The Jarmels - Little Lonely One album download
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|A||Little Lonely One
Written-By – B. Brass*, I. Levine*
|B||She Loves To Dance
Written-By – J. Seneca*
- Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited
|3085||The Jarmels||Little Lonely One (7", Promo)||Laurie Records||3085||US||1961|
|R. 2300||The Jarmels||Little Lonely One (Santa Lucia) / She Loves To Dance (A Lei Piace Ballare) (7")||Top Rank International||R. 2300||Italy||1961|
|JAR-560||The Jarmels||Little Lonely One (7", Single)||Top Rank International||JAR-560||UK & Ireland||1961|
|RG 1508||The Jarmels||Little Lonely One / She Loves To Dance (7", Single)||Top Rank International||RG 1508||Greece||Unknown|
|ART 2004||The Jarmels||Little Lonely One (7", Single)||Fast||ART 2004||Netherlands||Unknown|
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The Jarmels are an American doo wop/rhythm and blues group officially formed in 1959 in Richmond, Virginia. They were composed of Nathaniel Ruff (1939 – 1990s), Paul Burnett (1946 – March 23, 2001), Ray Smith (born 1941), Earl Christian (1940 – 1960s), and Tom Eldridge (1941 – June 19, 2000) Career. In early 1961, they released the single "Little Lonely One", which did not find much success outside New York. However, their second single, "A Little Bit of Soap", reached number 12 in America on the Billboard chart in June of the same year. The flip side of the recording was "The Way You Look Tonight", a song featured in the film Swing Time and originally performed by Fred Astaire. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1936.