"Baby, It's You"
on Chance 1141
released in 1953
In Memory Of Gerald Gregory, The Great Bass Singer Of The Spaniels, Who Passed Away in February 1999.
Above Left: The Spaniels (1955). (Top) Willie Jackson, Gerald Gregory (bass), Ernest Warren, James "Pookie" Hudson (lead), (Bot) Jerome Henderson. The Spaniels had twenty records released on Vee-Jay between 1953 and 1960. For "Baby, It's You", Opal Courtney Jr. (baritone) was in the group in lieu of Jerome Henderson (guitarist).
Above Right: Gerald Gregory at UGHA concert in November 1998 (his last performance).
(Photo courtesy of Pam Sweeney)
Above Left: "Baby, It's You" advertisement, the first part from July 1953 and the second part from September 1953.
Above Right: The first record by The Spaniels. It was actually released on Vee-Jay 101 first and then leased to Chance Records.
(The Chance label image shown on this page provided by Marie Butrico)
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