SPOTLIGHT ON THE LARKS - PART TWO
"My Lost Love"/
Above: The Larks who were (Top L-R) Allen Bunn (baritone), Gene Mumford (tenor), Raymond Barnes (tenor), (Bottom L-R) David McNeil (bass), Thermon Ruth (tenor). This group recorded for Apollo from 1950 to 1952.
Click HERE for an article about The Larks by Marv Goldberg.
Click HERE for an article about The Larks by J.C. Marion.
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Above: April 1951 Clipping.
Above: Label image of Apollo 1180 recorded on 1/18/51 and released in April 1951. Gene Mumford composed (and sings lead on) both sides. Apollo 435 (see image below) was recorded on 10/18/51 and released in December 1951. Mumford sings lead on "My Lost Love" and David McNeil does the honor on the flip side. Bobby Smith was the bandleader and did not sing on this record.
Listen to this week's selections by The Larks from 1951:
[Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
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(Above label image and corresponding
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Hopefully Yours - Apollo 1180
When I Leave These Prison Walls - Apollo 1180
My Lost Love - Apollo 435
How Long Must I Wait For You - Apollo 435
ALL FOUR played in sequence
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