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The Crests were a ground-breaking multiracial pop/doowop group formed in the mid-1950s when singer Johnny Mastrangelo joined forces with a doowop quartet comprising three African-Americans and one Puerto Rican - as time went on Johnny Mastrangelo became Johnny Masters, Johnny Mastro and then Johnny Maestro as he turned to solo recording as well.
The Crests were a ground-breaking multiracial pop/doowop group formed in the mid-1950s when singer Johnny Mastrangelo joined forces with a doowop quartet comprising three African-Americans and one Puerto Rican - as time went on Johnny Mastrangelo became Johnny Masters, Johnny Mastro and then Johnny Maestro as he turned to solo recording as well.
824046342128

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Format: CD
Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 05/06/2022
UPC: 824046342128

Sixteen Candles: The Definitive Collection 1957-62
Artist: Johnny Maestro & The Crests
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sweetest One
2. My Juanita
3. No One to Love
4. Wish She Was Mine
5. Pretty Little Angel
6. I Thank the Moon
7. Sixteen Candles
8. Beside You
9. Six Nights a Week
10. I Do
11. Flower of Love
12. Molly Mae
13. The Angels Listened in
14. A Year Ago Tonight
15. Paper Crown
16. Step By Step
17. Gee (But I'd Give the World)
18. Say It Isn't So
19. The Great Physician
20. Trouble in Paradise
21. Always You
22. Journey of Love
23. If My Heart Could Write a Letter
24. Isn't It Amazing
25. I'll Remember (In the Still of the Night)
26. Good Golly Miss Molly
27. Model Girl
28. We've Got to Tell Them
29. What a Surprise
30. The Warning Voice
31. Mr. Happiness
32. Test of Love
33. I.O.U
34. The Way You Look Tonight
35. Little Miracles
36. Baby I Gotta Know
37. It Must Be Love
38. Besame Baby
39. The Actor
40. Three Tears in a Bucket
41. Guilty
42. Number One with Me
43. Baby
44. I Love You So
45. Earth Angel
46. My Special Angel
47. Butterfly
48. A Rose and a Baby Ruth
49. Party Doll
50. Silhouettes

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The Crests were a ground-breaking multiracial pop/doowop group formed in the mid-1950s when singer Johnny Mastrangelo joined forces with a doowop quartet comprising three African-Americans and one Puerto Rican - as time went on Johnny Mastrangelo became Johnny Masters, Johnny Mastro and then Johnny Maestro as he turned to solo recording as well.
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