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Hardi



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...in der HOT 100 von 1955 waren die Cardinals mit einem Song vertreten.

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The Cardinals were a successful American R&B group of the 1950s. Although overshadowed by the legendary Orioles, The Cardinals are still remembered as one of the best R&B ballad acts to come out of Baltimore.

The Cardinals’ career began in 1946 (one year before The Orioles) when Leon Hardy and Merredith Brothers convinced Donald Johnson to join them in harmony on the corner of Gay Street and Forest. Donald drafted his friend Ernie Warren to round out a quartet and the new group on the block became The Mellotones. They did the usual round of Baltimore bars and nightclubs for experience, singing the songs of black and white pop groups like The Fourtunes, The Ink Spots, And The Ames Brothers. They picked up a fifth member,[Jack Aydelotte, when he and they were separately scheduled to perform on The Major Baumgartner Show, a local TV talent show. They never got on the air as the show ran overtime, but thanks to the booking they now had five members including an accompanist (Jack also played guitar).

The years passed and a record contract came their way with the help of Super Music Record Shop store owner Sam Azrael. With group member Donald Johnson working in the store for years, Azrael had had plenty of exposure to the crooners. When Herb Abramson, co-founder of Atlantic Records, passed through Baltimore in 1951 on a talent search, Azrael made sure that he gave the act an audition, and it’s reported the group left the shop that very night as the newest artists on Atlantic.

In March 1950 the group came to New York, cutting four sides for their first release and simultaneously becoming The Cardinals. Five months later Shouldn’t I Know peaked at #7 on the Billboard Best Seller R&B chart. It is a pretty ballad that was written by Merredith Brothers, but in a maneuver that was typical of the music business at time, store owner Azrael wound up listed as a co-writer.

Their next session of songs, recorded on October 6, 1950, included their second single I’ll Always Love You, another ballad that featuring Ernie’s strong lead ably supported by the warbling Cardinals. They also recorded an R&B version of The Wheel of Fortune later to be released as their 3rd single in February of 1951. Between February and March 1951, various versions of the song were pop hits for Kay Starr (#1), Bobby Wayne (#6), The Bell Sisters (#10) and Sunny Gale (#13). The Cardinals, with the only R&B version, scored a #6 hit R&B record.

Right after the release of The Wheel of Fortune in February 1951, Ernie was drafted and replaced by Leander Tarve. The new member led the group through their next single, “The Bump,” released the first week of August 1952.

Toward the end of 1952 Tarver left and James Brown (no, not that one) joined. Ernie returned on leave from the military just in time to record You Are My Only Love and three other tunes on January 13, 1953. With James Brown still in the lineup, this session benefited from six very good voices.

The group had not had a single in five months and it was beginning to appear that Atlantic was either losing interest or waiting for Ernie to return full-time from the army. This is at least one possible explanation for the release of only two singles in two years. They were You Are My Only Love, released the fourth week of May 1953, and Under a Blanket of Blue (a song recorded nearly 2-1/2 years earlier) released the third week of April 1954. Ernie rejoined the group full-time in March 1954, but the septet wasn’t brought in to record until January 18, 1955, more than two years after their last session. The primary yield of this four-song date was the Chuck Willis-penned The Door Is Still Open (To My Heart), which was issued as a single in the fourth week of February 1955.

A stunning vocal interpretation of a deceptively simple melody gave the Cardinals their biggest hit as The Door Is Still Open (To My Heart) reached top 10 R&B Best Seller and #7 Jukebox for a total of 13 weeks. Billboard R&B charts later listed it as the 43rd best seller of 1955.

The Cardinals' records at this time were some of their best, though not their most popular. In July 1955 Atlantic released the group’s 8th single, Come Back My Love, a song issued five months earlier by Rama Records artists The Wrens. Neither charted, though both would later become doo wop cult classics. December arrived with Here Goes My Heart to You, an ultra-smooth ballad that somehow escaped notice. The same happened to their all-time best ballad effort Offshore and The End of the Story, their next-to-last Atlantic single.

