With Plenty Of Money And You - The Ink Spots - A Portrait Of The Ink Spots (CD)

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Label: Gallerie - GALE 415 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Blues, Pop • Style: Soul-Jazz, Vocal, Ballad, Swing


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8 thoughts on “ With Plenty Of Money And You - The Ink Spots - A Portrait Of The Ink Spots (CD) ”

  1. – The Ink Spots: Alabama Berbecue Written-By – Davis*, Coots* – The Ink Spots: Don't Let Old Age Creep Up On You Written By – Kimball: – The Ink Spots: With Plenty Of Money And You Written-By – Dubin*, Warren* – The Ink Spots: Yes Suh! Written-By – Razaf*, Dowell* – The Ink Spots: Whoa, Babe! Written-By.
  2. Portrait of a Legend Sam Cooke. out of 5 stars 1, 72years ago, then bought them with my own money as a teen, and now in my 80's needed a new format and bought them again. Unfortunately, i misplaced one of the cd's and at this great price decided to buy it again. I liked the Ink Spots CD but I liked the Platters better /5().
  3. Excellent remastering of the old songs. Parents had the Ink Spots on reel to reel which sounded great (as best as I can remeber, hey - I was young at the time you know). I later found them on CD, but the sound quality is by far better on this collection. Songs are a good representation of their body of work/5(77).
  4. What Good Would It Do? - The Ink Spots, Handman; 4. With Plenty of Money and You - The Ink Spots, Warren; 5. I Still Feel the Same About You - The Ink Spots, Manning, Dick; 6. Until the Real Thing Comes Along - The Ink Spots, Cahn; 7. Don't Get Around Much Anymore - The Ink Spots, Ellington, Duke; 8. Coquette - The Ink Spots, Lombardo, Carmen.
  5. The Ink Spots were an American vocal jazz group who gained international fame in the s and s. Their unique musical style presaged the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.
  6. The Ink Spots were a popular African-American vocal group who gained international fame in the s and s. Best known for their recordings of Pop ballads, The Ink Spots were frequent chart toppers totaling over 50 hits in their 17 year recording career.
  7. The Ink Spots singing " If I Didn't Care" Here are the Lyrics: If I didn't care more than words can say If I didn't care would I feel this way? If this isn't.
  8. Pop pioneers The Ink Spots signed this document in to amend their contract with NBC. This document is signed by all four members on the Ink Spots' first album in Ivory "Deek" Watson, Orville "Hoppy" Jones, Charlie Fuqua and Bill Kenny.

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