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Music – 1979 – 14 Karat Soul Acapella Group – I Wish That We Were Married + That Is My Baby

14 Karat Soul is an a cappella group from East Orange, N.J…..who were active in the 1980’s. They were originally a strictly doo-wop group….but later branched out into other genres.  The group were featured in the 1980 Mabou Mines short film Sister Suzie Cinema….which was a 20-minute doo-wop opera by Bob Telson and Lee Breuer.

The discography of 14 Karat Soul includes several albums and compilations on Pony Canyon for the Japanese market….where the group was known through numerous Japanese TV adverts….as their most famous works are as follows:

Lovers’ Fantasy

Sister Suzie Cinema & The Gospel at Colonus (with Ben Halley Jr.)

Have Fun Tonight

Too Young: 14 Greatest Ballads

Take Me Back

On The Road Again

Ole Skool Soul

Songs From The Heart

The Girl in White

Transpacific

Get Back In Love

That’s Doo-Wop Acappella

In Love With You

14 Karat Soul Sings Disney

Mo’ Disney, Mo’ 14 Karat Soul

Imagine

Sesame Street Sing-Along Travel Songs   

In this video herewith. 14 Karat Soul performs I Wish That We Were Married and That’s My Baby on a 1979 episode of Saturday Night Live.

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