The Modern Redcaps With George Tindley. The Modern Redcaps With George Tindley - I Couldn't Care Less, Done Being Lonely (7", Single, Promo).
In 1962, he took over from Steve Gibson, renamed the group The Modern Red Caps, recording for Smash ('62), Rowax ('64), Penntowne ('65), and Swan ('66). Their 1966 Swan version of old Flamingos' hit "Golden Teardrops" features the lead singing of George Grant (of The Castelles). As a soul artist, two of his Wand Recordings ("Ain't That Peculiar", "Wan-Tu-Wah-Zuree") were R&B Billboard hits during 1969-1970. The Modern Redcaps With George Tindley - I Couldn't Care Less, Done Being Lonely (Single).
George Tindley and The Modern Red Caps (members George Tindley, George Grant (formerly with The Castelles on Grand) and during the mid 1960's a Tammy Montgomery - later known as Tammi Terrell. Smash 1768 - I Couldn't Care Less, Done Being Lonely – 1962 Rowax 801 - Don't You Here Them Laughing, They Can Dream – 1963. George Tinley & The Modern Red Caps (members George Tindley, George Grant,. Doo-Wopp 101 - Ain't Gonna Worry About You, Since I Met Cindy - 196? The Modern Red Caps (members George Tindley, George Grant
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The right phrase is I couldn’t care less, and it’s sometimes emphasised as I couldn’t possibly care less. To be concise, what it means is that whoever is saying that cares so little about whatever the subject is that they cannot possibly care less. . So when people say I could care less, then yeah, that’s wrong. Because they’re basically saying I care to an extent that there is the possibility that I can care to a lesser extent. Basically, they’re saying that they are actually concerned. Apparently, the phrase I could care less started in the US in the 1960s, when the.