Song Genres. All Genres. Song Styles. All Styles. Song Moods. All Moods. Song Themes. All Themes. Romantic Evening 9 Slow Dance 9. The Clovers. Clovers aka Rock And Roll. Various Artists. Rock 'N' Roll Tearjerkers. Greatest Doo Wop Hits. Atlantic Records Story. The Feelin' Is Good. Roosevelt "Tippie" Hubbard died in Steve Charles had retired by the end of and Chuck Battle was invited to join the Lucas group. Lucas became ill and stopped touring in and Richie Merritt was invited to join the group as his replacement.
Billy Mitchell, who had sung the lead on "Love Potion No. David Warren departed soon after. They recorded two versions of "Love Potion No. I wonder what'll happen with Love Potion No. The alternative version is also included on the soundtrack release of the movie American Graffiti. Another one of their songs, " One Mint Julep ", was featured in the movie Carol. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Clovers. General Editor: Colin Larkin. First published UK. The Clovers p Published 6 May Retrieved 17 March Retrieved 8 March Pop Chronicles.
Blue Velvet. Little Mama. Rudy Toombs. Here Goes a Fool. I Got My Eyes on You. Paul Winley. Devil or Angel. Blanche Carter. Love Bug. All About You. So Young. Down in the Alley. Nip Sip. Their first appearance came in February of that year at the Apollo Theater. Bailey was drafted in , and John Phillip was brought in to replace him. He stayed for just a few months, before leaving and being replaced by Charlie White, who had been in the Dominoes and the Checkers.
With personal problems, White was fired near the end of His replacement was Billy Mitchell. The group continued recording with Atlantic, without as much success as they'd previously seen. Buddy Bailey was discharged from the Army in May of , and rejoined the group, making them a quintet.
They continued in recording, and in , found moderate success with "Devil or Angel". Mitchell left in to do solo work, but rejoined shortly thereafter, opting to do both solo work and work with the Clovers. Their Atlantic contract expired, and Krefetz moved them to his own label, Poplar Records. Poplar was purchased by United Artists Records shortly thereafter."Devil or Angel" is a song written by Blanche Carter and originally recorded by the Clovers in , where it went to number four on the US R&B Best Sellers chart. It was re-recorded by John Bailey after he left the Clovers and formed another Clovers group for Lana Records in