• The Ebbtones

    The Ebbtones
    George Hollis & Kenneth Byley

    The Ebbtones (Los Angeles, CA.)



    Personnel :

    Fred Romain (Baritone/Tenor)

    Danny Kristian

    Kenneth Byley (Tenor)

    George Hollis (Bass)



    Discography :

    Single :
    1957 - I've Got A Feeling / Danny's Blues (Ebb 100)

    Unreleased :
    1957 - Trinidad Woman (Ebb)
    1957 - Fool For Affection (Ebb)
    1957 - Jamaica Town (Ebb)



    Biography :

    From 1957 to 1959, the Los Angeles label Ebb Records released around 60 singles. Only one became a national hit, although there were several regional successes. Formed by Leonora "Lee" Rupe, with the money she received as a divorce settlement from her ex-husband Art Rupe (head of Specialty Records), and Jesse J Jones, an arranger and horn player, Ebb kicked off with The Ebbtones.

    The Ebbtones   The Ebbtones    The Ebbtones
    George Hollis & Kenneth Byley

    When the Native Boys drifted apart in 1956, Fred Romain teamed up with Danny Kristian and George Hollis and Kenneth Byley of the Flairs . The Quartet recorded "I've Got A Feeling" for the new label. The group was called the Ebbtones. The flip, written and led by Danny Kristian, was "Danny's Blues." The Ebbtones record was reviewed the week of May 13, 1957.




    Songs :
    (updated by Hans-Joachim) 


      
    Fool For Affection                             I've Got A Feeling

      
    Danny's Blues                                    Trinidad Woman

     

     



  • Comments

    2
    Brian29
    Sunday 26th May at 14:35

    I didn't know my father was apart of another group; I was only aware of the Flairs. He never talked about his past, but I do remember being in the recording studio when I was young. He, unfortunately, didn't see his dream come true. -Brian Byley

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