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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_PlattersThe Platters - Wikipedia

    Released in the summer of 1955, it became the group's first Top Ten hit on the pop charts and topped the R&B charts for seven weeks. The follow-up, " The Great Pretender ", with lyrics written in the washroom of the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas by Buck Ram, [5] exceeded the success of their debut and became The Platters' first national #1 hit.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › My_PrayerMy Prayer - Wikipedia

    Glenn Miller recorded the song that year for a number two hit and The Ink Spots' version featuring Bill Kenny reached number three, as well, that year. It has been recorded many times since, but the biggest hit version was a doo-wop rendition in 1956 by The Platters , [2] whose single release reached number one on the Billboard Top 100 in the ...

  3. The Platters est un groupe vocal de doo-wop et accessoirement de rock 'n' roll, d'une très grande renommée aux États-Unis et dans le monde dans les années 1950 et 1960, connu pour les slows Only You (And You Alone), The Great Pretender ; (You've got) The Magic Touch (en); My Prayer (en) ; Smoke Gets in Your Eyes ; Twilight Time (en).

  4. The Platters Perform “Only You” for Breathtaking 1956 Movie Performance (WATCH) List of #1 R&B Singles for 1990 The list on this page is for all #1 hit R&B singles for 1990 using proprietary methods.

  5. The biggest hits of the 1950s according to Billboard Magazine. Source: _Billboard's Hottest Hot 100 Hits_ compiled by Fred Bronson (c)1995. 0-8230-7646-6 This list is odd. The book covers only the post-Rock and Roll charts of the decade (late 1955 through 1959), but includes the pre-rock style of hit songs that still charted regularly, if less so as time wore on. Simply put, it's not truly the ...

  6. In 1965 Fats Domino said, “What they call rock ‘n’ roll is rhythm and blues. I’ve been playing it for 15 years in New Orleans.” Rock ‘n’ Roll was the inevitable clash of African American rhythm and blues with elements of swing, boogie-woogie, urban blues, Latin rhythms (clave), Country and Western, Rockabilly, and Tin Pan Alley popular song, all infused with a teenage sense of ...

  7. Nov 09, 2009 · Bill Clinton (1946-), the 42nd U.S. president, served in office from 1993 to 2001. In 1998, the House of Representatives impeached Clinton on charges related to a sexual relationship he had with ...

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