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Artist

Ames Brothers

Ames Brothers
Country
United States
Comments
Vocal quartet from Massachusetts.
Member
Ed Ames

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
December 1959 (3 artists)
March 1956 (9 artists)
December 1951 (2 artists)
December 1949 (20 artists)
April 1955 Jerry Murad's Harmonicats
October 1954 (16 artists)
November 1955 (6 artists)

Covers by Ames Brothers

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1950 (unknown), (unknown)
1957 Angelo Ferdinando and His Hotel Great Northern Orchestra
April 1948 Dorothy Squires with Orchestra directed by Billy Reid
July 1956 Yves Montand, Jo Stafford with Orchestra Conducted by Harold Mooney
February 1958 (unknown)
1960 Emilio Tuero
1958 Jeanette MacDonald with Male Quartet and Orchestra
1959 (unknown)
1960 (unknown)
January 8, 1947 Barney Bigard and His Jazzopators, Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
May 1960 Agostinho dos Santos
Covered by (24 artists)
1957 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy and His Guitar
1958 Henri Salvador et son trio rythmique, Ray Anthony and His Orchestra
October 1960 Jack Barker
1959 Dinah Shore - Orchestra & vocal group under the direction of Harry Zimmerman
1957 (unknown), (unknown)
1958 Nat "King" Cole with Orchestra Conducted by Neal Hefti
1952 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, Woody Herman and His Orchestra
July 1956 Walter Woolf King
1957 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra, Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra with Kenny Sargent
1959 Emilio DeGogorza
July 1956 Harry Richman
1957 Deek Watson & His Brown Dots
1960 Ramon Armengod con la Orquestra de Jose Moran
1950 Meister Glee Singers
1957 (unknown), (unknown)
1957 Dorothy Maynor with Unaccompanied Male Choir
April 1955 Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
1959 Ken Marvin with The Harmonettes
1950 Waltham Abbey Choir
1951 Hawaiian Quintette, Andy Iona and His Islanders, (unknown)
1953 Vernon Dalhart
May 1950 Milton DeLugg
1957 Frank Sinatra
1957 Aristocrats
1957 (unknown)
July 1956 Ray Noble and His Orchestra - Featuring Tony Martin
March 1951 Luba Kadison, Bob Zurke and His Delta Rhythm Band
1959 Elsie Baker with Orchestra
1957 Harry James and His Orchestra
I'm Shooting High Ames Brothers with Sid Ramin's Orchestra 1958 Unverified
1963 Rusty Draper
July 1956 Dick Powell
1950 (unknown), (unknown)
1957 Allen Miller and His Orchestra
March 1949 The King Cole Trio
1958 Claire Carleton
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm The Ames Brothers 1960 Unverified
1959 (unknown), Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
1957 Edison Male Quartette
November 1951 (unknown)
January 1947 Harrod's Jubilee Singers
1963 (unknown)
May 1958 Renato Carosone e il suo Sestetto, Tony Brent
1957 Irving Kaufman
1959 Flora Donaldson
1959 Geo. Campbell, Elvis Presley
March 1957 Bing Crosby
September 1957 Orchestre de la Boule Blanche sous la direction de Charlery-Banguio - Refrain chanté par Mlle Léona
Covered by (15 artists)
1960 Bobby Capo
1959 International Novelty Orchestra
1959 The Pinetoppers
1958 Joe Venuti and His Orchestra
1959 Mark Andrews [US1], Henry Halstead and His Orchestra
Moonlight Serenade The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra 1959 Unverified
My Baby Just Cares for Me Ames Brothers with Sid Ramin's Orchestra 1958 Unverified
August 1955 (unknown), Father Sydney MacEwan
Covered by Jean Vallin
September 1952 The Overtones featuring Marian Caruso - Orchestra under Direction of Don Costa
1952 The King Cole Trio
October 1950 Louis Prima and Keely Smith
1950 (unknown)
1957 Emily Laurey, (unknown)
1957 Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Marjorie Hughes
1960 Lupita Palomera con La Lira San Cristóbal
1960 Trio Durango
December 1949 Henry "Red" Allen and Orchestra featuring J. C. Higginbotham, Johnny Lee Wills and His Boys
1959 Hugh Cross and Riley Puckett
1959 Burl Ives
Ritorna A Me The Ames Brothers 1963 Unverified
1953 (unknown)
1959 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
1957 Eddie Cantor
September 1951 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
1957 Boyd Bennett and His Rockets
1963 (unknown)
1950 Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber, Haydn Quartet
1957 Bob Hope & Marilyn Maxwell
1959 Elton Britt
1958 Victor Young and His Orchestra, Frank Sinatra
1953 Arizona Wranglers, Ken Maynard
1957 Debbie Reynolds
1959 Cowboy Copas
1959 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
1957 The King Cole Trio
1953 George Olsen and His Music
1957 (unknown), Rosemary Clooney & Gene Autrry with Carl Cotner's Orchestra
January 8, 1947 Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1957 The Regals
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi The Ames Brothers 1959 Unverified
July 1956 Al Bowlly
July 1956 Nick Lucas
1953 Sons of the Pioneers
1963 (unknown)
September 1951 John Kirby and His Onyx Club Boys
1963 Domenico Modugno
1953 Everett Marshall
1951 Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra
1963 The Village Stompers, (unknown)
1957 (unknown), (unknown)
1963 (unknown)
1963 (unknown)
July 1956 McKenzie's Candy Kids
1953 Pine Ridge Boys
1959 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
July 1956 Adele Astaire & Eddie Foy Jr.
1959 Tito Schipa, Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
June 1953 Angèle Durand
Covered by (17 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Destination Moon Ames Brothers with Sid Ramin's Orchestra 1958 RCA Victor
Exactly Like You The Ames Brothers July 1956 RCA Victor
Hello Amigos The Ames Brothers - Orchestra under the Direction of Juan Garcia Esquivel 1960 RCA Victor
Hello Italy! The Ames Brothers 1963 Epic
Home on the Range Ames Bros. 1953 Coral
Knees Up! Mother Brown and Other Funny Songs The Ames Brothers 1963 Epic
Sing a Song of Christmas Ames Brothers 1950 Coral
Sweet Seventeen The Ames Brothers with Bill Finegan and His Orchestra 1957 RCA Victor
The Ames Brothers Sing the Best in the Country The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra 1959 RCA Victor
The Best of the Bands The Ames Brothers October 1960 RCA Victor
There'll Always Be a Christmas The Ames Brothers 1957 RCA Victor
Words and Music with The Ames Brothers The Ames Brothers 1959 RCA Victor

