Groupe Doo Wop US originaire de Louiseville (Kentucky). Les Moonglows ont été formé en 1951 sous le nom des Crazy Sounds et comprenaient  Harvey Fuqua, Alexander Graves et Prentiss Barnes. En 1952, le groupe devient les Moonglows avec l'arrivée de Bobby Lester et du guitariste Billy Johnson. Ils enregistrent alors sur le petit label local Champagne Records, puis en 1954, ils signent avec Chess Records de Chicago (Illinois). Le groupe a compté parmi ses membres Marvin Gaye.

The Moonglows were among the most important R&B groups of the 1950s, despite the fact that they only had a handful of hits among fewer than 50 recorded songs, in a history that lasted just six years, in sharp contrast to such acts as the Orioles and the Drifters, who were together across decades and recorded huge bodies of work.
Chicago-born Harvey Fuqua (born July 27, 1928) was part of a musical family virtually from birth, as the nephew of Ink Spots guitarist Charlie Fuqua, and before he was in his teens was aiming for a career of his own in music. He grew up in Louisville, KY, where he learned the piano and also began singing with his high school classmate Bobby Lester (born January 13, 1930; died October 15, 1980) at dances. They formed a professional duo in Louisville during 1949, after both finished brief periods of serving in the military, and were soon working with saxman and bandleader Ed Wiley, and it was in his group that they started singing jump and blues. Eventually a lack of earnings led them to split up, with Fuqua moving to Cleveland, where he crossed paths with an army buddy, Danny Coggins, and a neighbor of his, Prentiss Barnes (born April 25, 1925), who'd previously been a gospel singer, and formed a trio.
Fuqua brought Lester into the group, which was known as the Crazy Sounds, and they started to get work in the area around Cleveland. They were an improvisational singing group that specialized in a technique called Vocalsese, using their voices to replace instruments, basically in a jazz context, somewhat similar to the work of the Swingle Singers and the Manhattan Transfer. Their first break came in 1952 when they came to the attention of local disc jockey Alan Freed, who was already making a name for himself playing R&B records. They auditioned and did well enough to earn a chance to record on Freed's own Champagne Records label, changing their name to the Moonglows in the process in an effort to hook their recognition to Freed's on-air persona as "Moondog." The group enjoyed a modest local hit with a Lester composition, "I Just Can't Tell No Lie." They began performing in venues throughout the industrial Midwest and underwent their first membership change when Coggins quit for a more stable life as a gas station owner. He was replaced by Alex Walton and Alexander Graves.
Lester and Fuqua shared the lead Vocals spot, sometimes even on the same song, and both of them had a keen interest in songwriting as well. The group was special not only for their mix of subtle polish and visceral excitement, but also the sheer attractiveness of the singing and the way in which their arrangements locked it all together -- Lester and Fuqua were the leads and the most visible talents, but there were no weak links anywhere in the Moonglows' sound; from bass to the occasional falsetto, all of the singing was dazzling, animated, and bracing, whether on the jump numbers or the ballads; each of their finished records was the total package, distinctly voiced, gorgeously textured, and exciting. In the early fall of 1953, Freed landed the group a contract with Chance Records, a small Chicago outfit that was making a serious noise in blues and R&B, and already had the Flamingos and the Spaniels under contract. For a year, they tried to chart with ballads -- including a killer version of "Secret Love" with Lester singing lead -- and jump numbers but saw little success at Chance, before they were dropped.
In October of 1954, the group moved to Chess Records, and their first session was one of the most productive in the history of the label, yielding 13 songs including one of the biggest hits in Chess' history, "Sincerely" -- authored by Fuqua (with Freed taking half the royalties as "co-author," a common arrangement at the time for Freed and other managers), the Moonglows' recording charted in December of that year and bumped "Earth Angel" by the Penguins out of the number one R&B spot the following month, and later climbed to number 20 on the Hot 100 pop chart. The single rode the R&B listings for 20 weeks and sold over a quarter of a million copies, an extraordinary number for Chess in those days and all of it happening before R&B had fully crossed over to white listeners.
