Vocal harmony group interpretations of standards, 1931 to 1966 recordings


Vocal harmony group interpretation feature pages:

  • The Mills Brothers: selected recordings, 1929-1939 This page includes mostly 1930s recordings by the Mills Brothers of the following standards: Tiger Rag (1931), I Ain’t Got Nobody (and Nobody Cares for Me), “Sweet Sue, Just You,” Dinah (with Bing Crosby), Sweet Georgia Brown, It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing), I’ve Found a New Baby, Miss Otis Regrets, Lulu’s Back in Town, and Dedicated to You
  • 1933Stormy Weather: selected vocal harmony group recordings, 1952-1965 — The Five Sharps, The Leaders, The Spaniels, The Chantones, The 5 Bars, The Crescents (The Skyliners), The Sierras, The Zircons,The Five Fashions, The 5 Sharks

Songbook also has a number of feature pages on selected standards which include one or more vocal harmony group interpretations.* The page on “A Sunday Kind of Love” (1946) features many recordings by vocal harmony groups. The following list may be incomplete:

See also:

* Interpretations of standards by barbershop quartets are not included in this list.

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