Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 7/28/01 - 8/3/01)


SPOTLIGHT ON DORIS BROWNE/THE CAPRIS PART 2!

"The Game Of Love"/"My Cherie"
by Doris Browne
on Gotham G-298
released in 1953

Photo of Doris Browne Gotham Label-The Game Of Love-Doris Browne-1953
[Above photo of Doris provided by Charlie & Pam Horner]

Above Left: Gotham Records promotional photo of Doris Browne (also known as Doryce Brown?).

Above Right: Label image for Gotham G-298A. This was the third of four releases by Doris Browne on Gotham (1953-54). George Moonoogian reports that the group backing Doris is NOT The Capris, but possibly might be The Normanaires.

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Gotham Records-It Was Moonglow-Capris-1955
At left is label image for "It Was Moonglow" by The Capris on Gotham G-306. This is their second of three releases on Gotham (1954-56).

The Capris, at this time, consisted of Rena Hinton, Ruben Wright, Eddie Warner, Harrison Scott, and Bobby Smart. (See photo below)

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Photo Of The Capris


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