It was numbers like this that were delighting independent executives like Phil and Leonard Chess, and giving ulcers to executives at the major labels, who saw something happening in music that they'd somehow missed over the preceding year or two and were having trouble grasping even then. In the case of "Sincerely," it was such an attractive song that it begged to be covered by other artists in other styles -- thus, the Moonglows became one of the earliest R&B groups to see an original of theirs picked up by a pop act, when the white sibling Vocals trio the McGuire Sisters covered "Sincerely" in a pop style and got a number one pop hit and a million-selling single out of it. The success of the Moonglows' original version was the break they'd been waiting for, and they began playing some of the best gigs of their history, as part of Freed's huge package shows alongside acts like Joe Turner, the Clovers, and Lowell Fulson. In early 1955, the group's ranks expanded with the addition of Billy Johnson, a guitarist who'd previously played with Charles Brown. During the summer of 1955, the group was part of a package tour that included Muddy Waters, Sarah Vaughan, and Nappy Brown. 
Alas, they found it difficult to repeat the crossover pop success of "Sincerely" -- the group did produce such worthy efforts as "Most of All" (number five R&B), "Foolish Me," "Starlite," and "In My Diary." Then, in the middle and latter half of 1956, they succeeded anew with the ballad "We Go Together," which reached number nine on the R&B charts and attracted considerable interest from young white listeners in the bargain; and the rock & roll number "See Saw," which reached number nine R&B and got to number 25 on the pop charts. During this period, Chess also briefly attempted to double-up on the group's approach to the airwaves and radio play lists by taking some of the sides featuring Lester and Fuqua together on lead and issuing those under the name "the Moonlighters."
The group's status in the hierarchy of rock & roll -- or, at least, that corner of it under the control of Freed -- was confirmed when the Moonglows were included in the jukebox movie Rock, Rock, Rock, working alongside Chuck Berry, the Flamingos, LaVern Baker, the Johnny Burnette Trio, and Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers. Later that same year, they also began work on what was to have been their debut LP, and early in 1957 they made another screen appearance, in Mr. Rock and Roll, a second jukebox feature, sandwiched in between many of the same acts as the prior movie -- this was to mark the last screen appearance of the original group, however.
During 1957, in the wake of their unfinished debut album, Lester receded from the lead Vocals spot, yielding it to Fuqua, who already dominated the group as a producer, songwriter, and their de facto Vocals arranger. "Please Send Me Someone to Love," which got to number five R&B and number 73 on the pop charts, featured Fuqua on lead Vocalss and reduced Lester to back-up. The friction between Lester and Fuqua continued through most of the year, and the latter's increasing control of the group's direction also caused friction with Barnes, Graves, and Johnson, who were more or less caught in the middle between the two most identifiable voices in the group. Complicating their strained internal dynamics were the changes in public taste that had taken place since 1955 -- they not only couldn't decide who ought to be leading them, or agree on who should sing lead, but also on which direction their music should go in, toward the more pop-oriented sound of the Platters, who were selling large numbers of records to white audiences, or toward the harder sound that seemed to be coming out of some quarters of the black community, and seemed to be where black listeners were moving.
