• The Clyders (Paris, France)

    Personnel :

    Clyde Wright (Tenor)

    Jacques Fleury (Tenor)

    Max Gazzola (Baritone)

    Charles Dugourgeot (Bass)


    Discography :

    1961 - Les Clyders ( RCA VICTOR 76532)
    Pour Nous Seul /  Le Temps De Pleurer (It's Time To Cry) / Fascination /Reviens


    1961 - Cocktail De Chansons  (RCA VICTOR 430 079)
    Sa Majesté / Les Espaces Bleus / Un Souvenir / Reviens / Le Bleu de l'Eté / Comme Le Vent / I Love Paris / Fascination / Marie / Le Temps De Pleurer (It's Time To Cry) / Partout (Blue Moon) / Pour Nous Seul

    Biography :

    The Famous Golden Gate Quartet revived their career in 1955, however, when they toured Europe for the first time, where they became widely popular. The group moved to Paris in 1959 and has continued touring, primarily in Europe, since then.

    Clyde Wright                              Jacques Fleury                   Max Gazzola               Charles Dugourgeot

    In 1961, Clyde Wright, tenor from the Golden Gate, formed The Clyders  with three french singers, Charles Dugourgeot (bass), Jacques Fleury (tenor) and Max Gazzola (baritone). They recorded an album in 1961 for RCA called "Cocktail De Chansons". From this Lp the label made a Ep with four sides.

    Songs :

    Partout (Blue Moon)                Marie           Le Temps De Pleurer (It's Time To Cry)

    Un Souvenir                        I love Paris                        Les espaces bleus

    Sa Majesté


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