They were unique in that while most groups had a tenor lead voice, their lead vocalist was the hugely influential and respected bass Jimmy Ricks, who was the group's prime mover throughout their career, inspiring many bass singers in doowop and beyond.
They were unique in that while most groups had a tenor lead voice, their lead vocalist was the hugely influential and respected bass Jimmy Ricks, who was the group's prime mover throughout their career, inspiring many bass singers in doowop and beyond.
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Format: CD
Label: ACBT
Rel. Date: 03/12/2021
UPC: 824046715229

The Ravens Collection 1946-59
Artist: Ravens
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Lullaby
2. Honey
3. Out of a Dream
4. My Sugar Is So Refined
5. Once and for All
6. Bye Bye Baby Blues
7. For You
8. Mahzel Means Good Luck
9. Ol' Man River
10. Would You Believe Me?
11. Write Me a Letter
12. Summertime
13. Searching for Love
14. Be I Bumble Bee or Not
15. Fool That I Am
16. Together
17. There's No You
18. Until the Real Thing Comes Along
19. Send for Me If You Need Me
20. September Song
21. Once in Awhile
22. It's Too Soon to Know
23. Be on Your Merry Way
24. How Could I Know?
25. I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do
26. Silent Night
27. White Christmas
28. Always
29. Rooster
30. Leave My Gal Alone
31. Deep Purple
32. The House I Live in
33. Ricky's Blues
34. There's Nothinng Like a Woman in Love
35. Careless Love
36. If You Didn't Mean It
37. Someday
38. Get Wise, Baby
39. I'm Afraid of You
40. I've Been a Fool
41. I Don't Have to Ride No More
42. Count Every Star
43. I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls with Your Love
44. I'm Gonna Take to the Road
45. Phantom Stage Coach
46. Lilacs in the Rain
47. Time Is Marching on
48. It's the Talk of the Town
49. Time Takes Care of Everything
50. Don't Look Now
51. My Baby's Gone
52. I'm So Crazy for Love
53. Midnight Blues
54. You Don't Have to Drop a Heart to Break It
55. Gotta Find My Baby
56. You're Always in My Dreams
57. You Foolish Thing
58. Honey I Don't Want You
59. I Get All My Loving on a Saturday Night
60. The Whiffenpoof Song
61. That Old Gang of Mine
62. Everything But You
63. Mam'selle
64. Calypso Song
65. Out in the Cold Again
66. Hey Good Lookin'
67. There's No Use Pretending
68. Wagon Wheels
69. Begin the Beguine
70. Looking for My Baby
71. Chloe-E
72. Why Did You Leave Me
73. Rock Me All Night Long
74. Write Me One Sweet Letter
75. Don't Mention My Name
76. I'll Be Back
77. Who'll Be the Fool
78. Rough Ridin'
79. Without a Song
80. Walkin' My Blues Away
81. September Song
82. Going Home
83. The Lonesome Road
84. I've Got You Under My Skin
85. Love Is No Dream
86. Bye Bye Baby Blues
87. Happy Go Lucky Baby
88. Green Eyes
89. The Bells of San Raquel
90. On Chapel Hill
91. We'll Raise a Ruckus Tonight
92. I'll Always Be in Love with You
93. (Take Me Back to My) Boots and Saddles
94. Kneel and Pray
95. I Can't Believe
96. A Simple Prayer
97. Water Boy
98. Dear One
99. That'll Be the Day
100. Here Is My Heart
101. Lazy Mule
102. The Rising Sun
103. (There's a) Hole in the Middle of the Moon

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They were unique in that while most groups had a tenor lead voice, their lead vocalist was the hugely influential and respected bass Jimmy Ricks, who was the group's prime mover throughout their career, inspiring many bass singers in doowop and beyond.