Groupe Doo Wop US, les Harptones sont originaires de New York et comprenaient: Willie Winfield, Claude "Nicky" Clark, William "Dempsey" James, William '"Dicey" Galloway, Bill Brown et Raul Cita. Ils ont débuté en 1953 chez Bruce Records, le label de Morty Graft, puis ils sont passés chez Paradise, Rama, Gee, Warwick, Coed, Companion et Cub Records.

Despite their failure to achieve the commercial success of rivals like the Drifters, the Flamingos, or the Clovers, the Harptones demand consideration in any serious discussion of the truly immortal acts of the doo wop era. Although none of their singles cracked the Top 40, efforts like "A Sunday Kind of Love," "Life Is But a Dream," and "Memories of You" remain classics of the genre, distinguished by their rich harmonies and sophisticated, jazz-inspired arrangements. the Harptones' origins date to 1951 and the grounds of Harlem's Wadleigh Junior High School, where classmates William Dempsey, Curtis Cherebin, and Freddy Taylor began harmonizing as the Skylarks. Following the additions of Eugene "Sonny" Cooke and a classmate remembered only by the nickname "Skillum," the fledgling group made its professional debut via the Apollo Theatre's famed Amateur Talent Contest, performing a rendition of "My Dear Dearest Darling" that ended in the audience literally booing them off the stage. After a series of lineup shuffles, the Skylarks welcomed William "Dicey" Galloway, who concurrently served as a member of another fledgling Harlem doo wop unit, the Winfield Brothers. In early 1953, alumni of both groups combined as the Harps. Comprising tenor Dempsey, baritone Galloway, lead tenor Willie Winfield, first tenor Claudie "Nicky" Clark, bass Billy Brown, and pianist/arranger Raoul Cita, the Harps returned to the Apollo in November 1953 and earned top honors with their soulful rendition of the Louis Prima composition "A Sunday Kind of Love." Even more significantly, at the end of the evening an MGM Records executive in the audience invited the group to audition at the label's 1650 Broadway studio.
When the Harps arrived at MGM's offices the following week, the exec in question was not available. To pass the time, the group practiced its harmonies while waiting in the hallway, attracting the attention of Bruce Records co-owners Morty Craft and Leo Rogers, who occupied an office just a few doors down. Craft and Rogers immediately extended a contract offer, and after altering the sextet's name to the Harptones (to avoid conflict with the Savoy act Little David Baughn & the Harps), Bruce issued "A Sunday Kind of Love" just days prior to Christmas 1953. Buoyed by Whitfield's crushed-velvet lead and Cita's otherworldly organ intro, the record proved a major hit throughout much of the East Coast, but spotty distribution effectively destroyed its chances of breaking nationally. The Cita-penned "Memories of You" followed in early 1954, and it too proved such a local smash that the Harptones were invited to appear at DJ Alan Freed's historic "Moondog Coronation Ball" alongside the Clovers and Charles Brown. Again Bruce's limited distribution network crippled the single's momentum, however, no doubt prompting the group to question the wisdom of passing up its shot with MGM. Clark assumed lead duties for the Harptones' third release, "I Depended on You." Whitfield reclaimed the reins for the 1954 effort "Why Should I Love You," copied virtually note for note by the Four Lads and placed on the B-side of their hit "Skokiaan," effectively obliterating the Harptones' original.
When Dicey Galloway was drafted into military duty in the autumn of 1954, Cita handled baritone duties on the Harptones' fifth Bruce release, "Since I Fell for You." Another Tri-State region smash, it earned the group a spot on Freed's landmark first New York City showcase, 1955's "Rock and Roll Jubilee," alongside the Drifters, the Clovers, the Moonglows, and Fats Domino. But while Bruce's poor distribution again conspired to halt the single's chances at charting nationally, the Harptones remained under contract to the label, and after recruiting onetime Skylark Freddy Taylor, in March they issued a bluesy cover of Ivory Joe Hunter's "I Almost Lost My Mind." Two months later, however, Bruce finally collapsed, with Leo Rogers acquiring control of the company's assets. He shopped the