Eligible since: 1978 (The 1979 Induction Ceremony)
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The Spaniels sound like a perfect candidate for the Fluffy, Four Legged, Barking & Drooling Hall of Fame
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 09.5.09 @ 06:21am
The Spaniels are probably one of the more deserving one-hit wonders, but I probably still wouldn't put 'em in. "Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight" is an all-time classic. Not to mention they were the first act to release a single on Vee-Jay records, if that means anything to you.
Posted by Philip on Saturday, 09.5.09 @ 07:40am
Yes, Yes I'm aware of that don't misunderstand me I actually like The Spaniels I just thought I'd make a little joke (seemed like a good idea at the time) :)
Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 09.5.09 @ 08:03am
'Sall good. Just trying to get discussion going.
Posted by Philip on Saturday, 09.5.09 @ 08:09am
"Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight." really good song.
Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 11.10.11 @ 13:44pm
Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight is an essential doo-wop song, but as with The Crows, Big Danny Oliver, and other one-hit wonder R&B/doo-wop acts, I don't see a strong enough case for the Spaniels. I have to agree with Philip on this one, and I'm as big a fan of '50s music as you'll find.
Posted by Zach on Friday, 06.22.12 @ 20:55pm
Can't think of anything the Spaniels sang that I didn't like. Some of their stuff could be used to make a transition from Perry Como to doo wop. One or a group can't fake being on key, enunciating, etc. when one or a group sings acpapella. Too little credit is given this musical art form that the Spaniels mastered.
Posted by Fageol on Monday, 05.27.13 @ 02:29am
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