Torn by these multiple schisms, the Moonglows' lineup collapsed under circumstances that are still a bit murky, in terms of who decided what and who exited. In late 1957, a pair of sides were recorded featuring Fuqua and possibly Johnson, and in early 1958, a new single appeared entitled "Ten Commandments of Love," featuring Fuqua as a speaker. It reached number nine as an R&B hit and number 22 as a pop single, the group's best pop performance in two years and one of their biggest sellers, except that it wasn't credited to the Moonglows -- rather, it was also credited to Harvey & the Moonglows, and precisely who was singing on it behind Fuqua is still a matter of conjecture; some sources attribute the back-up to the original Moonglows, whereas others say with assurance that it was Fuqua's "new" Moonglows, actually formerly known as the Marquees, a Washington, D.C., outfit consisting of Marvin Gaye, Reese Palmer, James Knowland, and Chester Simmons. What is clear is that they accompanied Fuqua over the next year or so, credited as Harvey & the Moonglows. The group's ranks changed quickly -- though he kept Gaye, who had sung lead on the group's recording of "Mama Loocie," with him -- and eventually included a young Chuck Barksdale, from the Dells.
In addition to his work with the new group, Fuqua was featured on solo singles throughout 1958, including "Don't Be Afraid of Love," which he co-authored with Berry Gordy, Jr. and Billy Davis, and also turned up miming in the last (and best) of the Freed showcase films, Go Johnny Go. Fuqua's professional association with Gordy had begun when they met, on the latter's visit to Chess to license the early sides of the Miracles; the two wrote songs together, and eventually Fuqua married Gordy's sister Gwen. He continued recording for several more years, including some legendary sides with Etta James, but increasingly concentrated on the purely creative rather than the performing side of music. After operating such independent labels as Tri-Phi (where he recorded not only his own and the later Harvey & the Moonglows stuff, but also the early Spinners, whom he discovered as the Domingoes, and with whom he sang as well), he joined Motown as the executive in charge of developing new talent, and became not only successful in that department but also as a producer and songwriter, and was collaborating successfully with Smokey Robinson in the 1990s.
Having had the group and the group name pulled out from under him, Lester went solo on the Chess label for a short time, before giving up performing for a decade. His name was well known enough and the recordings left behind with the group were good enough, however, so that as late as 1962 Chess saw the point in releasing a single credited to "Bobby Lester & the Moonglows," consisting of "Blue Velvet" and "Penny Arcade," the A-side culled from the group's abortive late 1956 album sessions -- this may have been simply Chess's way of trying to amortize everything but the kitchen sink in their operation, but it is difficult to imagine any other artist of the era, apart from Elvis Presley or Clyde McPhatter (or deceased figures such as Buddy Holly or Eddie Cochran), getting their six-year-old recordings pushed as new releases.
Johnson passed through gigs backing Jackie Wilson and Brook Benton before joining Motown Records, and passed away in the late '80s. Walton put together a new Moonglows lineup in 1964 to cover some of the group's '50s sides, but this effort didn't last long, and Graves and Barnes left the music business, and the original Moonglows were consigned to history, apart from Chess' periodic attempts to continue selling sides left in the vaults. The label also released of a pair of LPs made up of the group's single sides, Look, It's the Moonglows (1959) and The Best of Bobby Lester & the Moonglows (1962). Chess kept several vestiges of the Moonglows sound alive more profitably when they signed the Dells, and the group's sound could also be heard in the early work of the Four Tops (who had also spent time on Chess) and the Temptations at Motown.
Lester tried reviving the group name twice, at the beginning and end of the '70s, and even recut "Sincerely" the first time around. That composition remained the jewel in Fuqua's songbag -- in 1990, 36 years after the Moonglows cut their version and 35 years after the McGuire Sisters' pop hit, the Forester Sisters' country rendition of "Sincerely" earned a Grammy nomination; that same year, filmmaker Martin Scorsese (who is known to take a very deep interest in the music used in his movies) used the Moonglows' version of the song in the film Goodfellas. Between the original and the successful covers, "Sincerely" bids fair to remain a popular song well into the 21st century.

