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Best of the Chantels

Great Album. The Chantels had a unique sound. If you saw them on Doo Wop 50 on public TV two years ago, you would agree. One of the top 10 female groups of all time. This album is a treasure Mr Doo Wop

Great Listening

I have listened to this album for over 30 years! I've had it in the vinyl record form and have bought it as a CD. Arlene Smith is the lead singer and had the greatest voice. Every once in a while I will listen to it. Never get tired of listening.

The Plea

Love my oldies wish you would put east side oldies


Formed: 1956 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s

One of the very first girl groups, the Chantels are best-known for their 1957 hit "Maybe." Between 1957 and 1963, the trio racked up a number of hit singles, but none of them were ever as popular as "Maybe," which came to be regarded as one of the definitive singles of the genre. All five members of the Chantels -- Arlene Smith, Lois Harris, Sonia Goring, Jackie Landry, and Rene Minus -- met as children, when they sang in the choir of Saint Anthony of Padua, a Bronx-area school. Arlene Smith was...
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