Harptones to Old Town Records, with owner Hy Weiss agreeing to launch a new subsidiary, Paradise, to accommodate their arrival. After replacing Taylor with Bernard "Jimmy" Beckum, the Harptones cut their Paradise debut, the gorgeous Cita original "Life Is But a Dream." With its gossamer harmonies and jazzlike structure, the single ascended to the Top Five in New York, but Weiss spent little money on promotion outside of the East Coast and the record met the same grim commercial fate as its predecessors. The ballad "My Success (It All Depends on You)" closed out the year, coinciding with the Harptones' weeklong stint at the Apollo. It also marked the end of their Paradise tenure, and in the spring of 1956 the sextet resurfaced on Rogers' new Andrea imprint with the pop-inspired "What Is Your Decision."
After recording three songs for the feature film Rockin' the Blues, the Harptones finally cut ties with Rogers, signing with George Goldner's Rama label to release "Three Wishes." Their first effort to feature new addition Harriet "Toni" Williams, it also heralded the return of Dicey Galloway. "On Sunday Morning" followed by year's end, and in early 1957 the group issued its third and final Rama single, "The Shrine of Saint Cecilia." An additional session was planned, but the night prior to entering the studio, 20-year-old Billy Brown died of a drug overdose. The session was canceled, but because the Harptones were contractually obligated to perform a date at Philadelphia's Uptown Theater, only Williams could attend Brown's funeral. His replacement was Skylarks co-founder Curtis Cherebin, whose arrival coincided with another week at the Apollo. After Rama dissolved, Goldner shifted the Harptones to his Gee imprint to issue the gritty ballad "Cry Like I Cried," their lone release for the label. Galloway exited the lineup soon after, and while the Harptones briefly forged on with erstwhile Solitaires lead Milton Love, the group split a few months later. But in early 1959 former Bruce exec Morty Craft came calling, convincing the group to reunite and sign to his fledgling Warwick label. This incarnation of the Harptones (Willie Winfield, William Dempsey, Nicky Clark, Curtis Cherebin, and Raoul Cita) cut "Laughing on the Outside" to little attention, returning that summer with "Love Me Completely." Their third and final Warwick effort, "No Greater Miracle," did not appear until May of 1960. By the time of its release, Clark had again exited, and was replaced by Hank Jernigan.
In the fall of 1960 songwriter Billy Dawn Smith signed the Harptones to the Coed label for "Rain Down Kisses." When Smith assumed the helm of Coed's subsidiary Companion, he brought the group with him, releasing "All in Your Mind" (a riposte to Maxine Brown's hit "All in My Mind") in early 1961. With their second Companion single, "What Will I Tell My Heart," the Harptones scored their first and only national chart hit, squeaking to the number 96 spot on the Billboard pop countdown. But despite their brush with success, the group exited Companion, finally landing with MGM via its Cub subsidiary: the Otis Blackwell-penned "Devil in Velvet" marked the return of Jimmy Beckum, who replaced the outgoing Jernigan, but the record went nowhere and the Harptones did not resurface on record until early 1964, releasing the lovely ballad "Sunset" on the tiny KT imprint. When the single fell on deaf ears, a frustrated Willie Winfield finally threw in the towel. The remaining Harptones renamed themselves the Soothers long enough to cut a cover of the Johnnie Ray hit "The Little White Cloud That Cried" for the Port label before calling it quits by year's end. In 1970 Raoul Cita accepted an invitation to re-form the Harptones to play Rock Magazine's First Original Rock and Roll Revival show, recruiting Winfield, William Dempsey, Curtis Cherbin, and Jimmy Beckum to complete the lineup. The group continued to play doo wop revival events throughout the decade, and in late 1981 the current lineup (Winfield, Cita, ex-Fi-Tones member Lowe Murray, and Linda Champion) cut a new LP, Love Needs a Heart. Two years later, they backed longtime fan Paul Simon on his Hearts and Bones project. More than a half century following their debut recording, the Harptones remain on tour, with Winfield and Cita still charting the group's career.

