Par dion1 le 5 November 2011 à 14:39
The Dyna-Sores (Los Angeles)
Rene Hall (Lead)
Ty Terrell (Tenor)
Jimmy Norman Scott (Second Tenor)
H.B. Barnum (Baritone/Bass)
1960 - Alley Oop / Jungle Walk (instrumental) (Rendezvous 120)
Led by vocalist/guitarist Rene Hall, the Dyna-Sores were the third group to enjoy a hit with "Alley Oop," the Dallas Frazier-penned ode to the comic strip caveman. Although not as successful as Dante & the Evergreens, who reached the 15th chart position, and the Hollywood Argyles, whose version went to number one, the Dyna-Sores helped to turn Frazier's tune into one of the most commercially successful releases of 1960.
Ernie Freeman (paste-up picture) Left to right : Hall, Barum, Terrell and Scott (bottom)
The group consisted of Rene Hall, H. B. Barnum (formally of "The Robins"), Jimmy Norman Scott (formally of "The Chargers and who would later become a member of "The Coasters") , Terrell Leonard who went by the name of "Ty Terrell" (also formally of "The Robins") and Ernie Freeman on piano.
Alley-Oop Jungle Walk
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