|1||In The Still Of The Night|
|2||In the Still of the Night (From 'Dirty Dancing')|
|3||In the Still of the Night (Original Soundtrack Theme from "Dirty Dancing")|
|4||To the Aisle|
|5||In the Still of the Night (Take 6)|
The Five Satins are an American doo-wop group, best known for their 1956 million-selling song, "In the Still of the Night."
The group, formed in New Haven, Connecticut, consisted of leader Fred Parris, Lou Peebles, Stanley Dortch, Ed Martin and Jim Freeman in 1954. With little success, the group reorganized, with Dortch and Peebles leaving, and new member Al Denby entering. The group then recorded "In the Still of the Night", which was originally released as the b-side to the single, "The Jones Girl". The single was initially issued on the tiny local "Standord" label and after some local Connecticut sales, it was released the following year on the New York label "Ember", and "In the Still of the Night" ended up charting at number three on the R&B chart and number 25 on the pop charts.