Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby) by The Cookies

“The Cookies were an American R&B girl group in the 1950s to 1960s. Members of the original lineup would later become The Raelettes, the backing vocalists for Ray Charles. They provided the backup vocals for the Little Eva hit song, "The Loco-Motion",[1] as well as her follow-up hit "Let's Turkey Trot", both from 1962. They scored their biggest hit in 1963 with the song "Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby)", which reached #3 on the Billboard R&B chart and #7 on the Billboard Pop chart. A 1962 hit, "Chains", was later recorded by The Beatles. Earl-Jean McCrea left the group in 1965 after two solo singles, which included the first recording of the Goffin/King song, "I'm Into Something Good".”

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The Cookies were an American R&B girl group in the 1950s to 1960s. Members of the original lineup would later become The Raelettes, the backing vocalists for Ray Charles. They provided the backup vocals for the Little Eva hit song, "The Loco-Motion",[1] as well as her follow-up hit "Let's Turkey Trot", both from 1962. They scored their biggest hit in 1963 with the song "Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby)", which reached #3 on the Billboard R&B chart and #7 on the Billboard Pop chart. A 1962 hit, "Chains", was later recorded by The Beatles. Earl-Jean McCrea left the group in 1965 after two solo singles, which included the first recording of the Goffin/King song, "I'm Into Something Good".   11

HaveACuppaTea 21 Aug 2013

If you don't love this one.....girl, you better shut your mouth!   2

newley 19 Sep 2013

Good stuff from a largely forgotten girl group of the early 60s. This is from 1963.

Gil_Mensch 21 Jan 2013