IT WON'T BE THIS WAY (ALWAYS) * THE KING PINS * FEDERAL 12484 * USA
The Kelly Brothers had been recording since 1954 as a Gospel group, first with Chance (unreleased), then one release for C. H. Brewer and Vee Jay, followed by two for Nashboro, before signing for Federal in 1960. They had seven Gospel singles released on Federal up until 1962 after which the group started to record secular songs under the name of The King Pins, beginning with Federal 12480 Believe In Me. The group had been through minor personal changes since their first release and at the time of their second secular release It Won't Be This Way Always their members were: Curtis Kelly, Andrew Kelly, Robert Kelly, T. C. Lee and Offie Reese.
They had seven singles released by Federal as The King Pins before moving to Simms and changing their name back to The Kelly Brothers, only this time recording secular songs under this moniker.
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