The Book Of Love - The Tokens Featuring Mitch Margo - Re-Doo-Wopp (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ The Book Of Love - The Tokens Featuring Mitch Margo - Re-Doo-Wopp (CD, Album) ”

  1. Japan only 9 track cd 1. re-doo-wopp 2. three bass hits 3. I'm through with you 4. I'll remember 5. choice ladies 6. I'm so happy 7. slow dance 8. doo wopp doo wah 9. doo you doo wopp/5(2).
  2. Sep 08,  · I usually get my books used- I don't really have the extra cash to buy new books (I only buy books new if they're on a major sale or it's a book I know I love.) I actually got this book at a used book store that was going out of business.
  3. The title of this compilation is at least partially misleading. To virtually everyone's mind, anything labeled as containing "the very best of the Tokens" would have to include their early-'60s number one hit "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and their Top 20 single "Tonight I Fell in Love."This CD doesn't have those recordings, and nor for that matter does it have their Top 40 hit "Portrait Price: $
  4. Jay Siegel's Tokens and the Margo brothers reunited in to perform on the PBS special, Doo Wop At the time, Siegel's Tokens were Siegel, Reid and Eddy Rezzonico; [7] Rezzonico had replaced Richie Grasso [8] during the s. Mitch Margo died on November 24, , aged [9] Legal controversies Rights for "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".
  5. On October 19, , Phil and Mitch Margo filed suit in Manhattan for the rights to the Tokens name. They claim in their filing that Henry Medress suggested the name. In a competing suit filed in California by Siegel, he claims Siegel, Medress, and Sedaka released an album named Neil Sedaka and The Tokens .
  6. Nov 28,  · He joined the Brooklyn-based doo-wop group with his brother as a year-old in Mitch Margo, a founding member of The Tokens, the doo .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Re-Doo-Wopp on Discogs.4/5(2).
  8. Nov 25,  · Very saddened to hear about the passing of Mitch Margo of The Tokens. The Tokens recorded/produced/wrote a lot of truly killer (and underappreciated) material. Mitch was the primary songwriter of the group. I’d so much rather hear a 14 year old David Marks shred some guitar on Chug-a-lug than hear a 51 year old Mike Love sing about bangin.

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