The Daytones (Utica, New York)
1963 - Bless My Love / Krambuli (Jubilee 5452)
The Daytones began singing together in 1956 when they appeared at the Block P minstrel show. Since then they've been heard widely in Utica, at Utica College, organization banquets and benefits.. They specialize in harmonic ballads with occasional jazz numbers
The combo features ballads like "Laura." "I Apologize," "Speak Low," and "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening." Though steering clear of rock 'n' roll, the group occasionally tries rhythm numbers with a decided beat, "Charlie's Chant." a number they feel will soon be a hit, is their favorite jazz number. DeIorio said the next step after tonight's appearance will be to cut a new record which they will distribute widely to record companies. They also are scheduled to take part in a regiment amateur contest that could result in a contract with a large company as well as appearances in large cities. Jubilee Records released nationally a recording by Utica's singing quartet, The Daytones.
The recording includes two songs, "Bless MY Love" and "Krambuli," both arranged and conducted by another Utican, Torrie Zito.Zito conducted a full orchestra for the arrangements designed especially for the group. "Bless My Love" is a romantic ballad interpreted by the Daytones through climatic chord changes. "Krambuli" is a jazz number written by Ben DeIorio and Colacicco. The Daytones are scheduled for promotional radio and television programs and personal appearance tours in New York City and throughout the country. Jubilee Records mailed more than 8,000 copies of the record to disc jockeys, in addition to obtaining national publicity for the quartet.
Bless My Love Krambuli
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