Par dion1 le 6 February 2012 à 09:58
Teddy & The Continentals (6) (Wilmington, Delaware)
Teddy Henry (Lead)
1961 - Tick Tick Tock / Everybody Pony (Richie 1001/Pik 235)
1961 - Do You / Tighten Up (Richie 445)
1961 - Crying Over You / Crossfire With My Baby (Richie 453)
Richie Records is from Wilmington, DE owned by a local record producer and rock's roll promoter Vincent Rago and named after his son Richie. The label started in late 1960 I believe and was still around in 1967. Some releases were distributed by Roulette and Scepter records.
In 1961 Vincent Rago helped Teddy and the Continentals cut their first single. Rago’s greatest success was with the Continentals who had a national hit –– on the Bubbling Under chart –– with “Ev’rybody Pony,” which hit #101 in September 1961. but the flip side “Tick Tick Tock” is the side most aficionados prefer.
Teddy Henry on the bottom right
Teddy Henry, the lead singer of the Continentals, was a student at Conrad High School at the time, and recorded two more records with the Continentals, but by 1964 the Continentals broke up and he recorded a final solo record on Ritchie in 1965 as Teddy Continental.
Tick Tick Tock Everybody Pony Do You
Tighten Up Crying Over You Crossfire With My Baby
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