumpet, later switching to vocals. They then started performing in 1958 as "Two Girls and a Guy" but later changed the name to the Fleetwoods after the Fleetwood Telephone Exchange.

In 1959, they were noticed by producer and Dolton Records founder Bob Reisdorff with whom they recorded their self-written first hit "Come Softly to Me", which was also covered by others. The UK's Frankie Vaughan and The Kaye Sisters had a Top 10 chart hit in the United Kingdom with the song, though The Fleetwoods exceeded them, simultaneously charting in the UK's Top 5. Th…Read more on Wikipedia