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  • "The Verdict" b/w "Me Make Um Pow Wow" by The Five Keys on Capitol Vinyl is shiny and bright VG+. Clean labels. Capitol sleeve. 5. "Rosie Lee" b/w "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" by The Mello-Tones on Gee Very glossy vinyl that is VG+ and plays even better. Labels are clean with a End date: Jun 28,
  • 7" Single on 45cat: The Five Keys - The Verdict / Me Make Um Pow Wow - Capitol - USA - F
  • "Don't You Know I Love You" was cut on 16 November by the Five Keys comprising Maryland Pierce (lead tenor vocal), Rudy West (second tenor vocal), Ripley Ingram (octave tenor vocal), Ramon Loper (baritone vocal), Bernie West (bass vocal), Joe Jones (guitar) and .
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  • The Five Keys: Me Make Um Pow Wow / The Verdict: F Capitol Records: 7", 45 RPM, Single, US: The Five Keys: What Goes On / You Broke The Rules Of Love: F Capitol Records: 7", 45 RPM,, US: The Five Keys: Red Sails In The Sunset: Aladdin (6) 7", 45 RPM, Single, US: The Five Keys: On The Town: SLP Aladdin (8) LP, Album, Unofficial Release, US.
  • Dec 06,  · The Five Keys were survivors of the pre-doo-wop vocal group era, who, unusually continued to have hits after the arrival of rock and roll. The Verdict peaked at #13 on the R&B charts/5(1).
  • FIVE KEYS Vinyl Records and CDs: American R&B and doo-wop group popular in the late 's. In , brothers Rudy and Bernard West joined another set of singing brothers - Ripley and Raphael Ingram - to form The Sentimental Four, a gospel quartet. Inspired by the harmonies of The Mills Brothers and The Ink Spots, they soon began to shift.
  • The Five Keys was an American rhythm and blues vocal group that was instrumental in shaping this genre in the s.. It was formed with the original name of Sentimental Four in Newport News, Virginia, US, in the late s, and initially consisted of two sets of brothers - Rudy West and Bernie West, and Ripley Ingram and Raphael Ingram. Ingram left in and Maryland Pierce (born ) and.