http://www.history-of-rock.com/doosix.htm

http://www.singers.com/doowop/moonglows.html

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Talents : Bobby Lester : Lead/Tenor - Harvey Fuqua : Lead/Tenor - Pete "Alexander" Graves : Tenor - Prentiss Barnes : Bass - Billy Johnson "William McDowell Johnson" : Guitar

Style musical : Doo Wop, Rhythm 'n' Blues

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I've been your dog (Ever Since I've Been Your Man) (1953) (Moonglows)

Shoo doo be doo (1954) (Bobby Lester & The Moonlighters)

SINCERELY (1955) (Moonglows)

STARLITE (1955) (Moonglows)

SEE SAW (1956) (Moonglows)

Da Da Goo Goo (1958) (Harvey)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t., Singles & EP

03/1953 78t. CHAMPAGNE 500 (US) . I just can't tell no lie / I've been your dog (Ever Since I've Been Your Man)
03/1953 SP CHAMPAGNE 7500 (US) . I just can't tell no lie / I've been your dog (Ever Since I've Been Your Man)
1953 78 t. & SP CHANCE 1147 (US) . Baby please / Whistle my love
11/1953 78 t. & SP CHANCE 1150 (US) . Just a lonely christmas / Hey santa claus
02/1954 78 t. & SP CHANCE 1152 (US) . Secret love / Real gone mama
06/1954 78 t. & SP CHANCE 1156 (US) . I was wrong / Ooh rocking daddy
10/1954 78 t. & SP CHANCE 1161 (US) . 219 train / My gal
11/1954 78 t. & SP CHECKER 806 (US) .

Bobby Lester & The Moonlighters - So all alone / Shoo doo be doo

1954 78 t. & SP CHECKER 813 (US) . Bobby Lester & The Moonlighters - Hug and kiss / New gal
11/1954 78 t. & SP CHESS 1581 (US) . Sincerely / Tempting
02/1955 78 t. & SP CHESS 1589 (US) . Most of all / She's Gone
06/1955 78 t. & SP CHESS 1598 (US) . Foolish me / Slow down
08/1955 78 t. & SP CHESS 1605 (US) . Starlite / In love
11/1955 78 t. & SP CHESS 1611 (US) . In my diary / Love love me
03/1956 78 t. & SP CHESS 1619 (US) . We go together / Chickie um bah
07/1956 78 t. & SP CHESS 1629 (US) . When I'm With You / See Saw
12/1956 78 t. & SP CHESS 1646 (US) . Over and over again / I knew from the start
03/1957 78 t. & SP CHESS 1651 (US) . I'm afraid the masquerade is over / Don't say goodbye
06/1957 78 t. & SP CHESS 1661 (US) . Please send me someone to love / Mr. engineer
08/1957 78 t. & SP CHESS 1669 (US) . The beating of my heart / Confess it to your heart
02/1958 78 t. & SP CHESS 1681 (US) . Too Late / Here I Am
04/1958 78 t. & SP CHESS 1689 (US) .

