Doo-Wop

A capella rhythm and blues that uses three, four or five part overlapping harmonies sung simultaneously with singers simulating instruments by singing nonsense syllables that mimic the sound of the simulated instruments. The street corner music originated in the Church in 30’s was labeled Doo-Wop in the early 50’s and achieved the height of success in the 50’5 and 60’s.

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