Par dion1 le 25 September 2013 à 10:55
The Pageants (3) (New York)
1963 - Tender love (Club)
1963 - Burying Ground (Club)
In Late September 1956, Carl Edelson teamed with Lloyd Pemberton and Dan Terry to form Club records, a short-lived label which produced only a few sides during the fall of 1956. Probably the best known tracks are the two by Pat Cordell and the Crescents, My Tears and Darling Come Back, cuts whose reputation relies in large measure on the fact that two members of the Crescents went on to form the vastly more popular Elegants.
Cherokee & Carl Edelson
Like many others who get involved in the record business, Carl Edelson wasn't discouraged by his initial failures with club. He found the Pageants (Formely the Ultra d'Ors), had them perform at Madison Square Boys' Club, and recorded them on "Tender Love" and "Burying Ground" on february 4, 1963. These sides were never issued.
Tender love Burying Ground
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