The group’s last Atlantic single was another tasty ballad titled One Love, worth mentioning because of the writing team that created it, Lou Stallman and Joe Shapiro (the same pair who wrote Perry Como’s hit “Round and Round”). It was released in January 1957, just around the time the group called it quits. Ernie formed a new group in late 1957 with tenors Sonny Hatchett and Jimmy Ricks (not The Ravens’ bass lead), baritone Richard Williams, and Jim Boone on bass. They recorded several sides, including the early 1950s-sounding ballad Have I Been Gone Too Long These almost a cappella recordings stayed in the vaults for 17 years until Bim Barn Boom Records released an EP of the songs.

In 1958, Ernie re-formed the original Cardinals with Johnson, Brothers, and Johnny Douglas, as well as Jim Boone. After a few months, the group added an all-white backup band, a strange combination for 1958.

The Cardinals performed into the early 1960s and then drifted apart for the last time. Among rhythm and blues record enthusiasts the group is as popular today as they were in the mid-1950s. Their nine Atlantic recording sessions produced 36 sides of which only 24 have ever been released.




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"I can't remember if I cried
when I read about his widowed bride
but something touched me deep inside
the day the music died"

"American Pie", Don McLean

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Billy Bryan



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The Cardinals Singles

* The Cardinals - Shouldn't I Know c/w Please Don't Leave Me (Atlantic 938) 1951
* The Cardinals - Pretty Baby Blues c/w I'll Always Love You (Atlantic 952) 1951
* The Cardinals - Wheel Of Fortune c/w Kiss Me Baby (Atlantic 958) Jan 1952
* The Cardinals - She Rocks c/w The Bump (Atlantic 972) 1952
* The Cardinals - Lovie Darling c/w You Are My Only Love (Atlantic 995) 1953
* The Cardinals - Please Baby c/w Under A Blanket Of Blue (Atlantic 1025) 1954
* The Cardinals - The Door Is Still Open c/w Misirlou (Atlantic 1054) 1955
* The Cardinals - Come Back My Love c/w Two Things I Love (Atlantic 1067) 1955
* The Cardinals - Lovely Girl c/w Here Goes My Heart To You (Atlantic 1079) 1955
* The Cardinals - Off Shore c/w Choo Choo (Atlantic 1090) 1956
* The Cardinals - I Won't Make You Cry Anymore c/w The End Of The Story (Atlantic 1101) Aug 1956



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Billy Bryan



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CARDINALS – THE DOOR IS STILL OPEN

01. The Door Is Still Open (2:58 )
02. Shouldn't I Know (3:09)
03. Lovey Darling (2:44)
04. I'll Always Love You (3:04)
05. Wheel Of Fortune (2:51)
06. Come Back, My Love (2:27)
07. You Are My Only Love (3:21)
08. Under A Bllanket Of Blue (3:03)
09. Here Goes My Heart To You (2:37)
10. For Awhile (3:03)



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Hallo Billy,

ich kann mich täuschen?
Hatten wir die Scans schon einmal an anderer Stelle?

Gruß mit etwas Regen
Dietrich
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Billy Bryan



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Hallo Dietrich,

ausser das für fast alles immer das selbe Foto verwendet wird, wüsste ich jetzt nicht wo.

Gruss aus der Sonne von Berlin,
Billy
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CARDINALS - SHOULDN'T I KNOW

HOT 100 - 1951

COLLAGEN VON ROCKINPETE

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_________________
"I can't remember if I cried
when I read about his widowed bride
but something touched me deep inside
the day the music died"

"American Pie", Don McLean
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Diese gelben Repros (938, 958) erkennt man leicht an dem Fächerrad, das frühestens ab der Bestell-Nummer 2110 auftaucht und ab der Nummer 2137 (Februar 1962) die Regel ist.

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