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[[The Clovers]] were an American doo-wop group, best known for their hits, ''"Don't You Know I Love You" (1951), "One Mint Julep" (1951), "Fool, Fool, Fool" (1951)'' and ''"Love Potion #9" (1959).''
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[[File:The Clovers.jpg|350px|thumb|right|The Clovers.]]
  
They are also notorious for a bawdy parody of ''"Darktown Strutter's Ball"'' called ''"Cock-Suckers' Ball" (1954)''.
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'''The Clovers''' were an American doo-wop group, best known for their hits, ''"Don't You Know I Love You?" (1951), "One Mint Julep" (1951), "Fool, Fool, Fool" (1951)'' and ''"Love Potion #9" (1959).'' <ref>https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc19748/m1/#track/2] </ref>
  
While he was a guest during the [[Dr. Demento]] show in December 1973 Zappa played ''"Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash" (1954)'' by The Clovers. He also played this song during [[WSTM, Chicago]], along with ''"Your Tender Lips"''.  
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They are also notorious for a bawdy parody of ''"Darktown Strutter's Ball"'' called ''"Cock-Suckers' Ball" (1954)''.  
  
Zappa covered the Clovers' song ''[[Cock-Suckers' Ball]]''.
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==Zappa and The Clovers==
  
==More information==
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While he was a guest DJ during the [[Dr. Demento]] show in December 1973 Zappa played ''"Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash" (1954)'' by The Clovers. He played this same song and ''"Your Tender Lips" (1956)'' as a guest DJ during [[WSTM, Chicago]], 21 November 1974.
  
* [[Wikipedia:The Clovers|Article about The Clovers]]
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Zappa later covered the Clovers' song ''[[Cock-Suckers' Ball]]''.
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* [[Wikipedia:The Clovers| Wikipedia article about The Clovers]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:39, 29 August 2020

The Clovers.

The Clovers were an American doo-wop group, best known for their hits, "Don't You Know I Love You?" (1951), "One Mint Julep" (1951), "Fool, Fool, Fool" (1951) and "Love Potion #9" (1959). [1]

They are also notorious for a bawdy parody of "Darktown Strutter's Ball" called "Cock-Suckers' Ball" (1954).

Zappa and The Clovers

While he was a guest DJ during the Dr. Demento show in December 1973 Zappa played "Your Cash Ain't Nothing But Trash" (1954) by The Clovers. He played this same song and "Your Tender Lips" (1956) as a guest DJ during WSTM, Chicago, 21 November 1974.

Zappa later covered the Clovers' song Cock-Suckers' Ball.

Sources

See also