|A1||Together Wherever We Go|
|A3||English Muffins And Irish Stew|
|A4||We Have To Be So Careful|
|At6||The Skye Boat Song|
|A7||Oh Wishing Star|
|A8||The Water Or The Wine|
|B2||The Sphinx Won't Tell|
|B3||I Never Was Loved By Anyone Else|
|B6||Yell For Your Mama|
|B8||I Wish I Wuz|
|C1||Wheel Of Fortune|
|C2||Poor Whip-Poor Will (Move Over, Move Over)|
|C4||In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning|
|C5||Once In A While|
|C6||When The Boys Talk About The Girls|
|C7||I'm Always Chasing Rainbows|
|C8||No One But You|
|D1||Mother Never Told Me (It Was Anything Like This)|
|D2||Goodnight My Someone|
|D3||The Nearness Of You|
|D5||It Takes So Long|
|D6||Beneath The Lights Of Home|
|D7||(It's No) Sin|
The Beverley Sisters were a British female close harmony pop vocal and light entertainment trio, most popular during the 1950s and 1960s. Eldest sister Joy (born Joycelyn Victoria Chinery, 5 May 1924 – 31 August 2015), and the twins, Teddie (born Hazel P. Chinery, 5 May 1927) and Babs (born Babette Patricia Chinery, 5 May 1927 – 28 October 2018), comprised the trio. Their style was loosely modelled on that of their American counterparts, the Andrews Sisters.
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British sisters Babs, Joy and Teddie (pictured left to right) became famous after a series of hits including I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus and Little Drummer Bo. He added: 'The legend of the Beverley Sisters will go on forever. I will miss her as a friend and agent. We used to go to a lot of functions together and they were unique. Even if they were late, they would make an entrance.
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Babs Beverley, one of the twins in The Beverley Sisters, has died aged 91. No cause of death has yet been revealed, but Babs’ death – along with that of her older sister Joy in 2015 – means that Teddie Beverley is now the sole surviving member of the innovative British vocal harmony trio. The group were one of the most popular acts of the 1950s and ’60s, enjoying chart success with such records as ‘I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus’. Born to George and Victoria Beverley, aka music hall duo Coram and Mills, the sisters initially had modest ambitions. They all trained as typists and Babs had hopes of becoming a policewoman. However, that all changed forever when they secured a contract to become Bonnie Babies in an advertising campaign for bedtime drink Ovaltine.
Listen to the biggest hits from The Beverley Sisters, including Little Drummer Boy, You Ought to Have a Wife, Roll Out The Barrel, and more on Slacker Radio. When the war was over, the BBC began broadcasting television from Alexandra Palace, and the Beverley Sisters were early hits of the new medium, always singing live - although they retained their humble roots, with their mother making all their costumes due to the rationing of clothes that had continued long after the war.