The Clovers Part Two
For those of you that enjoyed Part One, here’s The Clovers Part Two, and for those, that haven’t read the first Part, please read it and come back, because you don’t want to miss out.
From 1961 To Present
In 1961 their United Artists contract expired and they moved to Winley Records. The label had begun in 1956 by Paul Winley, brother of The Clovers‘ bass Harold Winley. Paul Winley had actually written songs for the group (prior to their move to his label), Big Joe Turner as well as Ruth Brown. Winley Records had also released songs including the former Clovers‘ singer Charlie White, “Nobody‘s Fault But Mine“/ “Dearest To Me“ (1958). However, their sojourn on Winley Records really didn’tprove successful,