Par dion1 le 16 January 2010 à 07:48
The Mel-O-Dots (New York)
Earl "Ricky" Wells (Lead)
Pat Ross (First tenor)
1952 - Just How Long / One More Time (Apollo 1192)
1952 - Rock Me Baby (Apollo)
1952 - Baby Won't You Pease Come Home (Apollo)
The Mel-O-Dots recorded four sides for apollo on March 17, 1952. Apparently this was their first and last visit to Apollo's facilities. Titles are “Just How Long” featuring Pat Ross, and “One More Time” featuring Ricky Wells.
The Other two songs "Baby won't you please come home" and "Rock me Baby" were not issued until Relic's Apollo series of Lps released these Gems in the 1990s. Earl "Ricky" Wells & Robby Wells had both been in Deek Watson's second Brown Dots group on Manor and The Mystery Quartette.
One More Time Rock Me Baby
Just How Long Baby Won't You Pease Come Home
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