They Didn't Believe Me from The Hi-Lo's () (7''). More Albums by The Hi-Lo's. Harmony In JazzThe Hi-Lo's. Back AgainThe Hi-Lo's. Suddenly It's the Hi-Lo'sThe Hi-Lo's. The Hi-Lo's CollectionThe Hi-Lo's. The Hi-Lo's Happen to Bossa NovaThe Hi-Lo's. Happen To Folk SongsThe Hi-Lo's. A Shine On Your Shoes, Pamela Throws A PartyThe Hi-Lo's. The Hi-Lo's, I PresumeThe Hi-Lo's. Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries, Basin Street BluesThe Hi-Lo's. And All That JazzThe Hi-Lo's. A Face In The Crowd, Autumn RainThe Hi-Lo's.
The Hi-Lo's were a vocal quartet formed in 1953, who achieved their greatest fame in the late 1950s and 1960s. The group's name is a reference to their extreme vocal and physical ranges (Bob Strasen and Bob Morse were tall, Gene Puerling and Clark Burroughs were short)
Listen to They Didn't Believe Me by The Hi-Lo's - Workout Cool Down Mix. Deezer: free music streaming. They Didn't Believe Me. The Hi-Lo's Дължина : 02:44. Got the cutest little way Like to watch you all the day And it certainly seems fine Just to think that you'll be mine When I see your pretty smile Makes the living worth the while So I've got to run around Telling people what I've found And when I told them how beautiful you are They didn't believe.
A1. They Didn't Believe Me Written-By – Reynolds, Jerome. The Hi-Lo's And The Jerry Fielding Orchestra. The Hi-Lo's And The Jerry Fielding Orchestra - They Didn't Believe Me (7", EP). They Didnt Believe Me (7", EP). Label.
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In April 1953 24-year-old Gene Puerling and his friend Bob Strasen met Clark Burroughs and Bob Morse within a week of moving to Los Angeles and together formed the Hi-Lo's. The Hi-Lo's were at the height of their fame when they recorded these albums and were recent winners of reader's poll in both Downbeat and Playboy and were performing regularly around the country. These sophisticated, bright and swinging arrangements overjoyed both critics and public alike and we feel confident you, as vocal harmony fans, will be equally bowled over.
Album · 1960 · 11 Songs. 11 Songs, 31 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1960.