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All Righty! (The Apollo Recordings 1951-1955)

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Album Review

All Righty! is the first complete collection of the "5" Royales' recordings for Apollo Records from 1951 to 1955, including even their gospel sides (recorded as the Royal Sons Quintet).

Customer Reviews

The Five Royals rock!

Fairly obscure stuff here, but really raw and beautiful music. Their later records were a little more polished but this is classic material from the early days of rock and roll; not to be missed for adventurers delving into rare treasures of the past.


Awesome early 1950's R&B from a great group. Gotta have this one baby!


Formed: 1952 in Winston-Salem, NC

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s

The "5" Royales were a relatively unheralded, but significant, link between early R&B and early soul in their combination of doo wop, jump blues, and gospel styles. Their commercial success was relatively modest -- they had seven Top Ten R&B hits in the 1950s, most recorded in the span of little over a year between late 1952 and late 1953. A few of their singles would prove extremely popular in cover versions by other artists, though -- James Brown and Aretha Franklin tore it up with "Think," Ray...
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