Par dion1 le 26 January 2011 à 22:49
The Sisters (Los Angeles)
1964 - Gee Baby Gee / All Grown Up (Del-Fi 4300)
1964 - Ooh Poo Pa Do / Happy New Year Baby (Del-Fi 4302)
1965 - Wait 'Til My Bobby Comes Home / For Sentimental Reasons (Del-Fi 4306)
N/A - His Name Was John (Del-Fi) (Unreleased)
In the mid-1960s in East L.A., The Sisters were the Eastside's answer to Motown's Supremes. Like The Supremes, they were three well-dressed, classy, female vocalists who could sing extremely well. The Sisters were actually formed several months before The Supremes burst on the national scene.
However, according to Ersi and Rosella, although they liked and were influenced by The Supremes, they were more influenced by other female vocal groups such as Martha & the Vandelas and The Ronettes.
The Sisters recorded three singles in 1965 for Bob Keane's DelFi Records and were a fixture on the East L.A. music circuit of the era.
His Name Was John For Sentimental Reasons
Happy New Year Baby Gee Baby Gee Ooh Poo Pah Doo
All Grown Up Wait 'Til My Bobby Gets Home
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