Charts, The

Also known as Charts, Joe Grier & The Charts, Les Charts
Members of Charts, The: Joe Grier (2), Leroy Binns, Steve Brown (30)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Charts, http://www.blogg.org/blog-65325-themes-_charts-159960.html

Discography of Charts, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Deserie / Zoop 2 Audio 1957 Everlast (2)
2 Greatest Hits 10 Audio 1971 Lost Nite Records
3 You're The Reason (I'm In Love) / I've Been Wondering 2 Audio 1957 Everlast (2)
4 Deserie / Zoop 2 Audio Collectables
5 All Because Of Love / I Told You So 4 Audio Collectables
6 Deserie / Nothing Can Stop Me 2 Audio Good Old Gold
7 Greatest Hits 10 Audio 1993 Collectables
8 Deserie / I Wanna Take You Home 2 Audio 1965 Lana Records
9 Deserie / Zoop 2 Audio Lost Nite Records
10 My Diane / Baby Be Mine 2 Audio Lost Nite Records
11 Deserie / Zoop 2 Audio 1957 Goldies 45
12 Why Do You Cry / Dance Girl 2 Audio 1957 Everlast (2)
13 Nobody Made You Love Me / Livin' The Nightlife 2 Audio 1966 Wand
14 Desiree / Fell In Love With You Baby 2 Audio 1966 Wand
15 For The Birds / Ooba-Gooba 2 Audio 1959 Guyden Records
16 Desiree / Fell In Love With You Baby 2 Audio Wand
17 Deserie / Zoop 2 Audio Old Goodies
18 Deseire / Valerie 2 Audio Trip Records (2)


Doo wop group from Harlem, New York

Members: [b]Joe Grier[/b] (lead), [b]Steve Brown[/b] (first tenor), [b]Glenmore Jackson[/b] (second tenor), [b]Leroy Binns[/b] (baritone) and [b]Ross Buford[/b] (bass), who had formed the group in 1957 on a street corner on 115th Street. Lasted just one year before breaking up, when Joe Grier, got drafted. In 1963 [b]Tony Harris[/b] and [b]Frankie Pierce[/b] were the new members of the group along with Steve Brown and Leroy Binns. In 1967 they broke up.


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