Baltimore's Orioles introduced a mellower style with Deborah Chesler's It's Too Soon To Know (1948),
and pioneered a vocal dynamics that juxtaposed a tenor (Sonny Tilghman) singing in a cold detached tone and a wordless falsetto in Tell Me So (1949),
and became one of the first "race" groups to cross over into the pop charts with white songwriter Artie Glenn's Crying In The Chapel (1953).
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