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Talents : Willie Winfield : Lead, Claude "Nicky" Clark : Tenor,William "Dempsey" James : Tenor,William '"Dicey" Galloway : Baritone,Bill Brown :Bass,Raul Cita : Piano

Style musical : Doo Wop, Rhythm 'n' Blues

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A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE (1953)

Oobidee Oobidee Oom (1954)

MY MEMORIES OF YOU (1956)

The Shrine Of St. Cecilia (1956)

FOOLISH ME (1961)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t., Singles & EP

12/1953 78 t. & SP BRUCE 101 (US)

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A Sunday Kind Of Love / I'll Never Tell
02/1954 78 t. & SP BRUCE 102 (US) . My Memories Of You / It Was Just For Laughs
05/1954 78 t. & SP BRUCE 104 (US) . I Depended On You / Mambo Boogie
07/1954 78 t. & SP BRUCE 109 (US) . Why Should I Love You / Forever Mine
10/1954 78 t. & SP BRUCE 113 (US) . Since I Fell For You / Oobidee Oobidee Oom
03/1955 78 t. & SP BRUCE 128 (US) . I Almost Lost My Mind / Ou Wee Baby
08/1954 78 t. & SP ESSEX 364 (US) . Bunny PAUL with The HARPTONES - I'll Never Tell / Honey Love
06/1955 SP PARADISE 101 (US) . Life Is But A Dream / You Know You're Doin' Me Wrong
10/1955 SP PARADISE 103 (US) . My Success (It All Depends Of You) / I've Got A Notion
1955 SP PARADISE 103 (US) . My Success (It All Depends Of You) / Guitar Suffle
1955 EP BRUCE BEP-201 (US) A Sunday Kind Of Love / Ou Wee Baby / Forever Mine / I Almost Lost My Mind
04/1956 SP ANDREA 100 (US) . What Is Your Decision / Gimme Some
1956 SP LOST-NITE LN-403 (US) . Since I Fell For You / Oobidee-Oobidee
1956 SP LOST-NITE LN-407 (US) . What Is Your Decision / Gimme Some
1956 SP LOST-NITE LN-409 (US) . Loving A Girl Like You / High Flyin Baby
08/1956 SP RAMA 203 (US) . Three Wishes / That's The Way It Goes
1956 SP OLD TOWN 1030 (US) . Ruth McFadden & The Harptones - United We Stand / School Boy
09/1956 SP TIP TOP 401 (US) . My Memories Of You / High Flyin' Baby
11/1956 SP RAMA 214 (US) . On Sunday Afternoon / The Masquerade Is Over
1956 SP GEE 1029 (US) . Carol Blades & The Harptones - When Will I Know / What Did I Do Wrong
1956 SP GEE 1031 (US) . Three Wishes / Why You Do Me Like You Do (The CLEFTONES)
1956 SP RAMA 221 (US) . The Shrine Of St. Cecilia / Ou Wee Baby
11/1957 SP GEE 1045 (US) . Cry Like I Cried / So Good So Fine
03/1959 SP WARWICK M 500 (US) . Laughing On The Outside / I Remember
07/1959 SP WARWICK M 512 (US) . Love Me Completely / Her Teenager
05/1960 SP WARWICK M 551 (US) . No Greater Miracle / What Kind Of Fool
11/1960 SP COED 540 (US) . Rain Down Kisses / Answer Me My Love
02/1961 SP COMPANION CP-102 (US) . All In Your Mind / Last Dance
04/1961 SP COMPANION CP-103 (US) . Foolish Me / What I Tell My Heart
07/1961 SP RAVEN 8001 (US) . A Sunday Kind Of Love / Mambo Boogie
1961 SP CUB 9097 (US) . Devil In Velvet / Your Love Is A Good Love
1962 SP BRUCE 123 (US) . Loving A Girl Like You / High Flyin' Baby
1964 SP KT 201 (US) . Sunset / I Gotta Have Your Love
07/1964 EP BRUCE VEP-202 (US) My Memories Of You / Mambo Boogie / I'll Never Tell / High Flyin' Baby
1964 SP PORT 70041 (US) . The SOOTHERS (The Harptones sans Willie Winfield) - The Little White Cloud That Cried / I Believe In You
1964 SP OLDIES 45 100 (US) . I Almost Lost My Mind / I Wanna Go Home (The DELLS)
1965 SP OLDIES 45 155 (US) . The Shrine Of St. Cecilia / I Wanna Go Home (The DELLS)
07/1973 SP RELIC 1022 (US) . A Sunday Kind Of Love / I'll Never Tell
1973 SP RELIC 1023 (US) . My Memories Of You / Just For Laughs
1974 SP RAMA 197 (US) . Marie / That's The Way It Goes

















