|1||From The Bottom Of My Heart|
|2||Maybe You'll Be There|
|EAP 2-828||The Five Keys||On Stage Part 2 (7", EP)||Capitol Records||EAP 2-828||France||Unknown|
|EAP 2-828||The Five Keys||The Five Keys On Stage! Part 2 (7", EP, Mono)||Capitol Records||EAP 2-828||Norway||1957|
Part 2 of 3 EP's Released in 1957.
Deep Green labels with Silver Print.
The Five Keys was an American rhythm and blues vocal group that was instrumental in shaping this genre in the 1950s. It was formed with the original name of Sentimental Four in Newport News, Virginia, US, in the late 1940s, and initially consisted of two sets of brothers - Rudy West and Bernie West, and Ripley Ingram and Raphael Ingram. Ingram left in 1949 and Maryland Pierce born 1933 and Thomas 'Dickie' Threatt became members in his place. At this juncture the name of the group was changed to The. The five keys. 2012 The Complete Singles 1951-54 plus. Deep in My Heart. Story of Love. It's a Groove - 16 Hits. The Very Best of The Five Keys, Vol. Close Your Eyes. The Aladdin Years. The Gypsy. On Stage THE FIVE KEYS, Van Lexander and His Orchestra, Dave Canaugh and His Orchestra. 1957 Mono Version. The Five Keys. On Stage The Five Keys, Van Lexander and His Orchestra, Dave Canaugh and His Orchestra. Album 1960 25 Songs. Try it The Beatles Songs Collection - The Beatles Greatest Hits Full Album - Продолжительность: 1:00:36 Greatest Hits Music Recommended for you. Язык: Русский. Страна: Россия. The Five Keys on Stage. On Stage The Five Keys. Released 1957. On Stage Tracklist. Let There Be You Lyrics. About On Stage On Stage Q&A. More The Five Keys albums. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от The Five Keys на маркетплейсе free to The Five Keys The Five Keys With a Broken Heart, The Glory of Love and more. 25 tracks 71:37. Report error. The Five Keys on Stage by The Five Keys. Release date. February 1957. Chuck Willis. Originally by The Clovers. Just for a Thrill. Lil Armstrong, Don Raye. Originally by Lil Armstrong and her Swing Orchestra. Peter De Rose, Al Stillman. Originally by Dick James with Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra