|A||Come Go With Me
Written-By – C. Quick*
Featuring – Krips Johnson*Written-By – C. Quick*, F. Lowery*
|45-16236||The Dell-Vikings||Come Go With Me / Whispering Bells (7")||Dot Records||45-16236||US||1961|
|FB-205||The Dell Vikings*||Come Go With Me / Whispering Bells (7", RE)||Fee Bee Records||FB-205||US||1964|
|45-133||The Dell-Vikings||Come Go With Me / Whispering Bells (7")||Dot Records||45-133||US||1961|
|LIG 9013||Del Vikings*||Come Go With Me (7")||Lightning Records , Old Gold||LIG 9013||UK||1979|
|318||The Dell-Vikings||Whispering Bells / Come Go With Me (7", RE)||Eric Records||318||US||1989|
Come Go With Me" is a song written by C. E. Quick (. Clarence Quick), an original member (bass vocalist) of the American doo-wop vocal group The Del-Vikings. The song was originally recorded by The Del-Vikings in 1956 and was released on Fee Bee Records. Norman Wright was the lead vocalist on this song. When the group signed with Dot Records in 1957, the song became a hit, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
From the Album Come Go With Me, Whispering Bells. The Dell-Vikings were an interracial doo-wop group formed at the Air Force Serviceman's Club in 1955 in Pittsburgh, PA. As the story goes while sitting at the piano in the club founding member Clarence Quick wrote a song called "Come Go With Me". Shortly thereafter the Dell-Vikings recorded the song for Fee-Bee records in Pittsburgh where it became an instant hit. Then Dot records purchased the recording and released it nationally. The tune would spend an impressive 21 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart peaking at #4.
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Whispering Bells ● The Del-Vikings. BPM of 228. Key of F Major. Whispering Bells by The Del-Vikings is in the key of F Major. It should be played at a tempo of 228 BPM. This track was released in 1957. Come Go With Me. The Del-Vikings. Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher.
Come Go With Me. Produced by Joe Averbach. Album Come Go With the Del-Vikings. Come Go With Me Lyrics. Dom-dom dom-dom dom-de-doo-be Dom dom dom dom dom dom-de-doo-be Dom dom dom dom dom dom-be-doo-be Dom Woa-woa-woa-woah. About Come Go With Me. Made up of Airmen from Pittsburgh’s NCO Service Club in the mid ‘50s, The Del-Vikings broke a glass ceiling when they became Pop radio’s first successful interracial group thanks to this Top 10 vintage Doo-Wop hit that spent 31 weeks on the Billboard charts. The group was dealt several major setbacks and lineup changes as its members were often sent to Germany. The song was eventually recorded one night in a Pittsburgh hotel room.