The Paris Sisters
|Genres:||Musicals & The Arts Pop / Rock|
|Tags:||60s female vocalists pop oldies girl groups san francisco american|
|Decades:||1960s 1970s 2000s|
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US vocal trio Priscilla (1945, d. 5 March 2004, Paris, France), Albeth and Sherrell Paris began their long recording career in 1954, but did not achieve chart success until the following decade when they joined Gregmark, a short-lived label co-owned by Lee Hazlewood. The trio completed five singles for the outlet, each of which was produced by Phil Spector. Although I Love How You Love Me reached number 5 in the US chart in 1961, other releases in the same feather-light style failed to emulate its success. The sisters nonetheless enjoyed a prolific career, latterly abandoning their conservative image with several excellent recordings under the aegis of Spectors arranger Jack Nitzsche, and a superb rendition of Greener Days, composed by David Gates.
Priscilla, the undoubted focal point of the trio, embarked on a solo career in 1967, but although her excellent debut, He Noticed Me augured well for the...