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The Charioteers With Billy Williams
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He started his career as the lead singer for the Charioteers in 1930. He left the band in 1950 and formed the Billy Williams Quartet. Worked with Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby among others. He retired from music after losing his voice in the early 1960s due to diabetes. In Groups: Billy Williams Quartet, The Charioteers. Variations: Viewing All Billy Williams (5). Billy Williams And The Ensemble, Billy Williams Choir, William B. Williams.

The group's leader, Wilfred "Billy" Williams (1910–1972), a recording member for 14 years, left the Charioteers and formed a new group, the Billy Williams Quartet, in the early 1950s. The rest of the Charioteers also left Columbia in 1950 and drifted through five labels over the next seven years. The Charioteers released 75 single recordings over 22 years. Their last recording was "The Candles", for MGM Records, in 1957.

Wilfred Williams (December 28, 1910 – October 17, 1972) was an African-American singer. He had a successful cover recording of Fats Waller's "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter" in 1957. The record sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. His trademark hook for his songs was to shout "Oh, Yeah" at the end of lyrics. A Methodist minister's son, Williams was born in Waco, Texas. His early youth was spent in Texas, before the family moved to Ohio

b. 28 December 1910, Waco, Texas, USA, d. 17 October 1972. Williams formed the very successful gospel group the Charioteers in the early 30s while studying theology at Wilberforce College, Ohio. The grou. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .

The Charioteers was an American gospel and pop vocal group from 1930 to 1957. Gospel purists may feel that what was done to the Charioteers is something like trying to turn a chariot into a Corvette. The black gospel group, newly transformed into a vocal pop group by enterprising record company executives, failed to turn the desired commercial quarter with the momentum of the Ink Spots.

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A1 On the Sunny Side of the Street
A2 If I could Be with You
A3 You Make Me Feel So Young
A4 Sleepy Time Gal
A5 Diane
B1 I Miss You So
B2 Sweet Lorraine
B3 I'm in the Mood for Love
B4 When I Grow Too Old To Dream
B5 I Can't Get Started