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Both sides of all six of the singles the Teen Queens did for RPM are contained on this retrospective of material that they cut for Modern between 1955 and 1957, along with five LP-only tracks, a few outtakes, and a brief radio commercial. The Teen Queens are more notable than the usual one-hit wonders: They were among the very few female doo wop groups to make an impact; as such, they could be considered distant forerunners of the girl group sound. This compilation is more interesting than those of many other one-hit wonders from the '50s. There are a few too many "Eddie My Love" soundalikes and a blatant adaptation of "Since I Met You Baby" ("My Heart's Desire"); yet there are also some surprisingly good, uptempo R&B numbers, particularly "Red Top," a cover of the 1953 single by King Pleasure and Betty Carter (which in turn had been based on a Gene Ammons instrumental). The sister harmonies of Betty Collins and Rosie Collins are spirited, and the backup is the accomplished R&B-turning-into-rock that was typical of the Modern label in the mid-1950s. Collectors might also want to hear their final single, the little-known Leiber-Stoller production "Two Loves and Two Lives"/"I Miss You," although Leiber and Stoller didn't write them, and the songs are nothing special.


Formato(a): 1955, Los Angeles, CA

Genere: R&B/Soul

Anni di attività: '50s

"Eddie My Love," a sweet ballad by the Teen Queens, clawed its way to number 14 on the pop charts on March 31, 1956. This occurred despite pop covers by the Chordettes, and the Fontaine Sisters — all three cracked the pop Top 20 the same year. The Teen Queens were Betty and Rosie Collins, sisters of Aaron Collins, who sang with the Cadets and the Jacks. The Jacks successfully covered the Feathers' "Why Don't You Write Me," in 1955; as the Cadets they covered the Jayhawks' "Stranded in the Jungle."...
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