Previous Single Artist Record Of The Week
From The Collection Of Paul Ressler

(Biweekly 10/16/04 - 10/29/04)


"In Memory (A Tribute To Johnny Ace)"/
"Boom Diddy Wa Wa"
by Marie Adams/Junior And Marie
on Peacock 1649
released in 1955



Above: Photo of (L-R) Johnny Otis, Marie Adams, Junior Ryder.

Click HERE for an article about Marie Adams by J.C. Marion.




Above: Label image of Peacock 1649 released in 1955. The flip is "Boom Diddy Wa Wa" by Junior And Marie, written by Otis-Ryder-Adams. Junior Ryder, who was only 17 at the time of this recording, later became Sugar in the duet "Sugar And Spice".

CLICK HERE FOR "THE JOHNNY ACE WEB PAGE".

Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

A) Click on an option below to listen to Streaming RealAudio.

"In Memory (A Tribute To Johnny Ace)" - Marie Adams - Peacock 1649 - 1955
"Boom Diddy Wa Wa" - Junior And Marie - Peacock 1649 - 1955
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to Downloading RealAudio.

"In Memory (A Tribute To Johnny Ace)" - Marie Adams - Peacock 1649 - 1955 (file size=384KB)
"Boom Diddy Wa Wa" - Junior And Marie - Peacock 1649 - 1955 (file size=401KB)


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