The Ames Brothers – Undecided

Now you want to play and then it’s no. Then it’s no. And when you say you’ll stay that’s when you go. When you go. Your undecided now. So what are you gonna to do. I’ve been sittin’ on a fence

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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1951 Shellac release of “Undecided / Sentimental Journey” on Discogs.

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US Pop Charts No. 2 (29.09.1951) 21 WeeksThe Ames Brothers were a singing quartet, consisting of four siblings from Malden, Massachusetts, who were particula

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Ames Brothers The Ames Brothers. One of the most popular groups of the late ’40s and ’50s, the Ames Brothers were actually the four Urick brothers from Malden, Massachusetts: Ed (lead), Vic (first tenor), Gene (second tenor), and Joe (bass). They were a tight-knit singing quartet, starting as far back as their grammar school days in the 1930s, in spite

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The Ames Brothers – Undecided

The Ames Brothers. One of the most popular groups of the late ’40s and ’50s, the Ames Brothers were actually the four Urick brothers from Malden, Massachusetts: Ed (lead), Vic (first tenor), Gene (second tenor), and Joe (bass). They were a tight-knit singing quartet, starting as far back as their grammar school days in the 1930s, in spite Undecided” is a popular song written by Sid Robin and Charlie Shavers and published in 1938. … The biggest hit version was recorded by The Ames Brothers with Les Brown’s orchestra on June 25, 1951, and released by Coral Records as catalog number 60566, with the B-side,

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Charted at #2 in September 1951. Originally a #8 hit for Ella Fitzgerald with the Chick Webb Orchestra in 1939. Also #10 for Ray Anthony and His Orchestra in AMES BROTHERS famous hits of famous quartets Side One

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Sing Famous Hits Of Famous Quartets / sweet seventeen Charted at #2 in September 1951. Originally a #8 hit for Ella Fitzgerald with the Chick Webb Orchestra in 1939. Also #10 for Ray Anthony and His Orchestra in

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Ames Brothers – Wikipedia US Pop Charts No. 2 (29.09.1951) 21 WeeksThe Ames Brothers were a singing quartet, consisting of four siblings from Malden, Massachusetts, who were particula

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Ames Brothers Now you want to play and then it’s no. Then it’s no. And when you say you’ll stay that’s when you go. When you go. Your undecided now. So what are you gonna to do. I’ve been sittin’ on a fence

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the ames brothers Biography. The Urick brothers were born in Malden, Massachusetts.Joe (born Joseph Urick; May 3, 1921 – December 22, 2007), Gene (February 13, 1924 – April 26, 1997), Vic (May 20, 1925 – January 23, 1978), and Ed Ames (born Edmund Dantes Urick; July 9, 1927 – May 21, 2023) formed the singing group the Amory Brothers, which would become the Ames Brothers.

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The AMES Brothers Featuring Ed Ames 73818 LP Vinyl Record Vocalion 1960s – Etsy The Ames Brothers. One of the most popular groups of the late ’40s and ’50s, the Ames Brothers were actually the four Urick brothers from Malden, Massachusetts: Ed (lead), Vic (first tenor), Gene (second tenor), and Joe (bass). They were a tight-knit singing quartet, starting as far back as their grammar school days in the 1930s, in spite

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All Their Greatest Hits – Ames Brothers, The 2LP Undecided” is a popular song written by Sid Robin and Charlie Shavers and published in 1938. … The biggest hit version was recorded by The Ames Brothers with Les Brown’s orchestra on June 25, 1951, and released by Coral Records as catalog number 60566, with the B-side,

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All Their Greatest Hits – Ames Brothers, The 2LP View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1951 Shellac release of “Undecided / Sentimental Journey” on Discogs.

Ames Brothers The AMES Brothers Featuring Ed Ames 73818 LP Vinyl Record Vocalion 1960s – Etsy Biography. The Urick brothers were born in Malden, Massachusetts.Joe (born Joseph Urick; May 3, 1921 – December 22, 2007), Gene (February 13, 1924 – April 26, 1997), Vic (May 20, 1925 – January 23, 1978), and Ed Ames (born Edmund Dantes Urick; July 9, 1927 – May 21, 2023) formed the singing group the Amory Brothers, which would become the Ames Brothers.

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