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Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash - Their Greatest Hits 1951-55

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01
Don't You Know I Love You (Album Version)
3:06  
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Skylark (Album Version)
2:49  
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Needless (Album Version)
3:16  
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Fool, Fool, Fool (Album Version)
2:35  
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One Mint Julep (Album Version)
2:32  
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Middle Of The Night (Album Version)
3:01  
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Ting-A-Ling (Album Version)
3:04  
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Wonder Where My Baby's Gone (Album Version)
2:58  
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I Played The Fool (Album Version)
2:53  
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Hey Miss Fannie (Album Version)
2:26  
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Yes It's You (Album Version)
2:45  
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Crawlin' (Album Version)
2:34  
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Here Goes A Fool (Album Version)
2:52  
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Good Lovin' (Album Version)
2:58  
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Comin' On (Album Version)
2:45  
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The Feeling Is So Good (Album Version)
2:43  
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Lovey Dovey (Album Version)
2:42  
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Little Mama (Album Version)
2:55  
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I've Got My Eyes On You (Album Version)
2:29  
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Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash (Album Version)
2:56  
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Blue Velvet (Album Version)
2:35  
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If You Love Me (Album Version)
2:55  
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Nip Sip (Album Version)
2:59  
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If I Could Be Loved By You (Album Version)
2:39  
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Devil Or Angel (Album Version)
2:25  
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Hey Doll Baby (Album Version)
2:23  
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Down In The Alley (Album Version)
2:22  
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All Night Boogie (Album Version)
2:30  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 28   Total Length: 77:07

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They Say All Music Guide

Starting out as a straight vocal harmony group along the lines of the Orioles and the Ravens, the Clovers gradually made the shift to a harder R&B sound after they signed with Atlantic Records in 1951, hitting right out of the gate with the saxophone-fed “Don’t You Know I Love You” followed by 1952′s “One Mint Julip” and “Ting-A-Ling,” and 1953′s “Good Lovin’.” 1954′s “Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash” wasn’t a big hit but it had that wonderful rock & roll attitude while 1957′s “Down in the Alley” set the meter high on raunchy and direct, making the Clovers essentially a doo wop group with real balls. This fine compilation collects the group’s best tracks for Atlantic between 1951 and 1955, and the gist of the Clovers’ legacy is here, although a few hits like the later “Love Potion # 9″ are missing. – Steve Leggett

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