In the middle of the night / Soda pop

08/1958 78 t. & SP CHESS 1701 (US) . This love / Sweet than words
08/1958 78 t. & SP CHESS 1705 (US) . Harvey - Ten commandments of love / Mean old blues
12/1958 78 t. & SP CHESS 1713 (US) . HARVEY - I Want Somebody / Da Da Goo Goo
1958 EP CHECKER EP 5122 IT'S THE MOONGLOWS - Love Is A River / Ten Commandments Of Love / Blue Velvet / Mean Old Blues
1958 EP CHECKER EP 5123 IT'S THE MOONGLOWS - This Love / Penny Arcade / I'll Stop Wanting You / Sweeter Then Words
01/1959 78 t. & SP CHESS 1717 (US) . I'll never stop wanting you / Love is a river
04/1959 78 t. & SP CHESS 1725 (US) . Harvey - Twelve months of the year / Don't be afraid of love
09/1959 78 t. & SP CHESS 1738 (US) . Harvey - Mama Loocie / Unemployment
02/1960 78 t. & SP CHESS 1749 (US) . Harvey - Ooh Ouch Stop! (Teacher, You're Hurting Me) / Blues Skies
07/1960 SP CHESS 1760 (US) . Etta & Harvey - If I Can't Have You / My Heart Cries
10/1960 SP CHESS 1770 (US) . Beatnick / Junior
11/1960 SP CHESS 1771 (US) Etta & Harvey - Spoonful / It's A Crying Shame
02/1962 SP CHESS 1811 (US) . Bobby Lester & The Moonglows - Blue Velvet / Penny Arcade
1962 SP VEE JAY 423 . Secret love / Real gone mama
03/1962 SP TRI PHI TP-1010 (US) . Harvey - She loves me so / Whistling about you
10/1962 SP TRI PHI TP-1017 (US) . Harvey - She loves me so / Any way you wanta
05/1963 SP TRI PHI TP-1024 (US) . Harvey - Memories of you / Come on and answer me
05/1963 SP HARVEY HA-121 (US) . Harvey & ANN - Any Way You Wanta / She Loves Me So
1963 SP OLDIES 45 OL 36 (US) . Secret Love / Real Gone Mama
1964 SP LANA 130 (US) . Sincerely / Time After Time
1964 SP LANA 131 (US) . Most of all / What a difference a day makes
1964 SP LANA 132 (US) . In my diary / Blue velvet
1964 SP LANA 133 (US) . See Saw / Love is a river
1964 SP LANA 134 (US) . We go together / Shoo doo be doo
1964 SP LANA 135 (US) . Ten commandments of love / Half a heart
01/1964 SP TIME SQUARE 30 (US) . Baby, Please / I've Got The Right
1964 SP Crimson CR 1003 (US . My Imagination / Gee
1970 SP CHESS / Protein 21 P21 01 (US) . Ten commandments of love (Harvey & The Moonglows) / Ten Commandments of beautiful hair ([no artist listed])
1972 SP Big P 101 (US) . Sincerely "72" / You've Chosen Me
1972 SP RCA VICTOR 74-0759 (US) . Sincerely / I was wrong
1972 SP RCA VICTOR 74-0839 (US) . When I'm With You / You've Chosen Me
1972 SP CHESS Blue Chip Series CH 9022(US) . Harvey & The Moonglows - Ten Commandments Of Love / Blue Velvet
1982 SP CHESS CH-108 (US) . The Ten Commandments Of Love / Sincerely
1982 SP CHESS CH-109 (US) . We Go Together / Please Send Me Someone To Love
1982 SP CHESS CH-126 (US) . Most Of All / See Saw
1982 SP CHESS CH-127 (US) . Blue Velvet (MOONGLOWS) / Twelve Months Of The Year (Harvey & The Moonglows)
1982 ? SP ERIC  235 (US) . Sincerely (MOONGLOWS) / The Ten Commandments Of Love (long version) (Harvey & The Moonglows)
1984 SP CHESS CH-91007 (US) . The Ten Commandments Of Love / Sincerely
1984 SP CHESS CH-91025 (US) . Most Of All / See Saw
19?? SP MUSICOR MU 1951 (US) . Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Frankie LYMAN !!!) / Sincerely (Moon Glows !!!)
19?? SP INTERMISSION 45-564 (US) . Ten Commandments Of Love (Harvey & The Moonglows) / Hide And Go Seek Parts 1 And 2 (Bunker Hill)
19?? SP COLLECTABLES COL-1466 (US) . Secret Love (MOONGLOWS) / Golden Teardrops (Flamingos)
19?? SP COLLECTABLES COL-1468 (US) . Baby Please / Just A Lonely Christmas
19?? SP COLLECTABLES C-1469 (US) . I Was Wrong / My Gal
198? SP COLLECTABLES COL 3364 (US) . 219 Train / Real Gone Mama
198? SP COLLECTABLES COL 3407 (US) . The Ten Commandments Of Love / Sincerely
198? SP COLLECTABLES COL 3408 (US) . Most Of All / In My Diary
198? SP COLLECTABLES COL 3442 (US) . See Saw / When I'm With You
198? SP COLLECTABLES COL 3467 (US) . I'll Be Spinning (Johnnie & Joe) / Starlight (MOONGLOWS)
1988 CD MCA CHD-37285

Sincerely / Ten Commandments Of Love / In My Diary / See Saw





















Unissued Tracks

19?? Unissued Such A Feeling
19?? Unissued Doubtful
19?? Unissued He Lied
19?? Unissued Thrill Me
19?? Unissued No One
19?? Unissued Let's Go
19?? Unissued Chick Cumba
19?? Unissued Let's Go Steady Chickie-Um-Bah
19?? Unissued Let's Go Steady This Love
19?? Unissued Let Me Hold Your Hand
19?? Unissued What Are You Going To Do
19?? Unissued Barcelona Rock
19?? Unissued Love Me True
19?? Unissued Slop Stroll Walk