Unissued Tracks

1955 OLD TOWN unissued

You're Going To Need My Help Someday

1955 OLD TOWN unissued

On Sunday Afternoon

1955 OLD TOWN unissued

Mambo Boogie

1955 OLD TOWN unissued

Peggy Farmer & The Harptones - I Love You Baby

1955 OLD TOWN unissued Peggy Farmer & The Harptones - Dreaming Is No Good For You
1955 OLD TOWN unissued

Ruth McFadden & The Harptones - Dreaming Is No Good For You

1956 RAMA unissued What Is Your Secret
1957 GEE unissued Until The Real Thing Comes Along

Albums

1970 LP 12" HARLEM HIT PARADE HHP-5006 (US) THE HARPTONES - Forever Mine / What Is Your Decision / Loving A Girl Like You / Since I Fell For You / Sunday Kind Of Love / It Was Just For Laughs / I Depend On You / My Memories Of You / I'll Never Tell / Mambo Boogie
1970 LP 12" EMUS ES-12032 (US) THE HARPTONES - The Masquerade Is Over / The Shrine Of St. Cecilia / So Good, So Fine, You're Mine / Until The Real Thing Comes Along / Cry Like I Cried / Three Wishes / On Sunday Afternoon / That's The Way It Goes / Sunday Kind Of Love / Life Is But A Dream
1971 LP 12" RELIC LP 5001 (US) THE HARPTONES FEATURING WILLIE WINFIELD - Sunday Kind Of Love / Since I Fell For You / Why Should I Love You / What Is Your Decision / I'll Never Tell / It Was Just For Laughs / Ou Wee Baby / My Memories Of You / Forever Mine / Oobidee-Oobidee-Oo / Loving A Girl Like You / I Almost Lost My Mind / The Shrine Of Saint Cecilia / Three Wishes
1971 LP 12" RELIC LP 5003 (US) THE HARPTONES FEATURING WILLIE WINFIELD - VOLUME 2 -  Sunset / My Success / I Remember / I Got A Notion / Laughing On The Outside / I Gotta Have Your Love / Mambo Boogie / Life Is But A Dream / What Kind Of Fool / Gimme Some / No Greater Miracle / High Flying Baby / Love Me Completely / I Know You're Doing Me Wrong / Hep Teenager / I Depended On You
1972 2 LP 12" ROULETTE RE-114 (US) ECHOES OF A ROCK ERA - THE CROWS & THE HARPTONES :
DISC 1 : The CROWS - Perfidia / Seven Lonely Days / I Love You So / Gee / Heartbreaker / Call The Doctor / Untrue / Baby / Miss You / I Really, Really Love You / Mambo Shevitz (Man, Oh Man) / Sweet Sue, Just You
DISC 2 : THE HARPTONES - A Sunday Kind Of Love / My Memories Of You / Oo Wee Baby / Three Wishes / That's The Way It Goes / On Sunday Afternoon / The Masquerade Is Over / The Shrine Of St. Cecillia / Cry Like I Cried / So Good, So Fine, You're Mine / Until The Real Thing Comes Along / What Did I Do Wrong
197? LP 12" Pickwick K-431 (US) The Great Singing Groups - The PARAGONS / THE JESTERS / The Harptones / The Clovers - Florence (PARAGONS) / Hey Little School Girl (PARAGONS) / Out Here (Clovers) / T.V. Fanatic (Clovers) / Let Me Hold You (Clovers) / Love No One But You (JESTERS) / The Plea (JESTERS) / My Memories Of You (Harptones) / I Was Just A Laugh (Harptones) / I Depend On You (Harptones)
1981 LP 12" ROULETTE RE-114 (US) La Grande Storia Del Rock - 100 - Life Is But A Dream (The HARPTONES) / It All Depends On You (The HARPTONES) / I Almost Lost My Mind (The HARPTONES) / I´ll Never Tell (The HARPTONES) / Sunday Kind Of Love (The HARPTONES) / My Memories Of You (The HARPTONES) / What Kind Of Fool (The HARPTONES) / Don´t Drive Me Away (The Impressions) / Say That You Love Me (The Impressions) / Gloria (The CADILLACS) / Speedoo (The CADILLACS) / I Only Want You (The PASSIONS) / This Is My Love (The PASSIONS) / Just To Be With You (The PASSIONS)
02/1982 LP 12" AMBIENT SOUND FZ 37718 (US) LOVE NEEDS - My One And Only Love / Those Wonderful Moments / Love Needs A Heart / It's You / When Your Love Has Said Goodbye / I'm So In Love With You / Gee Whiz / If I Give My Heart To You / I've Never Been In Love / That's What I Need / Our Love (I Am Yours, You Are Mine) / We Are In Love
1991 CD COLLECTABLES COL-CD-5401 (US) GOLDEN CLASSICS - GOLDNER RECORDINGS - 1956-57 - On Sunday Afternoon / That's The Way It Goes / Oo Wee Baby / Three Wishes / The Masquerade Is Over / Until The Real Thing Comes Along / The Shrine Of St. Cecilia / Cry Like I Cried / What Is Your Secret / Is This Really The End / That's The Way It Goes / So Good, So Fine, You're Mine / What Did I Do Wrong / When Will I Know
01/1992 CD RELIC CO 7021 (US) THE HARPTONES FEATURING WILLIE WINFIELD - A SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE - Sunday Kind Of Love / My Memories Of You / Oobidee...Oobdee...Oo / Since I Fell For You / I Depended On You / Mambo Boogie / I'll Never Tell / High Flying Baby / I Almost Lost My Mind / It Was Just For Laughs / Loving A Girl Like You / What Is Your Decision / Forever Mine / Ou Wee Baby / Gimme Some / Why Should I Love You / My Memories of You / High Flying Baby / Oo Wee Baby / Mambo Boogie
01/2000 CD COLLECTABLES 6074 (US) THE Very Best of the Harptones - Life Is But a Dream - Life Is But A Dream / Life Is But A Dream / On Sunday Afternoon / On Sunday Afternoon / Loving A Girl Like You / Loving A Girl Like You / You're Going To Need Me Somebody / I've Got A Notion / I've Got A Notion / It All Depends On You / It All Depends On You / Mambo Boogie / Mambo Boogie / You Know You're Doing Me Wrong / Dreamin's No Good (The Harptones feat: Peggy Farmer) / I Love You Baby (The Harptones feat: Peggy Farmer) / School Boy (The Harptones feat: Ruth McFadden) / Dreamin's No Good (The Harptones feat: Ruth McFadden)
08/2000 CD Preserved Recordings / Hot Productions 8524 (US)

