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  1. Doo Wop - R&B Vocal Group Harmony 45 by the FIVE SHARPS Record Label: BIM BAM BOOM Record # Titles: STORMY WEATHER b/w SLEEPY COWBOY Originally Released: December, Estimated price of Mint original first pressing on 45 RPM: $25,+ PRESSING OF RECORD ON AUCTION: REISSUE CONDITION: NEW - STORE STOCK - HAS NEVER BEEN PLAYED.
  2. The Five Sharps "Stormy Weather/Sleepy Cowboy" Jubilee - Red vinyl 45rpm Favourite Auctions.
  3. Details about FIVE SHARPS: Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy 45 (repro) rare Vocal Groups. FIVE SHARPS: Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy 45 (repro) rare Vocal Groups. Item Information Records by Mail prides itself on maintaining one of the largest selections of rare vinyl records available anywhere—online or off. We are always looking to Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Apr 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Five Sharps - Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy at Discogs. Complete your The Five Sharps collection/5(3).
  5. May 05,  · The Five Sharps - Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy You can probably find it on youtube. It's really not very good (IMO) Also, if you go here you'll see a pic that I posted of the Times Square Record Shop in all it's glory: Cool Vintage Record Shop Signs - Photos.
  6. Nov 11,  · Stormy Weather; Artist The Five Sharps; Album Red Hot Doo Wop Vol 1( Doo Wop Essentials) Writers FIVE SHARPS SLEEPY COWBOY - Duration: TheNickNicola 1, views.
  7. The Five Sharps were a short-lived vocal group from Queens, New York. They are best known today for their recording of " Stormy Weather ". "Stormy Weather" is today considered one of the most collectible doo-wop singles ever released. After the group broke up, several of the members went on to join other groups, such as The Videos.
  8. The story began in when five young men from the Jamaica housing projects in Queens, New York, after months of performing at local functions, were spotted by a producer and taken into a studio to record two songs, their own "Sleepy Cowboy" and the standard "Stormy Weather," formerly a smash for Ethel Waters (#1 pop), Guy Lombardo, Duke Ellington and others (though today most people.

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