The Manhattens (1950s Detroit doo-wop group, "The Feeling Is Mutual" and "Why Should I Cry")

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The Manhattens (with an "e") were a 1950s doo-wop group featuring brothers Donald and Larry Calloway, who recorded with Detroit-based record label Big Mack. Noted for two tracks, "The Feeling Is Mutual" and "Why Should I Cry" (see single here). The group would later change its name to the Grand Prix’s when The Manhattans from Jersey City rose to prominence.

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Year Title RatingReleases
1961 Why Should I Cry / The Feeling Is Mutual 1

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