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Bio Excerpt from All Music:
Although the Fleetwoods' sound was smooth, without many of the rougher edges of doo wop groups, they were one of the few white vocal groups of the late '50s and early '60s to enjoy success not only on the pop charts, but also the R&B charts. The Fleetwoods' forte was ballads -- beginning with their 1959 debut single, "Come Softly to Me," the group racked up a number of hits over the next three years, and nearly all of them were ballads. The group broke up in 1963, but their songs -- particularly "Come Softly to Me" -- became pop-rock classics of the pre-British Invasion era. ...
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All Music Album Review:
CEMA Special Markets' Greatest Hits is an excellent budget-priced collection of the Fleetwoods' most popular songs that may be all some casual fans need. While Rhino's The Best of the Fleetwoods boasts a comprehensive 18 songs, this ten-track collection has all but one ("The Last to Know") of their charting pop hits. Which means, of course, that such hits as "Come Softly to Me," "Graduation's Here," "Mr. Blue," "You Mean Everything to Me," "Runaround," "Tragedy," "(He's) The Great Imposter" and "Goodnight My Love" are here, and for many listeners, that makes this Greatest Hits all the Fleetwoods they'll need.
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01. Come Softly To Me
02. Graduation's Here
03. Mr. Blue
04. You Mean Everthing To Me
05. Outside My Window
08. (He's) The Great Imposter
09. Lovers By Night, Strangers By Day
10. Goodnight My Love
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