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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_CookiesThe Cookies - Wikipedia

    Formed in 1954 in Brooklyn, New York, United States, the Cookies originally consisted of Dorothy Jones, Darlene McCrea and Dorothy's cousin, Beulah Robertson. In 1956, Robertson was replaced by Margie Hendricks (Hendrix).

  2. 9. Okt. 2010 · Darlene McCrea - MY HEART'S NOT IN IT (Russ Titelman) (1964) NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED - (Tower 104) Out of New York, this 1964 release features the lead vocals of Ethel 'Darlene'...

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  3. American soul singer. Died February 4, 2013 at the age of 76. Founding member of The Cookies, left the group to join Raelets in 1958. Older sister of Earl-Jean McCrea and some websites say they were one person--but they weren't.

  4. 3. März 2014 · Darlene McCrea - Don't worry baby I am compiling a new site with loads of Motown and soul pictures, Vinyl 45’s ep’s and LP’s pictures of covers and labels wh...

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  5. 4. Feb. 2003 · FEBRUARY 4, 2013 – Singer DARLENE McCREA (b. c. 1938 in Bellhaven, North Carolina as Ethel McCrea) died of cancer. Best known as a founding member of The Cookies, and The Raelettes, McCrea began singing in church with her sisters as a youth in Brooklyn, New York.

  6. The first lineup consisted of Darlene McCrea, Margie Hendricks, Patricia Lyles, and Gwendolyn Berry. The Raelettes were an integral part of Charles' organization and provided backing vocals on various hits, such as " Night Time Is the Right Time " (1958), " What'd I Say " (1959) and " Hit the Road Jack " (1961).

  7. Darlene McCrea. 1954 Cookies. (L-R) Beulah Robertson, Darlene McCrea, Dorothy Jones. Dorothy Jones, the founding member of the trio, was born in South Carolina, but as a child moved to Brooklyn. At seven she joined the choir of the First Baptist Church in Coney Island.