Sharpees-Tired Of Being Lonely


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The Sharpees were a St. Louis group who came in contact with Chicago label “One Derful” records through its A & R man Mack McKinney and St. Louis bandleader Benny Sharp. In 1964 the group, then consisting of Horise O´Toole, Herbert Reeves and Vernon Guy, signed with George Leaners “One Derful” records and soon thereafter they went into the studio to cut their first single “Do The 45”. Horise O´Toole had to leave the group because of health issues and was replaced by Stacy Johnson in 1965. The group recorded their material both in St. Louis as well as in Chicago. The group stayed together until Herbert Reeves was shot and killed. This disc has light wear, conservatively graded in VG++ condition, worth checking the flip