• The Robinson Bros.

    The Robinson Bros. 

    The Robinson Bros. (Los Angeles)


    Personnel :

    Robin Robinson

    Robbie Robinson


    Discography :

    Robinson Bros
    1962 - Party Time / Never Look Back (Flair 102)

    Robin Robinson
    1957 - I Promise You / Gypsy In My Soul (Antler 4002/ Atlantic 1135)
    1957 - More Than Anything / Please Give Your Love To Me (Poplar 114)

    Robbie Robinson
    1962 - Close To You / Just A Little More Time (Flair 104)


    Biography :

    In 1956, Robin Robinson recorded "I Promise You" on Buck Ram's Antler records. It was a pop ballad, written by Buck Ram. The disc made enough noise that in April of 1957, Atlantic purchased it from Buck Ram and released it. Robinson had just one other record "More Than Everything" recorded for Poplar records in 1958.

    The Robinson Bros.   The Robinson Bros.
    Robin Robinson                                                                       Robbie Robinson

    In the spring of 1958 , his younger brother, Robbie Robinson replaced Milton Grayson in the Dominoes and was part of the new Flairs in 1959,  renamed the Flares  by Buck Ram with Thomas Miller, George Hollis, Eddie King and Beverly Harris. In 1962, Robin and Robbie , The two brothers are gathered to record ”Party Time” b/w ”Never Look Back” as The Robinson Bros released on Flair records, a short-lived label owned by Jim Foulds.

    The Robinson Bros.    The Robinson Bros.
                                                                                                                                            Robin Robinson   

    From the same session, Flair released "Close To You" b/w "Just A Little More Time" by Robbie Robinson. Later Robbie Robinson had joined Charles Gray's Ink Spots group While robin disappears from the music scene.


    Songs :


  • Comments

    Tuesday 18th April 2017 at 19:04

    these brothers are so cool! Robbie and Robin are their names, aren't they? I can believe in it!

    Jessica George
    Friday 26th January 2018 at 11:33

    That's a beautiful music! I guess time just didn't spoil it in any way. I'd rather pay someone to write my dissertation and listen to the music instead. Time made it even more attractive as you listen to it.

    Amanda Colon
    Saturday 17th November 2018 at 22:00

    Just found out that Robin Robinson is my birth father from Ancestry. I am sad that I wil never meet him. If you knew him please email me and tell nme what you know. acolon59@gmail.com

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