The video below features a million-selling song called “In the Still of the Night.” It was written by Fred Parris in 1955 and recorded by his group, Five Satins, in 1956. When it was first released, it was considered to be a moderate hit. But then it started getting significant airplay and now is said to be one of the best doo-woop songs in the history of music.

The song has been covered by many artists over the years. But it all started in 1955 inside the basement of a local church when Parris wrote it one night. The clip below features a live excerpt from the film, Sweet Beat. The iconic song became even more famous when it got featured on the 1987 soundtrack for “Dirty Dancing”. It has been ranked 90th on the Top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by The Rolling Stones.

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