45's With Rhyme But No Reason


Saturday, March 27, 2010

The Stereos In Mono!



Derik said...

Something wrong with this (and the next) record on Divshare. Can you check them?


Red Neckerson said...

Derik they are hot links now hust left click and it will send straight to your PC for a DL

Derik said...

Wow, now that is nifty. thanks. I'd like to know how you set that up with divshare. I don't have a paying account

rogson said...

This is in stereo on the first Rhino Doo wop Box.

Anonymous said...

RobGems.ca wrote:
The Stereos were from Cleveland, Ohio, formed in 1960, & originally had an all-black group. after the one-shot top 40 of success of "i Really Love You" in 1961, one member left, & was replaced by a then-unknown white Italian member named Felix Cavalarie from New York. The band disbabded in 1964, & Cavalarie went on to form the Young Rascals with Eddie Brigatti, Gene Cornish, & Dino Danelli in 1965 with enormous success. "I Really Love You" also appears in true stereo (courtesy of Polygram Records, who currently owned the master)on the now out-of-print Doo-wop compilation on Rhino Records titled "The Best of Doo-Wop Uptempo"(released 1989-release#R2-75764.)

Anonymous said...

RobGems.ca wrote:
Correction to the earlier note:the Stereos originally formed in Stubensville, Ohio (the same birthplace of Dean Martin)around 1959-60,then got their start locally in Cleveland.