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Vernon* & Cliff* - You Came Along

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  1. Vernon Green & The Medallions The Medallions, featuring the bluesy lead vocals of Vernon Green, was the first doo-wop group to record for one of Los Angeles's premiere doo-wop labels, Dootone Records.
  2. American record label from Los Angeles, California, which specialized in blues, jazz, doo-wop, pop, gospel and "chitlin' circuit" comedy. For bootlegs and repros for this label, please use Dooto Records (2). Originally founded as Dootone Records by Walter "Dootsie" Williams in the Watts section of Los Angeles in ; it underwent a name change in January to avoid legal action from the.
  3. Nov 18,  · Vernon Clifton Dockery, 95 of Caratock Road, Currituck, NC, died Tuesday, November 18, at his residence. Born in Norfolk, VA, he was the son of the late Frank DeWhit Dockery and Annie Mae Dozier Dockery and the husband of Doris Dockery of the residence.
  4. The Metrotones were another of the myriad local Cleveland groups which, like the Hornets and the El Pollos, was more noteworthy for the talent that came out of it than on its own behalf. The story of the group goes back to around , and Cleveland's John Adams High School, where bass Andrew Fortson, baritone/tenor Guy Spears, and baritone.
  5. Frank Faylen (born Charles Francis Ruf, December 8, – August 2, ) was an American film and television hardcore.ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfoy a bit player and character actor, he occasionally played more fleshed-out supporting roles during his forty-two year acting career, during which he appeared in some film and television productions, often without credit. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of.
  6. Pools, hot tubs, hiking and cliff jumping to name a few. We rented bikes in Coldstream and did a 30km bike ride along the ‘Rail Trail’. If you are renting a chariot for kids, I highly recommend attaching it to an e-bike for an easier ride/5(10).
  7. Never Let You Go Lyrics: Ooooooh / My mind has been blown to bits / I was just about to call it quits / An everyday problem, I didn’t stand a prayer / And you came along, and hope was there.
  8. On Saturday, July 27, just before 10 a.m., the Vernon North Okanagan RCMP responded to Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park after a report of a hiker who sustained fatal injuries as a result of a fall.

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