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The Cinderellas

The Cinderellas

The Cinderellas


There were 2 distinct girl groups named The Cinderellas: 1) Originally known as The Three J's, The Cinderellas from Hoboken, NJ achieved their peak success in 1959 with the single Yum Yum Yum on the Decca label. Members included Josephine De Pasquale, Joyce Eyerman, and Julia Veronica Petronzio. They also recorded You Never Should have Gone Away /I Was Only Fifteen and The Trouble With Boys / Puppy Dog, the latter as a duo without Petronzio. All on Decca or the British Brunswick label. Read more on Last.fm
There were 2 distinct girl groups named The Cinderellas: 1) Originally known as The Three J's, The Cinderellas from Hoboken, NJ achieved their peak success in 1959 with the single Yum Yum Yum on the Decca label. Members included Josephine De Pasquale, Joyce Eyerman, and Julia Veronica Petronzio. They also recorded You Never Should have Gone Away /I Was Only Fifteen and The Trouble With Boys / Puppy Dog, the latter as a duo without Petronzio. All on Decca or the British Brunswick label.

2) The Cinderellas was an alias of The Cookies, consisting of Darlene McCrea, Dorothy Jones, Earl-Jean McCrea and Margaret Ross. Their records differed from The Cookies in that the lead vocal was usually taken by Ross rather than Earl-Jean McCrea, as on "Baby, Baby (I Still Love You)" and "Please Don't Wake Me". Some other recordings credited to The Cinderellas (e.g. the "Good, Good Lovin'" demo) may be a slightly different configuration of singers.

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