The Flairs (1950s doo-wop band)

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The Flairs (or Flares) were an American doo-wop group based in Los Angeles. They went through several lineup changes during their existence. Their notable members included Richard Berry (writer of 'Louie Louie') and Cornell Gunter, who would go on to being a member of the Coasters.

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 Get Out of the Car Richard Berry 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1995 Northern Soul Fever, Volume 4 Various Artists 1
1997 20 Great Doo Wop Recordings Various Artists 1
1997 Dynamite Group Sounds, Volume 1 Various Artists 1
1999 Explosive Doowops, Volume 4 Various Artists 1
2002 Let's Jump! - Swingin' Humdingers From Modern Records Various Artists 1
2004 Doo-Wop Delights Various Artists 1
2006 Vocal Groups: Classic Doo-Wop Remastered Various Artists 1
2010 That Kat Sure Could Play! The Singles 1951 To 1957 Ike Turner 1
2012 Street Corner Symphonies: The Complete Story of Doo Wop, Volume 5 Various Artists 1
Bump Jump Jive, Volume 13 Various Artists 1

Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2012 Hit the Road Jack: The ABC-Paramount Story Various Artists 5 1

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