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The Lamplighters - Tell Me You Care / I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy mp3 flac

  • Singer: The Lamplighters
  • Album: Tell Me You Care / I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy
  • MP3: 1915 mb | FLAC: 1825 mb
  • Released: 1954
  • Country: US
  • Style: Doo Wop
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 451
  • Format: AUD DMF AIFF MIDI AA VOC WMA
The Lamplighters - Tell Me You Care / I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy mp3 flac

Complete your The Lamplighters collection. Written-By – Thurston Harris. B. I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy. Written-By – Rudy Toombs. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

Artist: Lamplighters. Album: Street Corner Symphonies - The Complete Story of Doo Wop, Vol. 6: 1954. Download Lamplighters - I Used to Cry Mercy, Mercy. Street Corner Symphonies - The Complete Story of Doo Wop, Vol. 6: 1954: Best 2 songs. Five Keys - Ling, Ting, Tong 02:09. Scarlets - Dear One 03:04. Lamplighters: best 2 tracks. Lamplighters - Goody Good Thing American Roots Of Doo-Wop, 2009 02:40.

Lamplight keep on burning While this heart of mine is yearning Lamplight keep on burning Till this love of yours is mine. Come home again, dear I have waited year after year Under the lamp in our old avenue If all in the world that's laughing Why should it make us cry. Part of these releases. Track 1 on Loving, Rocking, Thrilling: The Complete Federal Recordings. Popular Lamplighters Songs.

Watch the video for I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy from The Lamplighters's Loving, Rocking, Thrilling: The Complete Federal Recordings for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Connect to this site.

I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy. There wasn't anything overly polished about The Lamplighters. Thurston sang lead on Smootchie as well as their fourth Federal outing in March of '54, the rollicking I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy, written by the prolific Rudolph Toombs (his name appears throughout this series). The hard-charging jump had strong gospel overtones, Harris belting with intensity before a moaning sax jumps in for a bluesy ride. The quartet did a fine ballad on the B-side, Tell Me You Care, that Harris penned. The Lamplighters made more solid jumps - Ride Jockey Ride, Five Minutes Longer, Goody Good Things, I Wanna Know, Love, Rock And Thrill - that brought them into 1955, though personnel changes removed Rockwell and Nelson. Harris quit for a time too.

Tracklist

Tell Me You Care 2:30
I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy 2:39

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-12176 The Lamplighters Tell Me You Care / I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy ‎(7") Federal 45-12176 US 1954
12176 The Lamplighters Tell Me You Care / I Used To Cry Mercy, Mercy ‎(Shellac, 10") Federal 12176 US 1954