Lee Andrews & The Hearts were one of Philadelphia's greatest doo wop groups, if not one of the finest of all doo wop groups. Lee Andrews' son is the extremely successful Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson who formed the hip hop group, The Roots who are also the house band for The Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. 28 examples of doo wop at it's best from one of the most polished vocal groups of the era. Includes the charting hits "Long Lonely Nights", "Teardrops" and "Try The Impossible". Lee Andrews sadly passed away on March 16th 2016 leaving a legacy of fine recordings which still resonate today.
Lee Andrews & The Hearts were one of Philadelphia's greatest doo wop groups, if not one of the finest of all doo wop groups. Lee Andrews' son is the extremely successful Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson who formed the hip hop group, The Roots who are also the house band for The Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. 28 examples of doo wop at it's best from one of the most polished vocal groups of the era. Includes the charting hits "Long Lonely Nights", "Teardrops" and "Try The Impossible". Lee Andrews sadly passed away on March 16th 2016 leaving a legacy of fine recordings which still resonate today.
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Try The Impossible: Singles As & Bs 1954-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Lee Andrews & The Hearts
Format: CD
New: In Stock 13.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Maybe You'll Be There
2. Baby Come Back
3. The White Cliffs of Dover
4. Much Too Much
5. The Fairest
6. Bells of St. Mary
7. Bluebird of Happiness
8. Show Me the Merengue
9. Lonely Room 1
10. Leona 1
11. Just Suppose 1
12. It's Me 1
13. Long Lonely Nights 1
14. The Clock 1
15. Teardrops 1
16. The Girl Around the Corner 1
17. Try the Impossible 1
18. Nobody's Home 1
19. Why Do I 2
20. Glad to Be Here 2
21. Maybe You'll Be There 2
22. All I Ask Is Love 2
23. Just Suppose - Lee Andrews 2
24. Boom - Lee Andrews 2
25. I Wonder - Lee Andrews 2
26. Baby Come Back - Lee Andrews 2
27. Together Again 2
28. My Lonely Room

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Lee Andrews & The Hearts were one of Philadelphia's greatest doo wop groups, if not one of the finest of all doo wop groups. Lee Andrews' son is the extremely successful Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson who formed the hip hop group, The Roots who are also the house band for The Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. 28 examples of doo wop at it's best from one of the most polished vocal groups of the era. Includes the charting hits "Long Lonely Nights", "Teardrops" and "Try The Impossible". Lee Andrews sadly passed away on March 16th 2016 leaving a legacy of fine recordings which still resonate today.