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Hold Me Until Eternity - The Diablos - Motor-City Detroit Doo-Wops Vol. 1 (CD)

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  1. The Diablos Featuring Nolan Strong - Route 16 / Hold Me Until Eternity (Single) 2 Motor-City Detroit Doo-Wops Vol. 1 ‎ (CD, Comp) Regency (2), Regency (2) RR, RR-C Canada: Sell This Version: RR The Diablos: Motor-City Detroit Doo-Wops Vol. 2.
  2. Sep 25,  · DooWop / Rhythm and Blues Sammelthread von A-Z Bitrate: MP3 | Kbps Genre: DooWop / Rhythm and Blues Size: MB Hoster: swapmealsblanerdabquiroysabrockbanpdisde.xyzinfo; Share-On.
  3. THE 5 DISCS - 2 Albums on 1 Plus 30 tracks of the 5 Discs, most on CD for the first time! 30 tracks. FIVE DOLLARS - Motor City Detroit Doo Wops Sit back and enjoy some of Detroit's finest 's street harmonies by one of Motor City greatest R&B pioneer vocal groups - the Five Dollars. 23 tracks. FIVE KEYS - Rocking & Crying.
  4. (/Regency) 25 songs. BEAR FAMILY RECORDS Proud To Be Independent - ♬ Vinyl, CD, DVD ♬ - These Cats Dig Music.
  5. Nolan Strong and the Diablos were the first rock N roll doo wop group of note to emerge from Detroit during the 's. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, The Temptations and all other Detroit male doo wop groups were influenced by the Diablos and their lead singer Nolan Strong who posessed a high tenor, falsetto voice.5/5(1).
  6. A brief write-up on the Diablos can be found on John Charles Marion's Website. VOL. 1 1. The Wind (Fortune # ) 2. Daddy Rockin' Strong (Fortune # ) 3. I Wanna Know ( version) (Fortune # ) 4. Blue Moon (Fortune # ) 5. I Really Love You (Fortune # ) 6. Hold Me Until Eternity (Fortune # ) 7.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Motor-City Detroit Doo-Wops Vol. 1 on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. 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 , 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.
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