Curtis Lee

Doo Wop // White Doo Wop 

Years active 1960-1968 

always klick on pic’s.

Yuma, Arizona, USA

Born Oct. 28, 1939; Died Jan. 8, 2015 (aged 75), Yuma, Arizona


Discography & Info Curtis Lee

Curtis Lee

Curtis Lee (October 28, 1939 – January 8, 2015) was an American singer of the early 1960s, who twice was one of the beneficiaries of 1961 productions by Phil Spector. These were "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" (US #7) and "Under the Moon of Love" (U.S. #46).


Born in Yuma, Arizona, Lee began his recording career in 1959. He traveled to New York in 1960 to cut a demo for Dunes Records. He wrote some songs with Tommy Boyce, in this period. Lee's first three singles were "Special Love", "Pledge of Love", and "Pretty Little Angel Eyes". In the UK, "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" was a minor hit record, peaking at No. 47 in 1961. "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" has been covered by Zombina and the Skeletones and ShowaddywaddyWithout Spector's influence, Lee's hits dried up. He went into the construction industry with his father in 1969. He died from cancer on January 8, 2015 in Yuma, Arizona, aged 75.   Read the original text here >>> Curtis Lee

Original release, STANDORD-106 / EMBER-1005 1956   b/w   DUNES 45-2007 (US) 06/1961

This release, re-issue on  ROCKI'N MANIA Rmgd 222 ”Gold Mine Series" [19??]

The Five Satins -In the still of the nite   b/w   Curtis Lee - Pretty little angel eyes

Pretty little angel eyes - 1961

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