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
A Happy Pair The Ames Brothers May 1960 RCA Victor
A Tree in the Meadow Monica Lewis and Ames Brothers with Mary Osborne Trio April 1948 Decca
A Very Precious Love The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter's Orch. and Cho. February 1958 RCA Victor
Caravan The Amory Brothers January 8, 1947 National Records
China Doll The Ames Brothers December 1959 RCA Victor
Gotta Be This or That The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra April 1955 RCA Victor
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Ames Brothers 1950 Coral
Harlem on My Mind - Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho Thelma Carpenter - Thelma Carpenter and The Amory Brothers January 1947 Majestic
Hoop-Dee-Doo Ames Brothers with Orchestra directed by Roy Ross May 1950 Coral
It Only Happens Once Ames Brothers March 1949 Coral
It Only Hurts for a Little While The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra March 1956 RCA Victor
I Wanna Love You Ames Brothers December 1951 Coral
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas Ames Brothers November 1951 Coral
Melodie d'amour (Melody of Love) The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra September 1957 RCA Victor
My Bonnie Lassie The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus August 1955 RCA Victor
My Favorite Song Ames Brothers September 1952 Coral
My Love Serenade Ames Brothers March 1951 Coral
No Moon at All Ames Brothers and Les Brown and His Band of Renown 1952 Coral
Oh Babe! Ames Brothers with Orchestra Conducted by Reg Ross October 1950 Coral
Rag Mop Ames Brothers December 1949 Coral
Sentimental Journey Les Brown and His Band of Renown and Ames Brothers September 1951 Coral
Stay The Ames Brothers May 1958 RCA Victor
Sweet Leilani The Ames Brothers 1951 Coral
Tammy The Ames Brothers With Joe Reisman's Orchestra and Chorus 1957 RCA Victor
The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra October 1954 RCA Victor
The Next Time It Happens The Ames Brothers with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus November 1955 RCA Victor
Wang Wang Blues Ames Brothers 1951 Coral
Washington Square Ames Brothers 1963 Epic
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (It's So Good) The Ames Brothers March 1957 RCA Victor
You You You The Ames Brothers June 1953 RCA Victor