Let Nature Take Its Course - The Du Droppers - Boot Em Up (CD)

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Label: Acrobat - ACRCD 214 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •


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  1. Drink Up: Speed King: Dead Broke: If Only I Had A Little: If Only I Had A Little (Fast Version) How Much Longer: If You Just Don't Leave: Honey Bunch: Let Nature Take Its Course: Boot Em' Up4/5(1).
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: The Du Droppers - Boot 'Em Up / Let Nature Take It's Course - Groove - USA - 4G
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Boot Em Up - The Du Droppers on AllMusic - Let Nature Take Its Course. The Du Droppers. Spotify Amazon: Boot 'Em Up.
  4. The Du-Droppers: Boot 'Em Up (CD) (/ACROBAT) 23 tracks (RED ROBIN/GROOVE/RCA) /54 including unreleased material - with Mickey Baker and Sam 'The Man' Taylor. Formed From Various Gospel Groups In The Du-Droppers Are An Important Link Between Gospel Groups.
  5. Boot 'Em Up By The Du Droppers. • 23 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Can't Do Sixty No More. Let Nature Take Its Course. Boot 'Em Up. Doo Wop Certified Chart Hits! Harlem Jukebox Days: The Best of the '50s & '60s. More The Du Droppers. Listen to Boot 'Em Up now. Listen to Boot 'Em Up in full in the Spotify.
  6. The Du Droppers were formed in from members of various Gospel groups, and the talented, veteran quartet are an important link between Gospel groups, Harmony groups and the rise of Doo Wop and Rock 'n Roll. 23 wonderfully rich (all accompanied) tunes, from the funny "Can't Do Sixty No More" (an answer to the Dominoes' hit "Sixty Minute Man" to the title tune, this CD is a get-down, adult.
  7. The original members of the Du Droppers were Junior Ginyard on lead, Willie and Harvey Ray on tenor and baritone, and Eddie Hashow on bass (soon replaced by Bob Kornegay). Their first record was released in December titled "Can't Do Sixty No More", an answer to The Dominoes massive hit of "Sixty Minute Man".
  8. On August 11, there was another session. This time the Du Droppers recorded "Boot 'Em Up," "Honey Bunch," "If You Just Don't Leave," and "Let Nature Take Its Course." In mid, Joe Van Loan, tenor lead of the Ravens on Mercury, got together with some friends of his and cut a record. These friends were J.C. Ginyard, Willie Ray, and Bob.

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