Albums

1958 LP 12" CHESS LP-1430 (US) LOOK, IT'S THE MOONGLOWS - Love Is A River / Blue Velvet / This Love / When I'm With You / I'll Stop Wanting You / Don't Say Goodbye / Ten Commandments Of Love / Kiss Me Baby / Penny Arcade / Mean Old Blues / Sweeter Than Words / Cold Feet
1962 LP 12" CHESS LP-1471 (US) BEST OF BOBBY LESTER AND THE MOONGLOWS - Sincerely / See Saw / In My Diary / Blue Velvet / Don't Say Goodbye / We Go Together / Ten Commandments Of Love / Most of All/Please Send Me Someone To Love / Over And Over Again
1962 LP 12" VEE JAY LP-1052  (US) THE MOONGLOWS MEET THE Flamingos ON THE DUSTY ROAD OF HITS - Oh, Rockin' Daddy / Secret Love / Real Gone Mama / I Was Wrong / Whistle My Love / 219 Train / My Gal / Baby Please / + The FLAMINGOS
1964 LP 12" CONSTELLATION CS-2  (US) COLLECTORS SHOWCASE, VOLUME II - THE MOONGLOWS - I Was Wrong / Real Gone Mama / My Gal / 219 Train / Oh Rockin' Daddy / Secret Love / Fine Fine Girl / My Love / Whistle My Love / Lonely Christmas / Baby Please / Hey, Santa Claus
196? LP 12" CHESS CH-1004 (US) The Best Of The Moonglows - Vol. 2 - In My Diary / Lover, Love Me / I'll Never Stop Wanting / Love Is A River / Foolish Me / Slow Down / See Saw / When I'm With You / In The Middle Of The Night / Too Late / Here I Am / Don't Say Goodbye / I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over
1972 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP-4722 The Return Of The Moonglows - Sincerely / When I'm With You / You've Chosen Me / I'll Stop Wanting You / Penny Arcade / The Ten Commandments / Most Of All / I Was Wrong / The Beat Of My Heart / Love Is A River
1976 LP 12" CHESS ACRR-701 (US) MOONGLOWS - Let's Go / Thrill Me / See Saw / Kiss Me / We Go Together / Ten Commandments Of Love / Don't Be Afraid To Love / Foolish Me (Bobby Lester - Lead) / Secret Love / The Masquerade Is Over / Blue Velvet / Please Send Me Someone to Love / Slow Down / Sweeter Than Words / Foolish Me (Harvey Fuqua - Lead)
1979 LP 12" RELIC LP 8001 (US) ONE MORE TIME - Bobby Lester & The Moonglows - In My Diary / The Beating Of My Heart / Whistle My Love / When I'm With You / Just A Lonely Christmas / See Saw / Sincerely / 10 Commandments Of Love / We Go Together / Love Is A River / Hey Santa Claus / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Most Of All / Secret Love
1979 LP 12" Koala KOA 14374 (US) Ten Commandments Of Love - Secret Love / Slow Down / Blue Velvet / See Saw / Ten Commandments Of Love / We Go Together / The Masquerade Is Over / Please Send Me Someone
1981 LP 10" LOST NITE LLP-23 (limited edition) (US)

THE MOONGLOWS - Secret Love / Baby Please / My Imagination / I Was Wrong / Gee / Just A Lonely Christmas

