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  3. The Impalas avoided being included among that ignominious collection known as "The One-Hit Wonders" by one lonely little charting side. Like The Jive Five, this foursome hailed from Brooklyn, but unlike the Eugene Pitt-led group, they became the second most prominent (for a short while at least) racially-mixed group following in the wake of The Dell-Vikings/5(12).
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  8. The Impalas Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) Unlike The Falcons, The Impalas started out integrated and stayed that way. The Caucasian three-quarters of the group (first tenor Tony Carlucci, second tenor Lenny Renda, and baritone Richard Wagner) came together in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn/10(1).
  9. " Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home) " is a song written by Artie Zwirn and Harry Giosasi and produced and arranged by LeRoy Holmes The single was performed by New York based, doo-wop group The Impalas. It reached #2 on the U.S. pop chart, behind both, The Happy Organ by Dave "Baby" Cortez and Kansas City by Wilbert Harrison.

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