Par dion1 le 4 April 2019 à 19:30
The Emanons (3) (Brooklyn, New York)
Jim Danella (Lead)
Joe Buono (Tenor)
Phil DeVito (Baritone)
Mike Buono (Bass)
1958 - We Teenagers (Know What We Want) / Dear One (Winley 226 / ABC 9913)
1958 - Connie (Connie)
1958 - Buzz Buzz (Connie)
In the Alexander Hamilton high school in the Bensonhurst, Mike Buono and Jim Danella formed a vocal group named The Alphabetones. The group stays together only a few months and Mike & Jim formed a new group named The Emanons with Mike’s brother, and Phil De Vito. The group then consists of Jim Danella (Lead), Joe Buono (Tenor), Phil DeVito (Baritone) and Mike Buono (Bass). The Emanons make appearances locally. Mike Buono write "Dear One" and The Emanons auditioned for Paul Winley of Winley Records. In 1958, Winley Records released "Dear One" b/w "We Teenagers". After of the recording session Phil De Vito left and was replaced by Tom Sfraga.
The recording have a big local acceptation and the ABC label from New York City buy the master for the national distribution. After the disappearance of their first recording the group signed with Connie Records where they recorded "Connie" b/w "Buzz Buzz". But the label never released these sides. In 1960 changed their name to The Splendors and recorded some demos with Sgt. Barry Sadler (RCA Records) and finally in the mid 60’s singing as The Lynbrooks.
Dear One / We Teenagers (Know What We Want)
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