I Love Doo-wop

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    Who Put the Bop In the Bop~platters

    Id like to the thank the guy Who wrote that song that made my baby fall in love with me Who put the bomp in the bomp buh bomp buh bomp Who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong Who put the bop in the bop shoo bop shoo bop Who put the dip in the dip dee dip dee dip Who...
    lonesurvivor lonesurvivor
    56-60, F
    Sep 12, 2009

    "It's All In The Game" ~ Tommy Edwards (I love

    this song, still; it always lifts my mood. I remember my parents playing it on the stereo and slow dancing to it when I was small ~bb)
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    4 Responses Jul 5, 2015

    Want To Form A Doo-wop Group

    I'm very passionate about playing and singing doo-wop with my keyboard. I have mics, an amp, some quality speakers and it's all here in Chambersburg, PA if anyone interested singing some oldies doo-wop songs with me. If we get good, my interest is to bring in the instrumentals...
    UnempAdminAssist UnempAdminAssist
    51-55, F
    Jan 23, 2012

    THE JARMELS: 'I'll Follow You' (1962).

    This just popped into a conversation here not long ago, you know the kind of thing, 'there's a song about that'. I know it because it's on the compilation 'Randall Lee Rose's Doo Wop Shop'. It wasn't a hit, but Rose said he 'had a hard time picking a Jarmels record because there...
    supersnipe supersnipe
    56-60, M
    Feb 10, 2015

    Angel Baby

    About a decade ago, I was driving around Yakima, WA listening to an oldies station on the radio when I heard a song that that nearly took my breath away. It was the 1960 recording of “Angel Baby” by Rosie and the Originals.  I had heard the song before by other artists, but...
    Rutterman Rutterman
    36-40, M
    1 Response Apr 18, 2013

    Doo-wop, How Can You Not Love It?

    I first encountered Doo-wop music in some movie, I can't remember which now. But, I thought it was so cool and now I'm hooked on it. I think it is much more romantic and honest then the popular music of today.
    BCNwapa BCNwapa
    22-25, F
    Oct 7, 2006

    The thing I love most about YouTube is not

    that you can see and hear the videos that everyone else is talking about, but that you can find these obscure little gems that are waiting to be discovered and shared with others. “Don’t Be A Fool” (1960), by a largely unknown doo-wop group from New York, is...
    Rutterman Rutterman
    36-40, M
    Aug 18, 2014

    Want To Form A Doo-wop Group

    I'm very passionate about playing and singing doo-wop with my keyboard. I have mics, an amp, some quality speakers and it's all here in Chambersburg, PA if anyone interested singing some oldies doo-wop songs with me. If we get good, my interest is to bring in the instrumentals...
    UnempAdminAssist UnempAdminAssist
    51-55, F
    Jan 23, 2012
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