1973

LIKE SISTER AND BROTHER * THE DRIFTERS * BELL 1786 * USA

Led by Johnny Moore, Like Sister And Brother was the third release on the Bell label by The Drifters; a strong ballad that marked a return to the emotionally charged group sound that they hadn't had since their 1966 recording of Up In The Streets Of Harlem.

I'm sure it came as something of a surprise for many Drifters fans when they saw their records being released on Bell and not Atlantic the label that they had been with from 1953 to 1971, some eighteen years!.

See also:

Somebody New Danciní With You I Donít Want To Go On Without You When My Little Girl Is Smiling
I'll Take You Home I Count The Tears Heís Just A playboy Answer The Phone I Feel Good All Over
One Way Love Mexican Divorce Lonely Winds On Broadway Nobody But Me
Room Full Of Tears Rat Race Please Stay Some Kind of Wonderful Sweets For My Sweet
Adorable Vaya Con Dios Under The Boardwalk Up In The Streets Of Harlem Up On The Roof
Bip Bam Dance With Me I Gotta Get Myself A Woman Honey Love Drip-Drop
White Christmas Ruby Baby Soldier Of Fortune There Goes My Baby Money Honey

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