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Not Cha Cha But Chi Chi

Rose Murphy

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ROSE MURPHY IS WELL WORTH A LISTEN!!!

Frankie Valli said that Rose Murphy influenced him as a youth. It was from Ms. Murphy that Frankie touched on the sound that ultimately became the gimmick of his alter-group "The Wonder Who?" If you are not familiar with this group... or the Four Seasons in general, check them out... you will not be disappointed! The Wonder Who? sides that I am aware of are: 1.)The Lonesome Road 2.)Don't Think Twice 3.)You're Nobody'Til Somebody Loves You 4) On The Good Ship Lollipop. It is interesting to hear Rose Murphy... and how well Frankie nailed his interpretation of her!! Neat little factoid!!

Biography

Born: 1913 in Xenia, OH

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s

Rose Murphy has a unique place in music history. She became famous as "the Chee Chee Girl" because she sang "chee chee" in her high-pitched voice somewhere during nearly every number. She was an excellent pianist, although best known for her eccentric singing. She was unknown until "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" became her trademark song in the mid-'40s. Her singing was always bubbly and her style included cutesy percussion sounds, giggling, and squeals. To some she was cute, to others she...
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