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1950's American rhythm & blues / doo-wop singing group from Harlem, New York. The group was fronted by Daniel "Sonny" Norton on lead vocals and also included Harold Major (tenor), Bill Davis (baritone), Gerald Hamilton (bass) and Mark Jackson (guitar). Two of the group's members died at an early age; Hamilton in 1967 at the age of 33 and Norton in 1972 at the age of 39.
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The Crows Discography Tracks

RR-3 The Crows - No Help Wanted / Seven Lonely Days album art The Crows No Help Wanted / Seven Lonely Days(7", Single) Rama RR-3 US 1952 Sell This Version
The Crows - Gee / I Love You So album art The Crows Gee / I Love You So (Single) Rama US 1953 Sell This Version
The Crows - Miss You album art The Crows Miss You (Single) Rama US 1953 Sell This Version
RR-10 The Crows - Heartbreaker / Call A Doctor album art The Jewels (12) / The Crows The Jewels (12) / The Crows - Heartbreaker / Call A Doctor(7", Red) Rama RR-10 US 1953 Sell This Version
The Crows - Untrue / Baby album art The Crows With Ray Barrow And His Orchestra The Crows With Ray Barrow And His Orchestra - Untrue / Baby (Single) Rama Canada 1954 Sell This Version
The Crows - Mambo Shevitz album art The Crows With Melino And His Orchestra The Crows With Melino And His Orchestra - Mambo Shevitz (Single) Tico Records US 1954 Sell This Version
The Crows - Baby Doll / Sweet Sue album art The Crows Baby Doll / Sweet Sue Rama US 1955 Sell This Version
COL-8110 The Crows - A Thousand Miles Away / Gee album art The Heartbeats / The Crows The Heartbeats / The Crows - A Thousand Miles Away / Gee(CD, Single) Collectables COL-8110 Canada 1991 Sell This Version
The Crows - Baby / Gee album art The Crows Baby / Gee (Single) Roulette US Unknown Sell This Version

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