Bingo is the fourth studio album by The Whispers. Released in 1974, this would be their final album for Janus Records before they moved over Don Cornelius's Soul Train Records. Walter "Walt" Scott, Wallace "Scotty" Scott – lead tenors. Marcus Hutson – baritone. Leaveil Degree – first tenor. Nicholas Caldwell – second tenor, baritone. Norman Harris, Bobby Eli – electric guitars. Larry Washington – congas, bongos. Ron Kersey – piano, organ.
Once More With Feeling. WMG; Warner Chappell, BMI - Broadcast Music In. PEDL. God Gave Me Everything. The Janus Years 1964-1974.
Unidisc Music Inc. UBK-4175. It's full of some serious smooth and moody tunes. Make out music at it's finest. This album has the big studio sound you expect from the big soul groups production from that time, filled with horns, strings, vibe electric pianos and layer upon layer of vocals. This album has a few disco numbers even if layed back and just cruising but disco none the less.
Tracklist: 1. A Mother For My Children, 2. Someone’s Waiting, 3. Will You Be Mine, 4. Little Red Riding Hood, 5. Bingo, 6. Once More With Feeling, 7. God Gave Me Everything, 8. Where There Is Love, 9. What More Can A Girl Ask For, 10. Don’t Take Your Love, 11. Broken Home. 6. Once More With Feeling. 7. 8. Where There Is Love. 9. What More Can A Girl Ask For. 10. Don’t Take Your Love. More albums from The Whispers
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Arguably one of the Whispers' best LPs, this went virtually unsung due to poor promotion. natives' first foray outside of California to record. Norman Harris, along with Allan Felder, Bunny Sigler, and Ron Baker presented them with a treasure chest of tunes. The title track cut a groove from the first note, as the uptempo number was a perfect vehicle for the Whispers; "A Mother for My Children" did all right, rising up the charts, then like a pricked balloon fell even faster.
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The Whispers is the ninth studio album by American R&B/soul vocal group The Whispers, released on October 20, 1979 by SOLAR Records. It was the first hit album for the veteran group, peaking at number one on the Billboard Top Soul LPs chart, as well as number six on the Billboard Top LPs chart