Balmoralitistic Hot Links

He’s Gone, The Chantels (1957) One of the first R&B “girl groups” to hit the charts, the Chantels were Arlene Smith. Sonia Goring, Lois Harris, Jackie Jackson and Rene Minus, all schoolmates from the Bronx. They had been singing together since 1950 and honed their harmonies practicing hymns (and Gregorian chants). In 1957 they scored their first hit with He’s Gone, written by lead singer Arlene Smith.

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Author: Bunk Strutts

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2 thoughts on “Balmoralitistic Hot Links”

  1. Huh! I don’t remember that one by the Chantels. I always loved “Maybe” and have that one in the collection. Now I need to add “He’s Gone”. Thanks for the post……

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