Par dion1 le 28 November 2015 à 10:09
Jeannie Sterling & The Moonbeams (1) (Los Angeles)
Jeannie Sterling (Lead)
1957 - It's Too Soon To Know / Star Of Love (Glen Jones) (Capitol 3802)
1958 - The Johnny Otis Show (Capitol T-940)
It's Too Soon To Know / A Story Untold
Johnny Otis started his own label, Ultra Records (which he changed to the name Dig after five single releases). Continuing to perform and appearing on TV shows in Los Angeles from 1957. On the strength of their success, he signed to Capitol Records.
In the two short years that The Johnny Otis Show recorded for Capitol, they managed time and again to come up with some of the most eternal sides in rock'n'roll. The legendary Mr Otis adopted the role of ringmaster, whilst the members of his revue took turns to show off their many talents. Marie Adams, the Three Tons of Joy, Mel Williams, Jeannie Sterling and Jackie Kelso all featured on the recordings, backed up by some of the very finest musicians Johnny could assemble.
The Moonbeams a vocal group with 16-year-old Jeannie Sterling perform in the "The Johnny Otis Show". "It's Too Soon To Know " by Jeannie Sterling & The Moonbeams was recorded in 1958 in Hollywood. Johnny Otis & his band can be heard backing the group. This version was over shadowed by Pat Boone's version on the Dot Records label. The group also recorded an up-tempo'd version of The Nutmegs "Story Untold".
Jeannie Sterling & The Moonbeams (1)
It's Too Soon To Know Story Untold
Glen Jones & The Moonbeams (1)
Star Of Love
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