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  • beachgal

    From 1962 when we still were deep into the folk revival - here's The Rooftop Singers doing their hit song "Walk Right In"

  • Arlene McKnight

    The Rooftop Singers "Walk Right In" .. written by Gus Cannon in 1929 was recorded by folk trio, The Rooftop Singers, in 1962 for Vanguard Records. Released it as a single, it spent two weeks at #1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Easy Listening charts, #4 on the R&B chart, and #23 on the country music chart in 1963. The Rooftop Singers were Erik Darling , Bill Svanoe, and Lynne Taylor.

  • Debra Caudill Foster

    The Rooftop Singers "Walk Right In" we were very little when this came out..remember singing all the time..thought it was a funny song.

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