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The Spaniels

About The Spaniels

The Spaniels were one of the most well-rounded Doo-Wop groups during the 1950s. They excelled at street-corner harmonies but drew considerable inspiration from such past Vocal group masters as the Mills Brothers and recorded a wide spectrum of harmony-filled pop music. Sha Na Na did a note-for-note cover of their biggest hit, "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight."

Listen toThe Spanielson Rhapsody

The Spaniels were one of the most well-rounded Doo-Wop groups during the 1950s. They excelled at street-corner harmonies but drew considerable inspiration from such past Vocal group masters as the Mills Brothers and recorded a wide spectrum of harmony-filled pop music. Sha Na Na did a note-for-note cover of their biggest hit, "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight."

About The Spaniels

The Spaniels were one of the most well-rounded Doo-Wop groups during the 1950s. They excelled at street-corner harmonies but drew considerable inspiration from such past Vocal group masters as the Mills Brothers and recorded a wide spectrum of harmony-filled pop music. Sha Na Na did a note-for-note cover of their biggest hit, "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight."

About The Spaniels

The Spaniels were one of the most well-rounded Doo-Wop groups during the 1950s. They excelled at street-corner harmonies but drew considerable inspiration from such past Vocal group masters as the Mills Brothers and recorded a wide spectrum of harmony-filled pop music. Sha Na Na did a note-for-note cover of their biggest hit, "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight."