The Jarmels - A Little Bit Of Soap (Audio)

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Record reached Billboards Top 40 on August 28, 1961.

One of my favourite oldies... 

"A Little Bit of Soap", written by Bert Berns (aka Bert Russell), was a song, first sung in a bluesy soul style by The Jarmels, who reached #12 with it in September 1961.

Bertrand Russell Berns (8 November 1929 – 30 December 1967), most commonly known as Bert Berns as well as Bert Russell and (occasionally) Russell Byrd, was an American songwriter and record producer of the 1960s. A pioneer of sixties rock and soul, Berns made several notable contributions to popular music, including "Here Comes the Night", "Piece of My Heart", "Hang on Sloopy", and "Twist and Shout". He died of heart failure at age 38.

The Jarmels are an American doo wop/rhythm and blues group officially formed in 1959 in Richmond, Virginia. They were composed of Nathaniel Ruff (1939 - 1990s), Paul Burnett (1946 - March 23, 2001), Ray Smith (born 1941), Earl Christian (1940 - 1960s), and Tom Eldridge (1941 - June 19, 2000). They are best known for their only hit single, "A Little Bit of Soap".

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