Par dion1 le 2 March 2011 à 23:17
The Visions (2) (Cleveland, OH.)
Robert DiPasquale "Bocky Boo" (Lead)
The Visions (2)
1961 - Marlene / Darling dear (Warwick 108)
1961 - There'll Be No Next Time / So Close (Brunswick 55206)
1962 - Tell Me You're Mine / All Through The Night (Big Top 3092 )
1962 - Swingin'Wedding / Secret World (Of Tears) (Big Top 3119)
1963 - Tommy's girl / Oh boy what a girl (Mercury 72188)
1964 - Down In My Heart / Tell Her Now (without Bocky) (Coed 588)
Bocky & The The Visions (2)
1964 - Mojo Hanna / The Spirit Of '64 (Philips 40224/Redda 1501)
1964 - I'm not worth it / I’m pickin’ petals (Philips 40242)
1965 - I Go Crazy / Good Good Lovin (Redda 1504)
1966 - The Bounce / To be loved (Redda 1505)
1965 - I Can't Stand It Anymore / Hang On - Girl (Redda 1504)
This early pop/rock band started out as a four- man group with no instrumentation.
Robert DiPasquale (aka Bocky), the undeniable leader, quickly attracted fans with his powerful vocal style. Early members included Sonny Peters, Arnie Immerman, and Jimmy Randazzo, and there were also sax and horn players Mike Geraci and Vic Walkuski.
They recorded their 1st 45 on the local Warwick label, and also cut records for Brunswick and Mercury records. Redda Robbins became their manager, and soon lead singer Bocky was getting top billed.
Bocky and the Visions recorded on Robbins' Redda label and Philips, scoring several local hits.
All Through The Night Swingin'Wedding Secret World
Tell Me You're Mine Marlene Darling dear
There'll Be No Next Time So Close Oh boy what a girl
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