Jumpin' Bill (el 29/05/13 a las 10:29 pm)
My favorite by The Spaniels. Best Seller 7/8/'57 at #13 for two weeks on the best sellers list .Reference The Billboard Book Of Top 40 R & B Hits by Joel Whitburn, 2006.
John Benn (el 21/05/13 a las 10:26 pm)
I agree 100%
Richard G. Carter (el 29/04/13 a las 4:07 pm)
"Everyone's Laughing" (1957) -- by the Spaniels' second group -- is the second-best-seller after "Goodnight Sweetheart." In Gary, Indiana in 1991 researching my 1995 authorized biography "Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight: The Story of the Spaniels" (August Press), Pookie Hudson (lead) and Gerald Gregory (bass) -- who were with both groups -- asked the originals to do it for me a cappella. And what a treat it was... Richard G. Carter
Elizabeth Kelly (el 05/04/13 a las 2:17 am)
Tremendous arrangement, orchestration and articulation!
Forest Brown (el 23/02/13 a las 3:48 pm)
We sang on the corners, Ha, ha, Ha,Ha, Ha.!! Unbelievable Groove.!!
charlie galbo (el 15/02/13 a las 11:33 am)
Thank you pookie for giving us your magnific. foice for ever to enjoy
thomas walker (el 01/01/13 a las 5:53 pm)
music is pure art. it doesn't matter where it originates. if it sounds pleasing or makes you feel a certain way then that's it's sole purpose. me personally, listening to this song almost brings me to tears. how brilliant of of an accomplishment is that!!!
muggsie753 (el 26/08/12 a las 1:10 pm)
Lets face it my friend if it wasen't for black entertainers there would be no rock&roll or doo wops
hwgray (el 25/06/12 a las 10:45 pm)
Yes! Those coloreds can really sing!
John Benn (el 16/06/12 a las 12:50 am)
ALL THOSE NEGRO DOO WOP & OTHER GROUPS HAD SUCH INCREDIBLE VOICES,SO MUCH SOUL & FEELING IN ALL THEIR SONGS.WELL DONE