Enjoy The Tams' Greatest Hits
CLICK HERE for What Kind of Fool.
This #6 song was kept out of #1 in 1964 by five songs by The Beatles.
An enormous hit, this song made international stars out of The Tams.
CLICK HERE for Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy.
This song is synonimous with Caroliona Beach Music and Ocean Drive, where
the Shag (now the state dance of South Carolina) became popular.
CLICK HERE for It Happens Every Time.
Archie Jordan, well know for songs he wrote for Ronnie Milsap, wrote
and engineered this song. It was so popular that it was re-released
on the 2000 hit CD "The Bad Boys of Beach Music."
CLICK HERE for I've Been Hurt.
This song was perhaps The Tams biggest regional hit.
CLICK HERE for Too Much Foolin' Around.
CLICK HERE for Hey Girl Don't Bother Me.
Re-released in England in 1972, this song was #1 for three weeks and was the
biggest selling song in the UK that year, topping sales of Rod Stewart's
mega-hit "Maggie Mae."
CLICK HERE for Untie Me.
The first song released by The Tams in 1963 was on Arlen Records out of
CLICK HERE for Walkin' Dr. Bill.
G.C. Cameron, formerly of The Spinners, provides lead vocals for this
#1 Rhythm and Beach song from 2001.
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