The Marigolds (3)

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Rhythm 'n' blues - doo wop group
An evolution of The Prisonaires. Their members were all prisoners in Tennessee State Prison, Nashville, Tennessee. When some memebers of The Prisonaires were paroled, their leader Johnny Bragg formed another group, named initially The Sunbeams and then The Marigolds and later, The Solotones. Except the members of Prisonaires, Johnny Bragg, John Drue, Ed Thurman and William Stewart (2) the new group included Harold Hebb and Willie Wilson. When William Stewart (2) died in 1959 he was replaced by Al Brooks.
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Singles & EPs

The Marigolds (3) - Rollin' Stone / Why Don't You album art The Marigolds (3) Rollin' Stone / Why Don't You (Single) Excello US 1955 Sell This Version
45-2061 The Marigolds (3) - Two Strangers / Love You-Love You-Love You album art The Marigolds (3) Two Strangers / Love You-Love You-Love You(7", Single) Excello 45-2061 US 1955 Sell This Version
45-2057 The Marigolds (3) - Rollin' Stone / Why Don't You album art The Marigolds (3) Rollin' Stone / Why Don't You(7", Single, Promo) Excello 45-2057 US 1955 Sell This Version
45-2091 The Marigolds (3) - It's You Darling, It's You / Juke Box Rock ' N ' Roll album art Johnny Bragg And The Marigolds (3) Johnny Bragg And The Marigolds (3) - It's You Darling, It's You / Juke Box Rock ' N ' Roll(7", Single) Excello 45-2091 US 1956 Sell This Version

Compilations

BCD 16893 AH The Marigolds (3) - Only Believe album art The Prisonaires with The Marigolds (3) And The Solotones The Prisonaires with The Marigolds (3) And The Solotones - Only Believe(CD, Comp) Bear Family Records BCD 16893 AH Germany 2011 Sell This Version

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