1983 LP 12" Charly R&B ‎CRB 1060 (UK) JUMP CHILDREN - The Orioles - The Moonglows - The Flamingos - Jump Children (Vooit Vooit) (Flamingos) / Real Gone Mama (MOONGLOWS) / Live It Up (Orioles) / Cross Over The Bridge (Flamingos) / Baby Please (MOONGLOWS) / Fools Will Be Fools (Orioles) / Golden Teardrops (Flamingos) / Ooh Rockin' Daddy (MOONGLOWS) / I Just Got Lucky (Orioles) / My Gal (MOONGLOWS) / Someday, Someway (Flamingos) / Happy 'Till The Letter (Orioles) / 219 Train (MOONGLOWS) / Carried Away (Flamingos) / Never Leave Baby (Orioles) / Whistle My Love (MOONGLOWS)
1982 LP 12" SUGAR HILL / CHESS CH-8403 (US) THEIR GREATEST HITS - Sincerely / In My Diary / Twelve Months Of The Year / We Got Together / The Beating Of My Heart / When I'm With You / Ten Commandments Of Love / See Saw / Over & Over Again / Don't Say Goodbye / Most Of All / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Penny Arcade / Blue Velvet
1983 LP 12" P-VINE PLP-808 (JAP) LOOK, IT'S THE MOONGLOWS - Love Is A River / Blue Velvet / This Love / When I'm With You / I'll Stop Wanting You / Don't Say Goodbye / Ten Commandments Of Love / Kiss Me Baby / Penny Arcade / Mean Old Blues / Sweeter Than Words / Cold Feet
1984 LP 12" CHESS CH-9111 (US) THEIR GREATEST HITS - Sincerely / In My Diary / Twelve Months Of The Year / We Got Together / The Beating Of My Heart / When I'm With You / Ten Commandments Of Love / See Saw / Over & Over Again / Don't Say Goodbye / Most Of All / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Penny Arcade / Blue Velvet
1987 LP 12" CHESS CH-9193 (US) LOOK, IT'S THE MOONGLOWS - Love Is A River / Blue Velvet / This Love / When I'm With You / I'll Stop Wanting You / Don't Say Goodbye / Ten Commandments Of Love / Kiss Me Baby / Penny Arcade / Mean Old Blues / Sweeter Than Words / Cold Feet
07/1991 CD Blues Journey ‎SSI 865 (US) Sincerely - Sincerely / Most Of All / We Go Together / See Saw / When I'm With You / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Ten Commandments Of Love / The Beating Of My Heart / In My Diary / I Knew From The Start / Don't Say Goodbye / Love Is A River
1991 CD Roots ‎RTS 33011 (NL)

Sincerely - Sincerely / Most Of All / See Saw / When I'm With You / Kiss Me Baby / Penny Arcade / Please Send Me Someone To Love / I Knew From The Start / Over And Over Again / In My Diary / Love Is A River / Blue Velvet / I'll Stop Wanting You / Don't Say Goodbye / Ten Commandments Of Love / Mean Old Blues / This Is Love / Sweeter Than Words / We Go Together / Cold Feet

