Hopeless Love - J. Frank Wilson And The Cavaliers - The Last Kiss Session (CD)

J. Frank Wilson (December 11, - October 4, ), was the lead vocalist for J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers. Born in Lufkin, Texas, he joined the Cavaliers after his discharge from Goodfellow Air Force Base (San Angelo, Texas) in The Cavaliers' first number-one hit was Last Kiss.


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9 thoughts on “ Hopeless Love - J. Frank Wilson And The Cavaliers - The Last Kiss Session (CD)

  1. J. Frank Wilson And The Cavaliers ‎– The Last Kiss Session. Label: Collectables ‎– COL
  2. "Last Kiss" was a number two hit for J. Frank Wilson & the Cavaliers in , and was one of the final gasps of the teen tragedy craze that blossomed in the early '60s. The Last Kiss Sessions consists of 20 recordings from -- you guessed it -- the "Last Kiss" sessions, including the hit title track and Wilson 's only other hit, "Hey Little One."6/
  3. The Last Kiss album cover shows Wilson kneeling over the young woman portraying the dying girl. Supposedly, first printings of the cover showed blood trickling down the girl's face, but it was air-brushed out by the record company for fear that 5/5(1).
  4. i am an original member of the cavaliers. what the public doesn't know (or care) is last kiss was recorded twice by the writer wayne cochran. our 64' group copied his second record. we love pearl jam for bringing back re-newed interest to our group but vedder's singing was awful. group from canada, wednesday, version in 73' was good. frank had never been in a studio before last kiss /5(12).
  5. The group was made up of guitarist Sid Holmes, bassist Lewis Elliott, saxophonist Bob Zeller, and drummer Ray Smith. Singer John Frank Wilson, known as J. Frank Wilson, joined the group after enlisting in the United States Air Force and being stationed at .
  6. J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers version "Last Kiss" came to the attention of record promoter Sonley Roush, a Texas promoter eking out a living, looking for the next big thing. Roush brought the song to a group that he booked around West Texas, the Cavaliers of San Angelo, with the proviso that singer J. Frank Wilson was still with the band.
  7. Jan 18,  · "Last Kiss" J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers Tuning--Standard (E A D G B E) [Intro] (tacit; "Hold me darling just a B little while", E C#m A B I held her close, I kissed her our last kiss, I found the love that I knew that I'd miss E C#m A B But now she's gone, even though I hold her tight, I lost my love, my life.
  8. Oct 25,  · I was so excited by this song that I bought the follow up "Six Boys", and then the only other 45 rpm that I know about by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers, "Speak To Me". I bought this CD because it was the first time I had seen what I have on 45's (other than "Last Kiss" which is in a myriad of anthologies) in CD format/5(3).
  9. This US outfit was formed in the mids in San Angelo, Texas, by Sid Holmes (guitar), Lewis Elliott (bass), Ray Smith (drums), Rob Zeller (saxophone) and Alton Baird (vocals). Af.

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