Dont Take Your Love From Me - The McGuire Sisters* - The Anthology (CD)

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Label: MCA Records - MCAD2-19978 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal

Cling to Me. Cuddle Up a Little Closer. Delilah Jones. Do You Remember When. Do You Remember When? Does Your Heart Beat for Me. Ev'ry Day of My Life. Frosty the Snowman.

Frosty, the Snowman. Give Me Your Heart for Christmas. Going to the Chapel of Love. Goodnight My Love. Goodnight My Love Pleasant Dreams. Goodnight Sweetheart. Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight.

Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight. Fred Allen guessed who they were. In , their mother appeared as a guest challenger on the television game show To Tell the Truth.

Phyllis credited Patty, Maxene, and LaVerne Andrews during a television interview with Maxene in the s, hosted by Sally Jessy Raphael , saying that her sisters and she met the Andrews Sisters in New York in the early s and received important advice. The McGuires moved when they sang, often executing dance routines in lavish production numbers on countless television specials.

The Andrews Sisters performed similarly in films in the s, and were the first female vocal group to move when they sang, rather than just standing at a microphone. The sisters had mimicked that style, as well as those of the Mills Brothers and the Dinning Sisters ever since they were young, when they would perform short shows for family and friends in their parents' living room. Phyllis McGuire recounted that she and her sisters did not know any popular songs when they became famous, only the hymns taught to them by their mother.

The trio imitated other singing groups long before their success. Bush , and for Queen Elizabeth II. In London they performed a set for the Royal Variety Performance of The trio was dressed and coiffed identically, and performed synchronized body movements and hand gestures with military precision. Their recordings of "Sincerely", "Picnic", and "Sugartime" all sold more than one million copies. They retired from public appearances in , giving their last performance that year on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Phyllis McGuire continued to perform solo for a time. The demise of the group is often attributed to Phyllis' long-standing personal relationship with mobster Sam Giancana although for years she claimed that their friendship was strictly platonic , which reportedly led to the group's blacklisting. During one of his s court appearances for which Phyllis was subpoenaed, Giancana told reporters outside the courthouse, "Phyllis knows everything" about the rumored unethical behaviors of John F.

Kennedy and his brother Robert. Phyllis resided for decades in a famously showcased mansion in Las Vegas, boasting its own beauty parlor, a swan moat, and a replica of the Eiffel Tower which actually rose through the home's roof.

In the same interview, she acknowledged that her relationship with Giancana was in fact a love affair, saying, "When I met him, I did not know who he was, and he was not married, and I was an unmarried woman. And according to the way I was brought up, there was nothing wrong with that.

And I didn't find out until sometime later really who he was, and I was already in love. The sisters reunited in , performing at Toronto's Royal York Hotel for the first time since their retirement. Singing their greatest hits as part of their act, they were also featured performing specialty numbers such as the frantic "I Love a Violin", the a cappella "Danny Boy", and a segment during which Phyllis retired backstage as Christine and Dorothy shared the spotlight playing a concert arrangement of "The Way We Were" on twin pianos.

Since then, the sisters had made occasional public appearances together, including in , when they reunited to perform in a PBS special Magic Moments: Best of '50s Pop. After their careers wound down, they opened a restaurant in Bradenton, Florida , calling it McGuire's Pub. Goodnight My Love, Pleasant Dreams. Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight.

Goody Goody. Ted Wallace and His Swing Kings. He's Got Time. Mister Cotton-Picker. Tennessee Ernie with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra. Hi-Lili Hi-Lo. I Hadn't Anyone Till You. I'll Be Seeing You. I'm in the Mood for Love.

Little Jack Little and His Orchestra. I Really Don't Want to Know. It May Sound Silly. Ivory Joe Hunter and His Ivorytones.

Love Is Here to Stay. Lullaby of Birdland. Mama's Gone, Goodbye. Piron's New Orleans Orchestra. Melody of Love. Mood Indigo. Moon Song.


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  • Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupDon't Take Your Love From Me · The McGuire SistersWhile The Lights Are Low℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ UMG.
  • Don't Take Your Love From Me: Around The World: Sugartime: Summer Dreams: Ding Dong: Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu) May You Always: Red River Valley: True Love: Always: Love And Marriage: The Blue Room: Makin' Whoopee: Just For Old Time's Sake: Wouldn't It Be Loverly.
  • The first significant reissue of the McGuire Sisters' classic recordings features 50 songs, covering the years (the latter from their final ABC-Paramount album), remastered in the late s and, at times, very impressive. Their music can be an acquired taste, evocative as it is of a pre-rock & roll environment and, indeed, competing at the time with R&B acts on the same songs, such 9/
  • The McGuire Sisters, THE ANTHOLOGY, MCAD This 2-CD comp features 50 tracks and dates from , sourced from first generation analog master tapes. Of the fifty tracks, 2 x 25 per CD, 27 tracks are from 78/45 singles beginning with "Miss You," Coral from late , ending "I'm Just Taking My Time," Coral from late /5(24).
  • Early years. The McGuire sisters were born to Asa and Lillie (Fultz) McGuire in Middletown, Ohio, and grew up in Miamisburg near mother, Lillie, was a minister of the Miamisburg First Church of God, where, as children, they sang in church at weddings, funerals, and they started singing in , the youngest sister, Phyllis, was four years old.
  • Don't Take Your Love From Me Around The World Sugartime Summer Dreams Ding Dong Volare (Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu) May You Always Red River Valley True Love Always Love And Marriage The Blue Room Makin' Whoopee Just For Old Time's Sake Wouldnt' It be Lovely Teach Me Tonight I.
  • The McGuire Sisters were a singing trio in American popular music. The group was composed of three sisters; Christine McGuire (born July 30, – died December 28, ), Dorothy McGuire (born February 13, – died September 8, ), and Phyllis McGuire (born February 14, – died December 30, ). Among their most popular songs are "Sincerely" and "Sugartime / Banana Split".

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