Par dion1 le 15 October 2016 à 12:27
The Clicks (1955) Top : Donald Ashby, Gabriel Suggs and Ray Wheaton - Bottom : Prentiss Polk
The Clicks (1) (New York)
Gabriel Suggs (Second Tenor)
Prentiss Polk (First Tenor)
Donald Ashby (Bass/Baritone)
1955 - Peace And Contentment / Come Back To Me (Josie 780)
1955 - You Broke My Heart (Josie)
1955 - Hold Me (Josie)
The Gabriel Suggs' Ebonaires changed their name to the Revelaires about March 1954 & recorded Three singles for Burgundy records in Detroit owned by Art & Bob Sutton. By 1955, Gabriel formed a new group with Ray Wheaton, Prentiss Polk and Donald Ashby. Ray Weaton was part of the Ebonaires occasionally, and sang with Charlie Owens Ink Spots and Also with Dusty Brooks & The 4 Tones in the late 40, early 50. Donald Ashby is not a beginner either, he have been with the Beale Street Boys in 1950.
The newly formed group named the Clicks signed a recording contract with Josie Records, a subsidiary of Jubilee Records in New York City and was active from 1954 through to 1971. At the session, the Clicks recorded four songs. Josie released "Peace And Contentment" b/w "Come Back To Me" in June 1955. The single will go unnoticed and the band split soon after. Prentiss Polk joined Malcom Dodds & the Tunedrops in 1957.
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Peace And Contentment / Come Back To Me Hold Me / You Broke My Heart
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