Britain's First Boy Band CD

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The King Brothers
Britain's First Boy Band CD

The King Brothers were known as "Britain’s Youngest Rhythm Aces", "Britain’s Favourite Swing Trio" and "The Singing Group That Sizzles!".
They were Britain's first boy band - the teenage trio Denis, Michael and Tony made their name on BBC television and in 1956 became the youngest act to play the London Palladium.
Within a year they were in the record charts.
A White Sport Coat and A Pink Carnation became their first hit, and more hit singles followed.
Chart successes such as Mais Oui, In The Middle Of An Island, Doll House, Wake Up Little Susie and Standing On The Corner were all released on the Parlophone label.
Booklet includes detailed liner notes.

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Disc 1
  1. A White Sport Coat and A Pink Carnation
  2. Buttons and Bows
  3. Doll House
  4. Don’t Fly Away Flamingo
  5. Elmer’s Tune
  6. Everybody Back To Our Place
  7. Gotta Feeling
  8. I Like Everybody
  9. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World
  10. In The Middle Of An Island
  11. King Size Twist
  12. Mais Oui
  13. Me On The Subject Of Gina
  14. Miss Otis Regrets
  15. Mister Sandman
  16. Moonlight and Roses
  17. My Mother’s Eyes
  18. Oh! What A Fool I’ve Been
  19. Put A Light In The Window
  20. Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody
  21. Sabre Dance
  22. Seventy-Six Trombones
  23. Six Five Jive
  24. Standing On The Corner
  25. The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
  26. The Coffee Song
  27. The Waiter and The Porter and The Upstairs Maid
  28. There’s No Business Like Show Business
  29. Tuxedo Junction
  30. Wake Up Little Susie