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Cascades - Let Me Be - 1961

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In 1960, the Silver Strands were a group of United States Navy personnel serving on the USS Ticonderoga (AR-8) based in San Diego, California. They recruited John Gummoe, and left the Navy to become The Thundernotes.

At this point, the group's membership consolidated as John Gummoe (born John Claude Gummoe, 2 August 1938, Cleveland, Ohio) (lead vocals), Eddie Snyder (guitar), David Szabo (keyboardist), Dave Stevens (bassist), and Dave Wilson (drummer).

The group then started to get more interested in vocal harmony, influenced by the Beach Boys. They recorded demos which ended up with Phil Spector at Valiant Records, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers, who signed them up and also changed their name to The Cascades supposedly inspired by a nearby box of detergent. Their first release, "There's A Reason", became a small regional hit, and, in summer 1962, they went to Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles and recorded a song which Gummoe had written in his Navy days while on watch during a thunderstorm. The musicians on the recording included the "Wrecking Crew" - Hal Blaine on drums, Carol Kaye on bass and Glen Campbell on guitar - and it was arranged by Perry Botkin. "Rhythm of the Rain" was issued in November 1962. It rose to #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1963, and became a major hit in over 80 countries. [1]

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Cascades - A Little Like Lovin' - 1962 [2:18] - The Cascades were an American vocal group best
Cascades - Angel On My Shoulder - 1967 [2:33] - In 1960, the Silver Strands were a group of
Cascades - Awake - 1963 [2:50] - Their first release, There's A Reason, became a small regional
Cascades - Dreamin - 1962 [2:22] - De Vorzon composed the hit Dreamin for Johnny Burnette and
Cascades - First Love Never Dies - 1963 [2:21] - The group then started to get more interested in
Cascades - For Your Sweet Love - 1963 [2:05] - In 1960, the Silver Strands were a group of United
Cascades - I Wanna Be Your Lover - 1962 [1:51] - The Cascades were an American vocal group best
Cascades - Is There A Chance - 1963 [2:48] - The Cascades were an American vocal group best known
Cascades - Let Me Be - 1961 [2:19] - In 1960, the Silver Strands were a group of United States
Cascades - Lucky Guy - 1963 [2:19] - The group stayed active for some years, playing local San
Cascades - My First Day Alone - 1963 [2:33] - In 1960, the Silver Strands were a group of United
Cascades - Punch And Judy - 1963 [2:18] - The Cascades were an American vocal group best known
Cascades - Rhythm Of The Falling Rain - 1963 [2:32] - Rhythm of the Rain is a song performed by
Cascades - Shy Girl - 1963 [1:59] - The group then started to get more interested in vocal
Cascades - The Last Leaf - 1962 [2:19] - The Cascades continued to record, producing an album and
Cascades - There Is A Reason - 1962 [3:47] - Their first release, There's A Reason, became a
Cascades - Was I Dreamin - 1962 [2:22] - Their first release, There's A Reason, became a small


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