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Don’t Be Angry by The Cadets

Don't Be Angry by The Cadets

This West Coast group used two names for recording sessions. They called themselves the Jacks when doing dates for Modern and the Cadets on RPM. They began as a gospel group during the late ’40s in Los Angeles. Ted Taylor, Aaron Collins, Lloyd McCraw, and Will Jones were the original lineup, and the Cadets were among the more popular bands doing R&B covers. The Cadets’ lone hit was “Stranded in the Jungle,” which they recorded for Modern as the Jacks in 1956. It peaked at number eight R&B and number…

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