• The Vogues

    The Vogues (Los Angeles, California)




    Personnel :

    Jeffrey Gyle

    Bob Bush

    Diana Hale




    Discography :

    1958 - Alabama / Left Over Love (Key 579 / Surf 5020)
    1958 - Love Is A Funny Little Game / Which Witch Doctor)    (Dot 15798)
    1958 - Falling Star / Try, Baby, Try (Dot 15859)   
    1959 - Ev'ry Day, Ev'ry Night / Now I Lay Me Down To Cry (Cascade 5908)





    Biography :

    In 1956, Jeffrey Gyle formed the trio, "The Vogues", with friends Bob Bush and Diana Hale. The Vogues signed a contract to make records with the Key label and released "Alabama" & "Left Over Love". The three appeared on such television programs as The Tonight Show, and Dick Clark's American Bandstand.

     

    They were also once the opening act for Frank Sinatra when he appeared at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The Vogues had a release on the Cascade label as well as two on Dot between 1958-59. The group have no connection to the Vogues who were successful on Co&Ce and Reprise from 1965-69.





    Movies :


    Falling Star



    Songs :
    (updated by Hans-Joachim) 

         
    Love Is A Funny Little Game          Falling Star               Which Witch Doctor

       
    Try Baby Try            Ev'ry Day, Ev'ry Night / Now I Lay Me Down To Cry


     

     

     

     

     

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  • Comments

    1
    Rita Darlene Geil
    Saturday 27th June at 17:47

    Jeffrey Gyle, born Joseph George Geil, was my beloved uncle, whom I grew up with, since we both lived with his mother (my grandmother). As Joe Geil, he was featured as "Corkey" with the Little Rascals - the little red-haired guy. He was a featured solo dancer in the Academy Award-nominated film with Jimmy Stewart, "You Can't Take It With You," and as a teenager he danced with Judy Garland and in movies with the "Jivin' Jacks and Jills."  All in all he made about 24 films. Also, he partnered with ice-skater Sonja Henje in her Hollywood Revues, and danced on Broadway in "Of Thee I Sing." Later he changed his name to Jeffrey Gyle and put together "The Vogues." Only 14 years older than I am (Grandma's menopause baby, the youngest of 7), he was incredibly talented - and my best friend. I miss him so much.

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