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Hank Ballard & The Midnighters Vinyl Record Albums

Vocal quartet from Detroit, MI. Formed in 1952 as The Royals with: Henry Booth, Charles Sutton, Lawson Smith and Sonny Woods. Late 1953; Hank Ballard replaced Lawson Smith as the lead singer. In 1954, the group's name changed to The Midnighters and then later to Hank Ballard & The Midnighters. When the group disbanded in 1965, they later formed again with Frank Stadford, Walter Miller and Wesley Hargrove. After Lawson's departure, the band members were Henry Booth (lead and tenor), Charles Sutton (lead and tenor), Hank Ballard (baritone), and Sonny Woods (bass). The group was originally named The Midnighters. 1972: The band charted with one R&B Billboard hit as Hank Ballard and the Midnight Lighters. Awards: 1990; R&R Hall of Fame.


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Audio CD
The Best Of King Federal and Deluxe Vol.1
Various Artists
The Best Of King Federal and Deluxe Vol.1
Collectables Record Label; Jewel case and CD appear new; Includes the original inner four page photo/song title/lyric/credit booklet and original artwork
7 Inch 45 RPM
Hey There Sexy Lady
Hank Ballard And The Midnighters
Hey There Sexy Lady
Stang Record Label; Record appears new; Vinyl is black shiny and glossy; No scuffs on record; No wear or marks on the label except for a drill hole; Original first pressing; Generic sleeve; Track Listing: Hey There Sexy Lady (Vocal) / Hey There Sexy Lady (Instrumental)

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