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Monday, December 13, 2010


The Daylighters, from Birmingham, Alabama, relocated to Chicago in the 1950's to find their fortune as a doo wop group. Eventually embracing the Chicago r&b soul sounds in the early sixties (as well as once counting writer and producer Gerald Sims amongst their ranks) the group had a few minor hits that seemed close to breaking nationally. This, their fine final single, found the group reduced to just a duo (original members Tony Gideon and Eddie Thomas) showcasing fantastic vocals and chemistry between two fellas who, by this point, had been performing together for over a decade.

from 1966...

1 comment:

Jem said...

Great harmonies. I love the scat breaks. Thank you!