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The Jive Bombers - J. B. Re-Bop / Groovin' High album download
The Jive Bombers  - J. B. Re-Bop / Groovin' High album download
Performer: The Jive Bombers
Title: J. B. Re-Bop / Groovin' High
Released: 1947
Style: Bop
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3 FLAC DMF MP1 DXD AAC TTA XM ASF
FLAC size: 1635 mb | MP3 size: 1392 mb | WMA size: 1471 mb
Genre: Jazz

The Jive Bombers were an American R&B group from New York City. The Jive Bombers consisted of members of two previous vocal groups, Sonny Austin & the Jive Bombers and The Palmer Brothers. They first recorded under the name The Sparrows in 1949 for Coral Records, and changed their name to The Jive Bombers in 1952 to record for Citation Records. Their 1957 Savoy Records single "Bad Boy", co-written by Avon Long and Lil Hardin, was a hit in the .

Performer: The Jive Bombers Genre: Jazz Album: J. B. Re-Bop, Groovin' High Released: 1947 Style: Bo. Written-By – Stanley Walker. Written-By – Gillespie.

Performer: The Jive Bombers. Album Title: J. Re-Bop, Groovin' High. Silversheriffs - Keep On Groovin'.

What distinguishes The Jive Bombers from similar bands of the same era is the unique and often downright bizarre vocal style of lead singer Clarence Palmer. Apart from his powerful normal singing style, he would frequently scat-sing an indescribable "UAH-UAH-UAH" sound at the end of certain words or lines. In "Bad Boy" he uses this effect every time he sings the songs title. com/The Jive Bombers. The Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll, Volume 5 released: 1995. Cry-Baby released: 1990.

THE JIVE BOMBERS (US) is a jazz related rnb music artist. The Jive Bombers (who are not to be confused with the rockabilly group bearing the same moniker) are best known for their Savoy single "Bad Boy" which reached number seven on the R&B charts in 1957. The group - Earl Johnson, Al Tinney, William Tinney (aka "Pee Wee"), and lead vocalist Clarence Palmer - were formed from the membership of two other vocal acts: Sonny Austin & the Jive Bombers and the Palmer Brothers.

The hot, blazin' sun (doo-doo, doo-doo) Won't hurt my head (doo-doo, doo-doo) 'cause you'll always find me (doo-doo, doo-doo) Right there in the shade (doo-doo, doo-doo) I can see all the folks (doo-doo, doo-doo) They're laughin' at me (doo-doo, doo-doo) 'cause i'm just naturally crazy. Bad boy (boy) All dressed up in fancy clothes I'm takin' the trouble To blow my bubbles away  . Bad Boy by The Jive Bombers. Try Apple Music free. Added to your library.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A J. B. Re-Bop
Written-By – Stanley Walker
B Groovin' High
Written-By – Gillespie*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Leeds Music Ltd.

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Winners Of The Melody Maker All-British Dance band championship 1947