|A1||The Little Drummer Boy
Written-By – Simeone*, Onorati*, Davis*
Written-By – F. & B. Bryant*
Written-By – Weiss*, Bock*, Holofcener*
|A4||Left Right Out Of Your Heart
Written-By – Shuman*, Garson*
|A5||Doodle Doo Doo
Written-By – Kassel*, Stitzel*
|A6||It's Illegal, It's Immoral, Or It Makes You Fat
Written-By – Bruce*, Hecht*, Griffin*
|B1||Have You Ever Been Lonely
Written-By – Hill*, Brown*, DeRose*
|B2||You Ought To Have A Wife
Written-By – Shelley*, Whitman*
Written-By – Traditional
|B4||I Remember Mama
Written-By – Charles Tobias, Henry Tobler
|B5||I've Started Courtin'|
|B6||I'll See You In My Dreams
Written-By – Kahn*, Jones*
|SPA 130||The Beverley Sisters||The World Of The Beverley Sisters (LP)||Decca||SPA 130||UK||1971|
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.
Image caption The Beverley Sisters at the National Portrait Gallery in 2006. The group effectively retired after Joy married Billy Wright, then captain of the England football team, in 1958. But they reunited in the 1980s and entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2002 as the world's longest surviving vocal group without a line-up change. Agent Johnny Mans said Babs was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and had been living in a care home in Brighton. She still looked as gorgeous as ever," he told BBC News.
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The Beverley Sisters enjoyed chart success with ‘I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus’, ‘Little Drummer Boy’, ‘Bye Bye Love’ and more. Published on. November 14, 2018. 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’. But they reunited in the 1980s and entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2002 as the world’s longest surviving vocal group without a line-up change. They performed at the Royal Variety Performance three times and even sang at the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002.
Stereo) 'Laminate-Picture Sleeve. Tracks A2 & A3 are listed differently to the sleeve. A2 Disc - Willie Can, Sleeve - The Toy Drum. A3 Disc - Mr Wonderful, Sleeve - The Young Cavaliero.
Beverley Sisters - I Saw Mummy Kissing Santa Claus (singalong at Christmas). By Frances Hardy for the Daily Mail. Published: 20:09 EDT, 18 September 2015 Updated: 21:35 EDT, 18 September 2015. Before Teddie and Babs, the two remaining Beverley Sisters, sit down and talk to me, there is a pause; a reflective moment when they seem confounded, half-expectant. We still can't believe Joy isn't sitting here between us,' says Teddie. We refuse to believe it,' chimes Babs.