The Golden Gate Quartet (. The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) is an American vocal group. It was formed in 1931 and, with changes in membership, remains active. It is the most successful of all of the African-American Doo-wop music groups who sang in the jubilee quartet style. The group was founded as the Golden Gate Jubilee Singers in 1934, by four students at Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia.
Album · 1996 · 24 Songs. The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet's Rock My Soul. Gospel Greatest Hits. Golden Gate Gospel Train (Remastered) - Single.
Founded as the Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet in Norfolk, Virginia in 1934 by A. C. Eddie Griffin, Robert Peg Ford, Henry Owens, and Bill Johnson, they began as a traditional jubilee quartet, combining the clever arrangements associated with barbershop quartets with rhythms borrowed from the blues and jazz. The makeup of the group changed over the years, as some members were drafted during the war and new members were brought in to replace those who had retired or left to join other groups.
11. I Looked Down the Road and Wondered.
Arranged By – Golden Gate Quartet (tracks: A2 to B8). Liner Notes – Charles Fox (3). Written-By – Traditional (tracks: A2 to B8). Notes. With Rhythm Accompaniment. Made and Printed in Great Britain. The Golden Gate Quartet. Negro Spirituals (LP, Album). 33 CSX 9, CSX 9. UK. 1957. LCLP 127.
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