• The Daychords aka The D’Accords

    The Daychords (Philadelphia, Pa.)
    aka The D’Accords


    Personnel :

    Branson Bagwell

    Luther Cook

    John Sims

    Earl Washington

    Dewey Wilson


    Discography :

    The D’Accords
    Single :
    1961 - Who's Been Lovin' You / Runnin' Around (Don-El 110)
    Unreleased :
    1961 - Hittin’ on Nothin’ (Don-El)
    1961 - Tell Me (Don-El)

    Roxy & The Daychords
    1962 - I’m So in Love / Mary Lou (Don-El 116)

    The Daychords
    1964 - One More Time / Too Bad (Don-El 120)


    Biography :

    The Daychords was from the area around 10th Street & Columbia Avenue (now Cecil B. Moore Avenue) in Philadelphia .The group consisted of Branson Bagwell, Luther Cook, John Sims, Earl Washington and Dewey Wilson. The Daychords first recorded for Don-El as the D’Accords: "Who's Been Lovin' You" b/w "Runnin' Around" and then backed Roxy on “I’m So In Love” and ”Mary Lou” as The Daychords. Don-El was owned by real estate man C. Percy White [aka Don White]. Wally Osborne wrote and produced their last single in 1964 “One More Time” b/w “Too Bad” [Don-El #120).


    Songs :
    (updated by Hans-Joachim)  

    The D’Accords

    Runnin' Around                           Who's Been Loving You

    Roxy & The Daychords

    I’m So in Love                                           Mary Lou      

    The Daychords

    One More Time / Too Bad



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