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(1995/Regency) 25 songs. mehr

DIABLOS: Motor City Doo-Wops

(1995/Regency) 25 songs.

Artikeleigenschaften von DIABLOS: Motor City Doo-Wops

  • Interpret: DIABLOS

  • Albumtitel: Motor City Doo-Wops

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Label REGENCY

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 8413720001110

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.21
Diablos - Motor City Doo-Wops CD 1
01 The Wind DIABLOS
02 Daddy Rockin' Strong DIABLOS
03 I Wanna Know DIABLOS
04 Blue Moon DIABLOS
05 I Really Love You DIABLOS
06 Hold Me Until Eternity DIABLOS
07 Route 16 DIABLOS
08 Danny Boy DIABLOS
09 Mind Over Matter DIABLOS
10 The Way You Dog Me Around DIABLOS
11 Yeah Baby, It's Because Of You DIABLOS
12 You're The Only Girl, Delores DIABLOS
13 Ooh Ooh Those Eyes DIABLOS
14 Adios, My Desert Love DIABLOS
15 Everything They Said Came True DIABLOS
16 Beside You DIABLOS
18 Someday DIABLOS
19 You Are DIABLOS
20 Baby Be Mine DIABLOS
21 A Teardrop From Heaven DIABLOS
22 That's What You're Doing To Me DIABLOS
23 The Mambo Of Love DIABLOS
24 Since You're Gone DIABLOS
25 Try Me One More Time DIABLOS
The Diablos The Way You Dog Me Around Having conquered the Motor City with their... mehr

The Diablos

The Way You Dog Me Around

Having conquered the Motor City with their ethereal The Wind (it's on our '54 collection), The Diablos were ready for national acclaim in 1955, even if the local label they recorded for, Jack and Devora Brown's Fortune Records, was strictly a mom-and-pop shop. Lead tenor Nolan Strong was one of the most accurate Clyde McPhatter acolytes; The Diablos (Nolan's brother, Big Jim Strong, was now the tenor, joining baritone Willie Hunter, guitarist Bob 'Chico' Edwards, and bass George Scott) rendered strong supporting harmonies.

Scottsboro, Alabama-born Nolan was a product of Detroit's music scene. "Nolan went to high school with me and Johnnie Bassett," said the late Joe Weaver, a piano-playing bandleader and Strong's Fortune labelmate. "All of us went to Northwestern together."  The Diablos had debuted on Fortune in '54 with the quaint Adios, My Desert Love before encoring with The Wind.

Nolan wrote the blues-soaked The Way You Dog Me Around, the quintet's fifth Fortune release (the storming Jump, Shake And Move sat on the B-side, Edwards taking a blistering guitar solo). Veteran Detroit bandleader Maurice King handled the musical backing on The Wind. Here there are no orchestral credits, though Weaver may have played a part (Scott steps up to recite the second bridge).  Out in October of '55, the bone-chilling The Way You Dog Me Around ascended to the #12 slot on 'Billboard's' R&B 'Jockey' chart for a week in early '56. But The Diablos were unable to expand on its success. Nolan entered the Army for a two-year hitch in 1956 (Jim Strong took over lead duties). Though Nolan resumed recording with The Diablos when he got back home, their momentum was lost.

Fortune didn't give up on Strong. His solo Mind Over Matter (I'm Gonna Make You Mine) was a regional hit in 1962, an uncredited vocal group backing him. Berry Gordy had his Temptations cover the up-tempo grinder at Motown, disguising them as The Pirates. Nolan Strong died February 21, 1977 at only 43 years of age.

- Bill Dahl -

Various Vol.7, Street Corner Symphonies 1955

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