Essex, The

Also known as Essex
Members of Essex, The: Anita Humes, Billy Hill (3), Rodney Taylor, Rudolph Johnson, Walter Vickers
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Essex

Discography of Essex, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 A Walkin' Miracle / What I Don't Know Won't Hurt Me 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
2 Easier Said Than Done / Are You Going My Way 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
3 Easier Said Than Done 12 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
4 Easier Said Than Done / A Walkin' Miracle 2 Audio Roulette Records
5 A Walkin' Miracle 12 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
6 Easier Said Than Done 2 Audio 1963 Columbia
7 Curfew Lover / What Did I Do? 2 Audio 1964 Roulette Records
8 Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind 2 Audio 1963 Columbia
9 A Walkin' Miracle 4 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
10 Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind / She's Got Everything 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
11 Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind / She's Got Everything 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
12 Everybody's Got You (For Their Own) 2 Audio 1967 Roulette Records
13 A Walkin' Miracle 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
14 A Walkin' Miracle 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
15 Everybody's Got You (For Their Own) 2 Audio 1967 Roulette Records
16 Young And Lively 12 Audio 1964 Roulette Records
17 Easier Said Than Done / Are You Going My Way 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
18 Easier Said Than Done / Are You Going My Way 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
19 Young And Lively 12 Audio 1964 Roulette Records
20 Easier Said Than Done 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
21 The Best Of The Essex 24 Audio 1994 Sequel Records
22 The Eagle / Moonlight, Music And You 2 Audio 1966 Bang Records
23 Easier Said Than Done 12 Audio 1963 Roulette Records
24 Easier Said Than Done / A Walkin' Miracle 2 Audio Roulette Records
25 A Walkin' Miracle 2 Audio 1963 Roulette Records


The Essex was an American R&B vocal group formed in 1962. They are best known for their 1963 chart-topper and million selling track, [i]"Easier Said Than Done"[/i].

The Essex were active-duty members of the United States Marine Corps at the time, so it was hard for the group to take advantage of their hits.


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