The Martiniques aka The Martineques
The Martiniques (Detroit)
aka The Martineques
Buford (Fab) Glanton
1962 - Tonight Is Just Another Night / Unknown Love (Danceland 777 / Roulette 4423)
1962 - Broken Hearted Me / Evertything Will Be Allright (Danceland 779)
1965 - If You Want To Call Me / My Baby She Can't Dance (Me-O 1002)
The Martiniques were Bobby Martin, Hershel Hunter, Robert Walker and Buford (Fab) Glanton. Andy Alonzo joined the group in 1960 when Bobby got into a bad auto accident and couldn't perform and the record was about to be released so Andy Alonzo replaced him.
For their first single, Danceland recordings were made at United Sound and The Martiniques have a hit record on the charts with "Tonight Is Just Another Night". Danceland was a long-time Detroit label, starting with 78s in 1949.
Thurman Hollis was The Martiniques' manager. Robert Walker also left the group and was replaced by Flecher Sawyer. When Bobby got better he got back in and Buford left so The Martiniques became a trio. "Broken hearted me" b/w "Evertything Will Be Alright" and "If You Want To Call Me" b/w "My Baby She Can't Dance" on Me-o were recorded at Specialty studio in Detroit . Me-O was located in Toledo, Ohio.
(Thanks to Hans-Joachim)
Tonight Is Just Another Night Unknown Love
Broken Hearted Me If You Want To Call Me
Everything Will Be Allright My Baby She Can't Dance
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