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Stormy Monday Blues - The Candymen - The Candymen (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. The Candymen, an Album by The Candymen. Released in on ABC (catalog no. ABCS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Bubblegum, Pop.
  2. May 10,  · From LP '' The Candymen Bring You Candy Power " [ ABC Records - ABCS, U.S] Vocals-Rodney Justo Piano, Organ-Dean ''Ox'' Daughtry Lead Guitar-John Rainey Adkins Drums-Bob Nix Bass-Bill.
  3. This is original first issue Black label ABC Stereo ABC/S -- VG ring and cover wear, vinyl VG+ Cover has some water staining on bottom edge of cover.. Deanos professionally grades your purchase using the Goldmine Grading Guide/5(2).
  4. May 14,  · Roy Orbison's backing band for a few years had a number of great songs on their own. This one is taken off their LP just titled, The Candymen.
  5. The Candymen were an Alabama-spawned band probably best remembered today as the backing group for Roy misadicvihercevacpyewatchcomdami.coinfo group started life as the Webs, co-founded by guitarist John Rainey and a young lead singer/guitarist named Bobby Goldsboro, in Dothan, AL, in the mid-'misadicvihercevacpyewatchcomdami.coinfo group was heavily influenced by Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, but also by the slight more pop-rock oriented sound .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Candymen - Candymen on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Candymen - Candymen on AllMusic - Stormy Monday Blues. T-Bone Walker. Candymen. Amazon: Even the Grass Has Died. Perry Carlton Buie.
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  8. The Candymen (or The Candy Men) were an American pop quintet active which prefigured the Atlanta Rhythm Section. The group were managed by Dothan, Alabama producer-songwriter Buddy Buie, and included guitarists John Rainey Adkins, plus Barry Bailey and J.R. Cobb, singer Rodney Justo, drummer Robert Nix and keyboard player Dean Daughtry.

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