Par dion1 le 18 September 2016 à 10:52
The Strollers with Clay Cole
The Strollers (3) (Brooklyn, New York)
1960 - Dee Dee Brown / Favors (Cub 9060)
1960 - One Summer Love / King Of All Fools (20th Fox 226)
Vocal Trio from brooklyn composed by Joe Prisco, Alex Giordano and Joe Orlando. The Strollers have done night club engagements in the New York Area and landed a recording contract with MGM. The Strollers' "Dee Dee Brown" b/w "Favors" came out January 11 1960 on Cub (9060). Cub was a subsidiary label of MGM. The biggest hit for the label was the Impalas' "Sorry (I Ran All The way Home)", which made #2 in early 1959.
The Strollers made appearance with Clay cole on his WNTA-TV show with "Dee Dee Brown". The Group recorded Another single the same year on 20th Fox "One Summer Love" b/w "King Of All Fools" backed by some female vocals.
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Favors Dee Dee Brown
One Summer Love King Of All Fools
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