Par dion1 le 2 October 2014 à 17:08
The Diatones (Chicago, Illinois)
1961 - Oh Baby, Come Dance With Me / Ruby Has Gone (Bandera 2509)
1961 - Oh Why Oh Why (Bandera)
Bandera was a small Chicago label launched by Vi Muszynski, and her son Bernie Harville, with money Muszynski made off one of her biggest discoveries, the Impressions. The label released a variety of music in the late '50s and early '60s, from hillbilly and rock, to blues and gospel.
The Diatones were a faily young group. They cut three magnificent doo wop tracks, "Oh Baby, Come Dance With Me", "Ruby Has Gone" and the previously unreleased "Oh Why Oh Why". The Diatones were equally at home with the heartfelt ballad as they were with the uptempo number. They all possessed fine voices and produced polished performances.
Oh Why Oh Why Ruby Has Gone
Oh Baby, Come Dance With Me
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