Tuesday, February 4, 2014

THE STYLERS_Going Steady Anniversary


White trio from Hazleton in Pennsylvania formed by Harry "Borros" Boorosa with brothers Tony and Louis Colombo, present in the doo wop guides as...

THE STYLERS.

-Gentle As A Teardrop/There Were Others. Kicks Records-1954.
-The World Is Yours/Believe It Or No. Jubilee Records-1954.
-Shoo Shoo Sha La La/Love Ya Like Crazy. Jubilee Records-1955.
-Lost John/Hufflin' And Puffin'. Jubilee Records-1956.
-Confession Of A Sinner/Gonna Tell' Em. Jubilee Records-1956.
-You Tell Me/Blues In The Night. Jubilee Records-1957.
-Breaker Of Hearts/Miracle In Milan. Jubilee Records-1957.
-Kiss And Run Lover/Girlie Girlie Girlie. Golden Crest-1958.
-Pushing Up Daisies/Going Steady Anniversary. Gordy Records-1963.

DICK THOMAS & THE STYLERS.

-Anytime Is Lovin' Time/When Uncle Joe Plays The Rag On His Old Banjo. Jubille Records-1955.


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Read two newspaper articles about the group...

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1 comment:

Michael Sweeney said...

The Stylers on Jubilee were not on Kicks. The group on Kicks was a Black group on a West Coast label. They were Walter L. Simmons (who wrote Gentle As A Teardrop), Alchester Ray Smith, James A. Barrett, Samuel W. Brown.

I enjoy your Blog very much.

Mike Sweeney