Candy & The Kisses were a girl group from Port Richmond, New York made up of sisters Candy and Suzanne Nelson with Jeanette Johnson that became famous during the mid 1960s. They are best remembered for their rendition of the Kenny Gamble/Jerry Ross-penned "(Do) The 81" (1964), a longtime favorite among fans of Northern Soul about a then-popular dance in Philadelphia.
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Candy And The Kisses
- The 81 1964
(This song is about a then-popular dance in Philadelphia.)
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