• Claude Robinson & The Creations (4)


    Claude Robinson & The Creations (4) (Cleveland, OH)


    Personnel :

    Claude Robinson (Lead)

    Annette Tucker

    Robert Ray Jamison

    Tyrone Robinson

    Rudolph Rome


    Discography:

    Claude Robinson bb The Creations (4)
    1960 - Kisses / Cotton Pickin' Mama [no group] (Studio 1002)

    The Creations (4)
    1962 - Seventeen / You'll Always Be Mine (Patti-Jo 1703)



    Biography :

    The Creations, a short-lived group from Cleveland, OH, consisted of Annette Tucker, Claude Robinson, Rudolph Rome, Robert Ray Jamison & Tyrone Robinson. Tucker was fascinated by show business, and befriended Johnny Bristol when he appeared in Cleveland with Jackey Beavers as Johnny & Jackey. They regularly rode in from Detroit to appear at the Play-Mor, the Circle Ballroom, and other venues. Claude Robinson was the leader of this group and lead singer. He wrote and composed all their songs.  The Patti-Jo label that they recorded for was out of Philly. The group broke up because the boys went into the Service, Claude Robinson who was married, went back to college, Annette got married. This was in 1960. Claude was working in New York in 1960. And the others were in the service.

    Songs :

    The Creations (4)


    You'll Always Be Mine

    Claude Robinson bb The Creations (4)

      
    Kisses                                     Cotton Pickin' Mama


     

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  • Comments

    1
    Glo
    Saturday 30th May 2015 at 19:06
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    Glo
    Saturday 30th May 2015 at 19:07

    This is a bunch of baloney.  The creations didn't even know conn.  The records were out of Philly

    3
    Glo
    Friday 2nd August 2019 at 20:40

    These people ought to get their facts straight.  They have information on a white and a black group mixed together.   They didn't even know Conn and annette did not live in detroit.  She was born and raised in Cleveland.  The group broke up because the boys went in the Service, Claude Robinson got married and went back to college, the girl got married.

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    glo
    Tuesday 14th January at 18:45

    Yoy people really need to get your information correct before writing about someone.There is a lot of misinformation about this group on the internet. Claude Robinson was the leader of this group and lead singer. He wrote and composed all their songs. Some sites say they split up because of an argument with someone named Conn. They didn't even know Conn and didn't record for him. The Patti-Jo label that they recorded for was out of Philly. The group broke up because the boys went into the Service, Claude Robinson who was married, went back to college, Annette got married. This was in 1960 not 1962. Claude was working in New York in 1960. And the others were in the service. Annette never did live in Las Vegas. Claude and his brother still do

    . I am Claude's wife and was his wife at that time so I ought to know.BTW: most of their records were out of Philly. Claude and I still live in Las Vegas and also His brother Tyrone lives in Vegas with his wife Dovie. Dove was married to one of the other menbers of the group Robray Jeminson. Their daughter Ness also lives in Vegas. So get your misinformation straight. There are still plenty of us around that still remember. Also, Claude went back to college and received three degrees, including an MBA and a PHD.

     

     

     

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