Par dion1 le 13 May 2018 à 10:30
The Enchantments (1960)
The Enchantments (5) (Queens, N.Y.)
1960 - ??? (Variety Records)
1960 - ??? (Liberty Records)
1979 - I Could Never Love Another / Good Old Acappella (Rogue 1001)
1979 - The Enchantments Present Acappella (Rogue 1000)
Tom DeSantis was born and raised on Doowop in Queens, N.Y. Tommy started singing in the subways and hallways in 1958 with a group of local kids called The Velveteens composed by Tommy DeSantis (Baritone), John Colwell (First Tenor), Ray Sharpe (Lead) and Jerry Garramone (Second Tenor). In late 1959 Tommy left the group to start a new group called The Enchantments recording for Variety, and Liberty records in the early 60's. Unfortunately, impossible to find these singles, maybe that they have never been released. After a short breakup of the original Enchantments they reformed in 1970. The group performed, and toured throughout the 1970's until Tommy moved to S.W. Fla in 1979.
The Velveteens (1959) The Enchantments (1969)
With Sal Cangialosi (Lead), John Mannino (First Tenor), Moe Ferrari (Second Tenor), Tom de Santis (Baritone) and Frank Amico (Bass), The New Enchatments recorded two songs on the Rogue record label "I Could Never Love Another" b/w "Good Old Acappella" and a LP "The Enchantments Present Acappella". In 1984 the birth of a group known as 'City Streets' occurred after two years and a few member changes the group name became 'The Uptown Express'.
Good Old Acappella
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