11/1992 CD RELIC 7042 (US) On Stage Featuring Bobby Lester - In My Diary / The Beating Of My Heart / Whistle My Love / When I'm With You / Just A Lonely Christmas / See Saw / Sincerely / 10 Commandments Of Love / We Go Together / Love Is A River / Hey Santa Claus / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Most Of All / Secret Love
12/1993 2 CD CHESS ‎CHD2-9345 (US) Blue Velvet - The Ultimate Collection :
CD 1 : Secret Love / My Gal / Baby Please / Sincerely / Shoo Doo Be Doo (My Loving Baby) / So All Alone / Tempting / Most Of All / New Gal / He Lied / She's Gone / Hug And A Kiss / Starlite / Slow Down / Foolish Me / In Love / In My Diary / Lover, Love Me / Let's Go / We Go Together / Chickie Um Bah / When I'm With You
CD 2 : See Saw / Penny Arcade / Over And Over Again / I Knew From The Start / I'll Stop Wanting You / I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over / Don't Say Goodbye / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Blue Velvet / Love Is A River / The Beating Of My Heart / Mr. Engineer / Here I Am / Too Late / What Are You Going To Do? / Confess It To Your Heart / Ten Commandments Of Love / Don't Be Afraid Of Love / Sweeter Than Words / Twelve Months Of The Year / Mama Loocie / She's Alright With Me
02/1996 CD Juke Box Treasures / Starr Digital 134 (US) Encore of Golden Hits - Ten Commandments Of Love / Most Of All / In My Diary / We Go Together / See Saw / When I'm With You / Love Is A River / I Pray For Love / The Beating Of My Heart / Bring My Baby Back (Hey) / Just Lonely / In The Still Of The Night / Whistle My Love / I've Got The Right To Love / Whistle My Love / See Saw / In The Still Of The Night / Sincerely / Please Send Me Someone To Love / Secret Love
03/1996 CD Juke Box Treasures / Starr Digital 138 (US) Moonglows Acapella - GLOWING IN Acapella - Most Of All / In My Diary / We Go Together / Secret Love / When I'm With You / The Beating Of My Heart / Please Send Me Someone To Love / The Lonely Medley / Whistle My Love / Love Is A River / Hey! (Bring My Baby Back) / Gonna Be Lonely / The Diary Medley / The Lovers Medley / The Needing You Medley / Ten Commandments of Harmony
05/1997 CD CHESS Legendary Masters Series MCD 09379 (US) Their Greatest Hits - Sincerely / Secret Love / Shoo Doo Be Doo (My Loving Baby) / Most Of All / Let's Go / In My Diary / We Go Together / When I'm With You / See Saw / Please Send Me Somebody To Love / (I'm Afraid The) Masquerade Is Over / Blue Velvet / Over And Over Again / Ten Commandments Of Love / Sweeter Than Words / Twelve Months Of The Year
05/1997 CD CHESS MCD 09379 (US) Their Greatest Hits - THE CHESS 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION - Sincerely / Secret Love / Shoo Doo Be Doo (My Loving Baby) / Most Of All / Let's Go / In My Diary / We Go Together / When I'm With You / See Saw / Please Send Me Somebody To Love / (I'm Afraid The) Masquerade Is Over / Blue Velvet / Over And Over Again / Ten Commandments Of Love / Sweeter Than Words / Twelve Months Of The Year
1997 CD Blues & Co. The Chess Collection ‎040 (S) Their Greatest Hits - Sincerely / Secret Love / Shoo Doo Be Doo (My Loving Baby) / Most Of All / Let's Go / In My Diary / We Go Together / When I'm With You / See Saw / Please Send Me Somebody To Love / (I'm Afraid The) Masquerade Is Over / Blue Velvet / Over And Over Again / Ten Commandments Of Love / Sweeter Than Words / Twelve Months Of The Year
07/2002 CD CHESS 088 112 882-2 (US) The Best Of The Moonglows - Sincerely / Most Of All / In My Diary / We Go Together / When I'm With You / See Saw / Please Send Me Someone To Love / (I'm Afraid The) Masquerade Is Over / Blue Velvet / Over And Over Again / Sweeter Than Words / The Ten Commandments Of Love
02/2011 2 CD Jasmine JASCD 591 (UK) Most Of All - The Singles A's & B's :
CD 1 : I Just Can't Tell No Lie / I've Been Your Dog Ever Since I've Been Your Man / Whistle My Love / Baby Please / Just A Lonely Christmas / Hey Santa Claus / Real Gone Mama / Secret Love / I Was Wrong / Ooh Rocking Daddy / 219 Train / My Gal / Sincerely / Tempting / Shoo Be Doo Be Doo / So All Alone / Most Of All / She's Gone / Hug And A Kiss / New Gal / Foolish Me / Slow Down / Starlite / In Love / In My Diary / Lover Love Me / We Go Together
CD 2 : Chickie Um Bah
01/2007 CD P-VINE 4331 (JAP) The Flamingos Meet the Moonglows on the Dusty Road of Hits - Vooit-Vooit (FLAMINGOS) / Oh Rockin' Daddy (MOONGLOWS) / September Song (FLAMINGOS) / Secret Love (MOONGLOWS) / Someday Someway (FLAMINGOS) / Real Gone Mama (MOONGLOWS) / Golden Teardrops (FLAMINGOS) / I Was Wrong (MOONGLOWS) / Carried Away (FLAMINGOS) / Whistle My Love (MOONGLOWS)  / That's My Desire (FLAMINGOS) / 219 Train (MOONGLOWS) / Cross Over The Bridge (FLAMINGOS) / My Gal (MOONGLOWS) / If I Can't Have You (FLAMINGOS) / Baby Please (MOONGLOWS) / Plan For Love (FLAMINGOS) / Fine Fine Girl (MOONGLOWS) / You Ain't Ready (FLAMINGOS) / My Love (MOONGLOWS)

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