Par dion1 le 15 October 2016 à 17:28
The Treble Chords (Bronx, N.Y.)
Ercote Gaudioso (lead vocals)
1959 - My Little Girl / Teresa (Decca 31015)
1959 - Little Louie (Decca)
1959 - Without Your Love (Decca)
This vocal quartet came together in the Bronx in 1957 and was composed by Ercote Gaudioso, Anthony Cacase, Al Diaco and Tony DiBari. The Treble Chords winning several amateur contests and appearing at many local nightspots. They Came the attention of Decca Records through their appearances at one of these nightspots. They recorded four tunes for Decca in July 1959 : "My Little Girl", "Teresa", "Little Louie" and "Without Your Love".
Decca released "My Little Girl" b/w "Teresa" both composed by Al Diaco. "Little Louie" and "Without Your Love" should go out on a new single on Decca, but unfortunately will never be released. In 1961 the group broke up but Diaco and Gaudioso with Jay Ferrara and Anthony Biletto reformed the group with a new lead singer, Anthony Vizzari and recorded some demos for Cousin Records as The Monterays but again these sides were unreleased.
My Little Girl Teresa
Without Your Love Little Louie
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