The Complete Recordings - Sunday Kind Of Love / My Memories Of You / Oobidee...Oobidee...Oo / Since I Fell For You / I Depended On You / Mambo Boogie / I'll Never Tell / High Flying Baby / I Almost Lost My Mind / It Was Just For Laughs / Loving A Girl Like You / What Is Your Decision / Forever Mine / Oo Wee Baby / Gimme Some / Why Should I Love You / My Memories Of You / Sunday Kind Of Love

02/2001 2 CD COLLECTABLES 95  (US) The Legendary Group at Their Best :
CD 1 : On Sunday Afternoon / That's The Way It Goes / Oo Wee Baby / Three Wishes / The Masquerade Is Over / Until The Real Thing Comes Along / The Shrine Of St. Cecilia / Cry Like I Cried / What Is Your Secret / Is This Really The End / That's The Way It Goes / So Good, So Fine, You're Mine / What Did I Do Wrong (The Harptones feat: Carol Blades) / When Will I Know (The Harptones feat: Carol Blades)
CD 2 : Life Is But A Dream / Life Is But A Dream / On Sunday Afternoon / On Sunday Afternoon / Loving A Girl Like You / Loving A Girl Like You / You're Going To Need Me Some Day / I've Got A Notion / I've Got A Notion / It All Depends On You / It All Depends On You / Mambo Boogie / Mambo Boogie / You Know You're Doing Me Wrong / Dreamin's No Good (The Harptones feat: Peggy Farmer) / I Love You Baby (The Harptones feat: Peggy Farmer) / School Boy (The Harptones feat: Ruth McFadden) / Dreamin's No Good (The Harptones feat: Ruth McFadden)
10/2003 CD V.I. 450595 (US) Collector's Gold Series - Sunday Kind Of Love / My Memories Of You / Oobidee...Oobidee...Oo / Since I Fell For You / I Depended On You / Mambo Boogie / I'll Never Tell / High Flying Baby / I Almost Lost My Mind / It Was Just For Laughs / Loving A Girl Like You / What Is Your Decision / Forever Mine / Oo Wee Baby / Gimme Some / Why Should I Love You? / My Memories Of You / Sunday Kind Of Love
2004 CD Bcj Productions ? (US) The Harptones and a Variety of Friends - Sky High / Cocaine / Only You And I Know / Promises In The Dark / We Got Love / I Just Want To Know / Embraceable You / Rhonda / I Believe In You / Give It Up / Hard To Say No / Is It Real? / Symptoms Of Love / I Never Heard The Rain / Maybe There's An Avenue / Peace And Harmony
07/2005 CD COLLECTABLES 9917 (US) That's the Way It Goes - That's the Way It Goes / Cry Like I Cried / The Shrine Of Saint Cecilia / Oo Wee Baby / So Good So Fine / Until The Real Thing Comes Along / Three Wishes / On Sunday Afternoon / What Is Your Decision / The Masquerade Is Over
11/2006 CD COLLECTABLES 7846 (US) Love Needs / Here We Go  - The HARPTONES - THE JIVE FIVE - My One And Only Love (The HARPTONES) / Those Wonderful Moments (The HARPTONES) / Love Needs A Heart (The HARPTONES) / It's You (The HARPTONES) / When Your Love Has Said Goodbye (The HARPTONES) / I'm So In Love With You (The HARPTONES) / Gee Whiz (The HARPTONES) / If I Give Me Heart To You (The HARPTONES) / I've Never Been In Love (The HARPTONES) / That's What I Need (The HARPTONES) / Our Love (I Am Yours, You Are Mine) (The HARPTONES) / We Are In Love (The HARPTONES) / Here I Am (The JIVE FIVE) / Never, Never Lie (The JIVE FIVE) / Don't Believe Him Donna (The JIVE FIVE) / Hey Nineteen (The JIVE FIVE) / Hey Sam (The JIVE FIVE) / Never, Never Change (The JIVE FIVE) / Chains (The JIVE FIVE) / Magic Maker, Music Maker (The JIVE FIVE) / Oh Baby (The JIVE FIVE) / Say You'll Be There (The JIVE FIVE) / He's Just A Lucky Man (The JIVE FIVE) / Baby, You're My Only Love (The JIVE FIVE)
07/2009 CD COLLECTABLES COLCD 1373 (US) The Harptones Meet the Monotones - That's The Way It Goes (The HARPTONES) / Cry Like I Cried (The HARPTONES) / The Shrine Of Saint Cecilia (The HARPTONES) / Three Wishes (The HARPTONES) / On Sunday Afternoon (The HARPTONES) / Book Of Love (The MONOTONES) / You Never Loved Me (The MONOTONES) / Legend of Sleepy Hollow (The MONOTONES) / Tell It To The Judge (The MONOTONES) / Dreams (The MONOTONES)
12/2012 2 CD Jasmine JASCD 226 (UK) Life is But a Dream - The Ultimate Harptones 1953-1961 :
CD 1 : A Sunday Kind Of Love / I'll Never Tell / My Memories Of You / It Was Just For Laughs / I Depended On You / Mambo Boogie [Bruce version] / Why Should I Love You / Forever Mine / I'll Never Tell (The Harptones feat: Bunny PAUL) / Honey Love (The Harptones feat: Bunny PAUL) / So Soon (The Harptones feat: The Woodside Sisters) / Love Me (The Harptones feat: The Woodside Sisters) / Since I Fell For You / Oobidee Oobidee - Ooo / I Almost Lost My Mind / Oo Wee Baby [Bruce version] / High Flyin' Baby / Life Is But A Dream / You Know You're Doing Me Wrong / My Success (It All Depends On You) / I've Got A Notion / I Love You (The Harptones feat: Peggy FARMER) / Dreaming Is No Good (The Harptones feat: Peggy FARMER) / Don't Stay Away Too Long (The Harptones feat: Peggy FARMER) / Call Me, I'll Be There (The Harptones feat: Peggy FARMER) / School Boy (The Harptones feat: Ruth McFadden) / That's The Way It Goes / Three Wishes / Second Hand Love (The Harptones feat: Mabel KING) / Symbol Of Love (The Harptones feat: Mabel KING)
CD 2 : Schoolgirl / On Sunday Afternoon [Old Town version] / Mambo Boogie / Chang Chang A Lang (The Harptones feat: Royale Cita Chorus / Raoul Cita) / On Sunday Afternoon [Rama version] / The Masquerade Is Over / The Shrine Of St. Cecelia / Oo Wee Baby / What Is Your Secret / I Got A Fine Little Girl / What Did I Do Wrong (The Harptones feat: Carol Blades) / When Will I Know (The Harptones feat: Carol Blades) / Cry Like I Cried / So Good So Fine, You're Mine / Until the Real Thing Comes Along / Laughing On The Outside / I Remember / Love Me Completely / Hep Teenager / No Greater Miracle / What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am) / Rain Down Kisses / Answer Me My Love / Devil In Velvet / Your Love Is A Good Love / All In Your Mind / The Last Dance / What Will I Tell My Heart / Foolish Me / Loving A Girl Like You

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