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Armond Morales


Armond Morales sang bass for the Weatherfords in the early 1960s. He was hand-picked by Jake Hess to sing bass for the newly-formed Imperials in 1964. He remained with the group, eventually becoming the group owner, until he retired in 2003. In 2006, he started the Classic Imperials


1964 The Velvet Voice Of Armond Morales (Heartwarming Records/Benson Records/Stereo Version LPS-1772/High Fidelity Version LPHF-1773): There On That Blest Golden Shore; The Lord I Worship; The Healer Of Broken Hearts; You Can Really Know; Sittin' Around The Table; Fellowship Sweet; The Way That He Loves; I Know Who Holds Tomorrow; I Wonder; Don't Be Afraid; Looking And Longing For Jesus; Lead Me Gently Home, Father.

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